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Cape school bus drivers join union (01/28/10)
School bus drivers in Cape Girardeau have unionized to lobby for better wages and working conditions. Drivers and aids for First Student, a company that contracts bus services with school districts, made the agreement Tuesday, according to a release from the Teamsters union...
'Dirty Jobs' host speaks to 3,135 at Show Me Center (01/28/10)
Mike Rowe has performed more than 250 jobs on his Emmy-nominated television show but doesn't consider himself an expert on any of them. "'Dirty Jobs' may be the simplest job on television," Rowe said Wednesday night. "I am an apprentice and assume the role of apprentice with regular people."...
Chaffee man allegedly sold prescription drug to undercover officer on school parking lot (01/28/10)
A 19-year-old arrested Jan. 19 for allegedly selling a controlled substance in the parking lot of the Scott City Public School was attempting to sell Xanax, according to a probable cause affidavit from the Scott County Prosecutor's Office. Keith R. Totty of Chaffee, Mo., sold an undercover police officer 10 small blue pills sealed in a clear plastic bag at around 10:30 a.m. ...
Local schools find creative ways to send aid to Haiti (01/28/10)
As relief efforts for Haiti continue, school districts are scrambling to meet a state goal. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education challenged districts to collect and assemble 100,000 hygiene kits within 10 days. "It is kind of exciting for children to play a part and become more cognizant of the situation in Haiti," said Cheri Fuemmeler, director of the Southeast Regional Professional Development Center...
State revokes license of St. Louis casino, opens possibility for Cape casino (01/28/10)
Missouri gambling regulators voted Wednesday to close an aging St. Louis river boat casino, claiming the owners have intentionally slowed gambling and thus limited state revenue. The decision again opens the possibility that Cape Girardeau could land a casino, local businessman David Knight said...
Cape mayoral candidate Rediger outraises Hopkins by 12-to-1 margin (01/28/10)
Retired businessman Harry Rediger has raised nearly 12 times as much money for his campaign for mayor as his nearest rival, according to reports filed this week with the Missouri Ethics Commission. Rediger's contributors gave his primary election campaign $26,923 through last Thursday, compared to $2.250 raised by former Councilman Matt Hopkins. ...
Homegrown munchkins: Local children dance in 'Oz' touring show (01/28/10)
More munchkins sat in the crowd than onstage at the family classic "The Wizard of Oz" Wednesday night at the River Campus. Some people came because they had season tickets, but others, like Maggie Lawson and her mother Courtney who bought their tickets in November, were there for the story...
Late night crash knocks out power in Cape Girardeau neighborhood (01/28/10)
Crews restored electricity Wednesday in a Cape Girardeau neighborhood after a car crashed into a utility pole late Tuesday. According to Cape Girardeau battalion chief Fred Vincel, a car left the roadway and severed a utility pole in the 1500 block of Big Bend Road. Vincel said about 350 AmerenUE customers were without power at the time...
Navy recruiter sentenced to probation on tampering charge (01/28/10)
A Cape Girardeau-area Navy recruiter will spend time on probation for evidence tampering, after he avoided a jury trial for statutory rape in New Madrid County court. Robbie Millsaps, 35, was arrested Sept. 11 on the Class C felony of statutory rape. The county sheriff's department was contacted after a hotline call to the department of social services...
Man tries to raise money to pay for road signs honoring fallen Gordonville soldier (01/28/10)
The two-year anniversary of Sgt. Brad Skelton's death in Iraq is Feb. 6, and Skelton's friend, Ross Gartman, is organizing a fundraiser to help the Skelton family raise enough money to pay for the two signs that will bear his name on Interstate 55 at Route K in Cape Girardeau...
Local plant donates water for Haiti relief efforts (01/28/10)
Disease, illness and dehydration are the biggest threats in Haiti following the killer quake. Tim Hendershott, consultant with Schaefer water centers, says the family owned business shipped 24 pallets, with 54 bags on each, of purified water to Haiti from its plant in Perryville, Mo.. Hendershott said being a smaller business, empathy is still a driving factor...
Sikeston woman sentenced for murder of 13-month-old (01/28/10)
NEW MADRID, Mo. - A Sikeston woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the death of a 13-month-old child, the Sikeston Standard Democrat reported Wednesday. Ashley N. Clark was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison on a charge of second-degree murder and 20 years on a charge of abuse of a child resulting in death. Circuit Judge Fred W. Copeland, who heard the case on a change of venue from Scott County, ordered the sentences to run concurrently...
Cape's new zoning code gets unanimous vote from P&Z commission (01/28/10)
The overhaul of Cape Girardeau's zoning code moved one step closer to completion Wednesday with an unanimous vote from the Planning & Zoning Commission. In a brief special meeting, the commission also approved final changes designed to meet concerns raised in two public meetings earlier this month. Those amendments included allowing bars in the new neighborhood commercial district rules. It also includes a clearer definition of how many people can share a rental unit in designated areas...
Superintendent of Catholic schools in Northwest Mo. resigns (01/28/10)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The superintendent of Catholic schools in the Kansas City-St. Joseph diocese has resigned to take a new job. The diocese announced Wednesday that Marlon De La Torre is moving to the diocese's Office of Evangelization and Catechesis. He had held the superintendent's job for two years...
House nixes change to farm land taxes (01/28/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri House voted Wednesday to reject a plan that would increase property taxes for farmers with the best land and cut taxes for those with less fertile ground. Property taxes on Missouri farms are based on the land's "productive value," which considers the potential earnings through agriculture. ...
Obama declares in speech, 'I don't quit' (01/28/10)
WASHINGTON -- Declaring "I don't quit,"' President Barack Obama vowed in his first State of the Union address Wednesday night to make job growth his topmost priority and urged a divided Congress to boost the economy with a new burst of stimulus spending. Despite setbacks, he said he would not abandon plans for longer-term fixes to health care, energy, education and more...
Text of Obama's first State of the Union address (01/28/10)
Text of President Barack Obama's first State of the Union speech on Wednesday, as provided by the White House: _ OBAMA: Madam Speaker, Vice President Biden, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Our Constitution declares that from time to time, the president shall give to Congress information about the state of our union. ...
Obama to seek up to $4B in new education spending (01/28/10)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama said Wednesday his administration will work with Congress to expand school improvements across the country, saying the success of children cannot depend on where they live. As he prepares to ask Congress for billions of dollars in new spending for education, Obama said the nation's students need to be inspired to succeed in math and science, and that failing schools need to be turned around...
Study: Feet stressed less by barefoot running (01/28/10)
WASHINGTON -- Harvard biologist and runner Daniel Lieberman had a simple question: "How did people run without shoes?" The answer he got is: Much better. At least running barefoot seems better for the feet, producing far less impact stress compared to feet shod in fancy, expensive running shoes, according to a study by Lieberman in today's issue of the journal Nature. The study concludes that people seem to be born to run -- barefoot...
Judge: No pursuit of dance happiness allowed at Thomas Jefferson memorial (01/28/10)
WASHINGTON -- So you think you can dance at the Jefferson Memorial? Think again. A federal judge has ruled against a woman who was arrested for dancing with a group of 17 others at the memorial dedicated to President Thomas Jefferson. The woman, Mary Oberwetter, and others were dancing to music on their headphones near midnight April 12, 2008, the eve of Jefferson's birthday...
Republicans say nation can't afford Democrat policies (01/28/10)
WASHINGTON -- The nation cannot afford the spending Democrats have enacted or the tax increases they propose, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell said Wednesday in the Republican response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address. McDonnell told a cheering crowd of supporters in Richmond, Va., that Democratic policies are resulting in an unsustainable level of debt. He said Americans want affordable health care, but they don't want the government to run it...
PETA proposes robotic groundhog for annual Pennsylvania festival (01/28/10)
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. -- An animal rights group wants organizers of Pennsylvania's Groundhog Day festival to replace Punxsutawney Phil with a robotic stand-in. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said it's unfair to keep the animal in captivity and subject him to the huge crowds and bright lights that accompany tens of thousands of revelers each Feb. 2 in Punxsutawney, a tiny borough about 65 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. PETA is suggesting the use of an animatronic model...
Toyota's halt on U.S. sales dealing blow to image and earnings (01/28/10)
NEW YORK -- Toyota's suspension of U.S. sales on an unprecedented scale to fix faulty gas pedals deals a blow to the automaker's reputation for quality and came amid intense pressure from the Obama administration. Toyota Motor Corp. announced late Tuesday it would halt sales of some of its top-selling models to fix gas pedals that could stick and cause unintended acceleration. Last week, Toyota issued a recall for the same eight models affecting 2.3 million vehicles...
Apple unveils iPad, halfway between phone and laptop (01/28/10)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple Inc. will sell the newly unveiled tablet-style iPad starting at $499, a price tag far below the $1,000 that some analysts were expecting. The iPad, which is larger in size but similar in design to Apple's popular iPhone, was billed by CEO Steve Jobs on Wednesday as "so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smart phone."...
2 weeks after quake, food scarce for neediest Haitians (01/28/10)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Street vendors openly sell U.S.-donated rice by the cupful from bags marked "not for resale." At a homeless camp, a young woman told of thieves who tried to sell her own food back to her. As she spoke, a gang of youths pushed into a line of people waiting for water Wednesday, shoving an elderly woman, who screamed and swung her bucket at their heads...
Karzai says Afghans will take on defense burden from U.S., allies (01/28/10)
LONDON -- Afghanistan's president promised Wednesday to lift the defense burden from the U.S. and its allies, as senior officials gathered in London for a conference to bolster flagging support for the international mission there. President Hamid Karzai said Afghanistan "wants to soon be defending its own territory, its own people, with Afghan means." But he cautioned the country would need prolonged "sustained support" from the international community...
Ex-Honduran leader vows to return from exile (01/28/10)
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- Former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya left his refuge in the Brazilian Embassy and flew into exile Wednesday, ending months of turmoil and his thwarted quest to be restored to power after a June 28 coup that drew international condemnation...
Review: Haiti government gets less than one penny of U.S. quake aid dollar (01/28/10)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Less than a penny of each dollar the U.S. is spending on earthquake relief in Haiti is going in the form of cash to the Haitian government, according to an Associated Press review of relief efforts. Two weeks after President Obama announced an initial $100 million for Haiti earthquake relief, U.S. ...
Koreas exchange warning shots (01/28/10)
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea fired dozens of artillery shells toward its disputed sea border with South Korea on Wednesday, apparently to emphasize that the peninsula remains a war zone and push for a treaty to formally end the Korean War -- a key demand of the nuclear-armed North...
High school roundup: Hogan leads Rams past Saxony Lutheran 53-42 (01/28/10)
All the scores from Wednesday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Smith wastes little time aiding Redhawks men's basketball team (01/28/10)
Marland Smith said it took him awhile to make the adjustment to playing Division I college basketball. And Smith knows his learning curve still is steep. But Smith appears to have gotten the hang of things quite well during his freshman season at Southeast Missouri State...
Southeast women see chance to gain ground in OVC (01/28/10)
The Southeast Missouri State women's basketball team faces a two-game road trip this week against squads it beat earlier this month. But that was when the Redhawks were at full strength. Today's contest at Jacksonville State and Saturday's matchup at Tennessee Tech figure to be much more difficult to win now that Southeast is without its top three scorers...
Retooled Redhawks ready to hit tennis courts (01/28/10)
A preview of the Southeast Missouri State women's tennis team.
Area calendar 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Baseball Basketball Miscellaneous Running Softball Wrestling...
More than 100 pieces on display for 32nd annual High School Art Exhibition (01/28/10)
The creative process has its ups and downs for Catherine Concho. "I despise my work the entire time I do it until the very end," said Concho, a senior at Cape Girardeau Central High School. She said she draws feedback from friend Ashley Sexton throughout projects. Sexton, also a senior, said she does the same...
who's neXt 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Scholarships The following students received scholarships to attend Southeast Missouri State University for the 2010-2011 school year: Honors, achievements Cape Girardeau: Anna Bailey, Hailey Brown, Rachel Henson, James Thompson, Nicholas Welker...
Hooked on Science: Freezing soap bubbles (01/28/10)
What happens when you blow bubbles in a temperature that is close to zero degrees Fahrenheit outside? STEP 1: Use the microwave to warm the bubble solution. STEP 2: Take your warm bubble solution outside when the temperature is close to zero degrees Fahrenheit...
neXt up 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
What's happpening this weekend
Saxony Lutheran students raise money with Stooges Nights (01/28/10)
FRED LYNCH ~ flynch@semissourian.com Saxony Lutheran students Riley Huber, left, and Joey Deiermann bus a table at Stooges in Jackson on Jan. ...
Life in 3-D (01/28/10)
Jan. 28, 2010 Dear Patty. Some people have reported becoming depressed after seeing the movie "Avatar," in part because the reality awaiting as they walk out of the movie theater doesn't seem nearly as spectacular as the reality in the 3-D movie...
Stevetta Harrell (01/28/10)
Stevetta Harrell, 87, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Villa Ridge, Ill., died Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at the Lutheran Home. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Massie Funeral Home in Mounds, Ill. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with Carlton Berry and the Rev. Leroy Lockridge officiating. Burial will be in Spencer Heights Memorial Park in Mounds...
Herbert Alter (01/28/10)
Herbert Stanley Alter, 67, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at Maple Crest Manor. He served in the U.S. Army. There is no visitation. A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Missouri State Veterans Cemetery in Bloomfield, Mo., with the Rev. Donny Ford officiating. Military rites will be conducted by Missouri Honor Team...
Norma Childs (01/28/10)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Norma J. Childs, 68, of Cairo died Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Church of Christ in Mounds, Ill., with Willie Headspeth officiating. Burial will be in National Cemetery in Mound City, Ill...
Mary Ann Lottes (01/28/10)
Mary Ann Lottes, 78, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. She was born June 4, 1931, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of George Lawrence and Olivia Josephine Strack Weber. She and Dennis Edward Lottes were married Oct. 4, 1948, at Scott City. He died Dec. 29, 1985...
Adah Wills (01/28/10)
Adah Ruth Ford Wills, 84, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born Nov. 26, 1925, in Cape Girardeau, to Jesse C. and Henrietta Nitsch Ford. She and John C. Wills were married Oct. 13, 1951. He preceded her in death Oct. 26, 1990...
Barbara Salvaggio (01/28/10)
Barbara Jean Salvaggio, 77, of Jackson died Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, at her home. She was born Nov. 23, 1932, in St. Louis, daughter of Adolph B. and Ella T. Statler Cowan. She and Joseph Salvaggio were married in 1978. He died Jan. 25, 1988. Barbara graduated from Crystal City High School in 1951. She was a waitress more than 25 years at Schnucks Restaurant in St. Louis. She was a member of New McKendree United Methodist Church in Jackson...
Betty VanPool (01/28/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Betty Lou Bishop VanPool, 80, of Sikeston died Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010, at Life Care Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born March 5, 1929, in Galatia, Ill., to Joe and Beulah Marie Lowery Bishop Sr. She and Wilbur Hershel VanPool were married June 15, 1946. He preceded her in death Nov. 19, 1993...
Martha Lukefahr (01/28/10)
Martha Louise Lukefahr, 81, formerly of Millersville, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Nov. 14, 1928, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Clarence and Agnes Glueck Diamond. She and Tom Bill Lukefahr were married Nov. 28, 1947. He passed away Feb. 10, 2002...
Lisa Stricker (01/28/10)
Lisa Lou Crites Stricker, 54, passed away peacefully Friday, Jan. 22, 2010, at home, with her two children at her side, after a courageous battle with cancer. Beloved mother of Jill Carney Stricker (Bryan) of Noblesville, Ind., Derek of Los Angeles; precious daughter of the late George "Tom" Crites and Mary of Jackson; beloved sister of Linda (David) Bollinger of Jackson, Jeannie (Chris) Starr of Charleston, Mo., Jeff (Nancy) of Ocoee, Fla., and Lori (Mark) Wasikowski of Tucson, Ariz.; dear friend of Greg Stricker, Chuck Jost and his granddaughters.. ...
Ercie Benfield (01/28/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Ercie Evelyn Benfield, 96, of Chaffee died Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born May 16, 1913, at Anniston, Mo., daughter of John Sherman and Allie Morris Burns. She and Omer F. Benfield were married Dec. 21, 1934. He preceded her in death March 3, 1989...
Births 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Son to Jeremy Robert and Jody Ann Sheldon of Jackson, Saint Francis Medical Center, 9:54 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20, 2009. Name, Caleb Joseph. Weight, 3 pounds, 9 ounces. Third child, second son. Mrs. Sheldon is the former Jody Little, daughter of Cindy Bailey of Ottawa, Ill., and Charles and Joan Little of Kevil, Ky. Sheldon is the son of Eunice and Gary LeBeau of Marseilles, Ill., and Stephen and Jean Sheldon of Orange Park, Fla. He is an aircraft mechanic with CPAC Inc...
Jackson Middle School (01/28/10)
Jackson Middle School Scholastic Honor Roll 6th Grade: Lindsey Breer, Hannah Campbell, Mikelle Culbreth, Chelsea Drum, Sara Gholson, Jessica Gray, Leah Hecht, Amber Hoff, Aysia Jones, Kayla Keith, Hunter Kelpe, Bailey Lape, Mabrey McCallister, Lauren McClanahan, Jeremiah McGuire, Benjamin Petzoldt, Moeryae Smith, Julia Todt, Laina Wehrle, Madison Yamnitz, Nathan Yancey, Ashley Yarbo...
Jackson police and fire reports 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Tuesday: Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday: The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrest...
Fire report 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday:...
Police report 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Arrests Summons Thefts Miscellaneous...
Out of the past 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
One of two federal prisoners who broke out of the Cape Girardeau jail about two weeks ago was apprehended yesterday in his hometown of Oklahoma City, Okla.; he was arrested at the home of a female friend. The head of the Southeast Missouri State University education and psychology department during the 1950s and early 1960s, Dr. Robert R. Hill, died Saturday at Menlo Park, Calif., where he was visiting his son; he was 90 years old...
Correction 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
An article in Wednesday's Southeast Missourian about the Ward 2 Cape Girardeau City Council primary should have listed candidate Donald Howard Jr.'s age as 47.
My pro-life story (01/28/10)
Friday night I was awake and bothered by what I had heard on television: that our president had made a comment about abortion that, to my mind, implied he supported the taking of life, even at birth. What I gathered from this talk is that he supports abortion for any reason...
New business (01/28/10)
We are accustomed, after months of recession, to hearing every bit of positive economic news hedged by cautionary statements that allow for even more bad news. Unemployment claims dipped -- but it will take years to replace lost jobs. Housing prices show signs of recovery -- but thousands of homeowners still face foreclosure. Stock markets have risen more than 60 percent since last year's bottom -- but this bubble may burst...
Speak Out 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
I hope the Jackson Board of Aldermen will reconsider the proposed increase of $5 for dog and cat permits. The economy in a recession. It's a hardship on people with animals. I will vote no on the school bond issue because of the graduation rate at Central High School, the resource officer who naps in the police cruiser, the counselors and teachers who do not respond to phone calls or e-mails and the teachers who read magazines or play on the computer in class. ...
Prayer 1/28/10 (01/28/10)
Keep us safe, O God, when the storms of life come upon us. Amen.
Perryville Elementary School Teachers Promote Healthy Lifestyle (01/28/10)
Childhood obesity is on the rise and with it comes the danger of serious long-term adult illnesses. That was the message of the "Family Fitness & Nutrition" presentation made by physical education teachers Brenda Cobb and Kellie Engert at the Perryville Elementary January P.I.E. Night. Parents and children were invited to attend the session to learn about ways for families to lead a more healthy lifestyle...
Delicious Recipes Perfect for Your Superbowl Party! (01/28/10)
Are you looking for some delicious and unique recipes to provide guests at your Superbowl party? Jennifer Connor, a.k.a. Mustard Girl, has the perfect recipes for you! Mustard Girl All-American Mustards can be found at Whole Foods, Shnucks and Dierburgs grocery chains throughout Missouri and contains zero fat and preservatives, lower sodium, fewer calories and costs less than traditional retail mustards. ...
The Five Mary Jansens in Leopold (01/28/10)
"The Five Mary Jansens in Leopold" by: Mary (Ronald) Jansen The little town of Leopold, MO is known for several things, some of which are the large prominence of Catholic families, the beautiful St. John Catholic Church and shrine, the outstanding Leopold elementary and high school, and the girls and boys sports teams, just to mention a few...
Senator Crowell's Bill to Block Tax Commission's Decision to Increase Taxes on Farmers Passed by Missouri Senate (01/28/10)
JEFFERSON CITY -- The Missouri Senate today voted 30 -- 3 to approve Sen. Crowell's, R - Cape Girardeau, Senate Concurrent Resolution to prevent the Missouri State Tax Commission from increasing taxes on farmers by raising the value on farm assessments. In December, the commission approved new "productive values" for agricultural land which would raise taxes substantially on the best farmland in the state...
Local film "Dark Road" shows at local coffee shop. Feb 5&6. Meet the cast and crew. (01/28/10)
With all the excitement the filming of Killshot brought to Cape. Another movie was filmed here you might not yet have seen. Unlike Killshot movie, DARK ROAD was filmed entirely in and around Cape Girardeau. It also features local talent and stars members of The Tone Def Allstars (Darren Burgfeld) and Drivin Rain (Skully Shemwell) in lead rolls...
Cape Guard unit to help Poplar Bluff MPs mobilize for Afghanistan (01/28/10)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- A Cape Girardeau-based Missouri National Guard detachment is heading to Camp Clark on Feb. 4 to help a military police battalion prepare for an upcoming deployment to Afghanistan. The 735th Quartermaster Force Providers Detachment 3 is leaving Cape Girardeau next month for its two-week annual training at Camp Clark, which is a National Guard training site in west-central Missouri. ...
Cape Central Middle School fifth grade Students of the Month (01/28/10)
Southeast Missouri Hospital recently recognized Cape Central Middle School Fifth Grade Students of the Month for January. Pictured from left: first row, Shemeka Williams, Kellie Propst, Jasmine Norris and Brittany Canales; second row, Madison Dush, Allison Vaughn, Kim Jones and Breonna Braswell; third row, Ashtin Smith, Sky Miller and Makenzie Reeves...
Cape Central Middle School sixth grade Students of the Month (01/28/10)
Southeast Missouri Hospital recently recognized Cape Central Middle School Sixth Grade Students of the Month for January. Pictured from left, first row, Tyler Bening, Trevon McClard, Reed Dickson and Tim Huey; second row, Julie Riley, Celeste Colunga, Adrienne Underwood and Rachel Williams; third row, Brittany Smith, Sarah Boerboom and Mariah Canales...
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