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Stories from Sunday, May 2, 2010

Founder expects more than 1,000 at two-day Cape Comic Con (05/02/10)
Comic book collectors, gamers, costumers and fans filled the Osage Community Centre on Saturday for the start of the fifth annual Cape Comic Con. Founder Ken Murphy said the show, which features vendors, workshops and gaming, continues to become more popular...
Area advocate says Missouri coming to the forefront of autism awareness (05/02/10)
When Marilyn Cox took her son, Brian, for his kindergarten screening decades ago, the doctor asked her if she knew about autism. She did not recognize the word. At the time, Brian could already read, do math and speak Spanish. The doctor told her to get a book and start reading about the disorder...
Cape property owner's book tells how to be a better landlord (05/02/10)
A city rental inspection program shouldn't be a burden for landlords who do their jobs, according to former Cape Girardeau police chief Rick Hetzel, who has a new book out titled "So You Want to be a Better Landlord." In the book, Hetzel relates the lessons he's learned as a property owner, including a "Landlord's Code of Conduct" that emphasizes respect for tenants, prompt repairs and keeping property maintained to attract quality tenants...
Motown's legendary Temptations to perform at Sikeston Field House (05/02/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- For those who have seen the advertisements for The Temptations in concert and were wondering: It's really them. "There's a lot of people wondering if it's the real Temptations," said the show's promoter, Carlos Nelson of SBL Entertainment of Atlanta. "This is the legendary Temptations featuring Otis Williams, the founder. He was there from the beginning and he's still there."
Walkers gather at river to take part in March of Dimes event (05/02/10)
Park to take part in this year's annual March of Dimes March for Babies walk. "This walk will not end today, because it's a marathon," said Cape Girardeau Mayor Harry Rediger as he welcomed the crowd of supporters. Rediger later said he would like to see people gain more awareness of how important the March of Dimes is in funding life-saving research to prevent premature births.
Auction sees big turnout to benefit Old Town Cape (05/02/10)
More than 200 people turned out to support downtown revitalization Friday night at the 23rd annual Charles L. Hutson Auction benefiting Old Town Cape at Buckner Brewing Co. "It was a very successful event," said Marla Mills, executive director of Old Town Cape. "We had a lot of generous people, and a good cross-section of the community came out to support us."...
14 get citizenship at federal courthouse ceremony (05/02/10)
Felicitas Raquel's present for her 64th birthday came early Friday. After trying to earn U.S. citizenship since she arrived from the Philippines 15 years ago, Raquel received it during a naturalization ceremony in Cape Girardeau.
Group expresses interest in creating park from Scott County land at Perkins (05/02/10)
BENTON, Mo. -- Some of the park board members in the community of Perkins want to turn about five acres, known as Perkins Hill, into a park. However, Scott County, which was deeded the land by F.S. and Della H. Bice in 1924, must first find out what it is legally allowed to do.
18-year-old charged in Cape Girardeau drive-by shooting (05/02/10)
An 18-year-old man was arrested Friday after an apparent drive-by shooting just before 10 a.m. at 827 N. Spanish St. Willie Harvey IV, 109 Centennial Drive, was the driver of the vehicle from which shots were allegedly fired. He is now charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action in connection with the shooting, according the Cape Girardeau County prosecutor's office. Harvey's bond was set by Judge Gary A. Kamp at $250,000 cash only.
Hillcrest residents to spend weekend without water (05/02/10)
About 220 homes in the Hillcrest Subdivision, west of Cape Girardeau, remain without water as the result of a broken well pump. It could be Tuesday before water service is available again. Bobby Brandon of Brandco Investments, LLC, which owns the water utility serving the neighborhood, said he's contacted Grantham Drilling Company of Perryville to come repair the pump...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda 5/3/10 (05/02/10)
7 p.m. Monday City hall 401 Independence St. Action items Public hearing Consent ordinances Liquor licenses Original package liquor: Pajco Inc., d/b/a Rhodes 101 Stop, 1620 N. Kingshighway Original package liquor and Sunday sales:...
Four cited by police after early morning fight downtown (05/02/10)
An early morning fight in downtown Cape Girardeau resulted in summonses being issued to four people, including one who was sent to the hospital. Cpl. Adam Glueck of the Cape Girardeau Police Department said officers received a call at 1:40 a.m. today of a fight along Broadway...
Club news 5-2 (05/02/10)
A potluck meal was served at the recent April meeting of the Oak Ridge Homemakers FCE Club held in the Elks Lodge in Jackson. Mariesa Lesch gave a devotion using Proverbs 31 from the Bible and concluding with prayer. Announcements were made that Meb Floyd would again make dolls for the Literacy Program in 2010, and that another "work day" making autistic blankets by county members would be held May 10...
5 killed in heavy flooding across Tennessee (05/02/10)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- More rain and storms loomed as emergency officials in Tennessee on Sunday coped with evacuations and closed roads from heavy flooding that claimed five lives, covered city streets and left cars stranded on interstate highways turned into rivers...
Ark. tornadoes kill woman; drowning also reported (05/02/10)
SCOTLAND, Ark. -- Leveled homes, overturned vehicles and uprooted trees were scattered across central Arkansas on Saturday after several tornadoes ripped through the state, killing a woman and injuring two dozen others, authorities said. At least one person drowned after heavy rain fell in western Arkansas, said Renee Preslar, spokeswoman for the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management...
GAO: Census has computer problem (05/02/10)
LOS ANGELES -- A computer system that the Census Bureau needs to manage its door-to-door count of the U.S. population remained buggy and prone to crash a day before enumerators were set to begin their work, government officials said Friday. The bureau's Paper Based Operations Control System did not function reliably in tests and, despite hardware and software upgrades, "may not be able to perform as needed under full operational loads," the U.S. ...
Obama takes aim at anti-government rhetoric (05/02/10)
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- In a caution to political friend and foe, President Barack Obama said Saturday that partisan rants and name-calling under the guise of legitimate discourse pose a serious danger to America's democracy and may incite "extreme elements" to violence...
Anger over Ariz. immigration law drives U.S. rallies (05/02/10)
CHICAGO -- Angered by a controversial Arizona immigration law, tens of thousands of protesters -- including 50,000 alone in Los Angeles -- rallied in cities nationwide demanding President Barack Obama tackle immigration reform immediately...
Gulf oil spill swiftly expands, could move east (05/02/10)
VENICE, La. -- A massive oil slick spewing from a ruptured well kept growing Saturday, and experts warned that an uncontrolled gusher could create a nightmare scenario if the Gulf Stream carries it toward the Atlantic. President Barack Obama planned to visit the region today to assess the situation amid growing criticism that the government and oil company BP PLC should have done more to stave off the disaster. ...
German pigs find World War II anti-tank weapon (05/02/10)
BERLIN -- German police said a couple of hungry pigs digging for food came nose-to-nose with a long-buried World War II anti-tank weapon. Police said Friday the two pigs found the single-shot "panzerfaust" on private land southwest of Dresden. The pigs' owner secured the animals in their stall then called police, who were able to remove the weapon and destroy it...
Arab nations back indirect peace talks between Israel, Palestinians (05/02/10)
CAIRO -- Arab nations gave the Palestinians the green light Saturday to enter indirect peace talks with Israel, likely opening the way for the start of long-stalled U.S.-brokered negotiations. The decision, made by foreign ministers from several top Arab League member nations, comes after a first attempt to get indirect talks going collapsed in March when Israel announced a new Jewish housing project in east Jerusalem, which the Palestinians claim as a future capital. ...
Unions in Greece protest additional austerity measures (05/02/10)
ATHENS, Greece -- Hundreds of youths rioted in Athens on Saturday, throwing Molotov cocktails and stones at police who responded with tear gas at a May Day rally against austerity measures being enacted by the cash-strapped government to secure foreign loans to stave off bankruptcy...
Southeast Missourian player of the year: Scott County Central's Otto Porter (05/02/10)
Otto Porter said the attention from college coaches increased significantly over the last month. Snaring 35 rebounds in the state title game will do that.
High school roundup: ND advances to SEMO Conference tourney title game (05/02/10)
All the scores from Saturday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Perryville handles Oak Ridge 8-2 in wacky affair (05/02/10)
OAK RIDGE, Mo. -- It's safe to say the Perryville baseball team's previous six victories had little resemblance to its seventh victory of the season Friday. Playing in a full-moon phase and strong winds from an approaching weather front, the Pirates took a detour through the Twilight Zone in an 8-2 victory over Oak Ridge...
Solid fundamentals carry Central past Jackson (05/02/10)
Central executed its bunts in its 6-4 tournament win
High school roundup: Red Devils squeeze past Panthers (05/02/10)
All the scores from Friday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Southeast roundup: Softball team falls in extras to conference leader (05/02/10)
News from around the Southeast Missouri State athletics scene.
Southeast's Colbert, Gill named best in OVC (05/02/10)
The Southeast Missouri State track and field program garnered three of the Ohio Valley Conference's individual awards for the outdoor season. Southeast then won seven titles at the OVC outdoor meet held Friday and Saturday in Cookeville, Tenn., although the Redhawks fell a bit short of team championships as the men and women both finished second...
Wet field conditions claim Southeast baseball opener vs. Murray State (05/02/10)
Southeast Missouri State will play an abbreviated Ohio Valley Conference baseball series for the second weekend in a row. Due to wet field conditions and the threat of more rain, Saturday's scheduled doubleheader against Murray State at Capaha Field was canceled...
Weary Reds trip Cards on Friday (05/02/10)
ST. LOUIS -- Following a rough plane ride to St. Louis early Friday morning, Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker was hoping for a quiet, peaceful game. Instead, he got a roller-coaster of emotions as the Reds beat the Cardinals 3-2 on Friday night for their season-high fifth win in a row...
Cardinals rough up Reds' tired bullpen (05/02/10)
ST. LOUIS -- Skip Schumaker gave the St. Louis Cardinals the clutch hit they lacked the previous game. Schumaker singled to snap an eighth-inning tie after the Cincinnati Reds twice rallied to even the score in a 6-3 victory Saturday. The Cardinals bounced back after stranding five runners over the final three innings of a one-run loss Friday night, which was elongated by a rain delay of 2 hours, 32 minutes...
People with problem pets must make their own peace (05/02/10)
Angie Best-Boss has tried changing litter boxes, types of litter, brands of litter. But something has gone terribly wrong with Tiger. "I loathe my cat," said the freelance writer in New Palestine, Ind. "Actually, loathe might be too weak of a word. I hate it. The stupid, stupid cat pees. On clothes. Only on clean clothes. And beds. Regardless of what spray I buy, what medicine she takes, she just really, really likes to pee."...
FYI (05/02/10)
The Lutesville Odd Fellows will be hosting an all-day, all-you-can-eat pancake day Saturday at the Lutesville IOOF Lodge No. 385 at 105 Second St. in Marble Hill, Mo. Lodge members will be serving pancakes, homemade sausage, juice and coffee. The price is $5 per plate; children 5 and younger eat for free. A portion of all proceeds goes to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital...
Being a servant: The Rev. Tony Kobak strives strive to be and illustrate a servant (05/02/10)
When the Rev. Tony Kobak came to Hanover Luther Church in July, he vowed that the one thing that he would always strive to be and illustrate is a servant. Kobak lives by Ephesians 6:6b-7, to "do the will of God from your heart. Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not men." So in his free time, Kobak likes to be interactive with the people around him as much as possible. ...
C.W Rushing Charitable Trust donates to CASA (05/02/10)
The C.W. Rushing Charitable Trust made a $1,000 donation to Court Appointed Special Advocates earlier this month. The money for the donation was raised during the 2009 Captain Woody Rushing Golf Tournament Kimbeland Country Club in Jackson. Pictured are Todd Rushing of the charitable trust and Linda Nash with CASA...
Pet of the week (05/02/10)
Pet name: Lucy Owner: Cissy Williams Favorite activity: Digging in the mud for mice. ...
Adopt Dutch (05/02/10)
Dutch is a 1-year-old cat who lost her right eye because of an injury. She is a funny little girl. Dutch is up-to-date on shots and spayed. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Buddy (05/02/10)
Buddy is a male Siamese cat. He has been neutered and is about 3 years old. He loves his pillows and being lazy. For more information, contact the Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Build others up instead of tearing them down (05/02/10)
When I was growing up, when Mom had enough of me she would say, "Go outside. Come home when the street lights are on." She said with a strain in her voice that I didn't understand until I became a parent. Come to think of it, "go outside" was a phrase I heard a lot. Whenever we stumbled upon a dirt pile, the game of the day would be King of the Hill; a game that favored the larger and stronger children, of which I was not. I hated that game...
Loss inspires couple to give back (05/02/10)
Cristina Bles has been a volunteer with Southeast Hospice since 2005. After dealing with her younger brother's illness and death while in hospice, Tina decided to give back. Tina's excitement in volunteering for hospice shows through in all she does. ...
Generous: Youth Foundation (05/02/10)
The Young Musicians' Scholarship Fund received a $1,600 donation recently from the City of Roses Chapter of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans supplementing donations from a "Messiah" concert held earlier this year. The total raised for the new scholarship fund was $4,500. ...
Open houses (05/02/10)
Several Cape Girardeau residents will open their doors to the public Saturday for the first Downtown Historic Home and Garden Tour. The tour is being sponsored by Old Town Cape, and proceeds from ticket sales will go into a fund to cover advertising and materials printed for the tour. ...
A sweet and savory French toast for Mother's Day (05/02/10)
Give mom both sides of the taste chart with a French toast recipe that's both sweet and savory. This easy-to-assemble casserole can be put together the night before, refrigerated and baked just before serving on Mother's Day. This also is an easy recipe for the kids to help with. Let them whisk the eggs, layer the bread and pour the egg mixture...
Dreaming is a necessity (05/02/10)
"As the sun was setting, Abram fell into a deep sleep." (Genesis 15:12) Mother's Day is fast approaching. I've got some time to think about what to do for my mother and mother-in-law back in Pennsylvania. But knowing what my wife wants for this special occasion is never a problem. For years now, Lois has wanted the same thing on the second Sunday in May. But I'll get to that shortly...
A fish that shows its teeth (05/02/10)
Found in most clear waters of the eastern half of the United States, the spotted gar can grow to about three feet long. It may weigh up to eight pounds and live as long as 15 years or more in the wild. Like other kinds of gars, the spotted gar can often be observed basking on warm sunny days just below the surface of the water. There they lie in wait to prey upon almost any living thing that may pass by either on the surface or in the water. Mostly their prey is small fish...
Ruth Anne Bartels (05/02/10)
Ruth Anne Bartels, 63, of Chesterfield, Mo., having suffered a chronic illness, passed away Friday, April 30, 2010, at Fountain Bleu Lodge in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 2, 1946, at Cape Girardeau, the daughter of Linus W. and Inez Huston Bartels...
Pam Brown (05/02/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Pam Brown, 53, of Marble Hil passed away Friday, April 30, 2010, at her home in Marble Hill, after a tough fight with pancreatic cancer that started in December 2002. She was born Oct. 25, 1956, at St. Louis, the daughter of Harold L. and M. Louise Riddle Brown...
Olivia Williams (05/02/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Olivia M. Williams, 94, of Chaffee died Friday, April 30, 2010, at Monticello House in Jackson. She was born Sept. 28, 1915, at Dutchtown, daughter of Martin and Nellie Miller Fredrick. She and Ralph C. Williams were married Aug. 27, 1949. He preceded her in death Jan. 28, 1988...
Gladys Dalton (05/02/10)
Gladys Dalton, 73, of Jackson died Saturday, May 1, 2010, at her home in Jackson. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson.
Briella Bailey (05/02/10)
Briella Rachelle Bailey, infant daughter of Robert A. and Ramona S. Robinson Bailey of Cape Girardeau, died Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to service time Tuesday at Crain Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau...
Abel Swan (05/02/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Abel Swan, 93, of Marble Hill died Saturday, May 1, 2010, at his home. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Hutchings Funeral Chapel in Marble Hill. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, with burial in Grassy Friendship Cemetery near Glenallen, Mo...
Barbara Verble (05/02/10)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Barbara Ann Verble, 78, of Cairo passed away Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau, after a long illness. She was born May 23, 1931, in Cairo, daughter of Charles and Minnie Grable of Mounds, Ill. She and Raymond Leo Verble were married Dec. 19, 1953...
Sharon Kennedy (05/02/10)
Sharon Lynn Kennedy, 56, of Sedgewickville, Mo., died Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Perryville, Mo. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Maria Davis (05/02/10)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Maria E. Davis, 96, of Mound City died Thursday April 29, 2010, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Clayton, Mo. Visitation will be from 3 to 7 p.m. today at Zion Travelers Missionary Baptist Church in Mound City. The funeral will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the church...
Mattie Gordon (05/02/10)
Mattie Bessie Gordon, 71, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Zelphia Turner (05/02/10)
MOUNDS, Ill. --Zelphia Olivia Poindexter Turner, 64, of Mounds died Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until the funeral begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the First Missionary Baptist Church in Mound City, Ill., with the Rev. James R. Dowell officiating...
Ella Crow (05/02/10)
Ella Dee Crow, 83, of Jefferson City, Mo., died Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Capital Region Medical Center. Dee was born Jan. 30, 1927, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of James Luther and Gertrude Pearl Borneman Green. She and Alfred Glen Crow were married Feb. 16, 1945, in Cape Girardeau. He preceded her in death May 21, 1981...
Addie Umfleet (05/02/10)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Addie Allene Umfleet, 93, of Sacramento, Calif., passed away Thursday, April 29, 2010, in Sacramento. Addie is survived by two daughters, Ada Wright and Carol Umfleet; two grandsons, David Lee Wright and Aaron Umfleet; two great-grandsons, Skylar Wright and Aydin Umfleet; and many close and loving nieces, nephews and extended family...
Bobby Gene Henry (05/02/10)
Bobby Gene Henry, 82, of Perryville, Mo., died Thursday, April 29, 2010, at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center in Farmington, Mo. He was born Oct. 28, 1927, in Cape Girardeau, the son of Harley and Jessie Finley Henry. He and Alice Hitt Henry were married Nov. 25, 1948, in Cape Girardeau...
Johnston - Labelle (05/02/10)
Jeff and Beverly Johnston of Pocahontas announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren B. Johnston, to F. Raymond LaBelle. He is the son of Forrest LaBelle of Great Falls, Mont., and Connie Litzelfelner of Jackson. Johnston is a 2007 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at Midwest Sterilization Corp. in Jackson...
McBride - Yount (05/02/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Dave and Sandy McBride of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Shaunna Beth McBride, to Nathan Dale Yount, both of Marble Hill, Mo. He is the son of Rodger and Glenda Yount of Marble Hill and Sheila Underwood of Fredericktown, Mo...
Bartley - Cox (05/02/10)
Terry and Patricia Bartley of Iuka, Ill., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kasey Alaine Bartley, to Jordan Lee Cox. He is the son of Robert and Janie Cox of Jackson. Bartley is a 2005 graduate of Salem Community High School in Salem, Ill. She received a bachelor's degree in music from Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis in April...
Baker - James (05/02/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Rodney and Gail Baker of Marble Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Jodi Lynn Baker, to Devon Joshua James. He is the son of Josh and Lottie James of Marble Hill. Baker is a 2009 graduate of Woodland High School. She is majoring in elementary special education at Mineral Area College. She is employed by Dr. Mark Milde in Marble Hill...
Shirrell - Roop (05/02/10)
Clayton and Sherri Shirrell of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristin Brooke Shirrell, to Jared Franklin Roop. He is the son of the Rev. Phillip and Denise Roop of Cape Girardeau. Shirrell is a 2007 graduate of Central High School. She expects to receive a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Missouri State University in Springfield in December. She is employed in the university's admissions office...
Mills - 50 Years (05/02/10)
FARMINGTON, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mills of Farmington recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at 12 West in Farmington. Hosts were their children and spouses, Sue and Ted Stephens of Perryville, Mo., and Rodney and Rebecca Mills of Fredericktown, Mo...
Jackson police report 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrest...
Jackson fire report 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
Firefighters responded to the following call Thursday:...
Police report 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Cape Girardeau County The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Out of the past 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
A delegation of Japanese bankers and industrial representatives, participating in a weeklong trade mission aimed at finding new business investments in Missouri, is in Cape Girardeau to see what the area has to offer; the group tours the Japanese-owned BioKyowa plant in the Nash Road industrial complex, as well as other sites in the city...
School menus for May 3-7 (05/02/10)
MONDAY--Chicken bites & bread or turkey & cheese on bun, broccoli & cheese sauce, mixed fruit cup, wafer cookie. TUESDAY--Crispito with nacho cheese sauce or ham & cheese on bun, corn, pears. WEDNESDAY--Cheesy beef & macaroni or turkey & cheese on bun, green beans, garlic breadstick, cinnamon applesauce...
Death of a dream (05/02/10)
By Stan Crader I bid farewell to a friend today. After spending 10 years trying to become an American, Hiro Inoue will return to Japan. "America is a great country," he told me today, "but there's something wrong with your immigration laws." I couldn't agree more...
Ag potential for SE Missouri (05/02/10)
By Michael Aide Southeast Missouri has the resource base to become the center of the most productive agricultural region in the world. Just let this sentence flow in one's mind for a moment. Consider the transportation networks with interstates, paved secondary roads and the rail, river and air-transport systems. ...
Economic gains (05/02/10)
There are signs that the economy is improving, and the Cape Girardeau area appears to be benefiting from the turnaround. A recent front-page centerpiece story in USA Today was headlined: "Signs of a turnaround: A bumpy recovery with hope in Midwest, South."...
Day of Prayer event Thursday (05/02/10)
Almighty God not only blessed America with spacious skies and fruited plains, but with dedicated and determined Founders who sought God's wisdom and direction as they put together the world's greatest human document, the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution is a pathway and guarantee for all citizens to enjoy personal freedom and the right to honor our creator...
A grateful veteran says thanks (05/02/10)
I am an 80-year-old Marine Corps veteran, and I would like to address health care and my experience with it. The VA clinic in Cape Girardeau and the the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center in Poplar Bluff have been outstanding about meeting my health needs...
Speak Out 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
THANK you, Arizona, for doing what the federal government is failing to do. I will spend my vacation money in your state this summer. NOVEMBER 2010 and 2012 can't get here soon enough. Hope and change had their chance. It's time to get back to reality...
Prayer 5/2/10 (05/02/10)
For gardeners and tillers of the soil, we pray for your special blessings, O God. Amen.
CWU Awards Annual Nursing Scholarship (05/02/10)
Local observation of Church Women United's May Friendship Day will be Friday evening, May 7th, at the First Presbyterian Church of Jackson (206 E. Washington - NE of the Courthouse). After a covered dish supper at 6:00 pm (bread and drinks provided), the program will include award of the 2010 Nursing Scholarship by committee chairman Roberta Brown. ...
Naturalization Ceremony Cape Girardeau April 30 (05/02/10)
Courthouse Museum Dedication and Naturalization Ceremony Cape Girardeau April 30, 2010 I was able to attend the dedication of the Judicial Education and History Center at the US Courthouse in Cape Girardeau on April 30, 2010. The ceremony included a celebration of Law Day and a Naturalization Ceremony. ...
5-2-2010 (05/02/10)
When we were leaving Notre Dame tonight after the Class of 2010 Senior Class Banquet, this is the beautiful sunset that we were blessed with
Semo vs. Murray State. Russell (05/02/10)
Pictures from Sunday's Doubleheader against Murray State.
Semo vs. Murray State. Klocke at bat. (05/02/10)
Pictures from Sunday's Doubleheader against Murray State.
Semo vs. Murray State Baseball (05/02/10)
Pictures from Sunday's Doubleheader against Murray State.
2010 Bass (05/02/10)
This is a 8lb., 24in. bass caught in Ballard Co. Ky. He was big enough that he was pulling crappie off my hook and eating them before I could get them in.
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