[SeMissourian.com] Fog/Mist ~ 56°F  
River stage: 17.93 ft. Falling
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014

Stories from Sunday, May 16, 2010

Success takes vision, integrity and optimism, speaker tells SEMO graduates (05/16/10)
The keynote speaker at Southeast Missouri State University's spring commencement asked the more than 1,100 graduates to embrace their "VIP status" Saturday and learn something from it.
Missouri kicks off casino license competition Tuesday (05/16/10)
In 2008, when David Knight and Jim Riley were trying to interest casino companies in their property along North Main Street in Cape Girardeau, none wanted to return their telephone calls. Now, as the Missouri Gaming Commission gears up to award the first license to become available since a statewide limit was imposed, suitors are lining up for a chance to woo the men who control a large chunk of the land that could be the most logical spot for a local casino...
Conservation center marks 5-year anniversary (05/16/10)
The Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center celebrated its fifth anniversary Saturday at its facility in Cape County Park North, where 218 visitors were offered an interactive introduction to Missouri's natural landscapes and the wildlife that live within them.
Southeast seeks degree-granting powers for its Sikeston, Malden, Kennett centers (05/16/10)
As more associate degree opportunities come to Cape Girardeau County, Southeast Missouri State University is looking to spread degree offerings to its Bootheel centers.
Monument honoring fallen police dedicated at Cape County Park (05/16/10)
Law enforcement personnel, community leaders and others gathered Friday to dedicate a memorial honoring 47 fallen officers with ties to Southeast Missouri. The memorial replaces a monument honoring fallen officers at Cape County Park North and consists of three 4 1/2-foot-tall black granite panels and a separate 2-foot-tall panel engraved with a poem about the officers.
Rural health needs discussed at Cape Girardeau event (05/16/10)
Access to affordable health care was the focus of discussion during a rural health care forum Friday led by the Missouri Foundation for Health.
Former Sikeston mayor sworn in to position on Delta Regional Authority (05/16/10)
Beth Marshall holds the Bible as her husband Mike Marshall, left, is sworn in as the new Delta Regional Authority co-commissioner by Judge Lewis Blanton at the Rush Hudson Limbaugh, Sr. U.S. Courthouse...
Cape County man arrested on child porn charges (05/16/10)
An investigation through the Missouri attorney general's office led to the arrest of a Delta man Thursday for possession of child pornography. Harry Masson, 50, was arrested at his house after officers with the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department and the attorney general's office searched his home and seized computers.
Scott County man arrested on over a dozen child sex charges (05/16/10)
BENTON, Mo. -- A rural Benton man was arrested Thursday on charges of child sex crimes. Charles Justin Willcomm, 20, was charged with first-degree statutory rape of a person younger than 14, eight counts of first-degree statutory sodomy with a person younger than 14 and five counts of first-degree child molestation, according to a news release from Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter.
MoDOT working on I-55, Route N bridge, Highway 34 (05/16/10)
* Bridge maintenance will reduce the north- and southbound lanes of Interstate 55 near Scott City to one lane from May 24 to 26. Work by Missouri Department of Transportation crews will take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. The bridge is a quarter mile south of Scott City...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda 5/17/10 (05/16/10)
7 p.m. Monday City hall 401 Independence St. Action items Consent agenda Earl Bennett, d/b/a Roxy's Country Saloon, 107 N. Main St., retail liquor by the drink Brendan Sullivan, d/b/a The Billiard Center, 26 N. Main St., retail liquor by the drink and Sunday sales...
Club news 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
St. Mary Council of Catholic Women met on April 15 in the Huels Room. The meeting was opened with prayer to Our Lady of Good Counsel. Pat Eftink distributed copies of the treasurer's report. Thank you notes for the bereavement dinner for Robert Hendrix were read and from Migrant Whole Health. The Easter baskets were appreciated...
Last of people living in St. Louis railroad tunnel leave (05/16/10)
ST. LOUIS -- The last of the people living in an abandoned railroad tunnel beneath the streets of St. Louis have cleared out. The city had set an 8 a.m. Friday deadline for people to get out of the tunnel. That's because St. Louis is using $34 million in federal stimulus money to rebuild Tucker Boulevard, which sits above the tunnel. As part of the project, the tunnel will be filled in...
Missouri legislative session ends with ethics bill, not business bill (05/16/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri lawmakers approved new political ethics rules Friday but adjourned for the year after failing to forge a deal on a jobs bill backed by the governor. Passage of legislation enhancing the state's campaign finance and ethics laws allowed lawmakers to check off one of their top goals for the 2010 session, though it wasn't as sweeping of an accomplishment as some had sought...
Officials monitor rising Missouri waters (05/16/10)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Officials are monitoring rising water after more rain fell in Missouri. The State Emergency Management Agency says several rivers are overflowing their banks. The National Weather Service says major flooding is occurring near Ewing in eastern Missouri, where the North Fabius River crested Saturday at more than 11 feet above flood stage. ...
Monsanto gives Haiti 475 tons of seeds (05/16/10)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- U.S. agriculture giant Monsanto Co. is donating $4 million worth of seeds to Haiti, the biotechnology manufacturer's first major foray into the chronically hungry nation. The corporation, based in the St. Louis suburb of Creve Coeur, Mo., announced a pledge this week of 475 tons of corn and vegetable seeds. Some 130 tons have been delivered and were on their way to farmers as of Friday...
President honors law officers killed in the line of duty (05/16/10)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama paid tribute Saturday on behalf of a grateful nation to law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice while safeguarding their communities. Americans "rely on a certain order in our lives, a certain sense of security that lets us sleep safely in our beds and walk around our neighborhoods free from fear and go about our daily lives without being the victims of crime. ...
Specter feels 'victory in the air' at Philly rally (05/16/10)
PHILADELPHIA -- U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter told a union rally Saturday that "victory is in the air" and reprised his charges that Democratic primary challenger Joe Sestak is misleading voters in Tuesday's Democratic primary and skipping too many votes in the U.S. House of Representatives...
Episcopal Church ordains second openly gay bishop in church history (05/16/10)
LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Seven years after the Episcopal Church caused an uproar by consecrating its first openly gay bishop, it has done the same thing again -- only this time with a woman. The Rev. Canon Mary Glasspool, of Baltimore, was ordained and consecrated Saturday, making her the second openly gay bishop in church history and one of the first two female bishops in the Diocese of Los Angeles' 114-year history...
Astronauts forced into shorter, less comprehensive shuttle survey (05/16/10)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A snagged cable forced Atlantis' astronauts to resort to a more inconvenient and less comprehensive method of inspecting their space shuttle Saturday as they sped toward a weekend rendezvous with the International Space Station...
BP confident latest try to capture oil will work (05/16/10)
ROBERT, La. -- BP was confident Saturday its latest experiment using a mile-long pipe would capture much of the oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico, even as the company disclosed yet another setback in the environmental disaster. Engineers hit a snag when they tried to connect two pieces of equipment a mile below the water's surface. ...
UK, Germany eye possible ash travel disruptions (05/16/10)
LONDON -- Volcanic ash from Iceland could disrupt air travel in both Britain and Germany in the next few days, officials said Saturday. The British Department of Transport said there was a risk that parts of British airspace could be closed beginning Sunday and those problems could continue through Tuesday. The predictions are based on the continuing eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokul volcano and current wind and weather conditions...
As death toll rises, Thai prime minister defends crackdown (05/16/10)
BANGKOK -- Thailand's leader defended the deadly army crackdown on protesters besieging the capital's heart, saying Saturday the country's very future was at stake. Protesters dragged away the bodies of three people from sidewalks -- shot by army snipers, they claim -- as soldiers blocked major roads and pinned up notices of a "Live Firing Zone."...
NKorea denies involvement in spread of WMD (05/16/10)
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korea is denying an Israeli allegation that Pyongyang is spreading weapons of mass destruction and vowing not to tolerate Israel's alleged slander. The North's Foreign Ministry said Saturday the North "has nothing to do with any spread of WMDs." It also said it would never pardon Israel for "daring slander the dignified [North] by faking up sheer lies."...
Australian, 16, finishes round-the-world sail (05/16/10)
SYDNEY -- A 16-year-old Australian who braved boat knockdowns and seven months of solitude on a sail around the world set foot on dry land outside the Sydney Opera House on Saturday and quickly set an earthier goal: getting her driver's license...
Jackson baseball team blanks Cape Central at district tournament (05/16/10)
With his team's season on the line in the first round of the Class 4 District 1 tournament, Mason Sander excelled in all facets of the game as Jackson ended rival Central's season with a 6-0 victory.
Cape Central soccer tumbles in district opener (05/16/10)
Northwest buried a breakaway goal 18 minutes into the second half to propel it to a 4-1 victory over Central in the opening round of the Class 3 District 1 girls soccer tournament.
High school roundup: Chaffee's Boschan wins three events at sectional (05/16/10)
All the area high school events reported Saturday to the Southeast Missourian.
Role reversal pays off in victory (05/16/10)
Freshman Shae Simmons strictly had been a reliever all season while senior Kyle Gumieny strictly had been a starter until a few weeks ago. Those two pitchers switched roles Saturday to help give Southeast Missouri State a much-needed 2-1 win in the seven-inning nightcap of a doubleheader with Austin Peay...
Southeast squeaks out split vs. Govs (05/16/10)
Michael Adamson was eager to make up for his fifth-inning error that helped Austin Peay score the tying run in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader. Adamson didn't have to wait long. Adamson, Southeast Missouri State's junior left fielder, drilled a home run leading off the bottom of the sixth inning that lifted the host Redhawks to a 2-1 win in the seven-inning contest...
Pujols homers in Friday's 4-3 win (05/16/10)
CINCINNATI -- The Cardinals weren't about to give up first place. Albert Pujols ended St. Louis' longest homer drought in three years with a two-run shot that landed in the front row, and left-hander Jaime Garcia pitched into the seventh inning in another Fernando-like appearance, beating the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 on Friday night to stay atop the NL Central...
Reds save their closer, cut down Cardinals 4-3 (05/16/10)
Cincinnati ended the game when it threw out the potential tying run at home
Shelter or store? Most Americans say no question (05/16/10)
LOS ANGELES -- Remember that old song, "How much is that doggie in the window?" For most Americans, it seems it's no sale. More than half of the people in an Associated Press-Petside.com poll said they would get their next dog or cat from a shelter, nearly seven times the number who said they would buy their next pet from a store...
Pet of the week (05/16/10)
Pet name: Berkely Owner: Tina Meyer Favorite activity: Striking a pose. ...
FYI 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
The Joint Veterans will host their annual Memorial Day services at 11 a.m. May 31, at the Osage Community Centre in Cape Girardeau. The band will play at 10:30 a.m., and the guest speaker will be Lt. Andrew Rogers. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call Deborah Griffen at 204-0254...
Girl Scout troop No. 700279 learns to garden (05/16/10)
Ten kindergartners from Girl Scout troop No. 700279 earned patches recently by volunteering to help with the community garden at Broadway Books and Roasting Co. The Scouts learned how to garden and recycle with the help of Mary Maginel. Mary met with them once a month at the garden to go over the craft of gardening. ...
University's Department of Agriculture honors eight students (05/16/10)
The Southeast Missouri State University Department of Agriculture recently recognized eight students who received outstanding achievement awards for the 2009-2010 academic year. The following students were honored: Darla Mangels of Jackson for outstanding agriculture student, Katie Patterson, of Advance, Mo., for outstanding preveterinary medicine student, Jason Pourney of Jackson for outstanding horticulture Student, Whitney Schreckenberg of Whitewater for outstanding animal science student, Aharon Reed of Cape Girardeau for outstanding plant and soil science student, Kaci McReynolds of Sikeston, Mo., for outstanding agriculture industry student, Wade Wiseman of McGee, Mo., for outstanding freshman and Nicholas Dames of Columbia, Ill., for outstanding freshman.. ...
Three local art students receive awards (05/16/10)
Three private art students of Brenda S. Seyer received awards at the recent Women's Club of Paducah 75th Art Show. Ellen Wang received second place in the competition for participants in third through fifth grades. Alejandra Acevedo placed third in the same category. Kacie Kapp received second place the sixth-through-eighth-grade division. Seyer also received an honorable mention in the adult watercolor group...
Adopt Toby (05/16/10)
Toby is a 3-year-old German Shepherd/Labrador retriever ix. He sits on command and is good with children. Toby has been neutered and is up-to-date on shots. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Eli (05/16/10)
Eli is a domestic short-hair male. For more information, contact the Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Doing his duty: The Rev. John E. Rhodes serves his church and his community (05/16/10)
The Rev. John E. Rhodes loves that his church, New Bethel Baptist Church, interacts with the community. Rhodes is pretty active in the community himself, considering he didn't even live in Missouri before becoming New Bethel's senior pastor. When he's not behind the pulpit, he serves as the chaplain for the Fruitland Fire Protection District and is a medical first responder and firefighter...
Marble Hill man completes basic training (05/16/10)
Marble Hill, Mo., resident Matthew A. Stoverink graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. Stoverink completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. ...
Some options for selling unwanted stuff (05/16/10)
Spring for many homeowners means confronting all the things that have filled up the closets, basement and garage over the past year. As the late comedian George Carlin used to say: "Your house is a pile of stuff with a cover on it." Getting rid of that stuff has always been tricky -- especially if you hope to come away with some cash...
Sell with success (05/16/10)
With summer fast approaching, it is the perfect time to purge the house of unused or unwanted items. Cleaning out closets cannot only create more space but can also create more cash. It seems everyone has a few too many clothes in closets, boxes and drawers. If getting back into those size 2 jeans doesn't look like a probability, maybe it is time to consider selling them...
A chosen leader (05/16/10)
Editor's note: David Cameron of the Conservation Party was named prime minister of Britain after this column was submitted. I've long been interested in Great Britain. Much of my ancestry hails from there. My wife claims to be related to Sir Robert the Bruce of Scotland, whose name appears at the entrance to Edinburgh Castle. ...
A step-by-step guide to living before the Lord (05/16/10)
Global Positioning Systems are amazing. Either built into your car or held in the palm of your hand, a GPS unit can tell within feet your precise location anywhere on the planet. Not only can they tell you where you are, they can tell you where you want to go. ...
Lady slippers like the shade (05/16/10)
Named for the shape of its blossom, the large yellow lady slipper is a native North American orchid. Southeast Missouri is near the southwestern edge of this flower's range, which extends northward into eastern Canada. It is considered a rare flower in many places throughout its natural range...
Jordan Pingel (05/16/10)
Jordan D. Pingel, 64, of Perryville, Mo., died May 14, 2010 at Life Care Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Young and Sons Funeral Home in Perryville.
Elmer Compas (05/16/10)
Elmer Theon Compas, 85, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, May 14, 2010, at the Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Chapel, with parish prayers at 6 p.m. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary Cathedral, with the Rev. David Hulshof officiating...
Marvin Mirly (05/16/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Marvin "Mert" Mirly, 81, of Chaffee died Saturday, May 15, 2010, at the Chaffee Nursing Center. He was born Dec. 13, 1928, in Chaffee, to the late Fred M. and Mamie Luper Mirly. He married Loretta Henson. He then married Shirley Sherrion, and she preceded him in death. He married Betty Dooley on Sept. 18, 1987...
Timothy Smith (05/16/10)
Timothy Robert Smith, 39, of Naylor, Mo., formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Saturday, May 8, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center. There was no service. Crain Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau was in charge of arrangements.
Ralph Hoehn (05/16/10)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Ralph E. Hoehn, 94, of Perryville died Friday, May 14, 2010, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today and from 6:30 a.m. to service time Monday at Young and Sons Funeral Home. A VFW wake will be held at 6:30 p.m. today...
Betty Coffman (05/16/10)
ANNA, Ill. -- Betty Hart Coffman, 85, of Anna died Tuesday, May 11, 2010, at William Childs Hospice House in Palm Bay, Fla. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna and from 10 a.m. to service time Monday at Mount Moriah Lutheran Church in Anna...
Loren Huffman (05/16/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Loren A. Huffman, 85, of Marble Hill died Thursday, May 13, 2010, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Dec. 23, 1924, in Laflin, Mo., son of Lee and Ida Mae Barks Huffman. He and Lois Morrison were married April 12, 1947...
Marie Koehler (05/16/10)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Marie Evelyn Koehler, 90, of Tamms died Friday, May 14, 2010, at her home. She was born May 31, 1919, in Jackson, to Richard and Clara Jackson Bradshaw. She and Walter Koehler were married May 31, 1989. He preceded her in death Dec. 17, 2006...
Marie Krigsheuser (05/16/10)
KARNAK, Ill. -- Marie Elizabeth Grubbs Krigsheuser, 95, of Karnak passed away Friday, May 14, 2010, at her home, following a courageous battle with colon cancer for more than two years. She was born Feb. 20, 1915, in Grand Chain, Ill., daughter of the late Charley and Katherine Heisner Grubbs...
Births 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
Daughter to Cari Renea Long of Sikeston, Mo., Saint Francis Medical Center, 12:54 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, 2010. Name, Schelbie Jane Marie. Weight, 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Third child, first daughter. Ms. Long is the daughter of Jane and Wayne Read of Marble Hill, Mo., and Bill Long and Donna Mayberry of Milstadt, Ill...
Lichtenegger - Dumey (05/16/10)
Kelley Renee Lichtenegger and Tyler Mark Dumey were married Oct. 10, 2009, at New McKendree United Methodist Church in Jackson. The Rev. John Rice performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Bob and Cindy Lichtenegger and Mark and Laura Dumey, all of Jackson...
Johnston - Davidson (05/16/10)
Sara E. Johnston and Cody A. Davidson were married Oct. 3, 2009, at Old McKendree Chapel in Jackson. The Rev. Sam Roethemeyer performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Bev Johnston of Jackson. The groom is the son of Kristy Davidson of Malden, Mo., and Vernon Davidson of Jackson...
Upchurch - Perez (05/16/10)
Erika Shea Upchurch and Francisco Javier Perez were married Jan. 2, 2010, at Immaculate Conception Church in Jackson. The Rev. John Harth performed the ceremony. Organist was Jerry Ganiel and vocalist was Jane Oehl, both of Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Richard Upchurch of St. Louis and Laure Upchurch of Jackson. The groom is the son of Gloria Perez of Houston, Texas, and the late Javier Perez...
Clark - Dambach (05/16/10)
Katherine Ann Clark and Travis Kane Dambach were married Sept. 19, 2009, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Douglas Breite performed the ceremony. Organist was Matt Palisch of Jackson, and trumpeters were Matt Martin and Brooke Privett of Cape Girardeau...
Gresham - Miller (05/16/10)
Kevin and Alesia Gresham of Durant, Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Nicole Gresham, to Jeffrey "Matt" Miller, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Bonnie LeMay and Jeff Miller of Kelso, Mo. Gresham is a 2000 graduate of Scott City High School. She received a master of science degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University in 2009. She is a nurse practitioner at Advanced Dermatology...
Maloney - Bess (05/16/10)
Archie and Lucille Maloney of Zalma, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Jean Maloney, to Joda David Bess. He is the son of Charlotte Bess of Cape Girardeau, and the late Joda L. Bess. Maloney is a graduate of Zalma High School, DeVry University, Southeast Missouri State University, and Oakland City University. She is a preschool teacher with Sikeston Public Schools...
Parres - Birk (05/16/10)
Thomas B. Parres Jr. and Debora A. Parres of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Renee Parres, to Josh Michael Birk. He is the son of Terry L. Birk of Jackson, and the late Donna J. Birk. Parres is a 1998 graduate of Jackson High School. She is a graduate of the nursing program at Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center. She is a nurse at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Green - Davault (05/16/10)
Rick and Dorothy Green of Whitewater announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Anne Green, to Josiah James Davault. He is the son of Rodney and Christine Davault of Marble Hill, Mo. Green is a 2007 graduate of New Salem Baptist Academy. She is employed at Green's Flea Market...
Ludwig - 30 Years (05/16/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ludwig of Jackson will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Monday. Ludwig and Susan Meyr were married May 17, 1980, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Wells, Mo. The Revs. Ed Keinath and Jim Wilson performed the ceremony. He is the son of Mayovah Ludwig and the late Norman Ludwig. Mrs. Ludwig is the daughter of the late Elton and Norma Meyr...
Beussink - 60 Years (05/16/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beussink of Jackson recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple attended Mass with family members at Immaculate Conception Church, where they received a special blessing from the Rev. John Harth. A family dinner followed at their home...
Hahs - 65 Years (05/16/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Leon Hahs of Daisy recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at the home of a daughter, Sharon Bogenpohl. Hahs and Betty Fronabarger were married April 29, 1945, at Oak Ridge Baptist Church, by the Rev. Lee Cook...
Jackson police/fire reports 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
Jackson The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Summonses Thefts Miscellaneous FIRE Jackson Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday...
Fire report 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday: Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday:...
Police report 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Summonses Assaults Thefts Property damage Miscellaneous Cape Girardeau County The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt....
Out of the past 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
Two Southeast Missouri men, one from Cape Girardeau, have been nominated for seats on the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents; Gov. John Ashcroft yesterday announced the appointments of J.P. Tlapek of Cape Girardeau and James Lincoln of Sikeston, Mo...
Summer school menus May 17-21 (05/16/10)
Eagle Ridge Christian MONDAY--Fish sticks, corn, fruit. TUESDAY--Buttered noodles, green beans, fruit. WEDNESDAY--Mac & cheese with hot dogs, peas, fruit. THURSDAY--Chicken nuggets, tater tots, fruit. FRIDAY--Pizza, salad, fruit...
School menus May 17-21 (05/16/10)
May 17-21 Cape Girardeau Elementary MONDAY--Cheeseburger or ham & cheese on bun, fries, peaches. TUESDAY--Last day of school; early dismissal; no lunch served. Cape Christian MONDAY--Baked chicken strips, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, frosted cake...
More recycling (05/16/10)
Early reports, after a week of Cape Girardeau's new trash system, indicate a significant increase in recycling. That's good news, and it shows that the ease of recycling can have a big effect. Before the new trash system began, recycling involved separating items into various categories such as plastic, paper and glass. ...
Sensible animal-tracking system (05/16/10)
Recently, Lowell Schachtsiek and I attended the Animal Disease Traceability Forum in Kansas City hosted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service and the Regulatory Working Group to discuss the 12 standards for traceability developed by a coalition of farm and livestock groups also known as the Cattle ID Group. ...
Speak Out 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
I want to comment about the widow whose pipe was repaired by Floyd Penny. This man has done great services for a lot of people. He's a real saint. This is the kind of leader we need in Cape Girardeau. He cares about people and goes out of his way to help people like this. ...
Prayer 5/16/10 (05/16/10)
Hear our praises, O God, and look into our hearts filled with love and joy. Amen.
A FUTURE ENGINEER (05/16/10)
Brock Seabaugh graduated from Missouri S & T in Rolla, MO. on Saturday, May 15th. He graduated from Cape Central High School in 2006. He received two degrees, a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. As well as graduating with two degrees, he graduated Magna Cum Laude...
Salvia (05/16/10)
purple salvia
jackson 2010 prom (05/16/10)
beautiful girls at jackson high schools gym!!
Proud Parents (05/16/10)
Spring at Jackson City Park
Front cover

Browse full calendar