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Stories from Friday, October 22, 2010

Cape police group endorses casino (10/22/10)
After publicly encouraging Cape Girardeau residents to vote 'no' against a city tax for road improvements before the August primary, the Cape Girardeau Police Officers Association voted at its meeting Tuesday to support a casino measure on the November ballot...
Amendment 3 would stop real estate transfer tax (10/22/10)
While 38 other states place a sales tax on the transfer of real estate, Missouri doesn't and local real estate agents want to keep it that way. Amendment 3 on the Nov. 2 ballot, if approved, would prohibit new taxes from being imposed when property changes hands...
Cape Girardeau County road board to conduct survey about county roads (10/22/10)
The Cape Girardeau County Road and Bridge Advisory board will soon be soliciting input from those who most frequently travel county roads. The board plans to distribute surveys to county highway employees, school bus drivers, volunteer firefighters and other groups asking them to rank the three top concerns they have regarding road conditions that may hamper driver safety.
Judge to decide on change of venue request in Cape Girardeau infant abuse case (10/22/10)
The attorney for Allen R. Walker Jr., a Cape Girardeau man accused of abusing his 7-week-old son, causing his death, is requesting her client's three-day jury trial be moved to a new county. Circuit Court Judge Benjamin F. Lewis will decide to grant or deny the motion Nov. 8...
Southeast Missouri State University seeks $55 million in bonds (10/22/10)
Looking to avert a "crisis ready to happen," Southeast Missouri State University goes before its board of regents today with a $56 million-plus campus maintenance and renovation plan.
Rodney Carrington to perform at Show Me Center Saturday (10/22/10)
Despite canceling a show at the Show Me Center in April, tickets to comedian Rodney Carrington's Saturday performance are selling well. "It look likes he is pacing ahead of some of his other shows here," said center marketing director Shannon Buford. He said he did not know the exact number of tickets sold...
Cape Girardeau Area Magnet ready to start pursuing tenants for Commander Premier building (10/22/10)
A possible tenant is in early discussions with an economic development organization to take over the hangar currently occupied by Commander Premier Aircraft at Cape Girardeau Regional Airport. The Cape Girardeau Airport Advisory Board's meeting Wednesday night was devoted in part to the business, said airport manager Bruce Loy. Loy declined to name the business, except to say it is in negotiations with Cape Girardeau Area Magnet...
Police seek Poplar Bluff man who allegedly hit convenience store owner during drive-off (10/22/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A warrant was issued Wednesday for the arrest of a Poplar Bluff man accused of striking a convenience store owner with his vehicle during an alleged gasoline drive-off. Tyler Ray Ezell, 18, of the 900 block of Cole Avenue was charged with the Class A felony of first-degree robbery and the Class B felony of first-degree assault by Butler County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Barbour...
Beekeepers to convene in Cape Girardeau this weekend (10/22/10)
More than 100 beekeepers from across the state will convene in Cape Girardeau this weekend for the Missouri State Beekeepers Association's fall conference. Hobbyists and full-time beekeepers will learn from each other as well as experts from Illinois and Vermont Friday and Saturday at The Plaza Conference Center...
Sikeston robbery suspect turns self in (10/22/10)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- A Sikeston man wanted in connection with a Monday afternoon armed robbery has surrendered to authorities. Drew Dollar, 29, turned himself in at the Scott County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday morning. Dollar was wanted in connection to an armed robbery at Food Giant, 945 E. Malone...
Beatles tribute band to play Poplar Bluff Saturday (10/22/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Flashbacks may be invoked when the Beatles are brought back to life at Rodgers Theatre, from the mop haircuts, mannerisms and Liverpool accents, right down to the stage equipment. The Return, an Atlanta-based tribute band, is slated to take stage at 7 p.m. Saturday, with plans to play about 30 songs from the early catalog of the British rock 'n' roll legends...
I-55 reduced to one lane for concrete repairs (10/22/10)
Southbound Interstate 55 in Perry and Cape Girardeau counties will be reduced to one lane while contractor crews perform concrete repairs. This section of road is from Highway 51 at Perryville, Mo., in Perry County to U.S. 61 at Fruitland in Cape Girardeau County...
Mo. Chamber PAC endorses three local candidates (10/22/10)
The Missouri Chamber PAC, the political action arm of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has endorsed three local candidates for their respective districts. Shelley Keeney was endorsed for the 156th District, Billy Pat Wright was endorsed for the 159th District and Ellen Brandom was endorsed for the 160th District...
Three Rivers set to receive grant to build safe rooms (10/22/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Three Rivers Community College is poised to receive a $3.3 million grant to go toward constructing safe rooms at its Poplar Bluff and Sikeston, Mo., locations, to offer temporary tornado protection to the campus communities...
About 40 firetrucks expected at Capaha rally (10/22/10)
Organizers of Saturday's Capaha Fire Truck Rally say they're expecting up to 40 fire trucks, both new and antique models, to participate in the event. The community is invited to start the day with a parade at 9:30 a.m., when fire engines throughout Southeast Missouri, including Cape Girardeau County, will proceed down Normal Street toward Capaha Park.Some fire prevention and safety educational opportunities will begin at the park when the parade concludes...
Missouri AG warns Dish Network in Fox dispute (10/22/10)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The dispute between Fox and Dish Network has drawn the attention of Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, who has notified the satellite television carrier it is violating consumers' contracts by refusing to carry certain Fox networks...
Kansas City chimp that escaped sent to zoo (10/22/10)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A chimpanzee that ran wild through a Kansas City neighborhood will get a new home at the Kansas City Zoo. The chimp, named Sueko, escaped from her owner Tuesday and ran through a south Kansas City neighborhood. She scared neighbors and pounded on cars before her owner was able to coax her into a cage...
Toyota recalling 1.5 million vehicles for problems with brakes and fuel pumps (10/22/10)
DETROIT -- Just when Toyota thought its safety problems were over, they flare up all over again. Less than a year after it was tarnished by reports of runaway cars, the automaker recalled 1.5 million vehicles Thursday to address brake-fluid and fuel-pump troubles, drawing new attention to safety issues that have festered inside the company for years...
Clashes, protests continue over pensions in France (10/22/10)
PARIS -- Police used tear gas and water cannon against rampaging youth in Lyon on Thursday while the French government showed its muscle in parliament, short-circuiting tense Senate debate on a bill raising the retirement age to 62. Despite growing pressure, President Nicolas Sarkozy held firm on a measure he says is crucial to the future of France, heightening the standoff with labor unions that see retirement at 60 as a hard-earned right...
'Don't ask, don't tell' officially back in place while its fate is decided (10/22/10)
WASHINGTON -- The Defense Department on Thursday declared that "don't ask, don't tell" is once again the law of the land but set up a new system that could make it tougher to get thrown of the military for being openly gay. Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Thursday ordered that all dismissals under the 1993 law be decided by one of the four service secretaries in consultation with the military's general counsel and Gates' personnel chief...
Greatest pumpkin: 1,810-pounder named world's heaviest (10/22/10)
NEW RICHMOND, Wis. -- Guinness World Records has confirmed that a massive pumpkin grown in Wisconsin is officially the world's heaviest. The gourd grown this year by Chris Stevens of New Richmond tips the scales at 1,810.5 pounds. That's 85 pounds heavier than the previous record, a 1,725-pound pumpkin grown last year in Ohio...
Last year's moonshot splashed up almost twice as much water as expected (10/22/10)
LOS ANGELES -- When NASA blasted a hole in the moon last year in search of water, scientists figured there would be a splash. They just didn't know how big. Now new results from the moonshot reveal lots of water in a crater where the sun never shines -- 41 gallons of ice and vapor...
Fewer teenage drivers in fatal crashes (10/22/10)
ATLANTA -- Far fewer people are dying in car crashes with teens at the wheel, but it's not because teenagers are driving more cautiously. Experts say laws are tougher, and cars and highways are safer. Fatal car crashes involving teen drivers fell by about a third over five years, according to a new federal report that credits tougher restrictions on younger drivers...
Mideast sides look at alternatives to continuing peace talks (10/22/10)
JERUSALEM -- With peace talks stalled, Israelis and Palestinians are quietly -- and separately -- looking for alternatives. The scenarios range from the Palestinians going around Israel to seek world recognition for an independent state to Israel pushing for a scaled-down agreement that sidesteps the toughest issues, like sharing Jerusalem and the fate of Palestinian refugees...
American influence declining among Iraqi lawmakers (10/22/10)
BAGHDAD -- American influence has so dwindled in Iraq over the last several months that Iraqi lawmakers and political leaders say they no longer follow Washington's advice for forming a government. Instead, Iraqis are turning to neighboring nations, and especially Iran, for guidance -- casting doubt on the future of the American role in this strategic country after a grinding war that killed more than 4,400 U.S. soldiers...
Sikeston defeats Central 21-0 in district showdown among unbeatens (10/22/10)
Central's vaunted rushing attack finally met its match. The Tigers, who entered averaging 340 yards rushing per game, struggled to gain yards and never found an offensive rhythm against state-ranked Sikeston in front of an estimated crowd of more than 11,000 fans at Houck Stadium...
One-handed Notre Dame player defies coach's expectations, becomes starter (10/22/10)
Notre Dame softball coach Jeff Graviett was wrong about a girl named Courtney Reinagel. Courtney made sure of that. He told Courtney after her sophomore year that he didn't foresee her becoming a starter for the Bulldogs softball team. She could remain on the team as a role player, but if she wanted to be starter, he didn't think it could happen...
Jackson doubles team arrives early (10/22/10)
The Sophomore duo will compete today in the Class 2 state tournament
Preview capsules for Week 9 games (10/22/10)
St. Vincent (2-6, 0-1) at Valle (7-1, 1-0) Last week: Chaffee 40, St. Vincent 10; Valle 60, Cleveland NJROTC 0 Last year: Valle 59, St. Vincent 7 Class 1 District 2: Chaffee (3-5, 1-0), Cleveland NJROTC (1-7, 0-1) Outlook: These Catholic rivals have not met in district play since the 2005 season when Valle won 26-0 and went on to win the district crown. Up until 2005, the schools were longtime district rivals with the exception of the 1998 and 1999 seasons...
ND tries to repeat as state champs at Class 3 final four (10/22/10)
Notre Dame boasts four consecutive trips to the final four, which resulted in a state title, a second and a third. The reigning Class 3 state champion Bulldogs hope that experience pays off against Nevada in today's 10 a.m. semifinal at the Killian Softball Complex in Springfield, Mo...
Hawks face one of state's top aces (10/22/10)
BENTON, Mo. -- Kelly softball coach Melanie Heuring did not hesitate when asked what her players would need to do well if they hoped to bring home a third state championship to the school. "Hit," Heuring said, simply and quickly. "We've been lacking that here at the end of the season. We've always gone back and forth. Our pitching's always solid and we either have good defense or good offense and I've preached that to the girls all year -- we have to have both...
High school roundup: Notre Dame volleyball sweeps Leopold on road (10/22/10)
All the area highs school sports events reported Thursday to the Southeast Missourian.
Bulldogs QB proves to be too elusive (10/22/10)
The biggest question mark facing the 2010 Sikeston football team following last year's sensational season was who would play quarterback. Trey Lewis has provided an emphatic answer -- and Central had no answer for Lewis on Thursday night. Lewis, along with Sikeston's suffocating defense, helped turn the much-hyped Southeast Missouri game of the year into a mismatch...
Streaking Redhawks seek 7th straight victory (10/22/10)
Southeast enters Saturday's game against Eastern Kentucky ranked No. 13 in the nation
MU puts turmoil behind, climbs national rankings (10/22/10)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Just a few months ago, Missouri seemed like it might become a sad case of collateral damage from conference realignment. An orphan. No date to the dance. Getting back to business in the Big 12 restored stability and sanity at a school that during the summer got the cold shoulder -- from a lot of places -- while Colorado and the Big 12 South were being wooed by the Pac-10 and Nebraska was bolting for the Big Ten...
Missing TV tunes (10/22/10)
Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy? Theme songs on TV? I can still quote the lyrics to theme songs from childhood shows like "Full House" or "Family Matters," and I know we all know the story all about how a life got flipped, turned upside down and Will Smith became the prince of a town called Bel Air...
Fowl weather (10/22/10)
First, let me say that I think Nelson Sparks deserves a lot of credit. Mr. Sparks, if you don't already know, is a Cape Girardeau resident who raises chickens. He considers his hens to be pets. His pets lay nearly 10 dozen eggs a month. But Cape Girardeau has a nuisance ordinance that prohibits keeping a long list of animals, chickens included...
The Biggest Car in the County celebrates debut album with concert (10/22/10)
The Biggest Car in the County is challenging the norm and breaking new ground for original music in Southeast Missouri. In an area where bands playing covers tend to dominate the scene, Biggest Car is building a following of faithful listeners with its blend of roots country and rock 'n' roll original music...
NPR axes, Fox defends analyst over Muslim remarks (10/22/10)
WASHINGTON -- "I'm not a bigot," longtime news analyst Juan Williams said. Then he talked about getting nervous on a plane when he sees people in Muslim dress. Fair game for one of his employers, Fox News Channel, but a fireable offense for the other, NPR...
Opera Bites: Murder, madness and mayhem in Met's production of 'Boris Gudunov' (10/22/10)
With new software and a complete schedule, AMC Town Plaza 5 will continue its high-definition broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera for the season. The next opera will be Modest Mussorgsky's monumental work, "Boris Godunov," at 11 a.m. Saturday with an encore broadcast Nov. 10...
Best bet: Rockface Barband (10/22/10)
Rockface Barband and Guy Morgan and the FT Crew will play a concert at the River City Yacht Club above Port Cape on Saturday for no particular reason. But let's be honest, do you really need a reason to rock out? Guy Morgan and the FT Crew will open the show at 9 p.m. ...
Local filmmaker Steve Turner debuts his first novel online (10/22/10)
To read Steve Turner's recently released book, "Tumbling," you have to go no further than your computer screen. Turner, a freelance cinematographer based in Jackson, skipped the traditional book publishing process and opted to print his book online instead...
ARTifacts 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
Parents Without Partners has organized a benefit dance for Toys for Tots on Saturday. The dance will have a Halloween theme with music by Daddy Bill Sound. Tickets are $7 and help the annual Toys for Tots program. The benefit dance will be from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the American Legion hall in Cape Girardeau. Participants are asked to bring their own beverages and coolers. For more information, call 243-2287...
Clara Bray (10/22/10)
Clara Mae Edmonds Bray, 97, of Kansas City, Mo., passed away Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010. She was born March 1, 1913, in Kelso, Mo., to Clara and Benjamin Edmonds. She graduated from Fornfelt High School in May 1931. She and James William Bray were married July 1, 1933, in Fornfelt. He preceded her in death July 6, 1987...
Leta Rushing (10/22/10)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Leta V. Rushing, 79, of Perryville died Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to service time Monday at Young and Sons Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Tom McCanless officiating. Burial will be at 1 p.m. in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery in St. Louis...
Phyllis Ridgway (10/22/10)
ANNA, Ill. -- Phyllis Kay Ridgway, 70, of Anna died Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at her home. Friends may call from 11 a.m. Saturday to service time at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Jonesboro, Ill. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with Phil Nelson officiating. Burial will be in Jonesboro Cemetery...
Virginia Schwab (10/22/10)
Virginia Schwab, 89, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010, at the Lutheran Home. Visitation will be Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. at McCombs Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, with the Rev. Kizito Wenani officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery...
Velma Dobbs (10/22/10)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Velma Dobbs, 90, of Chaffee died Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at a daughter's home in Memphis, Tenn. She was born June 1, 1920, in Marquand, Mo., daughter of Hessie Edward and Blanche Edith Conrad Stone. She and Otto Dobbs were married Feb. 16, 1944. He preceded her in death April 3, 1985...
Mayovah Ludwig (10/22/10)
Mayovah L. Ludwig, 87, formerly of Jackson, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 23, 1923, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Fred and Mamie Luper Mirly. She and Norman Ludwig were married June 14, 1942. He passed away Nov. 22, 1995...
Billy McGuire Jr. (10/22/10)
Billy F. McGuire Jr., 62, of Jackson passed away Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010. He was born May 31, 1948, in Cape Girardeau, son of Billy Fred and Eleanor Seabaugh McGuire. He was preceded in death by his parents. A graveside memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Russell Heights Cemetery in Jackson...
Anna Turnbough (10/22/10)
Anna Dean Turnbough, 70, of Jackson passed away Monday, Oct. 18, 2010, at her home. She was born Sept. 5, 1940, in St. Louis, daughter of Troy and Myrtle Wade Hobeck. She and Glen A.J. Turnbough were married June 20, 1958. He passed away Sept. 14, 2006...
Gary Moore (10/22/10)
Gary Ervin Moore, 56, of San Antonio went to be with his Lord Friday, Oct. 15, 2010. He was born 0ct. 11, 1954, in San Antonio, to George W. and Ruby Franck Moore. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul Lutheran Church in San Antonio. He lived in San Antonio all his life...
Births 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
Son to Robert Nicholas Jason and Carmen Elaine Mahlandt of Jackson, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 7:57 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010. Name, Blake Edward. Weight, 8 pounds, 12 ounces. Second son. Mrs. Mahlandt is the former Carmen Davidson, daughter of Larry and Suanne Davidson of Geneva, Ill., and Larry Stiers and Cathy Hall of St. ...
Jackson police/fire report 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
POLICE The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt Miscellaneous FIRE Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday: ...
Cape Girardeau police report 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
Cape Girardeau The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Assaults Thefts Property damage Miscellaneous...
Cape Girardeau fire report 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday: ...
Out of the past 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
State Rep. Mary Kasten, R-Cape Girardeau, will serve as marshal for the Southeast Missouri State University Homecoming parade Saturday. ST. LOUIS -- Momentum may be swinging the Kansas City Royals' way in the World Series; Bret Saberhagen stalls the St. Louis Cardinals with a six-hit, eight-strikeout performance, as the Royals win 6-1; the series stands at 2-1, with the Cardinals leading...
Southeast's success (10/22/10)
Southeast Missouri State University recently announced the addition of a new program called DegreeWorks. The program was designed to help students stay on track in their academic program and graduate in four years. The new program, which started this summer, offers many features for users, both faculty advisers and students, to see what degree requirements have been met for the students' majors and minors, monitor their courses in progress and be aware of the requirements still needed. ...
Armchair generals (10/22/10)
I am stunned to read that the U.S. government is ready to facilitate "peace talks" with "provincial leaders" and the "rebels" in Afghanistan. When I was there from 2004-05, these groups were called the Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists. We are negotiating a temporary cease-fire agreement so that the politicians can feel better about a hasty retreat? If politicians want to do right by those who have served there and are serving, they should get out of the war room and let the military do what it does best.. ...
Southeast Missouri sports (10/22/10)
This has been an exciting time to be a Central football, Southeast Redhawk and a Notre Dame ladies softball fan. I'm a Notre Dame Regional High School graduate, but I truly enjoy and appreciate all the schools who have had such great seasons. The success of these Southeast Missouri teams is not only evident to those of us who live in Cape Girardeau County and the surrounding area, but Southeast Missouri is beginning to show the larger school districts in St. ...
Speak Out 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
THE Southeast production of "Once on This Island" was amazing. Kudos to the Southeast theater department and all the actors. They did a fabulous job. I think it's wrong the city of Cape Girardeau is charging so much for admission into the water park. If they're making a profit of over $300,000 a year after being open less than 90 days, then they need to cut the ticket price in half...
Prayer 10/22/10 (10/22/10)
O God, thank you for the salvation you have freely given to us. Amen.
VonAmp's Rock Battle in Pinckneyville, IL 10/23/10 (10/22/10)
VonAmp will be the first band to take the stage at 6:00 p.m. in the Battle of the Bands Competition this Saturday, October 23rd 2010 in Pinckneyville, Illinois. We REALLY need our friends, family, and supporters to come out and cheer us on for this event since our score will rely heavily on the audience's response. ...
City Expands Leaf Disposal Program (10/22/10)
The leaf season can be a battle for many homeowners trying to keep their lawn healthy and yard free of leaf debris. "Once you rake, your yard can be covered again in a week," said Public Works Director Tim Gramling. "Some trees shed all winter or the neighbor's leaves can blow into your yard. It can be very frustrating for some homeowners."...
Carnahan Campaign Kicks off "Republicans for Robin" (10/22/10)
Today, Robin Carnahan's campaign launched "Republicans for Robin," showcasing five people in a growing group of Missouri Republicans and Independents who are supporting her Senate campaign - and holding Congressman Blunt accountable for his record. You can learn more about the group and why they are supporting Robin on her campaign website as well as see five featured videos from Missourians who are speaking out against Congressman Blunt's 14-year Washington record of waste, corruption, and sticking it to the middle class.. ...
Nell Holcomb PTO Chili Supper & Family Fun Night (10/22/10)
Nell Holcomb R-IV School PTO will host its annual Chili Supper and Family Fun Night Fundraiser on Friday, November 5, 2010. Over the years, the chili supper has become an event to which many in the community look forward. It has become a time to see friends and socialize while enjoying a good meal and helping a great cause! Enjoy a meal of delicious homemade chili, hotdogs, peanut butter sandwich, chips, dessert and a drink, served from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m in the cafeteria. ...
Fall Fishing (10/22/10)
Fishing on a fall day at Lake Tywappity Conservation Area in Chaffee M)
The end of the game (10/22/10)
This photo of buddies consoling a Central High Tiger after the 21-0 loss to the Sikeston Bulldogs sums up how the game went for me. Here's a gallery of 80 photos from the game. http://www.capecentralhigh.com/sports/football-sports/cape-central-tigers-vs-sikeston-bulldogs/...
Saint Francis Sponsors Honor Tour (10/22/10)
Saint Francis Medical Center was a sponsor of the recent Honor Tour, which recognizes World War II veterans for their service and sacrifice with a complimentary trip to Washington, D.C. Thirty veterans and their guests were sent off from Perryville High School on October 15...
Harvest Moon (10/22/10)
Taken Thursday (10-21-10) night at dusk.
Cape Central Middle School sixth grade Students of the Month (10/22/10)
Cape Girardeau Central Middle School sixth grade Students of the Month for October are (front row) Bennett Kidd, Tyler Swanks, Drew Thatcher and Noah Jones; (second row) Isaac Buck and Andrea Guebert; (third row) Anna Margetta, Brianna Duncan, Ally Vaughn and Elizabeth Orr.
Cape Central Middle School fifth grade Students of the Month (10/22/10)
Cape Girardeau Central Middle School fifth grade Students of the Month for October are (front row) Will Sellers, Taylor Strange, Dylan Corvick, Dennis Jordan, Mallory Bittner and Lydia Gentry; (second row) Nathan McCoy, Brooke Kimberly, Tyler Hafford and Omar Manzoor...
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