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Stories from Sunday, December 5, 2010

Jackson welcomes holiday season with parade, Santa, Oliver House tours (12/05/10)
Hundreds of people lined the streets of uptown Jackson on Saturday to welcome Santa and the holiday season to town at the annual Christmas parade. Angie Nix of Jackson has been attending the event for 15 years and said it is a great way to get in a festive mood...
Charleston prison axes work release program for Mississippi County (12/05/10)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- It was a program that seemed to be good for Mississippi County, good for the Southeast Correctional Center and good for the participating prisoners. Now the prison's work release program with the county is no more. A letter from the Missouri Department of Corrections dated Nov. 9 addressed to Presiding Commissioner Jim Blumenberg said the work release contract with the county has been terminated...
Chateau Girardeau announces $6 million expansion (12/05/10)
A $6 million project at Chateau Girardeau will create expanded health care services and about 15 jobs.
Cape Girardeau officials hope Broadway work done by casino opening (12/05/10)
If Cape Girardeau's new casino is to be the destination, then think of Broadway as the welcome mat. Providing an attractive roadway into the city -- and one that leads to a $125 million casino -- has become a more pressing priority to city officials, who are speeding up plans to improve Broadway so it can be completed in time for Isle of Capri to open its doors...
Christmas open house brings visitors, shoppers to downtown Cape Girardeau (12/05/10)
Shiny black horses with even shinier silver bells played a holiday song all their own Friday night jingling and clip-clopping down Main Street during the Old Town Cape Christmas Open House. Carriage rides, strolling carolers and twinkling Christmas lights all added to the holiday atmosphere...
Report paints bleak picture of black men's education (12/05/10)
Desmond Bryant says sometimes it's hard going home and talking to his old friends. The 19-year-old Southeast Missouri State University sophomore says a lot of the guys he used to run with in his St. Louis neighborhood didn't go on to college. Many of them didn't finish high school, and some didn't make it out of junior high...
Cape Girardeau native Forsee takes leave of absence from University of Missouri leadership (12/05/10)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- University of Missouri system president and former Cape Girardeau resident Gary Forsee is taking a leave of absence after learning that his wife has cancer, according to the Columbia Daily Tribune. Sherry Forsee's diagnosis followed an emergency appendectomy last week, Board of Curator member Warren Erdman told the Daily Tribune...
Cape Girardeau gets more than $250,000 for cycling programs (12/05/10)
The Cape Girardeau city government was recently awarded a $253,702 grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health to fund bike lane striping, bike racks, cycling safety education and promotion of cycling's health benefits, according to a city news release...
Scott County recorder elected to MAC board (12/05/10)
BENTON, Mo. -- A Scott County official has been chosen to serve on the Missouri Association of Counties Executive Board. County Recorder Tom R. Dirnberger was elected third vice president Nov. 22 during the annual conference at Tan-Tar-A. MAC is a not-for-profit corporation with provides assistance to the 114 counties in the state in matters pertaining to local, state and federal government activities...
Stoddard County man arrested in New Orleans returned to Southeast Missouri (12/05/10)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- A Malden, Mo., man who was wanted in Stoddard County and was recently arrested in New Orleans has now been relocated to the Stoddard County Jail. Chris Rauscher, 38, is facing charges from a July incident. Stoddard County Sheriff Carl Hefner said Rauscher arrived at the jail late Saturday night by means of a private prisoner transit company...
Poplar Bluff man in ICU after Thursday shooting (12/05/10)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- An apparent dispute over what authorities describe as a "common girlfriend" put one Poplar Bluff man in an intensive care unit and another on the run. Jerome Webb, 35, of the 200 block of East Midland Street underwent surgery overnight at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center to "repair the damage from the gunshot wounds, and he is in the ICU at this time," Poplar Bluff Deputy Chief Jeff Rolland said Friday morning...
Defeated Mississippi County candidate requests recount of November vote (12/05/10)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The Democratic candidate for Mississippi County presiding county commissioner has asked for a recount. The defeat of Jack Feezor by Republican Carlin Bennett in the Nov. 2 election was a narrow margin: seven votes. According to state statutes, a candidate can request a recount if they are within 1 percent of their opponent...
School board members to file for re-election (12/05/10)
Jackson School Board members up for re-election plan to make another run, according to Jackson School District superintendent Ron Anderson. Board president Terri Tomlin, T. Wayne Lewis and Bruce Thomas intend to submit candidacy papers, Anderson said. ...
Club news 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Karen McLane, president, was the Lamplighters FCE hostess as 13 members and a guest met for its November meeting in the Oak Ridge Methodist Church basement. McLane called the meeting to order, led members in repeating the pledge of allegiance and the club collect. She then shared devotional thoughts "A Time" based on Eccelasties 3: 1-14, "Seven Wonders of the World," and "Hard Times Knocking."...
Missouri House Speaker-to-be Tilley selects three Democrats for committee chairs (12/05/10)
JEFFERSON CITY -- The historic 2011 session of the state legislature got a little more historic Thursday when presumptive Speaker of the House Steven Tilley, R-Perryville, announced that three of the 42 House committees will be chaired by minority party Democrats...
Senate showdown may permit year-end tax deal (12/05/10)
WASHINGTON -- Senate Republicans derailed legislation Saturday to extend expiring tax cuts at all but the highest income levels in a political showdown that clears a path for a compromise with the White House on steps to boost the economy. "We need to get this resolved and I'm confident we can do it," President Barack Obama said shortly after the near party-line votes. The public must have "the peace of mind that their taxes will not go up" on Jan. 1, he added...
Job growth for Nov. less than experts expected (12/05/10)
WASHINGTON -- The nation added only a trickle of jobs in November, far fewer than experts had expected and a reminder the economy is still recovering fitfully. The job market was weak all around: Stores, factories, construction companies and financial firms all cut positions. The unemployment rate nudged closer to double digits again -- 9.8 percent, after three straight months at 9.6 percent...
Ore. police search house near Islamic center that suffered fire, take samples (12/05/10)
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Police investigating an arson fire at the Islamic center where the Somali-born suspect in a Portland mass killing plot sometimes worshipped have searched a neighboring home and taken body cell samples from the man who lives there, court records show...
PayPal suspends WikiLeaks donation account (12/05/10)
BERLIN -- WikiLeaks has lost a major source of revenue after the online payment service provider PayPal cut off its account used to collect donations, saying the website is engaged in illegal activity. The announcement also came as WikiLeaks is struggling to keep its website accessible after service providers dropped contracts, and governments and hackers hounded the organization...
Slow climate talks take step forward (12/05/10)
CANCUN, Mexico -- The slow-moving U.N. talks on combating global warming took a step forward Saturday with revised proposals for a $100 billion-a-year climate aid fund and other issues for debate by the world's environment ministers this week. Despite that advance, the chairwoman of key closed-door negotiations warned the open conference that obstacles remain to what delegates hope will be a package of decisions Friday on financial and other side matters under the U.N. climate treaty...
Iran official accuses U.N. agency of sending spies, not nuclear inspectors (12/05/10)
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran's intelligence minister accused the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency of sending spies in the guise of inspectors to collect information about Iran's nuclear activities, state TV reported Saturday. The claim was another sign that Iran has hardened its stance since the assassination a week ago of a prominent nuclear scientist and the wounding of another. ...
High school roundup: Jackson boys earn first win of season (12/05/10)
All the area high school events reported Friday to the Southeast Missourian.
Perryville wins Woodland tournament (12/05/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- You know the basketball line about free throws and close games? The one that says making free throws wins them? Well, build a big enough lead and you can afford to miss a few. The Perrville Pirates demonstrated that in a 54-50 win over Leopold in the championship game of the Woodland Tournament on Friday night...
High school roundup: Central boys win Potosi basketball tournament (12/05/10)
The Central boys basketball team rolled to the title of the Potosi tournament Saturday with a 59-25 victory over Fox in the championship game. T.J. Tisdell led the Tigers with 22 points and eight rebounds, while Andrew Williams netted 18 points. James Lane had 12 points and six rebounds for the Tigers (3-0)...
Scott County Central captures championship at Oran tourney (12/05/10)
ORAN, Mo. -- Scott County Central overwhelmed Oran from the opening tip. The result? A third consecutive Oran Invitational boys basketball championship. The Braves blew past the host Eagles 84-32 to capture the title. SCC (4-1) wasted little time establishing its dominance, jumping out to a 13-0 lead in the first three minutes...
Redhawks fall to Eastern Washington in FCS playoffs (12/05/10)
The game was tied at halftime, but Southeast was outscored 20-0 over the final 30 minutes
Southeast players emotional but proud after loss in first playoff appearance (12/05/10)
Seniors Henry Harris and Joshua Jackson beamed with pride during their postgame interviews.
Faithful follow Redhawks to distant Roos Field (12/05/10)
Approximately 100 Southeast fans made the trip to Washington
Braves' Hatchett received early exposure to world of recruiting (12/05/10)
Bobby Hatchett was in the eighth grade when a college coach talked to him about playing basketball after high school for the first time. The soon-to-be star at Scott County Central was attending a camp at the College of the Ozarks when coach Steve Shepherd pulled him aside...
Coaches also play the role of salesmen (12/05/10)
College basketball coaches need to develop strong sales skills to succeed in the business. It's imperative they develop successful strategies to sell their programs and schools to potential recruits if the coaches hope to enjoy success. Coaches agree there's no better sales pitch than the prospect of playing for a winner...
EWU's Jones has bigger day than Harris (12/05/10)
CHENEY, Wash. -- Saturday's Football Championship Subdivision playoff game featured two of the nation's premier running backs on the FCS level, and neither disappointed. But Taiwan Jones' Eastern Washington squad bested Henry Harris' Southeast Missouri State team in a battle of Walter Payton Award candidates, which is presented to the best player on the FCS level. The Eagles knocked off the Redhawks 37-17...
Jackson gets first interception, first touchdown (12/05/10)
CHENEY, Wash. -- It took Joshua Jackson virtually all of four seasons to notch his first collegiate interception. And when Jackson finally got one, he didn't leave it at that. He also scored his first collegiate touchdown on the play during Saturday's 37-17 loss at top-ranked Eastern Washington...
Redhawks' offense sputters in second half (12/05/10)
Southeast managed just 26 yards in the second half against EWU's defense
Redhawks ride defense past Tennessee State, win 51-46 (12/05/10)
Southeast claimed its first OVC victory of the season
Southeast's early season troubles continue vs. TSU (12/05/10)
The Redhawks fell to 0-8 with a 77-67 loss to Tennesee State
Rams favored on road against plummeting Cardinals (12/05/10)
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The St. Louis Rams are favored on the road and a threat to win the NFC West. The Arizona Cardinals are in a free-fall with no sign of the bottom. My, how things have changed since Arizona's 17-13 season-opening victory at St. Louis...
Sharing the spirit: Horizon Enrichment Center participants will star in 'A Christmas Greeting,' a holiday production of their own making (12/05/10)
Rehearsals and practices are in full swing to perfect the upcoming production of "A Christmas Greeting" performed by the people who attend the Horizon Enrichment Center of Cape Girardeau. Cindy Schmoll, director of the center, said the participants have anticipated this production all year as the highlight of the Christmas season...
FYI 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
The Osage Community Centre will hold its annual Hot Shot Basketball Tournament competition at noon today. The competition consists of shooting from five hot spots on the court in three one-minute rounds. The competition is for boys and girls ages 7 to 16. ...
Lifelong mission: The Rev. Joshua Trotter believes his work has been a lifelong mission (12/05/10)
The Rev. Joshua Trotter, lead pastor of Vantage Point Church, believes his work for God has been a lifelong mission. Trotter was saved when he was 6 years old and said has seen God strategically place him into various leadership roles throughout his life. ...
Jackson man completes basic training (12/05/10)
Jackson resident Tyler R. Martin has recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, Martin studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, and physical fitness. He also received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches and field training exercises. ...
Deed of the week (12/05/10)
Kennett Jaycees continue annual 'Good Neighbor' project The Jaycees program in Kennet, Mo., is continuing its annual tradition of delivering holiday food baskets to families in need this Christmas season. Through community support and donations from area schools, businesses, organizations and individuals in Dunklin County Jaycees members are currently collecting a wide variety of food items to be included in their "Good Neighbor Project" for 2010. ...
Dexter graduate completes One Station Unit Training (12/05/10)
Hunter D. Almond recently graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training. Almond also completed the military police specialist course to acquire skills to provide combat area support, conduct battlefield circulation control, area security, prisoner-of-war operations, civilian internee operations, and law and order operations. ...
Adopt Spook (12/05/10)
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Adopt Calvin (12/05/10)
Calvin is about a year old and. He's well-mannered, friendly and loving. He enjoys being handled. For more information, contact the Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Pet of the week (12/05/10)
Girl Scouts help decorate Marble Hill girl's room (12/05/10)
When the Girl Scout Cadettes in Troop 50088 heard that there would be girls living in the new Habitat for Humanity home in Marble Hill, Mo., they knew they wanted to do something special for those girls. They saved $250 from troop fundraisers to support their service project idea. ...
Volunteering makes vacation special (12/05/10)
Kathy Boisvert, who teaches preschoolers with special needs near her home in Massachusetts, had never been overseas before she signed up with World Teach, a not-for-profit organization that matches volunteer teachers with overseas assignments. Boisvert spent her third summer at a tiny school in a small community an hour northeast of Cape Town, through World Teach. ...
Throw the Wikibook at them (12/05/10)
It is understandable for the administration to underplay the significance of the WikiLeaks State Department cables. But while it is wise not to go into a public panic, it is delusional to think that this is merely embarrassing gossip and indiscretion. The leaks have done major damage...
Nature calms the spirit (12/05/10)
Horses grazed in the fields, their gracefully curved necks stretching toward the ground. The once-green blades of grass were now brown and crunchy; they bowed down unable to stand in the crisp fall temperatures. Trees released their lifeless leaves to the ground so nature could bring more next season. The soil would gain healthy nourishment from those discarded leaves...
The impossible becoming possible (12/05/10)
One of my favorite Christmas stories is unbelievable. It sounds too good. This happened, but you won't believe it. I was a minister at a church where my wife and I were involved in a small group Bible study with some other couples. A week or two before Christmas a desperate mother called my office...
Solving the fiscal mess (12/05/10)
The two-day delay until Friday that Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson obtained before their debt-management commission decides on their tough-medicine recommendations may not be enough to produce the votes needed to send those proposals on to Congress...
Buck rub marks a deer's territory (12/05/10)
This picture shows a small willow tree that a whitetail buck deer has used to rub his antlers. During late summer and early autumn male deer push their antlers against, up and down the trunks of tree saplings in an effort to remove velvet from their antlers...
Laura SanGeorgio (12/05/10)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. — Laura J. SanGeorgio, 74, of Perryville died Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, at Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis. The funeral was held Saturday at Miller Family Funeral Home. Burial was private.
Wilma Allmon (12/05/10)
Wilma Laverne Allmon, 82, of Cape Girardeau passed away Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, at The Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born March 8, 1928, in Advance, Mo., to James and Mattie Nothdurft Dunning. She and Claude Allmon were married Sunday, April 18, 1948, in Delta...
Ella Mae Stone (12/05/10)
Ella Mae Stone, 73, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Wickliffe, Ky., and Villa Ridge, Ill., died Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be after 11 a.m. at Milner and Orr Funeral Home in Wickliffe. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Earnest Brown officiating. Burial will be in Wickliffe City Cemetery...
Robert Vitt (12/05/10)
ANNA, Ill. -- Robert Allan Vitt, 75, of Anna, formerly of Cobden, Ill., died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, at Jonesboro Rehab and Health Care Center. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Cobden. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Cobden, with the Rev. Uriel Salamanca and the Rev. Federico Higuera officiating. Interment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery in Cobden...
Dennis Brown (12/05/10)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Dennis Gene Brown, 52, of Marble Hill passed away Dec. 4, 2010, at Woodland Hills Nursing Home in Marble Hill. Born Feb. 7, 1958, in Lutesville, Mo., he was the son of Floyd Edgar and Virginia Alta Marie Crites Brown. A graduate of Woodland High School in 1976, he lived in Houston for more than 30 years, working in banking and security. ...
Terry Schmitt (12/05/10)
Terry Louis Schmitt 52, of Paducah, Ky., lost his courageous battle with cancer Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, at Western Baptist Hospital. Terry was born Oct. 16, 1958, in Paducah to loving parents Norbert and Amilda Kaufman Schmitt. On Aug. 28, 2004, he married the love of his life, the former Linda Job of Cape Girardeau, who joined him as a video producer at S&W Productions...
Erthel Jenkins (12/05/10)
Erthel Keesee Jenkins, 99, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010, at Ratliff Care Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Feb. 5, 1911, in Leora, Mo., to John and Ella Phelps Lufcy. She and Claude Keesee were married in 1928 in Jackson. Later she married George Jenkins...
Jack Hatley (12/05/10)
Jack Dean Hatley, 68, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Sept. 11, 1942, in Corning, Ark., to Milford E. and Della Mae Ware Hatley. He and Deborah Susan Crow were married April 12, 2004, at Gatlinburg, Tenn...
JoAnn Statler (12/05/10)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- JoAnn Statler, 63, of Perryville died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Sept. 21, 1947, at Dexter, Mo., daughter of Robert and Geraldine Pruitt Ridenhower. She married Kelly Statler on July 26, 1969, at Dexter...
Pam Reisenbichler (12/05/10)
Pamela "Pam" Reisenbichler, 46, of Jackson passed away Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, at her home. She was born Jan. 28, 1964, in Cape Girardeau, to the late Roy E. and Mary L. Grimes James. She and Kevin L. Reisenbichler were married Feb. 13, 1982. In addition to her husband, loving survivors include three children, Jessica and Curtis Reisenbichler and Crystal (Jason) Schuler, all of Jackson; six grandchildren; five siblings, Sheila (Mac) Young of Wood River, Ill., Marty (Joyce) Aldrich of O'Fallon, Mo., Manuel James (fiancee Judy) of Springfield, Ill., Frankie James of Jackson and Carla James of Jackson.. ...
Jean Swoboda (12/05/10)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Jean Swoboda, 88, of Cairo died Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, at Daystar Care Center. She was born Nov. 7, 1922, in Cairo, daughter of Edward J. and Abbie Williams Stuart. She married Roy E. Swoboda, who preceded her in death in 1989. In addition to her parents and husband, she was also preceded in death by two sisters, Eleanor Powell and Betty Stuart; a brother, Edward Stuart Jr.; and two infant sisters...
Inez Uhls Fiehler (12/05/10)
Inez Uhls Fiehler, 83, a longtime resident of Cape Girardeau, died of Alzheimer's disease Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, in Victoria, Texas. She was born Sept. 23, 1927, in Blytheville, Ark., to the late Frank and Agnes Gaines Kesler, the first of seven children. She married the late William Joseph "Joe" Uhls on May 30, 1950, after graduating from Southeast Missouri State Teachers College (now Southeast Missouri State University)...
Births 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Daughter to Jeremy Dean and Jessica Ann Tanz of Perryville, Mo., Saint Francis Medical Center, 12:54 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010. Name, Shaely Olivia. Weight, 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Third child, first daughter. Mrs. Tanz is the former Jessica Fabian, daughter of Allan and Sharon Fabian of Ava, Ill. ...
Schnurbusch - Bornstein (12/05/10)
Erica Danielle Schnurbusch and Aaron Robert Bornstein were united in marriage June 19, 2010, at Lemp Mansion in St. Louis. Dan Greene performed the ceremony. Pianist was Molly Young of Cape Girardeau. The bride is the daughter of Craig Benz of Pacific, Mo., and Beth Nielsen of LaVergne, Tenn. The groom is the son of Allan and Nancy Bornstein of Cape Girardeau...
Nguyen - Balsamo (12/05/10)
Peter and Valerie Nguyen of Chesapeake, Va., announce the engagement of their daughter, Thao Thu Nguyen of Virginia Beach, Va., to Luke Hodgson Balsamo of Norfolk, Va. He is the son of Charles and Sue Balsamo of Cape Girardeau. Nguyen is a graduate of Indian River High School in Chesapeake, and received bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees from the University of Richmond. She is a partnership vice president with United Surgical Physicians International...
Leimbach - Rellergert (12/05/10)
Richard and Kathleen Leimbach of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Dawn Marie Leimbach, to Tyson Lee Rellergert, both of Durango, Colo. He is the son of Jerry and Mary Fulton and Leroy Rellergert of Perryville, Mo. A March 5, 2011, wedding is planned at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Perryville...
O'Quinn - Daniel (12/05/10)
Greg O'Quinn and Penny O'Quinn of Tupelo, Miss., announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashleigh O'Quinn, to Christopher Daniel. He is the son of Charles and MaryAnn Daniel of Cape Girardeau. O'Quinn received a bachelor of art in journalism and a master of education in counseling from the University of Mississippi. She is employed with PaperSoPretty in Houston, Texas...
Stuckey - 50 years (12/05/10)
HOLTS SUMMIT, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. John Stuckey of Holts Summit celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Nov. 7, 2010, at Union Hill Baptist Church in Holts Summit. Hosts were their children. Stuckey and Pat Lynn were married Nov. 4, 1960, at Benton, Mo., by the Rev. Wesley Clark. Their attendants were Larry and Karen Kappler Diamond...
Gerler - 50 Years (12/05/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gerler of Gordonville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 22, 2010. Gerler and Ann Oehlert were married Oct. 22, 1960, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Perryville, Mo. Their attendants were Wanda Dow Hunt and Clinton Gerler...
Cape Girardeau fire report 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Jackson fire report 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday:...
Jackson police report 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Out of the past 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Over the objection of Cape Girardeau City Council member Loretta Schneider and council candidate Ken Richardson, the council last night gave final approval to a conflict-of-interest measure which allows its members to do business with the city. Cape Girardeau lawyer David S. ...
School menus Dec. 5-10 (12/05/10)
Cape Girardeau Elementary MONDAY--Hot dog or turkey & cheese on bun, mac & cheese, apple crisp. TUESDAY--Taco salad or ham & cheese on bun, refried beans, banana. WEDNESDAY--Ravioli or turkey & cheese on bun, green beans, garlic breadstick, pineapple...
Unanimous decision (12/05/10)
A casino locating in Cape Girardeau has been discussed and debated for nearly two decades, and the most recent process of determining which community and casino applicant would receive the state's final license was nothing short of thorough. Cape Girardeau citizens had the opportunity to vote on whether they support the operation of a casino in the city. ...
Prayer 12/5/10 (12/05/10)
Thank you, O God, that you didn't send your Son to condemn the world, but to save us. Amen.
Who's Ready for Christmas? (12/05/10)
A. J. Cook with Girl Scout Troop #50292 passes out candy in the 2010 Jackson Christmas parade.
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