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Stories from Monday, March 21, 2011

Council grants liquor license for Cape Mart, except for Sundays (03/21/11)
Nearby residents showed up in droves to protest Monday night, but Shah Faisal can open his new Cape Mart convenience store on North Fountain Street now that the Cape Girardeau City Council has granted him a liquor license. Council members said they had no choice but to grant the license at the council meeting, but neighbors did get one concession -- the council ruled the store won't be able to sell booze on Sunday...
Penalty of Death, Part 2: Bucklew abducts woman after murder, taking her on a nightmarish trip (03/21/11)
Shoot him!" Several Missouri State Highway Patrol cruisers circle a small, dark colored Honda along Interstate 270 in St. Louis. It's about 10 p.m., March 21, 1996. The cops know the driver is dangerous. He's apparently already killed a man, down in Cape Girardeau County, more than 100 miles south of here...
Council to look at outdoor music permit as possible solution to noise problem (03/21/11)
Creating a special outdoor music permit may be a "reasonable compromise" in Cape Girardeau's downtown noise ordinance controversy, according to city officials. The Cape Girardeau City Council will discuss the merits of such a permit at its 5 p.m. study session Monday, which is followed by the regular meeting at 7 p.m...
Cape school district considering transportation options (03/21/11)
The Cape Girardeau School District is traveling two paths in determining the future of transporting its students. As administrators investigate the possibilities of operating a district-owned bus system, requests for proposals are out to contract transportation service providers -- including longtime contractor, Cincinnati-based First Student Inc...
Celebration honors women's efforts in civil rights movement (03/21/11)
Members of the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee hoped to inspire leadership in a small congregation gathered at St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday by highlighting the lives of two black civil rights activists, the late Rosa Parks and Coretta Scott King...
Small fire spreads to Trail of Tears (03/21/11)
A small brush fire burning on private property off of Highway 177 in Cape Girardeau County sparked a small forest fire in the Trail of Tears State Park late Sunday. The fire, contained by the East County Fire Protection District and Fruitland fire crews, damaged less than three acres of the park near the Lake Boutin entrance...
Candidate questionnaire: John Gahan (03/21/11)
NAME: John Gahan AGE: 77 PLACE OF BIRTH: Perryville, Mo. SPOUSE, CHILDREN'S NAMES: Spouse: Debbie Gahan Children: Michael Gahan, Jack Gahan, Patrick Gahan, Brigid Megee OCCUPATION: Retired VD investigator EMPLOYER: U.S. government, Public Health Service...
Candidate questionnaire: Linda Reinwald-Pickup (03/21/11)
NAME: Linda Reinwald-Pickup AGE: 57 PLACE OF BIRTH: Marshall, Mo. SPOUSE, CHILDREN'S NAMES: Married to Dr. Harry W Pickup III, Children: Suzi Reinwald, Dana (Reinwald) Proffer, Christopher Pickup, and Sharon (Pickup) Thompson OCCUPATION: Retired kindergarten teacher...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
City hall, 401 Independence St. Study session, 5 p.m., today Meeting 7 p.m., today Public hearings Consent agenda New ordinances Appointments Other business...
Three in custody after meth-related fire in Advance (03/21/11)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Three individuals are behind bars following a Thursday house fire in Advance believed to have been caused by an exploding methamphetamine lab. According to Stoddard County Sheriff Carl Hefner, at 11:15 p.m. Thursday the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department received a call in reference to a structure fire on Highway 25 north of Advance, Mo...
Suit: Failing Missouri schools should pay for transfers (03/21/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri lawmakers are trying to prevent an influx of students transferring out of failing schools after the state Supreme Court partially sided with a group of St. Louis parents suing to force unaccredited districts to pick up the tab to send students to accredited schools...
South Carolina bill targets prisoners using Facebook (03/21/11)
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Islam Dunn updates his Facebook page with a phone like so many other 19-year-olds, only he must hide the device so the prison guards dont notice. The proliferation of cell phones smuggled into prisons has some inmates routinely updating their status from the inside, and South Carolina is considering becoming the first state to make that a crime.
States push harder for online tax collection (03/21/11)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Tax-free shopping is under threat for many online shoppers as states facing widening budget gaps increasingly pressure Amazon.com Inc. and other Internet retailers to start collecting sales taxes from their residents. Billions of dollars are at stake as more states look for ways to generate more revenue without violating a 1992 U.S. ...
Two Bush officials in running to lead FBI (03/21/11)
WASHINGTON -- Two officials who worked for President George W. Bush, including one who threatened to resign to block legally questionable anti-terror surveillance, have a realistic chance of being asked to head the FBI, according to people familiar with the search...
Haitians choose new president amid deep rage and uncertainty (03/21/11)
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Haitians scarred by decades of poverty, political corruption and natural disasters cast ballots Sunday for president in hopes a new leader could do what others have not: Replace homes and schools in the earthquake-devastated capital, improve education and create some optimism for the future...
U.S. involvement in Libya 'limited' (03/21/11)
ON BOARD A MILITARY AIRCRAFT -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Sunday the U.S. expects to turn control of the Libya military mission over to a coalition -- probably headed either by the French and British or by NATO -- "in a matter of days."...
Venezuelan leader condemns airstrikes (03/21/11)
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez condemned what he called "indiscriminate bombing" by the U.S. and its allies in Libya, saying Sunday that the assault is unjustified and will only unleash more bloodshed. Chavez said the U.S. is after Libya's oil, and warned President Barack Obama not to try any similar intervention in the South American country...
Yemen's leader abandoned by his own tribe (03/21/11)
SANAA, Yemen -- The U.S.-backed president of Yemen suffered a devastating political blow Sunday when his own powerful tribe demanded his resignation, joining religious leaders, young people and the country's traditional opposition in calls for an end to his three decades in power...
Japanese told not to drink tap water (03/21/11)
TOKYO -- Japan's Health Ministry says it has advised a village near a crippled nuclear plant not to drink tap water due to elevated levels of radioactive iodine. Ministry spokesman Takayuki Matsuda said Sunday that radioactive iodine three times the normal level was detected in Iitate, a village of about 6,000 people 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. That's still one twenty-sixth of the level of a chest X-ray and poses no danger to humans, he said...
Southeast Missouri State baseball team loses on ninth-inning grand slam (03/21/11)
The Southeast Missouri State baseball team has suffered some tough losses this season. None compare to what transpired Sunday afternoon at Capaha Field. But Southeast coach Mark Hogan took it in stride after a well-played contest that capped off a tight three-game weekend series...
Southeast Missouri State track team participates in first outdoors meet (03/21/11)
The Southeast Missouri State track and field program started its 2011 outdoor season with a host of strong performances at Saturday's Rhodes College Open in Memphis, Tenn. Southeast, which sent only its throwers and female sprinters to the meet, claimed 22 top-10 finishes, including two titles...
Southeast Missouri State softball team falls short of sweep (03/21/11)
The Southeast Missouri State softball team fell short of a sensational weekend. It still was a good weekend for the Redhawks, who won their second Ohio Valley Conference series in as many tries. Visiting Tennessee Tech salvaged a win in the three-game set with Sunday's 4-1 triumph...
Sharks attack early in 5-3 win vs. Blues (03/21/11)
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Joe Pavelski had two goals and an assist Saturday and the San Jose Sharks beat the St. Louis Blues 5-3 on a night they might have lost one of their top scorers to an injury. San Jose jumped out to a 3-0 lead less than 8 minutes in and thoroughly dominated the Blues. But there was more of a cause for concern than celebration when rookie Logan Couture had to be helped to the locker room early in the second period with an apparent right leg injury...
Cardinals' McClellan continues his strong preseason (03/21/11)
The right-hander held the Red Sox scoreless for five innings in St. Louis' 10-3 victory
OVC adds to the unpredictability of NCAA tourney (03/21/11)
The NCAA men's basketball tournament is off to another rousing start, thanks in part to an Ohio Valley Conference team pulling off a thrilling upset for the second straight year. No. 13 seed Morehead State stunned No. 4 Louisville 62-61 on Thursday as Demonte Harper hit a 3-pointer with 4.2 seconds left. A year ago it was No. 13 seed Murray State beating No. 4 Vanderbilt on a shot at the buzzer...
Applications available for advertising grant (03/21/11)
Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals (AMP) is accepting applications from not-for-profit organizations in Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois and western Kentucky for the 2011 Advertising for a Cause grant. The grant will provide advertising assistance, production and media placement valued at $90,000 for one regional public service organization...
Who's Who 2011: Raelenna Ferguson (03/21/11)
Ferguson, a broker/sales executive at Realty Executives of Cape County, is passionate about helping women and children around the world. She's led multiple service trips to Swaziland, Africa, coordinated Heart for Africa Fundraisers in Cape Girardeau, and will travel to Haiti this spring to volunteer in a women's clinic. ...
Talking Shop with Thomas M. Meyer, real estate agent (03/21/11)
Growing up in the real estate business in Cape Girardeau, Thomas M. Meyer says he always knew he'd follow in his father's footsteps. He's been involved with some of the largest commercial real estate transactions in the city in recent years and feels giving back to his community is an important business philosophy...
People on the Move 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton was elected president of the Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners' Association at the organization's state conference in Jefferson City, Mo., March 8 to 10. The association is divided into troops, similar to the Missouri State Highway Patrol and each troop has a director who assists members with training and legislative issues. ...
Who's Who 2011: Trinka Hileman (03/21/11)
Hileman is the director of Womancare at Saint Francis Medical Center, where she's worked since 1987. She is involved with the booster club at Notre Dame Regional High School, the American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon, Reach to Recovery and Look Good...Feel Better, RESTORE Breast Cancer Support Group, Dig For Life and the United Way of Southeast Missouri. She is a member of the Southeast Missouri Cancer Control Coalition and the Friends of Saint Francis board of directors...
Who's Who 2011: Toni Eftink (03/21/11)
Eftink is a project manager with Old Town Cape, and is involved with Chamber Young Professionals, River Heritage COOP, Southeast Missouri Arts Council, Storytelling Festival Committee and the Tri-State AMP Marketing Club. She helps plan such events as Tunes at Twilight, River Tales Classic Car Show, Parade of Lights and the Downtown Historic Home and Garden Tour. ...
Who's Who 2011: Sandy Duncan (03/21/11)
Duncan is involved with the Cape Girardeau Road Runners, Medical Fitness Association Missouri, Heart to Heart Committee, AARP Community Fitness Committee, Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce, and La Croix United Methodist Church. She is also a Southeast Missouri State advisory board member for the College of Health and Human Services. ...
Who's Who 2011: John Gary (03/21/11)
Gary grew up in Charleston, Mo., and now serves as executive director of Gibson Recovery Center and HillCrest Pointe in Cape Girardeau. He is involved with Community Caring Council; Missouri Bootheel Regional Consortium; Men at the Cross; Church of God in Christ Opportunity Family Outreach Center in Charleston, Mo.; Substance Abuse Coalition; Vision House; and the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce. ...
Who's Who 2011: Julia Unnerstall (03/21/11)
Unnerstall is involved with the Cape Schools Foundation Board, Junior Achievement Board, Cape Girardeau Historical Association, Southeast Missouri Hospital Association, Daughters of the American Revolution, Cape Central Boosters, Cape Central Football Mom's Club, and St. ...
Who's Who 2011: Scott Givens (03/21/11)
Givens, manager of HealthPoint Fitness in Jackson, advocates health and fitness at home, work and in the community. The 39-year-old father of four volunteers with health-related charities, promotes fitness among kids and adults, and is often spotted wearing Elvis getups and Superman costumes, all in the name of helping others. ...
Who's Who 2011: Cheryl Mothes and Rick Hetzel (03/21/11)
Cheryl Mothes, a financial adviser for Edward Jones, grew up in Sylvia, Kan., and now makes her home in Cape Girardeau. Her husband Rick Hetzel, a Jefferson City, Mo., native, owns R. Hetzel Properties LLC, Irish Golf Vacations and Moxie Publishing Co. Together, Mothes and Hetzel spend countless hours volunteering with local organizations, including the Safe House for Women and the Humane Society...
Who's Who 2011: Brenda Kluesner (03/21/11)
Kluesner is an account representative at The Printing Co., where she manages the business' Perryville and Farmington, Mo., offices. She has been credited for helping immensely with acquisitions of new locations, logistics and future employee hires. In addition, she manages a sales staff of four as well as two customer service representatives. ...
Who's Who 2011: Jay Wolz (03/21/11)
Wolz, supervisor of market management at SoutheastHEALTH, has applied his career expertise to a number of local organizations, and is also working to improve health education and access in Southeast Missouri. He is involved with United Way of Southeast Missouri, Tri-State Advertising & Marketing Professionals (2010-2011 president), Southeast Missouri State University Theatre and Dance Society; Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce, and is a former member of the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation Board. ...
Who's Who 2011: Traci Ritter (03/21/11)
Ritter is involved with LaCroix United Methodist Church Junior High Youth Group and Open Arms ministry, Alma Schrader PTA and is a Parent Advocate. She is a paraprofessional for the visually impaired in the Jackson School District, initiated the development of the district's Parent Partnership Council to improve the educational experience for students with disabilities, and works with the council on the school system's annual Disability Week. ...
Who's Who 2011: Kevin Noel (03/21/11)
Noel moved to Cape Girardeau 16 years ago from Monmouth, Ill., and has used his role as sales manager with Charter Media to broadcast charitable campaigns for groups like the United Way and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. He is a parishioner at St. ...
Who's Who 2011: Gordon Glaus (03/21/11)
Glaus is a partner at Dix & Glaus LLC, Attorneys at Law in Cape Girardeau, and is a former assistant prosecuting attorney. He serves as a member, public relations director and sponsor of CycleWerx Race Team, is involved with the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsors the SEMO Cycling Team. ...
Who's Who 2011: Jessica Estes (03/21/11)
Estes is a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso, Mo., the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce and the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, and she recently became a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri. During a recent Jackson Chamber of Commerce event, Estes won free airline tickets to Jamaica. ...
Who's Who 2011: Bob C. Summers (03/21/11)
At 33, Summers -- principal/owner at Schultz & Summers Engineering -- has established himself as the "go-to guy" for all things involving community infrastructure. Summers is chairman of Poplar Bluff Industries; a member of Greater Poplar Bluff Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board; parish board for Poplar Bluff First United Methodist Church; and a member of the Eagle Scout Board of Review...
Who's Who 2011: Teresa Birk (03/21/11)
Birk makes her living as an outreach coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association Walk. Birk has traveled to Swaziland with co-nominee Raelenna Ferguson, and the two worked together to organize Celebrate HOPE and additional service trips to Africa. She is also involved with the Walk to End Alzheimer's committee; Lutheran Family and Children's Services; St. ...
Who's Who 2011: Chrissy Warren (03/21/11)
Warren has been chief operating officer at Cross Trails Medical Center for nearly nine years. During that time, she's seen tremendous growth in the medical center's sites and services, including the opening of a new facility in Advance, Mo., in 2010. ...
Who's Who 2011: Michael Anders (03/21/11)
Anders, an executive vaccine sales representative for Merck Vaccines, lives and breathes Kiwanis service. The 43-year-old father of three serves as lieutenant governor for Missouri-Arkansas District Kiwanis Club; past president of Kiwanis Club of Cape Girardeau; adviser to Southeast Missouri State University Circle K Club; treasurer of Cape Kiwanis Scholarship Foundation. He is a certified asthma educator and a member of Merck Vice President's Club...
Who's Who 2011: Kevin Greaser (03/21/11)
As community bank president of Alliance Bank, Greaser is at a vantage point to understand the needs of his community. He holds leadership positions with many not-for-profit organizations in Cape Girardeau, and also spends time helping with hands-on charity and church projects. ...
Who's Who 2011: Dr. Julia Pewitt Kinder (03/21/11)
Kinder is a physician at Jackson Medical Center and at Doctors Express; medical director for VaxCare Corporation, Missouri and Texas, and a fitness instructor at Healthpoint Fitness. She is a strong advocate for children with special needs and contributes to many panels on health, wellness and special needs education. ...
Who's Who 2011: Sherri Brethold (03/21/11)
Brethold is the local American Red Cross chapter's health and safety director, an expert in the areas of first aid, Automated External Defibrillators (AED), emergency response, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and injury prevention. She's an advocate for the importance of safety and preparedness training because she understands that cardiac arrest or injuries happen at an instant, often with little warning, and people need to be prepared. ...
Who's Who 2011: Dr. Sonjay Joseph Fonn (03/21/11)
Fonn, a 42-year-old surgeon at Midwest Neurosurgeons in Cape Girardeau, gives freely of his time, money and talents. He is a gold sponsor of Celebrate HOPE Cape Girardeau; bronze sponsor of Relay for Life; sponsor of the Muscle Walk; sponsor of the Alzheimer's Association; has sponsored Heartland's Best Teachers; supported international students at Southeast Missouri State University's Diwali Festival; participated in the City of Cape Girardeau's Parade of Lights; guest of "Ask a lawyer, ask a doctor;" and hosted an American Red Cross blood drive.. ...
Who's Who 2011: Robyn Gautschy (03/21/11)
Gautschy is a member of the Zonta Club of Cape Girardeau and volunteers at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri; with Big Brothers Big Sisters; United Way's Read to Succeed program; and at the Missouri Veterans Home. She has participated in Relay for Life and attends church and Bible study. ...
Who's Who 2011: Jeremy Anderson (03/21/11)
Anderson, a partner/agent at Anderson and Green Insurance Agency in Sikeston, Mo., is known for his exceptional customer service, but serves the community in a number of areas, as well. With his involvement in two chambers of commerce, as well as some charitable organizations, the 33-year-old Sikeston native couldn't be more excited about the growth in his hometown. ...
Names in the news (03/21/11)
COUNTS, BRASCHLER RECOGNIZED POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Debra Braschler and Jeff Counts received the Briggs & Stratton Sump, Head and Conrod Business Improvement Team Suggestion of the Year Award for 2010. Their idea will save the company tens of thousands of dollars each year...
Business licenses (03/21/11)
Business licenses issued in Cape Girardeau during the month of February include the following:4 U Beauty and Fashion, 612 Broadway Bloom Studio & Gifts, 2121 Broadway C&E Cleaning Service, 29 S. Sprigg St. #5 China Wok, 1330 Broadway #102 Dino's Pizza, 1034 Broadway...
Tax liens (03/21/11)
Tax liens and lien discharges recorded at the offices of area recorders of deeds during the month of February are filed by the Missouri Department of Revenue, except as indicated by IRS designation. For more information, contact the recorder's office.
Bankruptcies (03/21/11)
Bankruptcies filed through February for the Southeastern Division of the Eastern District of Missouri's U.S. Bankruptcy Court are listed below with their corresponding case number. The Southeast Division includes the counties of Bollinger, Butler, Carter, Dunklin, Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard and Wayne. Court is held in Cape Girardeau...
Business briefs (03/21/11)
SEWING STORE OPENS IN P.B. POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Sew Much More opened Jan. 1 at 1103 Cherry St. The store, owned by Paula Hefner, sells fabric, quilting and sewing supplies, and offers sewing and quilting classes for all skill levels...
Living the law: For lawyers, business has remained steady throughout the economic downturn (03/21/11)
No area of the economy is recession proof, but law may be faring better than other markets, say locals working in the field. A recent Northwestern Law study reported 15,000 lawyer and legal-staff jobs have been lost since 2008, but prelaw professor Dr. Hamner Hill says that, when looking at the overall economy, that's a "minuscule" figure...
Poplar Bluff to host Chick-fil-A Leadercast (03/21/11)
POLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Poplar Bluff will host its first-ever Chick-fil-A Leadercast on Friday, May 6, inviting Southeast Missouri businesspeople to hear nationally-known speakers via simulcast from Atlanta. "We all get stuck in day-to-day ruts, no matter what kind of business we're in," says Christy Frazier, marketing director for Southern Bank in Poplar Bluff. ...
Marti Beasley (03/21/11)
Marti Sander Beasley, 50, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, March 19, 2011, at Southeast Hospital. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Chapel. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, with the Rev. David Pringle officiating...
Lloyd McElroy Jr. (03/21/11)
Lloyd McElroy Jr., 87, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, March 19, 2011, at Life Care Center of Cape Girardeau. He was born June 13, 1923 in Cape Girardeau to Lloyd and Elva Little McElroy. He and Fern Scheper were married Dec. 7, 1945, in Cape Girardeau...
Teresa Eftink (03/21/11)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Teresa Catherine Eftink, 85, of Chaffee passed away Saturday, March 19, 2011, at the family home. She was born at New Hamburg, Mo., on Jan. 2, 1926, to the late Henry Bennett and Pauline Helen Halter Horrell. She married George Albert Eftink on April 8, 1947, and he survives...
Kenneth Kuntze (03/21/11)
Kenneth Lee Kuntze, 77, passed away Friday, March 18, 2011, at his home in Jackson. Born May 18, 1933, near Tilsit, to Alvin and Thekla Lange Kuntze, he attended Tilsit schools and grew up working on the family farm. He and Ella Mae Sides were married April 18, 1954...
Gene Garris (03/21/11)
Gene Garris, 64, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, March 18, 2011, at his home. He was born Nov. 19, 1946 in Belleville, Ill., to James Harold and Irene Fauerbauch Garris. He and Janie Deweese were married Sept. 4, 1993, in Cape Girardeau. He is a graduate of Columbia High School in Columbia, Ill., and a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the U.S. Marine Corps...
Adele Brands (03/21/11)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. -- Adele Beussink Brands, 84, of Portageville died Sunday, March 20, 2011, at Golden Living Center in New Madrid, Mo. She was born Nov. 30, 1926, in Leopold, Mo., to Anthony and Mary Arnzen Beussink. She married Theodore "Tee" Brands on Jan. 20, 1951, in Portageville. He preceded her in death May 30, 1992...
Police report 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
Arrests The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Out of the past 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
Wetterau, Inc. of Scott City has acquired Food Horizons IGA Store in Cape Girardeau; Wetterau acquired the interests of Childs Food Inc., doing business as Food Horizons, and intends to continue serving IGA customers in the area. Cape Girardeau Realtor Thomas M. Meyer announces he will seek the Democratic nomination for the 159th District state House seat now held by Republican Mary Kasten, setting up a possible rematch between the two in the November general election...
Disaster kits (03/21/11)
Are you prepared? It's a popular question these days in light of the recent 9.0 magnitude earthquake that caused horrific damage in Japan. While some disasters such as hurricanes or winter storms can be predicted, some -- like the recent earthquake -- come without warning. This is all the more reason to be prepared...
The truth behind the studies (03/21/11)
I believe it's important to clear up some of the studies being pushed by the opposition to the smoke-free ballot measure -- most are biased and have been discredited. The 1995 Congressional Research Study that's used as a way to prove that secondhand smoke isn't harmful contains a controversial method of analysis that most scientists and public health officials don't accept. ...
Speak Out 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
WHERE is the NRA in all the shootings and killings that are occurring in the St. Louis area? We need to go back to good old fashioned gun control and stop putting guns in the hands of hoodlums and felons. MY fiance and I were in the recorders office to get a marriage license when in walks an officer with a prisoner. ...
Prayer 3/21/11 (03/21/11)
Thank you, O God, for the sword of the spirit, which is the word of God. Amen.
Rock Out for MS Weekend (03/21/11)
Mixing 10 will host the "Rock Out for MS Weekend" this Friday and Saturday, March 25th and 26th. Mixing 10 teams up with the Gateway Area Chapter of Multiple Sclerosis for a rockin' fundraising weekend. The event features FIVE area BANDS rockin' Mixing 10's stage to raise awareness and money for this worthwhile cause. ...
Josh Wortham in Concert at First Baptist Cape (03/21/11)
Joshua Wortham in Concert Wednesday, April 6 ~ 6:15 pm First Baptist Church 1289 Lexington Ave. Cape Girardeau, MO Joshua Nash Wortham is a native of Kentucky where he received a Bachelor of Music in Church Music from Campbellsville University. In May 2004 Joshua co-directed a performance tour with the Chamber Project throughout Brazil. This group gave the international premier of his choral suite, "Generations Sing Praise."...
Coaches, Parents Clinic to Focus on Concussions (03/21/11)
During Saint Francis Medical Center's Coaches and Parents Clinics on March 24, both coaches and parents will learn how to keep their student athletes healthy. The Coaches Clinic will run from 8 am to 2:30 pm, and the Parents Clinic will run from 6 to 9 pm...
Stay Alert in the Prevention and Management of Diabetes (03/21/11)
Currently 25.8 million Americans have diabetes and each year the number continues to increase. On March 22nd, the country will observe National Diabetes Alert Day. Observed annually on the fourth Tuesday of March, National Diabetes Alert Day serves as a wake-up call for people nationwide -- alerting them of the seriousness of diabetes. Preventing and controlling diabetes starts with changing your lifestyle -- and it's never too late to start with these simple steps:...
A door to where? (03/21/11)
A door somewhere in downtown Cape, don't remember for sure but I think it was at Port Cape, anyways it was very photogenic
Flag day (03/21/11)
flag day in North Cape County park, last year.
SMSC Storm U10 Boys 1st Place Champions (03/21/11)
2011 Blue City Blowout Copa Division 1st Place Champions. Pictured left to right, 1st row: Bryce Miller, Connor Chappius, Kalin Ellis, Brent Vandeven, Ryan Kinder, Cooper Emmons, Kaya Newkirk. 2nd row: Coach Andrew Lysell, Chayton Bass, Braden Noel, Cole Gerstenberger, Griffin Stewart, Jeffery Thornbrough, Dawson Crooks, Dawson Compas, & Coach Caleb Beussink...
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