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Stories from Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Missouri anti-smoking group touts tobacco legislation (03/29/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Anti-smoking and health care advocates are urging Missouri lawmakers to approve legislation targeting cheap cigarettes. The measure would require tobacco companies that were not part of a 1998 settlement with states to pay what bill supporters describe as their fair share of money into a trust fund. ...
Advance school officials say a tax levy increase on the ballot is needed to maintain classes as they are (03/29/11)
ADVANCE, MO. -- One teacher, 34 students. That's a ratio that doesn't equal academic success, according to Stan Seiler, superintendent of the Advance School District. But this year, an Advance fifth-grade class has 34 students, and a sixth-grade class numbers 30. While the district has kept elementary class sizes at 15 to 19 students, Seiler said, rising pupil-to-teacher ratios are a reality of today's revenue-strapped public school systems...
Smoke-Free group collects $83,000 to Stand Up Cape's $3,050 (03/29/11)
Citizens for a Smoke-Free Cape on Monday reported total contributions of nearly $83,000, almost all of which came from the American Cancer Society, to persuade voters to pass a citywide smoking ban next week. That figure left leaders of the opposition, which reported a relatively meager $3,070, aghast. Meanwhile Smoke-Free Cape contends the opposition rhetoric is meant to put a smoke-screen over the health hazards of secondhand smoke...
House bill would allow tax on cell phones to fund 911 (03/29/11)
Some Missouri legislators have introduced a bill in the House to establish a tax on mobile services, a surcharge they say could benefit struggling 911 call centers. The bill's sponsor, Rep. Ed Schieffer, D-Troy, said as currently written it would authorize counties, with voter approval, to put a tax of up to 75 cents a month on mobile phones...
Delta teen gets 120-day shock treatment for high school arson (03/29/11)
A Delta teenager jailed since late last year on arson and multiple burglary charges faces 10 years in prison if he doesn't apply himself in a 120-day treatment program with the Missouri Department of Corrections, a judge decided Monday. Jeriel M. Brooks, connected in January to the Delta High School fire that occurred in August, was sentenced to serve 10 years for the arson, two burglary charges and a stealing charge...
Southeast Missouri State University student sentenced for assault (03/29/11)
A judge ruled Monday that a Southeast Missouri State University student connected to a December 2009 beating will not serve time in jail. Circuit Court Judge Benjamin F. Lewis ordered Antonio Garritano, 20, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault charges Feb. 28, complete two years of supervised probation. With his ruling, Lewis suspended the imposition of a prison sentence...
Funds from Schultz sale to help pay for Central Junior High library (03/29/11)
Money from the sale of the property that once served as the Cape Girardeau School District's high school will help pay for a new junior high library. The Cape Girardeau School Board on Monday approved a resolution authorizing the use of $1.368 million in trust funds from the sale of the Louis J. ...
Jackson woman sentenced to probation for drug paraphernalia (03/29/11)
A Jackson woman authorities found in possession of drug paraphernalia last October was sentenced to probation Monday by Circuit Court Judge Benjamin F. Lewis. At the Cape Girardeau County Courthouse, Lewis ordered Tamani S. Routhieaux to complete five years of supervised probation, suspending the imposition of a prison sentence...
Renovation continues at Duck Creek Conservation Area (03/29/11)
PUXICO, Mo. -- Renovation work at Duck Creek Conservation Area north of Puxico is continuing under the Missouri Department of Conservation's Golden Anniversary Wetlands Initiative. "We're trying to basically manage water more efficiently and restore natural water flow where we can," said MDC Wetland Ecologist Frank Nelson...
Cape County government to partner with law enforcement, church for incident training (03/29/11)
Cape Girardeau County is teaming up with La Croix United Methodist Church to bring incident preparedness training to the region's faith-based and law enforcement communities. On Monday, the Cape Girardeau County Commission received an application summary report on a $3,800 Department of Homeland Security grant for intruder awareness and response training. ...
Federal tax lien of more than $16,000 filed against Stoddard County prosecutor (03/29/11)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- A federal tax lien has been filed against Stoddard County Prosecuting Attorney Russell Oliver and his wife for taxes apparently owed in 2008 and 2009. A representative of the IRS filed a "notice of federal tax lien" on March 11 with the Stoddard County Recorder of Deeds office against Russell and Jennifer Oliver of the 18000 block of County Road 426 at Bloomfield...
City hosts open house for changes to Cape Girardeau development code (03/29/11)
The city of Cape Girardeau hosted an open house about its new development code Monday night, which drew one member of the public. City engineer Kelly Green led the discussion, largely in front of members of the Cape Girardeau City Council and the city's Planning and Zoning Commission. Green and other city employees went over changes to the development code as it relates to subdivisions, site plans and utilitites...
Candidate questionnaire: Duston Stone (03/29/11)
NAME: Duston Stone AGE: 28 PLACE OF BIRTH: Cape Girardeau SPOUSE/CHILDREN: Grandson of Von and Della McAlister. Son of Becky McAlister. OCCUPATION: Union Pacific Railroad BUSINESSES OWNED, ALL OR IN PART: Landowner PREVIOUS OFFICES HELD OR SOUGHT: Current director of the Illmo Special Road District...
Candidate questionnaire: Troy A. Smith (03/29/11)
NAME: Troy A. Smith AGE: 48 years old PLACE OF BIRTH: Advance, Mo. SPOUSE, CHILDREN'S NAMES: Spouse -- Paula Smith Children -- Shea Smith, Taylor Smith, Macey Smith OCCUPATION: Line technician EMPLOYER: Procter & Gamble Paper Products PREVIOUS OFFICES HELD OR SOUGHT:...
Candidate questionnaire: Vance Todt (03/29/11)
NAME: Vance Todt AGE: 49 PLACE OF BIRTH: Oran, Mo. SPOUSE, CHILDREN'S NAMES: Wife -- Tammy Son -- Logan Daughter -- Morgn OCCUPATION: Computer draftsman (AutoCAD operator) EMPLOYER: Industrial Systems PREVIOUS OFFICES HELD OR SOUGHT: Guardian Angel School Board (past)...
Candidate questionnaire: Daniel Lance (03/29/11)
NAME: Daniel Lance AGE: 24 PLACE OF BIRTH: Cape Girardeau OCCUPATION: Freight train conductor EMPLOYER: Union Pacific Railroad PREVIOUS OFFICES HELD OR SOUGHT: None WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE FACING SCOTT CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS?: I think the most important issue concerning this year's election is the same as it is every year, the students of Scott City School. ...
Candidate questionnaire: Dwight C. White (03/29/11)
NAME: Dwight C. White AGE: 37 BIRTH PLACE: East Prairie, Mo. SPOUSE AND CHILDREN: Cindy White, Abby White, age 11, in the fifth grade and Kylie White, age 7 in the first grade. Both attend Kelly School OCCUPATION: Territory manager covering St Louis, Columbia & Southeast Missouri...
Psychology scholarship endowed by SEMO professor (03/29/11)
The Department of Psychology at Southeast Missouri State University recently announced the establishment of the Paul J. Lloyd Endowed Psychology Scholarship through the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. Paul and Karen Lloyd of Cape Girardeau gave $10,000 to create the award...
Nearly 500 attend concert at Bedell Performance Hall (03/29/11)
Highway 51 to be reduced (03/29/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- The westbound left turn lane on Highway 51 at Edgemont Boulevard in Perryville will be reduced to one lane Monday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform traffic signal repairs. Weather permitting, the work will be done between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
Americans spending more, but much of that is going down their gas tanks (03/29/11)
WASHINGTON -- Americans are earning and spending more, but a lot of the extra money is going down their gas tanks. Gas prices have drained more than half the extra cash Americans are getting this year from a cut in Social Security taxes. Unlike some other kinds of spending, paying more for gas doesn't help the economy much. Most of the money goes overseas, and higher prices leave people with less money to buy appliances, computers, plane tickets and other things that can be postponed...
U.S. stock indexes falter despite improving economic reports (03/29/11)
NEW YORK -- Stocks closed with slight losses Monday after falling in the last half-hour of trading. Major indexes had been up for most of the day after several economic reports suggested that the recovery is continuing. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 22.71 points, or 0.2 percent, to 12,197.88. The broader S&P 500 index lost 3.61, or 0.3 percent, to 1,310.19. The Nasdaq composite fell 12.38, or 0.5 percent, to 2,730.68. Each index had been up more than 0.4 percent earlier in the day...
Obama defends U.S. military action in Libya (03/29/11)
WASHINGTON -- Defending the first war launched on his watch, President Barack Obama declared Monday night that the United States intervened in Libya to prevent a slaughter of civilians that would have stained the world's conscience and "been a betrayal of who we are." Yet he ruled out targeting Moammar Gadhafi, warning that trying to oust him militarily would be a costly mistake...
Lawmakers take dim view of light bulbs (03/29/11)
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina lawmakers are taking a stand in favor of states' lights. With incandescent bulbs being phased out under federal law in favor of energy-efficient compact fluorescents, legislators want to exempt South Carolina from the measure, saying Washington has no business telling the state how to light its closets and countertops...
Moose among stolen art treasures (03/29/11)
SAN DIEGO -- San Diego County authorities are looking for art thieves who have made off with at least 18 metal, wood and concrete statues -- including a 600-pound bronze moose. The North County Times reports the thieves have stolen nearly $44,000 worth of lawn art since October. The artworks included Buddha yard statutes, a life-size aluminum colt, a 3-foot-tall statue of the Virgin Mary and a copper statue of three children valued at $15,000...
Beer giant to purchase Chicago-based Goose Island (03/29/11)
CHICAGO -- St. Louis-based beer giant Anheuser-Busch is buying Chicago-based Goose Island brewery for $38.8 million in a deal announced Monday. Anheuser-Busch said the move will help Goose Island meet a growing demand for Honkers Ale and its other brands. Anheuser-Busch has distributed Goose Island beers since 2006...
Rebels nearing Gadhafi's hometown (03/29/11)
BIN JAWWAD, Libya -- Rebel forces bore down Monday on Moammar Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte, a key government stronghold where a brigade headed by one of the Libyan leader's sons was digging in to defend the city and setting the stage for a bloody and possibly decisive battle...
Japanese nuclear utility apologizes again and again (03/29/11)
TOKYO -- The utility behind Japan's biggest nuclear plant disaster can't seem to get much right. The obviously harried officials from Tokyo Electric Power Co. have repeatedly announced botched radiation readings, corrected themselves over and over and indulged in seemingly endless rounds of apologies...
Syrian leader may lift state of emergency (03/29/11)
DAMASCUS, Syria -- Syrian President Bashar Assad wavered between cracking down and compromising Monday in one of the Middle East's most authoritarian and anti-Western nations as thousands of protesters in a southern city defied security forces who fired tear gas to disperse them...
11 troops killed in Pakistan attack (03/29/11)
PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- Islamist militants ambushed a convoy of Pakistani troops traveling close to the Afghan border on Monday, killing 11 of them in an unusually bloody attack, a government official said. The dead included a colonel and a captain in the Frontier Corps, a paramilitary unit that is being trained by a small contingent of American special forces soldiers...
Retooled Notre Dame baseball team roughs up Scott City (03/29/11)
The Notre Dame baseball team defeated new district rival Scott City 12-3
Central's Connell snares medalist honors at Notre Dame Invitational golf tournament (03/29/11)
Poplar Bluff provided the unchanging portion of the Notre Dame Invitational golf tournament Monday at Bent Creek Golf Course. Central's Corey Connell represented that part that is subject to change. While the Mules won their ninth consecutive team title, Connell claimed the honor of medalist...
High school roundup: Neil Johnson tosses one-hitter in Woodland baseball team's win (03/29/11)
All the scores from Monday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian
Southeast Missouri State football team to open with tough test (03/29/11)
The Southeast Missouri State football team will open its season at home against Southern Illinois
Southeast Missouri State baseball game rescheduled (03/29/11)
Southeast Missouri State's home baseball game against Mid-Continent scheduled for today was moved to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Capaha Field. The change was made because of today's forecast. Southeast is 12-11 while Mid-Continent, an NAIA program from Mayfield, Ky., is 17-10...
Cardinals' Westbrook struggles vs. Marlins in his final exhibition start (03/29/11)
JUPITER, Fla. -- Ricky Nolasco was pleased after his latest spring outing. Nolasco, making his fourth appearance, gave up two hits in six strong innings and the Florida Marlins used a four-run third inning to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 on Monday...
Folk remedies for colic do not work, review says (03/29/11)
CHICAGO -- That nonstop crying of a baby with colic has some parents turning to popular folk remedies. Unfortunately, there's no good evidence they work, according to a review of 15 studies. The results don't surprise New York City mom Leni Calas, 32. She tried many treatments studied, including fennel extract, sugar drops and massage, and says nothing worked for baby Roxy, who cried almost nonstop for six months...
Optometrists: Nintendo 3DS could ID vision issues (03/29/11)
NEW YORK -- U.S. eye specialists are welcoming the Nintendo 3DS game device, dismissing the manufacturer's warnings that its 3-D screen shouldn't be used by children 6 or younger because it may harm their immature vision. On the contrary, the optometrists say, it's a good idea to get your children to try the 3-D screen, especially if they're younger than 6. It won't do any harm, they say, and it could help catch vision disorders that have to be caught early to be fixed...
Katie Staley (03/29/11)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Katie Jo Staley, 54, of Mounds died Monday, March 28, 2011, from an apparent heart attack while driving a school bus on Shawnee College Road in Ullin, Ill. Arrangements are incomplete at Jones Funeral Home in Villa Ridge, Ill.
Thelma Kirby (03/29/11)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Thelma J. Kirby, 87, of Tamms died Sunday, March 27, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Jones Funeral Home in Tamms is in charge of arrangements.
Mary Hale (03/29/11)
Mary Elizabeth Hale, 74, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Scott City died Sunday, March 27, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center. She was born July 26, 1936, in Fornfelt (now Scott City), to Arlie William and Viola Mowery Smith Sr. She married Floyd Frank Hale on April 22, 1953, in Benton, Mo. He preceded her in death on Oct. 4, 1993...
Kimberly Hendrix (03/29/11)
Ann "Kimbo" Hendrix, 39, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, March 27, 2011, at her home. She was born June 25, 1971, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Edward W. and Mary A. Scheffer Hendrix. Kimberly attended the Horizons Enrichment Center day activity program. She was a graduate of Parkview State School and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church...
Rosebud Call (03/29/11)
Rosebud M. Call, 92, of Jackson passed away Sunday, March 27, 2011, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home, where she had lived the past 18 months. The oldest of five children, she was born March 11, 1919, in Jackson, to Lawrence and Amelia Engelmann Call. She attended St. Paul Lutheran Grade School and was a 1937 graduate of Jackson High School...
Betty Goodlin (03/29/11)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Betty J. Goodlin, 84, of Mound City died Friday, March 25, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born June 9,1926, in Cairo, Ill., daughter of Henry J. and Lizzie Farley Lieb. She married John Goodlin, who preceded her in death...
Gerry Slinkard (03/29/11)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Gerry Dale Slinkard, 62, of Chaffee died Saturday, March 26, 2011, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. He was born Sept. 30, 1948, in Randles, son of Hubert Wilson and Evelyn Mobley Slinkard. He and Iris Lee Taylor were married July 20, 1965. She died April 1, 2006...
Billie Bonds (03/29/11)
HERRIN, Ill. -- Billie Lee Bonds, 73, of Herrin, formerly of Kankakee, Ill., died Sunday, March 27, 2011. He was born June 29, 1938, at Randles, son of John Henry and Rosie E. Brease Bonds. He and Shirley Ann Kincade were married March 18, 1960. She preceded him in death Jan. 15, 2006...
Elsie Boren (03/29/11)
Elsie Boren, 88, formerly of Altenburg, Mo., died Monday, March 28, 2011, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Wells. Burial will be in Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery...
Estella Gooch (03/29/11)
Estella Gooch, 68, of Whitewater died Monday, March 28, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson. Funeral service is 10:30 a. m. Friday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Luther Rhodes officiating. Burial will be in Whites Mill Cemetery in Ellsinore, Mo...
Louise Johns (03/29/11)
Louise Johns, 93, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, March 28, 2011, at Ratliff Care Center. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau.
Births 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
Son to Aaron Don and Julie Ann Kuehle of Cape Girardeau, Saint Francis Medical Center, 8:03 p.m. Sunday, March 20, 2011. Name, Wesley Lawrence. Weight, 8 pounds, 4 ounces. First child. Mrs. Kuehle is the former Julie McGowen, daughter of Jim McGowen and Marsha McGowen of Cape Girardeau. She is a certified registered nurse anesthetist at Saint Francis. Kuehle is the son of Donald Kuehle and Karen of Jackson. He is employed at HealthPoint Rehab/Southeast Health...
Franklin Elementary (03/29/11)
Franklin Elementary School Third Quarter A Honor Roll 4th grade: Kinyon Hodges, Kris Hopkins, Kaya Thatch, Neva VanMeter, Sydney Whitehorn, Owen Sheehan, Graeme Moore, O'Malley Martin, T.K. Babers, Drake Persinger. B Honor Roll 4th grade: Briann Jenkins, Caylon Randle, Dylan Coonts, Nakyla Bird, Janyia Bell, RanNeisha Dunn, Eugene Hall, Kayla Stanton, Bennie Smith, Aminah Saffold, Katerra Lane, Amillion Kuykendoll, Beyonce Depree, Kaybreonna Clark, Kwayauna Chisom, Destiny Scott, Dinah Pryor, Michael McCartney, Tyanna Bragg-Dixon, Nathan Blackmon, Bianca Ayers.
Leopold Elementary School (03/29/11)
4th grade: Mackenzy Devenport, Brady Eeftink, Madison Eftink, Mya Eldridge, David Gray, Jessica Hester, Collin James, Grant Koenig, Ryan Lewis, Macy Morehead, Hannah Thiele, Patience VanderMierden, Hannah Vandeven. 5th grade: Dalton Forrester, Bayleigh Gentry, Tristen Graham, Brooke Horrell, Brice Jansen, Jared Landewee, Jesse Peters, Makaylee Richards, Shelby Schreckenberg, Savannah Shaffer...
Meadow Heights Junior & Senior (03/29/11)
Meadow Heights Junior & Senior High Third Quarter Superintendent's Honor Roll 7th grade: Sara Haupt, Cheyenne Long, Kelsey Reed, Brittany Shrum, Taylor Wyatt. 8th grade: Emma Cook, Cheyenne Curry, Ireland Halbrook, Kiana Hotop, Alaina Lochirco, Rebecca Mayfield, Macy Mills, Charity Nelson, Morgan Politte, Destiny Ramos, Tereena Wagner...
South Elementary (03/29/11)
Jackson South Elementary School Third Quarter 5th grade: Blake Bening, Kasey Brown, Madi Dowdy, Grayson Ward, Allison Weston, Jordan Asmus, Allison Carnell, Katelyn Fehr, Bo Goddard, Gavin Harrell, Kaitlyn Keller, Cade Lattimer, Mahaileea Massey, Colin Schumer, Katie Schumer, Hannah Summers, Sydney Watson, Nathan Brown, Abby Chrusciel, Jeremy Cooley, Shai Daughtery, Lucas Farrow, Alex Featherston, Olivia Hallet, Warren Kelley, Austin Lambert, Emma Masterson, James Mosley, Park Poore, Aislinn Roberts, Colin Schlitt, Paige Seabaugh, Blake Thompson.. ...
Cape Girardeau fire report 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs Southeast Missouri State University The Southeast Missouri State University Department of Public Safety reported the following items. Theft...
Jackson police report 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Theft...
Out of the past 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
Three men have expressed interest as possible candidates for the Cape Girardeau sheriff's position made vacant by Thursday's resignation of Dwight Thomas; hopefuls are Jackson police chief Robert Clifton, Cape Girardeau police Lt. Stephen Strong and Norman W. Copeland, who was appointed interim sheriff by the county commission...
K-9 heroes (03/29/11)
In 2004 Marshia Morton approached the Scott County Emergency Management Department about forming a K-9 Search and Rescue unit. Morton's bold idea has resulted in a 12-member volunteer unit, the only unit of its kind between St. Louis and Memphis. The unit's members and dogs -- who regularly participate in training opportunities -- provide a needed service. While the end result is often not a happy one, the members' dedication has brought closure for many families...
Empathy is lacking (03/29/11)
The recent series by Scott Moyers is a cruel refreshing of horrible memories. The victims of such horrors are not only the dead and their survivors but also the survivors of the murderer, sometimes just helpless children. I know such a family and they are hurt by it. The editor needs to imagine his own family in such a nightmare. Your interest is misplaced, and your empathy is lacking...
Giving dogs a decent life (03/29/11)
A recent letter to the editor titled "Fixing Prop B" neglected to mention that Humane Society of the United States was not the only organization to fund Proposition B. Missourians for the Protection of Dogs is a coalition of many organizations that worked to pass Proposition B. The members are the Humane Society of Missouri, the Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation, ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and Best Friends Animal Society...
Smoking ban goes too far (03/29/11)
The group that drafted the smoking ban ordinance (from a national organization template) continues to argue with themselves about the dangers of smoking. No one in Stand Up Cape has ever stated that smoking cigarettes cannot be harmful to your health, but we are a nation of laws. ...
Speak Out 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
AS usual, people have taken a health issue, not smoking in restaurants around families and children, and turned it into a political issue. Come on people. This is a health issue, not private property rights issue. WHY are the schools needing to cut down having the buses pick up students when they don't cut out having the buses take the students to ballgames? Also, Kelly is wanting to start football, soccer and golf. Money needs to be put toward education, not sports...
Prayer 3/29/11 (03/29/11)
O God, may we earnestly seek Your good, pleasing and perfect will for our lives. Amen.
The Renaissance tour (03/29/11)
Mark Schultz Renaissance Tour -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Location New Mckendree United Methodist Church South Campus 1770 S. Hope St. (Hwy 25) Jackson, Missouri 63755 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
" Ironed Jawed Angels" will be viewed & discussed (03/29/11)
The League of Women Voters of Southeast Missouri and the Cape River Heritage Museum will screen the movie "Iron-Jawed Angels" about women's fight for the right to vote on Wednesday, April 6, at 7 pm at the museum, 538 Independence Street, in Cape Girardeau. ...
Copperheads defeat Warriors 50-30 (03/29/11)
The SEMO Copperheads went on the road this past weekend to face-off against the West Central Warriors in Archie MO. Both teams were coming back from a win after the Copperheads defeated the Newton County Warriors at there home opener in Sikeston, and the Warriors defeated the Springfield Lightening. ...
Cape County South Park (03/29/11)
The flowering trees were in full bloom this week at Cape County South Park. A beautiful spot for lunchtime break.
Bollinger County Springtime (03/29/11)
Idyllic scenes surround us in Bollinger County.
Magnolia Trees (03/29/11)
Magnolia trees in full bloom are a gorgeous sight.
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