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Stories from Friday, April 15, 2011

Dog killed in Cape Girardeau house fire (04/15/11)
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire Friday evening that ate through the first floor and killed a family pet at a home in the 2000 block of Thilenius Street. Firefighters were called to blaze at about 8 p.m. Upon arrival, they saw flames and smoke pouring out of an exterior opening...
Firefighters respond to Thilenius Street call (04/15/11)
Some business owners receptive to proposed downtown Cape taxing district (04/15/11)
Many downtown businesses owners say they don't mind having to pay more taxes if it means downtown will get the upgrades they say it needs. "I'm just a small piece of the pie around here. If they use it right, I don't mind," said Andrew Johnson, owner of The Comix Strip on Broadway. "Downtown needs a lot of work. It's a little behind the times when it comes to the way the streets are laid out. We don't have hardly any decorative-type things."...
Southeast Missouri State University students embark on weekend of volunteer projects (04/15/11)
Don't be surprised to find hundreds of Southeast Missouri State University students lending a hand around Cape Girardeau today and Saturday. More than 350 students are volunteering their time for "Southeast Gives Back," a Student Government initiative. The idea is to help improve the community while enhancing the social community on campus, said Katie Herring, Southeast Student Government president...
Area state park to showcase landscape, flora and fauna at night (04/15/11)
EAST PRAIRIE, Mo. -- Many people have seen Big Oak Tree State Park in the daytime, but very few have seen the sights and heard the sounds it has to offer at night. The East Prairie park is giving the public an opportunity to explore the boardwalk portion of the park at night through "Moonlight on the Boardwalk." The free event for all ages is set for 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday...
Local law enforcement says impact from detention center closing would be 'huge' (04/15/11)
A plan to close the Cape Girardeau County Juvenile Detention Center has raised serious concerns for the area's top law enforcement officials, who said Thursday it would have a significant impact on their departments as well as the troubled teens the center serves...
Missourians have until Monday to file tax returns (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - It is the traditional tax day, but Missourians have three more days to file their 2010 state and federal income tax returns. The returns must be postmarked by midnight Monday instead of Friday because Washington, D.C., is observing April 15 as Emancipation Day...
Ferry between Missouri, Kentucky closed due to high water (04/15/11)
HICKMAN, Ky. (AP) - A western Kentucky ferry that is the only direct route between Kentucky and Missouri has closed again, only nine days after reopening. The Dorena-Hickman Ferry stopped service Thursday afternoon due to high water on the Mississippi River. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says it's expected the ferry will remain closed until about the middle of next week...
Dropout rate costs Missouri economy millions a year (04/15/11)
High school dropouts are costing Missouri hundreds of millions of dollars in lost earnings and spending every year, according to a new study. "Education and the Economy," released by the not-for-profit Alliance for Excellent Education, a national policy and advocacy organization, tracks the economic potential of bolstering graduation rates...
Crews fight fire near Bollinger County line (04/15/11)
A structure fire broke out just off Highway 34 in Cape Girardeau County, near the Bollinger County line, around 7 p.m. Thursday. Several fire departments responded to the call, including Millersville, and fire companies from Marble Hill and surrounding Bollinger County provided mutual aid. At least two ambulances responded to the scene, but it was unclear whether anyone was injured...
House votes to eliminate state sentencing commission (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Lawmakers in the Missouri House voted Thursday to repeal a law that created the Sentencing Advisory Commission, a panel that issues to judges recommendations about sentences for felonies. The bill's sponsors, including Rep. ...
New reviews lower estimates of 1811-1812 New Madrid quake strengths (04/15/11)
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Previous estimates of the strength of the 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes in northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri were too high, some earthquake experts say.
Paving policy lowering easement size approved by Cape Girardeau County Commission (04/15/11)
A new paving policy that now requires a 50-foot minimum easement rather than the previous 60-foot qualification was unanimously approved by the Cape Girardeau County Commission at its meeting Thursday. First District Commissioner Paul Koeper, who outlined the new policy, said with a 20-foot minimum of pavement, a 50-foot easement will allow 5 feet on both road sides for shoulder and ditch space, which he said is an adequate amount...
Kinder yet to repay state for hotel costs (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder is about a week overdue on a pledge to repay the state $35,050 that he received for hotel stays in the St. Louis area. Kinder said April 5 that his campaign would pay the state by the end of last week. But as of Thursday, that had not happened...
Suspect arrested following fatal Caruthersville shooting (04/15/11)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. -- A trail of blood led police to a suspect in a fatal shooting Wednesday. Caruthersville police report a 50-year-old Caruthersville man is in custody at the Pemiscot County Jail as the investigation continues into the death of Stephen Francis "Stevie" Smith, 29, of Caruthersville. An autopsy is scheduled for today on Smith at the Mineral Area Medical Facility in Farmington, Mo...
Highway 91 bridge in Scott County to close for improvements (04/15/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Work to replace the Highway 91 bridge over Drainage Ditch No. 1 in Scott County is anticipated to begin Monday, weather permitting. As construction is underway, the road will remain closed from Route P to Route CC. Completion is expected in early June. ...
Interstate 55 in Cape Girardeau County will be reduced for pavement repairs (04/15/11)
Southbound Interstate 55 will be reduced to one lane while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. This section is from U.S. 61 south in Cape Girardeau County to U.S. 61 south in Scott County. Work will be done from 6:30 Thursday night to 4:30 Friday morning, weather permitting. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area. For more information, contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636...
Volunteers recognized at Drury Lodge luncheon (04/15/11)
Tea party holding disaster preparedness forum at Cape Girardeau library (04/15/11)
The Cape Girardeau County Tea Party is sponsoring a disaster preparedness forum. The event begins at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Cape Girardeau Public Library. An official from the American Red Cross Southeast Missouri chapter will present information on earthquake preparedness, and Bill Garner will provide an overview on disaster survival, "man-made or natural," according to an event organizer...
Poplar Bluff woman accused of stabbing boyfriend while on pain pills (04/15/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- An apparent domestic dispute Wednesday morning sent a Poplar Bluff man to the hospital with stab wounds and his girlfriend to jail. Officers with the Poplar Bluff Police Department responded at about 6:15 a.m. to Patricia Green's residence in the 600 block of North D Street...
Missouri House rejects state Senate redistricting map (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- As expected, the Missouri House Thursday morning refused to accept the congressional district map drawn by the state Senate and has voted to send the map back to the Senate, asking it to take up and pass the original house map. ...
Mo. House passes Wallingford's Advance Placement measure (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri House has passed legislation that would give grants of up to $500 to students who score well on Advanced Placement tests. Students who receive financial aid from the A+ Schools or Access Missouri programs could receive the grant if they score a 3 or higher on two tests in math or science subjects...
Sports brain injury bill clears House by wide margin (04/15/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri House has passed legislation requiring high school athletes to be removed from games if they appear to have a concussion or brain injury. Players would have to remain out of competition at least 24 hours and get clearance from a licensed medical professional before they return to play...
World's oldest man dies in Montana at 114 (04/15/11)
GREAT FALLS, Mont. -- Walter Breuning's earliest memories stretched back 111 years, before home entertainment came with a twist of the radio dial. They were of his grandfather's tales of killing Southerners in the Civil War. Breuning was 3 and horrified: "I thought that was a hell of a thing to say."...
Rising prices for gasoline push up wholesale costs (04/15/11)
WASHINGTON -- A spike in the cost of gasoline pushed wholesale prices higher in March, a trend that could limit consumer spending in the coming months. Still, most economists don't expect that will lead to widespread inflation because businesses are wary of raising prices when most people aren't getting significant pay increases...
FAA official resigns after news of sleeping traffic controllers (04/15/11)
WASHINGTON -- The official who oversees the nation's air traffic system resigned Thursday and the Federal Aviation Administration began a "top to bottom" review of the entire system following disclosures of four instances of air traffic controllers sleeping on the job...
Census: Hispanics surpass blacks in most U.S. metropolitan areas (04/15/11)
WASHINGTON -- Hispanics now outnumber African-Americans for the first time in most U.S. metropolitan areas, shifting the political and racial dynamics in cities once dominated by whites and blacks. Census figures released Thursday highlight the growing diversity of the nation's 366 metro areas, which were home to a record 83.7 percent share of the U.S. ...
House passes record $38 billion in budget cuts (04/15/11)
WASHINGTON -- The House gave strong bipartisan approval Thursday to a record $38 billion in cuts from hundreds of domestic programs, clearing the way for a final vote in the Senate on the first major compromise between President Barack Obama and newly empowered Republicans in Congress...
Jury convicts Mass. man in Obama-church fire case (04/15/11)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- A federal jury on Thursday convicted a 26-year-old white man of burning down a predominantly black church in Springfield in the hours after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, a crime prosecutors say was fueled by racist anger...
Ford widens recall of F-150 pickup to nearly 1.2 million (04/15/11)
DETROIT -- Ford bowed to pressure from regulators Thursday and widened a recall of America's top-selling vehicle, the F-150 pickup, because its air bags can deploy at the wrong time. The recall now covers nearly 1.2 million F-150s built for the 2004 and 2005 model years and some built for 2006. An electrical short can cause the air bags to inflate without a crash and could injure drivers...
Fort Sumter re-enactors wind down with surrender (04/15/11)
FORT SUMTER NATIONAL MONUMENT, S.C. -- Re-enactors played "Yankee Doodle" as they took away the Union flag and recreated Fort Sumter's surrender to Confederate attackers 150 years ago Thursday, winding down a commemoration of America's plunge into the Civil War...
Obama visits his hometown to restart fundraising (04/15/11)
CHICAGO -- President Barack Obama said Thursday that the 2012 presidential campaign will be about how to solve the country's fiscal challenges without doing harm to "the America we believe in." Even while claiming he was avoiding partisan potshots, the president sought to reanimate supporters who swept him into the White House in 2008 on promises of change, including liberals disappointed at his compromises with the GOP...
More seek jobless benefits, but overall trend positive (04/15/11)
WASHINGTON -- More people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the first increase in three weeks. Still, the broader trend points to a slowly healing jobs market. The government says applications for unemployment benefits rose 27,000 to a seasonally adjusted 412,000 for the week ended April 9. That left applications at their highest point since mid-February...
Gadhafi defiant despite NATO airstrikes in Tripoli (04/15/11)
TRIPOLI, Libya -- Moammar Gadhafi rolled defiantly through the streets of Tripoli, pumping his fists as he poked through the sun roof of a sport utility vehicle Thursday -- the same day that NATO airstrikes shook the city. The alliance's foreign ministers, while united in their aim to pressure the Libyan leader to go, argued at a meeting over whether to step up military operations that have so far failed to rout him...
Syrian president orders release of protesters (04/15/11)
BEIRUT -- Syria's president ordered the release Thursday of hundreds of detainees involved in a month of protests seeking to wrest political freedoms from one of the Middle East's most repressive governments. The order, announced by state TV, signaled an attempt by President Bashar Assad to calm weeks of growing protest anger and pre-empt what is expected to be another day of large demonstrations today...
Japan emperor, wife make first trip to disaster zone (04/15/11)
TOKYO -- Japan's respected emperor visited the country's earthquake- and tsunami-ravaged disaster zone for the first time Thursday as frustration rose over the nation's inability to gain control over a crisis at a nuclear plant crippled by the twin disasters...
Bishop admits abusing 2nd nephew (04/15/11)
BRUSSELS -- A former Belgian bishop at the center of a pedophile scandal said Thursday that he also abused a second nephew and insisted he had no plans to abandon the priesthood. In his first television interview since the scandal broke a year ago, Roger Vangheluwe claimed he paid one nephew he abused for years tens of thousands of euros in support, but denied it was meant to keep him silent...
Palestinian prime minister hails donor endorsement (04/15/11)
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- The Palestinian prime minister on Thursday hailed the international community's endorsement of his development efforts as a "birth certificate" for an independent state, but said outside intervention may be needed to make a future Palestine a reality...
Scott City baseball team overcomes its miscues to beat Chaffee (04/15/11)
Scott City defeated Chaffee 6-4 despite eight fielding errors and a running blunder
Sikeston baseball team rallies past Jackson, wins 11-7 (04/15/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- The Sikeston baseball team rallied behind a solid pitching effort by sophomore Trey Tigart for an 11-7 victory over Jackson on Thursday at VFW Stadium. The Bulldogs appeared to be on the verge of another long afternoon after surrendering four runs in the top of the first inning to Jackson. Sikeston fell behind by eight runs in the second inning in Wednesday's loss to Kennett...
High school roundup: Oak Ridge wins on Thomas' walk-off HR (04/15/11)
All the local high school results reported Thursday to the Southeast Missourian.
Southeast Missouri State tabs Margenthaler as women's basketball coach (04/15/11)
Southeast Missouri State officially announced the hiring of former Wisconsin assistant Ty Margenthaler as the new women's basketball coach at a news conference Thursday morning.
Shafer says new Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach is 'good fit' (04/15/11)
Southeast Missouri State director of athletics John Shafer said he has no doubt that Ty Margenthaler is the right person to lead the university's women's basketball program back to prominence. Margenthaler, an assistant at Wisconsin the past five years, was introduced Thursday as the seventh coach in the program's history...
Two Southeast Missouri State tennis players voted all-OVC (04/15/11)
Nyenwe becomes first Redhawks player selected OVC freshman of the year
Southeast Missouri State baseball team will launch homestand vs. UTM (04/15/11)
Southeast baseball will play two OVC series and eight straight games at Capaha Field
Cardinals defeat Dodgers 9-5 (04/15/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Albert Pujols homered for the second time this season and Matt Holliday drove in three runs and scored twice as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-5 on Thursday night. The Dodgers' second homestand of the season opened with a heavy security presence inside and outside the stadium, the result of a San Francisco Giants fan being severely beaten on opening day last month...
Band, disband (04/15/11)
Lots of things in life prove transient. Unfortunately, that sometimes includes bands in Cape Girardeau. Surtsey will play a farewell show at 9 p.m. Saturday at Pitter's Cafe and Lounge. The trio hit the Cape Girardeau scene in 2009. It played shows around town, a slot the River City Music Festival and in cities across the Midwest but has been far less active in the past year or so...
Let it be (04/15/11)
A few weeks ago, I told you about the cellphones my wife and I had found. These phones do what cellphones are supposed to do. They send and receive phone calls. Period. These cellphones are not representative of the technological wizardry of modern hand-held devices that do remarkable things. It just happens that my wife and I are not remarkable people, nor do we need remarkable machines that fit in our pocket or purse...
Metal mania: 'The Aluminum Show' hits the Bedell Stage with lots of audience interaction (04/15/11)
A different kind of metal show will enter the Bedell Performance Hall on Monday. "The Aluminum Show," a dance show that uses aluminum sets, costumes and props to tell the story of a baby aluminum tube in search of its aluminum mommy and daddy tube, will be at 7:30 p.m...
Illusionist David DaVinci discusses Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's 'Zing Zang Zoom' circus (04/15/11)
David DaVinci was 6 when he found a magic kit in the closet. He was instantly hooked. But perhaps the real magic was that he had finally discovered a way to compete with his brother. "He's three years older than me, and I would always try to be as good as he was," DaVinci said in a phone interview. "Magic was a creative outlet."...
Southeast Missouri native writes about love affair with Ray Charles (04/15/11)
Young women have always dreamed of meeting their favorite entertainers, but Marci Harris Soto, formerly of Lutesville, Mo., actually met hers: Ray Charles. They had a 30-year love affair, and now Soto has written a book about it, "Ray and Me." Soto, known to her friends in Lutesville as "Doody" Harris, met Charles in New Orleans. ...
ARTifacts 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
Arts and entertainment briefs
Best bet: 43rd annual Dogwood-Azalea Festival (04/15/11)
Things are blooming in Charleston, Mo. The 43rd annual Dogwood-Azalea Festival continues through Sunday, with an arts and crafts fair, parade, candlelight tour, piano praise concert and 5K run/walk among the many activities highlighting the town's dogwood trees and azalea bushes. ...
Frederick Stortz (04/15/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Frederick "Sonny" W. Stortz Jr., 73, of Perryville died Thursday, April 14, 2001. Arrangements are pending with Young and Sons Funeral Home in Perryville.
Catherine Hogan (04/15/11)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Catherine L. Hogan, 85, of Cairo died Thursday, April 14, 2011, in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 1:30 p.m. to service time Sunday at First Southern Baptist Church. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at the church, with the Rev. Tom Hoskins officiating. Private burial will be in Beechwood Cemetery in Mounds, Ill...
Robert Kiefer (04/15/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Robert J. Kiefer, 70, of St. Ann, Mo., formerly of Perryville died Thursday, April 14, 2011, at St. Charles Hospital in St. Charles, Mo. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to service time Sunday at Miller Family Funeral Home...
Martha Rushing (04/15/11)
ORAN, Mo. -- Martha Leann Rushing, 21, of Oran died Thursday, April 14, 2011, at her home. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to service time Saturday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Ed Carter officiating. Burial will be in New Morley Cemetery at Morley, Mo...
Lavina Rellergert (04/15/11)
Lavina W. Rellergert, 88, of Jackson died Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at Monticello House. She was born June 20, 1922, in Old Appleton, daughter of August and Louise Trapp Rellergert. Lavina was a housekeeper at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Apple Creek, Mo., from 1951 to 1967, and then at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Cape Girardeau from 1967 to 1984. She had previously been a nurse's aide at St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. She had also worked at the brewery in Old Appleton...
Bradley Prevallet (04/15/11)
Bradley Vincent Prevallet, 51, formerly of Cape Girardeau, passed away Sunday, April 10, 2011, at West County Care Center in Manchester, Mo. He was born Sept. 6, 1959, in Cape Girardeau, to Richard Prevallet and Mary Shirrell Drake. Brad completed kindergarten at Trinity Lutheran School in May 1965. On July 16, 1965, Bradley fell from his bicycle and sustained an injury from which he never recovered. He has been a patient at South County Habilitation Center in St. Louis since 2004...
Betty Obermann (04/15/11)
Betty Ann Obermann, 82, of Jackson died Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at Monticello House. She was born Nov. 6, 1928, in Cape Girardeau, to Arthur C. and Bertha Vasterling Fuhrmann. Betty was married to Arthur Lee Obermann on Jan. 10, 1948. Betty graduated from Central High School in Cape Girardeau. She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jackson. Betty worked at the Jackson Hosiery Mill and later was office manager with Obermann and Sons Plumbing and Heating in Jackson...
Harry Sullivan (04/15/11)
Harry A. Sullivan, 83, a Prineville, Ore., resident, died Wednesday, March 30, 2011, at the home of a son Patrick in Prineville. At his request no public service will be held. Harry was born May 17, 1927, in Cape Girardeau, son of Richard H. and Ida A. ...
Michael Wilson (04/15/11)
Michael Stephen Wilson, 28, of Jackson died Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at his home. He was born Sept. 22, 1982, in Cape Girardeau, to Stephen James and Margaret Ann Greer Wilson. He and Kelli Niswonger were married Dec. 27, 2008, in Cape Girardeau. Michael was a member of Calvary Temple in Cape Girardeau. ...
Cape Girardeau fire report 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Jackson police report 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Theft...
Out of the past 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
Ronald Wikel of Brown Shoe Fit Co. here is the new president of the Greater Cape Girardeau Downtown Merchants Association; he succeeds Shirley Hoener. Town and Country Gardens on Cape Rock Drive has been consolidated with Town and Country Florist, 211 West Park Mall; both are now in the mall...
What the tea party stands for (04/15/11)
In response to a recent letter to the editor, we feel it appropriate to address some of the accusations made toward the tea party. Ever since the inception of the modern-day tea party, there has been a deliberate effort by some to demonize us as nothing more than a bunch of redneck, gun totin', right-wing zealots hellbent on taking this country back to the dark ages. ...
Historic preservation (04/15/11)
Recently students, alumni, faculty and friends of Southeast Missouri State University's Historic Preservation Program gathered to celebrate the program's 30th anniversary. While the idea for the program is now seen as a forward-thinking proposal, 30 years ago its future was uncertain...
The earth's continuous cyclic change (04/15/11)
As I was perusing through a June 2010 edition of National Geographic, I came across two articles dealing with Greenland. The first article was of course about the disappearing glaciers of the island. It was the second article that really caught my attention, though...
Speak Out 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
CYCLISTS share the road with cars, but not at the same level. Not all riders share the busy roads in the same manner. Cars traveling at greater speeds must slow down and wait to pass riders who do not move to the paved shoulder or sidewalk. I take exception to the pastor's comments regarding the dress code at Scott City. ...
Prayer 4/15/11 (04/15/11)
O Heavenly Father, may we daily seek the truth and be committed to honesty. Amen.
Cape School District receives coveted state award (04/15/11)
Cape Girardeau Public Schools received the coveted Distinction in Performance award from the State of Missouri during the 51st Annual Recognition Banquet Thursday evening at the Show Me Center. It was the fourth time and the second year in a row that the district has received the state honor. ...
He Is Risen! (04/15/11)
Two Services you won't want to miss! First Pentecostal Church 3054 Lexington Ave 573-335-9291 Cape Girardeau, Mo 63701 www.fpccape.com Palm Sunday A special Palm Celebration and an interactive Bible Lesson Just for Kids during the morning worship service! Then they are dismissed to Bible Discovery, a fast-paced, fun and exciting time of learning, fellowship and amazement!...
Tickets Remain for Cardinals Game Day Trip May 8 (04/15/11)
Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation is again sponsoring St. Louis Cardinals Game Day Trips in 2011. Patrons can ride to St. Louis by charter bus for a small fee plus the price of a discounted ticket. The first trip will be Sunday, May 8, as the Cards take on the Milwaukee Brewers. The first 25,000 fans in attendance will receive a commemorative Bank of America Mother's Day pink mini bat. Ticket price includes a free hot dog and soda during the game...
Baseball Size I 55 Cape (04/15/11)
Look in the windshield, I got to "keep" one softball size hail that landed on my car! My car has lots o dimples!
Awesome Storm Cloud (04/15/11)
Taken on Hwy 177 at the mouth of Bella Vista Lake Estates, outside of Jackson Mo, near Proctor and Gamble.
Hail (04/15/11)
Hail about the size of a nickle from storms that moved through Cape Girardeau in the afternoon of April 15, 2011
Thunderstorm in Jackson. April 15 (04/15/11)
This is taken from North Jackson looking toward Cape as the sirens were sounding.
Tornado clouds in Jackson, MO (04/15/11)
Tornado clouds
Building project at First Pentecostal on Lexington (04/15/11)
Phase one of our expansion at First Pentecostal Church 3054 Lexington Ave Cape Girardeau, MO. Is almost completed!
United Way Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon (04/15/11)
The United Way celebrated the 22nd Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on April 14th and recognized these volunteers for their outstanding commitment to our community. First row: Bekki Cook, Whitney Pohlman, and Rhonda Parker. Second row: Peggy Childers, Linda Currin, Mae Cueller, Cindy Buchheit, and Geneva Ruesler. ...
Meet My Pet Bunny, Snickers! (04/15/11)
My rabbit likes the flowers in our back yard.
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