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Stories from Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Mo. House speaker forms special disaster committee (06/07/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Speaker of the House wants information on whether to call the legislature into special session to deal with the string of natural disasters afflicting the state this spring. Speaker Steven Tilley, R-Perryville, has formed a committee, chaired by Speaker Pro Tem Rep. ...
Steam engine leaves Cape, takes area ticket winners to Poplar Bluff (06/07/11)
Union Pacific's Great Excursion Adventure, led by the company's locomotive No. 844, left Cape Girardeau Monday morning after a stopover Sunday. The train continued on a route that will lead it out of Missouri and eventually back to its home in Wyoming...
Husband is person of interest, not suspect, in local woman's disappearance (06/07/11)
When Jacque Sue Waller left her sister's Ste. Genevieve, Mo., home June 1, she was the happiest her family had seen her in months.
Cape council gives initial approval to law aimed at 'nuisance' parties (06/07/11)
A new law that takes aim at so-called "nuisance" parties in Cape Girardeau was given first-round approval by city leaders Monday night, but the group pushing for it called it "toothless" until landlords are also held responsible.
Gov. Nixon urges corps to OK Birds Point levee plan (06/07/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon is urging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to approve plans for a temporary levee to protect land in Southeast Missouri. The corps breached the Birds Point levee along the Mississippi River last month to reduce the flooding threat to Cairo, Ill. The levee breach flooded 130,000 acres and damaged or destroyed houses in the floodway...
Fla. woman hired as Cape's new parks director (06/07/11)
When Julia Thompson becomes Cape Girardeau's new parks and recreation director July 11, it will be a homecoming, of sorts. While she earned her nearly 30 years of parks experience in Florida, Thompson has strong Cape Girardeau ties, including a stint at Southeast Missouri State University and a well-known mother who was born here 86 years ago and still lives here...
Training focuses at Cape library on poverty mindset (06/07/11)
By better understanding the mindsets of people in poverty, those offering help will make more of an impact, according to Carla Fee, a poverty educator in the Cape Girardeau School District. Fee spoke about how poverty affects learning, language and everyday living Monday at "Living Below the Line," an event sponsored by Love INC of Southeast Missouri...
Cape County Commission tables proposals for department restructuring (06/07/11)
Proposals by two Cape Girardeau County departments could save taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars, but some officeholders worry that raises attached to the consolidations could come at a price to employee morale.
Cape Girardeau waste station to close a few days (06/07/11)
The Cape Girardeau Solid Waste Transfer Station will close next week. The station, at 2500 S. Sprigg St., will close at 3:45 p.m. June 15 and reopen at 7 a.m. June 20 while weight scales are repaired. Residents can take storm debris, yard and vegetative waste to the drop-off site near South Sprigg and LaCruz streets during the closure. That location is open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 339-6778...
Former area football coach accused of stealing fundraiser money (06/07/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- The former head coach of the Poplar Bluff Mules football team was charged Friday with stealing nearly $1,200 from a fundraising account. Michael "Shane" Kearbey, 38, was charged with felony stealing by Butler County Prosecuting Attorney Kevin Barbour...
Man dead after Sunday crash in Perry County (06/07/11)
An East Prairie, Mo., man is dead following a Sunday night rollover crash on southbound Interstate 55 in Perry County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The one-vehicle crash occurred around 9 p.m., when James Parson, 72, overcorrected, crossing both lanes of the interstate. Parson then traveled off the west side of the road and overturned into a drainage ditch. He was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene...
Second person dies from Uniontown accident (06/07/11)
UNIONTOWN, Mo. -- An elderly St. Mary, Mo., man died Sunday, three days after being involved in a one-vehicle accident north of Uniontown. Robert E. Price, 85, died at a St. Louis hospital due to serious injuries from the crash that occurred around 6:30 p.m. Thursday. His wife, Leora E. Price, 87, was pronounced dead at the scene...
Army expects full breach of Missouri River levee in Iowa (06/07/11)
HAMBURG, Iowa -- Crews scrambled Monday to protect a southwest Iowa town from the swollen Missouri River, but local officials said it's unclear whether they'll be able to prevent the river from leaving the community under several feet of water for weeks...
Flood may aid protected birds, fish (06/07/11)
BISMARCK, N.D. -- The swollen Missouri River that promises to be a prolonged headache for small towns and farmers along its path is likely to be a boon for several protected and endangered species living in or near its basin, biologists say. The piping plovers and interior least terns that lay eggs on the river's sandbars are likely to find more room to do so once the river recedes. ...
Damage estimate to Joplin schools at $151M (06/07/11)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- The estimated cost of repairing or replacing tornado-damaged schools in the Joplin School District has climbed to $151 million. Superintendent C.J. Huff and his administrative team met Friday with Gov. Jay Nixon and his team, as well as insurance adjusters, representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and representatives with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency...
Katie Couric makes move to ABC for daytime show (06/07/11)
NEW YORK -- Katie Couric has worked morning TV, the evening news and will now enter the world of daytime talk in the post-Oprah Winfrey era. ABC announced Monday a multiyear-deal with Couric to produce the talk show, set to bow in September 2012. She will work for ABC News in the interim...
Economic concerns sink stocks for 4th straight day (06/07/11)
NEW YORK -- Lingering concerns about the U.S. economy pushed the stock market lower for a fourth straight day. With little new economic data, investors remained focused on Friday's unemployment report. "Wall Street came back, quickly and very strongly, at a time when the populace was still weak in terms of low job growth and low wage growth," said Daniel Penrod, a senior industry analyst at California Credit Union League. "That appeared to be overly optimistic."...
Wildfire forces evacuation of another town (06/07/11)
SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. -- Stiff winds whipped up a gigantic blaze in the mountains of eastern Arizona on Monday, forcing the evacuation of a third resort town and casting a smoky haze over states as far away as Iowa. Winds of about 30 mph, with gusts above 60 mph, blew heavy smoke from the fire into Greer, a picturesque town where most of the 200 fulltime residents had already fled. Everyone still there and in the nearby area known as Sunrise were ordered to leave Monday afternoon...
Weiner admits lying about photo but won't quit job (06/07/11)
NEW YORK -- A tearful Rep. Anthony Weiner on Monday admitted sending a lewd photo of his underwear-clad crotch to a young woman over Twitter and then lying repeatedly to protect himself. In a flash of defiance, Weiner refused to resign even as Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi called for a House ethics investigation into whether he broke the rules...
Sources: Edwards emails prove payments to mistress (06/07/11)
WASHINGTON -- Prosecutors have obtained emails between John Edwards and a former aide to use as evidence at trial that he knew about payments to his pregnant mistress even while he was publicly denying it, people familiar with the case said Monday...
Obama: Afghanistan troop cuts will be 'real' (06/07/11)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will order a "real drawdown" of U.S. forces from Afghanistan starting in July, the White House insisted Monday, a milestone in a long war that is testing the patience of the American people and Congress, particularly after the killing of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden...
Santorum enters White House race warning of Obama (06/07/11)
SOMERSET, Pa. -- Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum, a blunt talker who is popular among social conservatives, plunged into the 2012 Republican presidential sweepstakes Monday, saying he wants to protect American freedoms under threat from President Barack Obama...
Conn. man assaults self, lies to cops (06/07/11)
FARMINGTON, Conn. -- Connecticut police say a man punched himself in the face, tore his shirt and threw his wallet and keys in a river to convince police he had been assaulted. Farmington police said Monday that Daniel Vagnini was arrested after reporting that he has been assaulted, then admitting he made up the story...
Germany: Sprouts not E. coli source (06/07/11)
HAMBURG, Germany -- First they pointed a finger at Spanish cucumbers. Then they cast suspicion on sprouts from Germany. Now German officials appear dumbfounded as to the source of the deadliest E. coli outbreak in modern history, and one U.S. expert called the investigation a "disaster."...
Crackdown expected after attacks in Syria (06/07/11)
BEIRUT -- Armed men killed 120 Syrian security forces and torched government buildings Monday in a northern region where troops have unleashed deadly assaults on protesters for days, Syria said. The government vowed to respond "decisively," hinting at an even more brutal crackdown by a regime known for crushing dissent...
U.S. pushes for solution in Yemen (06/07/11)
SANAA, Yemen -- With the wounded president out of Yemen, the United States and Saudi Arabia scrambled Monday to arrange a power transfer ensuring an end to his decades-long rule. But a top official said President Ali Abdullah Saleh, recovering in Saudi Arabia, would return home within days, a step almost certain to reignite violence...
Violence on rise in Iraq as deadline nears for U.S. pullout (06/07/11)
BAGHDAD -- Five American soldiers died Monday when a barrage of rockets slammed into a base in a Shiite neighborhood of Baghdad -- the largest, single-day loss of life for U.S. forces in Iraq in two years. The attack follows warnings from Shiite militants backed by Iran and anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr that they would violently resist any effort to keep American troops in Iraq past their year-end deadline to go home...
Area digest 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
The Southeast Missouri Cobras 16-under baseball team won the Missouri/Illinois 18-under Bi-State tournament Sunday at Lake St. Louis with a pair of comeback victories. The Cobras (6-0) defeated the St. Louis Jays 7-6 in the championship game. Kyle Harris had two doubles for the Cobras, who also got two hits from both Brad Potts and Travis Phillips...
Cape Legion drops pair to Dunklin County (06/07/11)
The Cape Girardeau Ford & Sons Post 63 American Legion baseball team didn't begin District 14 play the way it wanted. But Monday's 5-4 loss to Dunklin County in the first game of a doubleheader that marked Cape's home opener did little to dim Post 63's enthusiasm...
Pujols silences talk with monster weekend (06/07/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Albert Pujols laughed at the scrutiny over his longball drought, saying it could've lasted twice as long -- three times, even -- and he still would've been the same dangerous presence at the plate. The three-time NL MVP wondered why so many people were obsessed with his 105 at-bat stretch between home runs that ended late last month...
Cardinals use first-round draft pick on Wong (06/07/11)
St. Louis opted for the second baseman from Hawaii with the 22nd pick overall in the 2011 MLB draft
Apple's Steve Jobs returns from medical leave for unveiling of iCloud (06/07/11)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple CEO Steve Jobs briefly emerged from a medical leave Monday to unveil a free service that lets customers share calendar entries, songs and other files among their devices more easily. The company also announced new software to make Mac computers behave more like mobile devices and Apple's mobile devices more like rival smartphones...
Wet spring, stagnant water mean 'mosquito summer from hell' (06/07/11)
Poor Lewis and Clark. The mosquitoes were so bad during their 1804 journey across Missouri they must have entertained a notion or two of canceling the whole expedition. "Musquiters so thick & troublesome that it was disagreeable and painful to continue," wrote William Clark in his journal during that fateful trip...
30 years after first AIDS cases, hope for a cure (06/07/11)
Sunday marked 30 years since the first AIDS cases were reported in the United States. And this anniversary brings fresh hope for something many had come to think was impossible: finding a cure. The example is Timothy Ray Brown of San Francisco, the first person in the world apparently cured of AIDS...
Chinese chicken salad gets a healthy summer makeover (06/07/11)
Restaurant diners hoping to lighten their load often go for salads. The usual suspects? The grilled chicken Caesar, the Cobb and Chinese chicken salad. Here's the problem: They're not always as light as you might think. At one popular national chain, the Chinese chicken salad has almost 25 grams of fat and the Cobb salad has 80 grams. You might as well just eat a cheesy pizza...
Dorothy Jones (06/07/11)
Dorothy L. Jones, 75, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, June 6, 2011, at Life Care Centers of Cape Girardeau. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Chapel.
Gladys Lehne (06/07/11)
Gladys P. Lehne, 98, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, June 5, 2011, at the Lutheran Home. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Betty Faulkner (06/07/11)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Betty J. Faulkner, 78, of Marble Hill died Monday, June 6, 2011, at Woodland Hills in Marble Hill. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until service time Wednesday at Hutchings Funeral Chapel. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Lessley Ridge Cemetery...
Thomasene Dickinson (06/07/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- Thomasene Y. Dickinson, 59, of Anna, formerly of Lake Villa, Ill., died Thursday, June 2, 2011, at Union County Hospital in Anna. The funeral and burial will be private. Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna is in charge of arrangements...
Elda Loenneke (06/07/11)
Elda I. Loenneke, 90, of Jackson died Monday, June 6, 2011, at Jackson Manor. McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson is in charge of arrangements.
Leora and Robert Price (06/07/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Leora E. Price, 87, and Robert E. Price, 85, of Perryville died within three days of each other as a result of an automobile accident Thursday near Uniontown, Mo. She died Thursday and he died Sunday. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and from 6:30 to 8 a.m. Thursday at Young and Sons Funeral Home in Perryville...
Dorothy Darby (06/07/11)
Dorothy M. Darby, 86, of Delta died Sunday, June 5, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 3, 1925, at Marquand, Mo., to Benton and Beulah Abbott Sheppard. She and Loy R. Darby were married Jan. 18, 1946. He preceded her in death Sept. 12, 1982...
Hubert Taylor (06/07/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Hubert Joseph Taylor, 95, of Perryville died Sunday, June 5, 2011, at his home. He was born Feb. 12, 1916, in Perry County, son of John and Ora E. Johnson Taylor. He and Helen Mary Christisen were married Sept. 24, 1940, at Sereno, Mo. She preceded him in death April 27, 1999...
Debra Surface (06/07/11)
ESSEX, Mo. -- Debra Marlene Surface, 55, of Essex passed away Sunday, June 5, 2011, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. She was born Aug. 12, 1955, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Rodney and Margaret Kinder Long. She and Junior H. Surface were married in 1972 at Bell City, Mo...
Bernice Bramlett (06/07/11)
Bernice Bramlett, 99, formerly of Cardwell, Mo., died Friday, June 3, 2011, at Ratliff Care Center. She was born Nov. 7, 1911, near Brilliant, Ala., to Jesse and Kittie Lambert. Bernice most recently lived in Cape Girardeau, where she attended Cape Church of Christ. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, reading books and the Bible, watching the Cardinals and enjoying her great-grandchildren...
Jared Durbin (06/07/11)
Jared Keith Durbin, 41, of Jackson passed away Friday, June 3, 2011, at his home. He was born Dec. 5, 1969, in St. Louis, to Reginald K. and Sharon E. Edwards Durbin. He and Julie M. Thoma were married Oct. 14, 1998. Jared worked at Cape Girardeau Winnelson Co. more than 20 years. He was a member of Elks Lodge in Cape Girardeau...
Cape Central Junior High (06/07/11)
Cape Central Junior High School A Honor Roll 7th grade: Caleb Ambler, Brooke Anderson, Brock Baugher, Sarah Boerboom, Hanna Borders, Celeste Colunga, Sydney Deneke, Reed Dickson, Gavin Farrow, Anna Garner, Audry Helms, Steven Hendricks, Timothy Huey, Garrett Jackson, Lauren Kimberly, Hannah Knight, Kaitlyn Lukefahr, Hattie Madsen, Bailey Manley, Leslie Mata, Hisami Minakata, Peyton Mink, Jovanny Miranda, Shelby Powers, Jennifer Ramsey, Linzee Rosen, Izabella Sander, Safia Seidu-Sofo, Bailey Sheehan, Megan Sheeley, Samartha Shrestha, Alexander Smith, Thomas Sparkman, Megan Stafford, Matthew Stearns, Kylee Stevenson, Belinda Strack, Moriah Terry, Joshua Thomas, Lauren Uhls, Adrienne Underwood, Casey Vaughn, Gabriela Vieira, Anne Wilferth, Rachel Williams, Sophia Wilson, Bailey Wooten, Shane Wright, John Young.. ...
Egyptian Elementary (06/07/11)
Egyptian Elementary School High Honor Roll 3rd grade: Alleigh Curtis, Aubreigh Curtis, Braden Dover, Dawson Essex, Jared Green, Jolie Hill, Kelcie Kobel, Lucas McLaughlin, Camryn Mitchell, Morgan Pace, Noah Reeves, Ryan VanDommelen, Koby White. 4th grade: Brandon Beasley, Paige Butcher, Kailee Henderson, Kyle Jones, Nicholas Mitchell, Jordon Reeves, Jordan Shafer, Brooke Sinn, Amaiah Wade...
Egyptian High School (06/07/11)
Egyptian High School High Honor Roll 9th grade: Antara Brown, Denise Carson, Danielle Carthell, Hannah McClarney, Jeri McKee, Elizabeth Rundles, Kayde Wood. 10th grade: Bryce Bigham, Jimberlea Bledsoe, Kaitlyn Heinrich, Skylar Morgan, Austin Murphy...
Jackson Junior High (06/07/11)
Jackson Junior High School A Honor Roll 8th grade: Bridgett Adams, William Allen, Alexxis Amacker, Preston Arnold, Jacob Aufdenberg, Logan Bader, Ryan Baker, Madison Bauer, Conrad Bonney, Molly Brakhane, Katie Brewer, Jordan Olivia Brown, Lindsey Brown, Hannah Canoy, Clayton Childers, Jazmyne Clark, Samantha Clements, Calen Crites, Rachel Crites, Ty Crowden, Cody Crowell, Mollie Cunningham, Faith Detweiler, Margaret Fridley, Spencer Friese, Dymond Gardner, Matthew Graham, Casey Gray, Madison Greenlee, Ryan Harvey, Lucas Helwege, Michael Houchin, Tyler Howard, Jacob Jeffers, Austin Keller, Aleisha Kelley, Allison Kester, Claire Kidwell, Jessica Kincade, Lenzy Ladd, Cody Likens, Amber Lillibridge, Jenna Little, Evan Mattingly, Kourtney McClanahan, Caylee McLeod, Ashton McWilson, Peter Meece, Devin Murphy, Lydia Murphy, Cassandra New, Derrick Peetz, Katelynn Pensel, Ashlee Peters, Amelia Popp, Blake Reynolds, Sidney Robertson, Shea Salyer, Teagan Schnurbusch, McKinzie Scott, Connor Shepard, Sabrena Shipley, Jacqlyn Sievers, Robyn Slusher, Alex Smith, Dylan Snell, Alex Snyder, Casey Stearns, Alexander Stone, Joshua Stone, Jacob Thompson, Tommy Tran, Bricela Trejo, Blake Trickey, Mason Turner, Mackenzie Vaught, Terry Venable, Braden Wendel, Rachel Williams, Amy Williamson.. ...
Jackson High School (06/07/11)
Jackson High School Scholastic Honor Roll 11th grade: Caitlyn Bess, Taylor Dickerson, Shelby Fadler, Nathan Fridley, Brittany Jones, Caitlin Roberts, Steven Sebastian. 12th grade: Jonathan Deneke, Ryan Gibson, Alex Harris, Zachary McDowell, Lydia Meece, Rebecca Michelson, Rachel Nation, Kristen Richardet, Ashley Robinson, Allyson Rogers, Victoria Schweer, Jessica Stearns...
Cape Christian School (06/07/11)
Cape Christian School A Honor Roll 4th grade: A.J. Branson, Clayton Deimund, Colton Jones, Scott Limbaugh, Molly McNabb, Audrie Seabaugh. 5th grade: Andrea Diamond, Laura Harris, Courtney Penzel, Jade Samanta, Bryanna Stevens. 6th grade: Garrott Clark, Calli House, Bailey Janota, Rachael Koehler, Caitlyn Limbaugh, Caroline Rollins, Katelyn Smith...
Delta Junior & Senior High (06/07/11)
Delta Junior & Senior School A Honor Roll 7th Grade: Erin Bond, Jamie Hodge, Katie Nance, Lydia Reitzel, Kaitlyn Shallow, Austin White. 8th Grade: Caleb Amelunke, Ciara Coomer, Taylor Cotton, Jesse Criddle, Danielle Helderman, Shantel Hendrix, Daniel Hester...
Egyptian MIddle School (06/07/11)
Egyptian Middle School High Honor Roll 7th grade: Olivia Khourie, Dristin Rose, Kimalee Story. 8th grade: Misti May. Honor Roll 6th grade: Daneesha Carthell, Kenny Foltz, Tyra Huff, Russell Wolford. 7th grade: Micheal Headrick, Blake Mix, Makensie Morgan, Kaitlyn Wilburn, Kimber White...
Cape Girardeau police report 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Cape Girardeau fire report 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Jackson police and fire report 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday:...
Out of the past 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
A brand-new 4,200-square-foot $300,000 Kingdom Hall for the Cape Girardeau Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses is being erected this weekend; work on the hall began yesterday at 10 a.m.; by 5 this evening, workers are installing interior furnishings in the building at 605 Northview Drive...
Jackson's uptown dreaming is step-by-step process (06/07/11)
The city of Jackson has been selected as one of Missouri's DREAM communities. In 2006 several state agencies discussed way to assist small to mid-sized communities in economic development, with an emphasis on revitalizing downtown districts. The city of Cape Girardeau was selected in the first group of 10 cities in 2006. ...
Swimming season (06/07/11)
It's a rite of summer every bit as much as baseball and barbecue. Swimming. Whether it's a backyard swimming pool or a swimming hole in a rural creek, the water lures adults and children alike this time of year. We beg families to be safe this swimming season...
Where is tea party on Big Oil subsidies? (06/07/11)
Where is the tea party' when you need them? The republicans have no problem taking money away for the old, young families and education, but I thought the Republican tea party freshmen would have the strength to stand up against giving Big Oil $2 billion of subsidies. ...
Prayer 6/7/11 (06/07/11)
Inspire us, O God, to rise above the ordinary and make powerful changes. Amen.
Operation Forgotten Soldier (06/07/11)
Our Army soldiers have a rough time over seas, especially when they have to leave their family and friends behind to fight for a country that has forgotten about them. I am an Army wife and I am trying to help reach out to our soldiers who are fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan for our freedom. ...
'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' performance coming to Poplar Bluff (06/07/11)
Studio for the Arts/ Imperial Dinner Theatre (a non-profit 501 c 3 organization) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Imperial Dinner Theatre of Pocahontas is hitting the road with it's production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's ever popular and energizing Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. Coming to Poplar Bluff at the Tinnin Arts Center for one night only on June 18, the show is a fundraiser to rebuild the Imperial after the devastating floods in April...
Cape Girardeau Girl Scout recognized for earning highest award (06/07/11)
Taking Action in the community Cape Girardeau: Girl Scout Danielle Swoboda has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. To earn the Girl Scout Gold Award, a girl must complete extensive leadership requirements, including thirty hours in a leadership role and forty hours of career exploration. ...
Yosemite Falls (06/07/11)
With the record snowfall this year the snowmelt made for beautiful waterfalls on our recent vacation to California.
Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary's Adorable Adoptable (06/07/11)
Oliver is an affectionate boy who loves attention and really likes to be petted. However, he would really prefer a home without small children. Oliver's happy personality would certainly be a wonderful addition to your home. Oliver invites you to come see him at Safe Harbor and consider him for adoption or call 573-243-9823 to ask about him. You can also see other cats and dogs that are up for adoption at safeharboranimalsanctuary.org...
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