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Stories from Sunday, June 12, 2011

Cape mayor reflects on good, bad after year in office (06/12/11)
Harry Rediger hadn't been in office a week when he was thrown for a loop normally reserved for a roller-coaster. The news, which had the potential to change the city's economic landscape for generations, came as a huge surprise to a man who had really expected his new job to offer few surprises...
Major case squad disbands, but police still seek leads in Waller case (06/12/11)
Twelve days ago Jacque Sue Waller was ready to begin a new life with her 5-year-old triplets. She left Ste. Genevieve, Mo., for Jackson on June 1 with intentions to only be gone a short time, but Saturday Waller's family was still without many of the answers they are searching for...
Brandom talks experience at senate campaign launch (06/12/11)
Flanked by Republican colleagues, state Rep. Ellen Brandom announced her candidacy for the Missouri Senate on Saturday, pledging to work to keep taxes low, protect the "sanctity of the unborn," and to take a conservative approach to fiscal government.
Nixon cuts education, other funding to cover disaster expenses (06/12/11)
Southeast Missouri's record flooding and the Joplin, Mo., tornado -- the deadliest twister to hit the U.S. in decades -- have taken a huge toll on a revenue-weak Show Me State budget. And K-12 and higher education will have to foot a big portion of the bill...
Bankers criticize regulations at Cape Girardeau roundtable discussion (06/12/11)
It's never been harder to walk into a local bank and get a loan than it is today, Cape Girardeau bankers told Rep. Jo Ann Emerson during a roundtable discussion focused on finance Friday at the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce.
Bill could boost quarry opponents' case (06/12/11)
Legislation now sitting on the governor's desk could strengthen the position of opponents to quarry developments near Saxony Lutheran High School. A provision of House Bill 89, an omnibus bill with many natural resources law changes, prohibits the state from issuing surface mining permits within 1,000 feet of any accredited school has been there for least five years...
Police: Drug deal leads to armed robbery attempt (06/12/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Poplar Bluff man was in the Butler County jail Friday morning and could possibly face charges of armed criminal action, first-degree assault, attempted robbery and endangering the welfare of a child after an alleged failed marijuana deal Thursday afternoon. A female companion could also face the same charges but has been released from custody...
Sikeston school board votes to close Morehouse school (06/12/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Morehouse Elementary students will be housed at a different building when the new school year begins in August. In a 5-1 vote, Sikeston R-6 Board of Education members decided during a special meeting Wednesday to close the Morehouse Elementary school building in an effort to save the district money...
Three Rivers sees 20 percent increase in summer enrollment (06/12/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Students are taking more summer classes than ever at Three Rivers College. The Office of Student Success reports a more than 20 percent increase in credit hour enrollment over summer session 2010, from 9,061 to 10,947 credit hours. More than 1,600 students are currently enrolled in summer classes, an increase of several hundred over previous years. Registration is still open for the summer B session, which begins July 5...
Some unemployed in Scott County to get jobs helping with flood recovery (06/12/11)
BENTON, Mo. -- Some workers displaced by the severe weather this spring will soon have jobs -- which will also clean up the damage left behind. The Missouri Disaster Recovery Jobs Program, coordinated by the Workforce Investment Board, has the funds to make that all happen. And Scott County Presiding Commissioner Jamie Burger and Emergency Management Director Amber Scudder got to learn more about that at a meeting earlier this week...
Multiple fire departments called to Miner, Mo., fire (06/12/11)
Two injured in Thursday afternoon crash on I-55 (06/12/11)
An East Prairie, Mo., man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries following a crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 55. John F. Skaggs, 49, was rear-ended by a car driven by Maverick A. Boyer, 20, of Jackson. Both vehicles were forced off of the road and overturned, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The accident occurred around 1:44 p.m., five miles south of Scott City...
July 4 holiday activities announced for Cape, Jackson (06/12/11)
Plans for Independence Day celebrations are underway in Cape Girardeau and Jackson.
USDA designates 'primary disaster areas,' making farmers eligible for low-income loans (06/12/11)
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 23 counties in Missouri and five counties in Illinois as primary natural disaster areas, making farmers there eligible for low-interest emergency loans. Designated counties include Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Perry, Reynolds, Ripley, Scott, Ste. Genevieve and Stoddard in Missouri. Illinois counties receiving the designation are Alexander, Jackson, Monroe, Randolph and Union...
U.S. 60/62 in Mississippi Co. to be reduced for pavement repairs (06/12/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- U.S. 60/62 in Mississippi County will be reduced to one lane Monday and Tuesday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. This section of roadway is located from County Road 215 to Clayton Street in Charleston, Mo. ...
Southeast Misssouri State University Spring Dean's list (06/12/11)
Southeast Missouri State University named 2,417 students its Dean's List for academic achievement during the spring 2011 semester. The following are area students who made the list. Advance: Hannah Barr, Rachel Birkman, Craig Bock, Karen Holman, Blake Lingle, Alan Long, Sara Mace, Kayla Moore, Richard Nixon, Leigh Rhodes, Sarah Rodgers, Michelle Schrader, Sarah Wiseman...
Club News 6-12-11 (06/12/11)
St. Mary Council of Catholic Women met May 19 in the Huels Room. Monsignor Richard Rolwing and Monsignor Bill Stanton were guests as the council celebrated May birthdays. Refreshments included strawberry shortcake. Those in attendance were Kate Schaefer, president; Mary Hennecke, vice president; Pat Eftink, treasurer; Imelda Nenninger, secretary; and Judy DeClue, past president...
Data breach strikes at financial security (06/12/11)
NEW YORK -- Citigroup's disclosure that the names, account numbers and email addresses of 200,000 of its credit card customers were stolen strikes at the core of modern-day financial life -- the ways people buy groceries and pay the power bill...
Obama: Economic recovery is 'going to take time' (06/12/11)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says people need to be patient about the economic recovery and that training workers for manufacturing jobs will help with the turnaround. The recession didn't happen overnight and won't end that way, either, the president said Saturday in his weekly radio and online address...
Weiner seeks leave of absence from House (06/12/11)
WASHINGTON -- Under pressure to resign in a sexting scandal, Rep. Anthony Weiner announced Saturday he was entering professional treatment at an undisclosed location and requested a leave of absence from Congress. An aide for the embattled New York lawmaker made the disclosure in a statement shortly after several Democratic party leaders demanded he quit for exchanging messages and photos ranging from sexually suggestive to explicit with several women online...
Suspect in '98 embassy blasts killed (06/12/11)
NAIROBI, Kenya -- The al-Qaida mastermind behind the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania was killed this week at a security checkpoint in Mogadishu by Somali forces who didn't immediately realize he was the most wanted man in East Africa, officials said Saturday...
Capahas suffer first loss of season (06/12/11)
Plaza Tire Capahas manager Jess Bolen laughed when recounting some pre-game chatter following Saturday's home contest against the St. Louis Golden Spikes. "Some of the guys were talking about going undefeated," said Bolen, in his 45th season running the Capahas. "I said we'd be lucky to get through the weekend undefeated."...
Starter Hunter delivers strong performance in Capahas' Friday victory (06/12/11)
The Plaza Tire Capahas have an extremely deep pitching staff this year. So deep, in fact, that Dustin Hunter didn't make his first appearance of the season until the seventh game. Hunter continued the Capahas' string of impressive mound performances with five strong innings Friday night during a 9-1 win over the visiting St. Louis Printers...
Area calendar 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
Baseball Basketball Football Golf Miscellaneous Soccer Softball Tennis Wrestling Submit items by mail, fax or email to be included in the calendar as space permits....
Area digest 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
The team of Sheryl Bollinger, Mary Ellen Bean and Luanne Kiefner won the Cape Girardeau Country Club's Women's Golf Association's Memorial tournament scramble. The team of Beth Mapes, Catherine Weed and Marcia Wagner and the team of Marlena Jones, Shirley Moore and Mary Sue Layton tied for second...
Summer baseball roundup (06/12/11)
A recap of what happened with local summer baseball teams.
Greinke defeats Carpenter in battle of Cy Young winners (06/12/11)
MILWAUKEE -- The last time Chris Carpenter got off to such a rocky start to a season, he was a rookie in Toronto -- 14 years ago. The former Cy Young winner gave up four runs in the decisive sixth inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals fell for the second straight night to the Milwaukee Brewers, 5-3, to see their lead in the NL Central fall to a half-game...
La Russa loses Friday despite milestone (06/12/11)
MILWAUKEE -- This was a first for Tony La Russa, who was managing for the 5,000th time in his career. And it had nothing to do with the game. St. Louis managed just six hits off Chris Narveson, and the Milwaukee Brewers shut out the Cardinals 8-0 on Friday night despite a small fire in the ballpark...
Adopt Teresa (06/12/11)
Teresa is a 2-year-old cat who is mostly white with a little black on her coat. She is friendly and sweet. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Rico (06/12/11)
Rico is 5 years old. He is neutered and declawed. For more information, contact the Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Pet of the week (06/12/11)
Pet name: Sampson Owner: Nick Jackson Favorite activity: Taking it easy. ...
Uncle Sam serves up food history at National Archives (06/12/11)
WASHINGTON -- One spot in the nation's capital is offering visitors a peek at presidential recipes including Lyndon B. Johnson's chili, John F. Kennedy's chowder and Dwight D. Eisenhower's three-page guide to vegetable soup. The National Archives opened its first exhibit Friday on the history of U.S. food and the government's effect on the nation's diet. "What's Cooking Uncle Sam?" is a departure for the Archives, which more often deals with issues of presidential policies, war and peace...
Praise with music: Conrad is music minister and middle school youth leader at Immaculate Conception Church (06/12/11)
Hallie Conrad serves the Lord at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Jackson as a music minister and middle school youth leader. A recent graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau and the daughter of Robert and Gayle Conrad, Hallie enjoys cheerleading, playing piano, singing, swimming and doing anything outdoors. ...
God's roar keeps us safe and close to him (06/12/11)
I wonder what God's roar sounds like? It must be a sound that makes something in our hearts stir, finally awake, finally alive, finally true. It must be a sound that makes something inside evil's bones shake, die and dissipate. It must be mightier than ocean waves crashing against a mountain in a storm and more passionate than an army's battle cry. It must be the peace, the security, our hearts have always longed for...
Let's be clear (06/12/11)
Next to the clothesline in a neighbor's backyard. This was the first place I remember really getting hurt in my life. It is one of those sun-drenched fall days, a Sunday afternoon; the weather is crisp but not yet cold. October in western Pennsylvania, culled from the recesses of memory, is recalled as a spectacular time. ...
How to keep goldfish alive (06/12/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Don Hurst figures he's given away millions of goldfish at carnivals over the last 25 years. Hurst thinks most of the fish he hands out make it home. But how long they live after that depends on how they are cared for, with optimal conditions including a tank with a cover, the right type of water, a filtration system and sunlight...
Cape VFW Men's Auxiliary Donates to BackStoppers (06/12/11)
Cape Girardeau's VFW Post 3838 Men's Auxiliary has donated $500 to The BackStoppers, an organization that provides immediate financial assistance to the families of police officers, firefighters and emergency medical providers who die while on duty. The organization later assists the families with mortgages, other monthly payments, medical and educational expenses. The BackStoppers recently added Cape Girardeau County to the list of counties covered by the group...
Local Gril Scout earns Gold Award (06/12/11)
Girl Scout Danielle Swoboda received the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting. Swoboda developed and built a sensory trail at the Mississippi Valley Therapeutic Horsemanship Trail. Her project will help improve the lives of physically impaired children and adults who receive therapy at Mississippi Valley. Fewer than 5 percent of all Girl Scouts nationwide earn the Girl Scout Gold Award annually...
Gaines receives research grant (06/12/11)
Sarah Gaines, graduate candidate in dietetics at Eastern Illinois University, was selected to receive a Williams Travel Grant for her research, titled "Effect of a Walking Program on University Students' Levels of Physical Activity." The award recognizes excellence in graduate research and supports travel to present at regional and national conferences. ...
Kow Pasture Klassic organizers present two donations (06/12/11)
Sponsors and organizers of the 26th annual Kow Pasture Klassic gathered recently at the Missouri Veterans Home to present donations from the event, which raised $4,319.50 for the Kenny Rogers Children's Center and $4,180.50 for the Missouri Veterans Home. ...
FYI 6-12-11 (06/12/11)
Family Video is giving free movie and video game rentals to students receiving good grades on their final report cards in June. All students are rewarded with one free overnight rental for each final grade of A in any core subject, including geography, history, language, math, reading, science and spelling. Last year, Family Video rewarded students with almost $2 million worth of free rentals through the program and hope to give away more this year...
Gifts for the modern dad: Try these creative ideas for Father's Day (06/12/11)
Pipe and slippers? Today's dad is more likely to be trail biking with the kids, downloading sports apps or jamming with his own weekend band. So this Father's Day, consider giving him something that honors his creative, fun-loving and adventurous spirit...
New Hope Ministries providing meals for children (06/12/11)
For some children, it's a struggle to ensure they have quality meals while out of school, but several organizations are working to make sure they all have access to nutritional meals. New Hope Ministries' free summer meals kicked off Monday. The program provides breakfast for children 18 and younger Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.- 9 a.m. and lunch from noon to 2 p.m. Last year, 50-60 were fed breakfast, and an average of 180 lunch meals were served at New Hope Ministries...
Raindrops on a blade of grass (06/12/11)
Sometimes in nature the simplest things make for good photography. In this case I was unprepared for a sudden short-lived thunderstorm that filled the air with wind and water chasing me back to my truck. I sat out the downpour and was about to drive away when the sky lightened and the rain stopped...
April Kinder (06/12/11)
April Michele Watkins Kinder, 31, of Cape Girardeau passed away Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Survivors include her husband, Shawn; a son, Tyson; mother, Patricia Williams; three sisters, Chasiti Sharpe, Dana Isaac and Venessa Oliphant...
Uldean Lambert (06/12/11)
Uldean "Deanie" Lambert, 80, died Friday, June 10, 2011, at her home in Jackson. She was born Dec. 30, 1930, at Malden, Mo., to Jesse J. and Lila Vaughn Kincade. She and Bill Lambert were married Aug. 28, 1948, at Dexter, Mo. He preceded her Nov. 6, 2004...
Alma Schumer (06/12/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Alma Ann Schumer, 86, of Perryville, fortified with the sacraments of the Catholic church, entered into eternal life Thursday, June 9, 2011, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. She was born May 12, 1925, in St. Louis, daughter of Edwin and Mary Schumer Unverferth. She and Norbert J. Schumer were married June 24, 1944...
Jeff Miller (06/12/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- Jeff Miller, 55, of Anna died Friday, June 10, 2011, at Anna Rehab and Care Center. Visitation will be from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Crain Pleasant Grove Murdale Funeral Home near Murphysboro, Ill. The funeral will be at 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Tim Heinecke officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Memorial Park...
Joyce Felts (06/12/11)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Joyce Ann Felts, 71, of Cairo died Friday, June 10, 2011, at the Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Friends may call until service time Monday at God's House in Villa Ridge, Ill. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the church, with the Rev. Roger Glasco officiating...
LeRoy Ruch (06/12/11)
LeRoy Ruch, 82, of Millersville, died Saturday, June 11, 2011, at the Monticello House in Jackson. Arrangements are incomplete at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson.
Muriel Taylor (06/12/11)
Edith Muriel Urhahn Taylor, 79, of Benton, Mo., died Saturday June 11, 2011, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born July 2, 1931, at Blytheville, Ark, the daughter of Jesse Willis and Clara Bell Welker Eastwood. She and Wesley E. "Boodle" Urhahn were married May 7, 1951. He preceded her in death Aug. 14, 1981...
Linda Harding (06/12/11)
Linda P. Harding, 92, of Cape Girardeau, died Thursday, June 9, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 14, 1919, in Leadwood, Mo., to Monroe and Carrie Yount Ward. She first married Clyde E. Pirtle on April 11, 1942, at Farmington, Mo. He preceded her in death in 1976. She then married Warren Harding, who preceded her in 1993...
William Lindsay (06/12/11)
William J. Lindsay, 81, of Cape Girardeau died peacefully at his home Thursday, June 9, 2011, in the company of his loved ones. He was born July 13, 1929, in Highland Park, Mich., son of Rufus W. and Cora Marie Slinkard Lindsay. He was raised on a farm in Cape Girardeau County and graduated from College High School in 1947. He played basketball, served on student council and was a member of the National Honor Society...
Jeannie Bertrand (06/12/11)
Verla Jean "Jeannie" Bertrand, 66, of Scott City died Thursday, June 9, 2011 at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born June 11, 1944, in Cape Girardeau to Verlon Edward and Alberta Wright Parker. Jeannie worked at Saint Francis Medical Center in housekeeping. She was a 1962 graduate of Illmo-Scott City High School...
Births 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
Daughter to Antelmo and Leticia Fraire of Benton, Mo., Saint Francis Medical Center, 8:32 a.m. Tuesday, May 31, 2011. Name, Brenda. Weight, 6 pounds, 10 ounces. Mrs. Fraire is the former Leticia Frias, daughter of Jose Maria Frias and Eva Terrones of Durango, Mexico. Fraire is the son of Maria Consepcion Carranza of Fredericktown, Mo. He is a construction worker...
O'Quinn - daniel (06/12/11)
Ashleigh Nicole O'Quinn and Christopher Ashley Daniel were married Jan. 22, 2011, at First Baptist Church in Tupelo, Miss. Dr. Randy Von Kanel performed the ceremony. Scripture reader was Chandler Quartaro of Tupelo, cousin of the bride. Organist was Sandy Coutoumanos, pianist and soloist was Randy Wood, both of Tupelo...
Urhahn - Sander (06/12/11)
Courtney Ann Urhahn and Garrett Stephen Sander were married Oct. 2, 2010, at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Cape Girardeau. The Rev. David Hulshof performed the ceremony. Readers were Emily Essner and Jamie Sander of Benton, Mo., cousins of the groom, and Brad Urhahn of Bentonville, Ark., uncle and godparent of the bride...
Burnett - Cook (06/12/11)
Rachel Renee Burnett and Noland Jeremiah Cook were married June 5, 2010, at First General Baptist Church. Sam Ramdial performed the ceremony. Pianist was Blake Kiefner and vocalist was Paige Rothenberger, both of Cape Girardeau. The bride is the daughter of Carla Burnett of Cape Girardeau and Jay Burnett of Jackson. Mark and Lana Cook of Cape Girardeau are parents of the groom...
Legrand - Kerns (06/12/11)
Nancy and Bill Williams of Jackson and Donnie and Gera LeGrand of Benton, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Elizabeth LeGrand, to Gene Gould Kerns. He is the son of Rose and Bob Couch of Jackson and Victor and Sherry Kerns of Annapolis, Md...
Vickery - Hoffman (06/12/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Charles and Kathryn Vickery of Sikeston announce the engagement of their daughter, Dana Kathryn Vickery, to Andrew Lee Hoffman, both of Carlsbad, Calif. He is the son of Larry and Eileen Hoffman of Chesterfield, Mo. Vickery is a graduate of Sikeston High School. She received a bachelor of journalism in the advertising sequence from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2003. She is associate manager of marketing communications with Ortho Organizers in Carlsbad...
Dougherty - Floyd (06/12/11)
Mike and Kandy Dougherty of Arvada, Colo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Elizabeth Dougherty, to Brian Lawrence Floyd, both of Dayton, Ky. He is the son of Roger and Judy Pyle of Monroe, Ohio, and Phil and Cheryl Floyd of Okeana, Ohio...
Gateley - 60 Years (06/12/11)
Mr. and Mrs. R. Melvin Gateley of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 7, 2011. Gateley and Ella L. Sanders were married June 7, 1951, at Red Star Baptist Church, by the Revs. S.S. Borum and Verlee Eaker. Their attendants were Ed and Louise Propst...
Dippold - 60 Years (06/12/11)
Richard F. and Marilyn Dippold of Cape Girardeau celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception April 17, 2011, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church. More than 60 guests attended. The couple was married April 15, 1951, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The groom's father, the Rev. Leopold Dippold, performed the ceremony...
Jackson fire report 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday:...
Jackson police report 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests...
Cape Girardeau fire report 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Out of the past 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
Republic Express, a commuter flight service based in Memphis, Tenn., is interested in locating a commuter flight facility at the Cape Girardeau Municipal Airport; it would provide flights between this city and Memphis. Representatives of the Community Teachers Association are stunned after a meeting with the Jackson School Board; the board approves a $3,991,796 salary package for the 1986-1987 school year; that represents about a 5 percent increase, but is lower than the amount the association had proposed.. ...
Summer school menus 6-13 to 6-17 (06/12/11)
MONDAY--Fish sticks, hushpuppies, fruit. TUESDAY--Spaghetti, green beans, garlic toast, fruit. WEDNESDAY--Chicken strips, oven fries, fruit. THURSDAY--Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, fruit. FRIDAY--Popcorn chicken, tater tots, fruit...
Dance, kudos and principals' speech (06/12/11)
Recently Wendy and I went to the Spring to Dance Festival in St. Louis. Thirty dance companies from the Midwest, Chicago, Nashville, Cleveland, New York, Kansas City and Cape Girardeau were on the program. Twelve additional dance groups performed in a special lobby stage during the event at the Touhill Center at the University of Missouri, St. Louis...
River Campus variety (06/12/11)
Every year since opening in 2007, the River Campus facility has shown its worth, meeting a demand for more cultural performances previously not offered in Cape Girardeau. Earlier this week the campus announced its latest season of events, and the shows -- from new Broadway hits to classic favorites -- are sure to impress once again. ...
Speak Out 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
I just want to comment on selfish college students who throw away millions of dollars of tax payers money a year on worthless degrees. They do this by majoring in useless subjects like philosophy, religion, history, art and any of the social sciences you can think of and they use Pell Grants to do it too. ...
Prayer 6/12/11 (06/12/11)
When we sin, O God, hear our prayers for your mercy and compassion. Amen.
Trains get a face life (06/12/11)
See anything shiny and new looking in Cape Girardeau today? Two local optimist clubs came together on Saturday, June 11, 2011 to restore the trains in Capaha and Arena Parks. The Cape Girardeau Evening Optimist club which has more members took Hoppy, the larger of the two engines in Arena Park and the Esprit Optimist Club took Dinky, the smaller train in Capaha Park...
Cape Road Runners donate to the Cape K9 unit (06/12/11)
The Cape Girardeau Road Runners Club donates $1200 to the Cape Girardeau Police K9 unit. The proceeds are from it's annual Spring Classic 5K event held at Mid America Rehab. Pictured are Bob Sherrill (Mid America Rehab), Cpl Jeff Bourbon (Cape K9 unit), Steve Seyller (President of Cape Road Runners), and Matt Rubel (Mid America Rehab)...
Hooked on Summer... (06/12/11)
I caught this bass in a private pond at Cape Girardeau Country Club. I had a lot of fun that day with my dad....
Posing with the Passengers (06/12/11)
A member of the Union Pacific Great Excursion Adventure's Little Rock Express poses with some young passengers during Old 844's visit to Cape Girardeau.
Thistle Photo (06/12/11)
Here is the same thistle shot without the Glowing Edges filter applied.
Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary's Adorable Adoptable (06/12/11)
My name is Toby and I was born in January of 2010. When I first see you I run from you, then I come back to get attention and I'm all over you. I think it's fun to hide under blankets! Maybe you will adopt me and I can play at your house! Toby is available for adoption at Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, 573-243-9823. Please view other adorable adoptables at safeharboranimalsanctuary.org...
Union Pacific Locomotive No. 844 (06/12/11)
Union Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 844 Highway 25 towards Delta, Mo June 6,2011
Baby Deer (06/12/11)
We spotted this baby deer in the woods while taking a four-wheeler ride.
Union Pacific Locomotive No. 844 (06/12/11)
Union Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 844 June 6, 2011 Highway 25 towards Delta, MO
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