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Stories from Sunday, August 28, 2011

BBQ Fest recreation for some, business for others (08/28/11)
Southeast Missourian They descended on Cape Girardeau's Arena Park on Friday, some coming from hundreds of miles away. They came with names such as 3 Men and a Grill, Rockin' Rotary Roasters, Penny Street Porkers and Smelly Butts and BBQ...
Corps takes next steps to repair Birds Point (08/28/11)
The endangered birds that were holding up repairs on a section of the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway have vacated their nests, which will allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to continue working on providing area farmers some level of flood protection.
Michelle Lawrence sentenced to 15 years for murder conspiracy (08/28/11)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Michelle Lawrence, the woman who pleaded guilty to conceiving a plot to kill her husband for insurance money, was sentenced to 15 years in prison Friday for her role in a botched plan that instead resulted in the 2009 murders a pregnant woman and her teenage son...
In federal court: Perry County, Mo., woman pleads guilty to armed bank robbery, other charges (08/28/11)
PLEADED GUILTY Name: Teresa A. Aguilera Age: 35 Residence: Perry County, Mo. Charges: Armed bank robbery, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Summary: On Dec. ...
Poplar Bluff woman wins $100,000 lottery prize (08/28/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Rachel Thompson of Poplar Bluff was admittedly bored on Aug. 6, so she decided to take a trip to a local store "to get a couple Lottery tickets." What happened while walking out of Calhoun's Foods, 505 Sycamore St. in Poplar Bluff, turned her weekend into one she would never forget...
Former Carter County sheriff posts bond for federal weapons charges (08/28/11)
Former Carter County sheriff Tommy Adams is free on bond after making his first appearance in federal court Wednesday and pleading not guilty to illegally possessing and selling firearms. Adams, 31, of Ellsinore, Mo., turned himself in Wednesday morning to the U.S. Marshal's Service in Cape Girardeau...
In federal court: Man sentenced to 30 months on drug-related charges (08/28/11)
SENTENCed Name: William T. Ransom Age: 28 Residence: Cape Girardeau. Charges: Two felony counts of distribution of cocaine base and one felony count of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. Sentence: 30 months...
In federal court: Cape man pleads guilty to three felony counts of interstate possession of stolen goods (08/28/11)
PLEADED GUILTY Name: Joel Keith Day Age: 57 Residence: Cape Girardeau Charge: Three felony counts of interstate possession of stolen goods. Summary: With the plea, Day admitted that on Dec. 4 he stole a 2011 Ritenouer brand 53-foot aluminum trailer and contents, with a value in excess of $5000, from a lot in Mount Vernon, Ill. ...
Citizens Electric warns of scam (08/28/11)
Ste. Genevieve, Mo. -- Citizens Electric Cooperative customers are being asked to stay alert for a possible phone scam. According to a company news release, a customer reported the scam to the utility's Perryville, Mo., office after someone claiming to be a Citizens Electric representative called to tell her she won a Mercedes-Benz and $2 million for paying her utility bill on time. ...
Three from Illinois dead after Perry County crash (08/28/11)
Three people were dead and one seriously injured after a one-car vehicle accident Friday morning in Perry County. Driver Alycia N. Dickey, 20, of Marissa Ill.; passenger Cody A. Lailer, 21, of Chester, Ill.; and passenger Joshua S. Smith, 20, of Marissa, Ill., died as a result of an accident that happened about 4:25 a.m. on Highway 51, just south of Route H...
Fire hits Piedmont fire department facility (08/28/11)
PIEDMONT, Mo. -- Four fire trucks and a maintenance truck belonging to the Piedmont Volunteer Fire Department and the Clearwater Rural Fire District were damaged Thursday night when a fire broke out in the building the two agencies share in Piedmont...
Cape County recorder's office warns of mail offers for deeds (08/28/11)
Cape Girardeau County Recorder Scott R. Clark is warning county residents to be wary of mail offers that promise to provide copies of legal documents. According to a news release from the recorder's office, the Recorders' Association of Missouri notified recorders about offers to obtain copies of property deeds that charge homeowners an excessive fee. ...
Murder suspect to have mental evaluation (08/28/11)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- A Stoddard County judge has ordered a Bernie, Mo., woman be committed to a mental health facility to determine her competency to stand trial for a man's stabbing death. Presiding Circuit Judge Stephen Sharp issued an order Monday directing the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department to transport Angela McCoy to the Fulton State Hospital, a division of the Department of Mental Health, for "such a period as may be necessary to determine the issue of her mental fitness to proceed.". ...
Southeast Missouri State University Dean's List (08/28/11)
Southeast Missouri State University has named 897 students to its Dean's List for academic achievement during the 2011 summer session. Students named to the list earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and completed at least six degree credit hours during the summer session...
Club news 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
The Southeast Black & Gold Chapter of the Missouri Alumni Association met Aug. 1 at the University of Missouri Extension Center in Jackson. There were four board members present, Tom Frasher, Roger Guyot, Melody Hagans, and Larry Simon, and one guest, Richard Proffer...
Missouri auditor sues governor over budget cuts (08/28/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich says he has filed a lawsuit alleging Gov. Jay Nixon violated the state constitution by withholding more than $170 million from agencies to help cover costs from the Joplin tornado and other disasters...
Missouri judge blocks law restricting Missouri teachers' online use (08/28/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A new Missouri law prohibiting teachers from having private online conversations with students suffered a double setback Friday. First, a judge blocked it from taking effect because of free speech concerns. Then the governor called for its repeal.
Hurricane Irene lashes East Coast (08/28/11)
MIAMI -- Weaker but still menacing, Hurricane Irene knocked out power and piers in North Carolina, clobbered Virginia with wind and churned up the coast Saturday to confront cities more accustomed to snowstorms than tropical storms. New York City emptied its streets and subways and waited...
Scandal threatens Shalala's ambitions at university (08/28/11)
In her decade as University of Miami president, Donna Shalala has striven to get a school once called "Suntan U" mentioned with the likes of Duke, Vanderbilt and Stanford -- world-class private research universities that also win big on Division I courts and playing fields...
Al-Qaida's No. 2 reported killed by U.S. in Pakistan (08/28/11)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. and Pakistani officials said Saturday that al-Qaida's second-in-command, Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, has been killed in Pakistan, delivering another big blow to a terrorist group that the U.S. believes to be on the verge of defeat...
Obama asks Americans to recall the spirit of unity from Sept. 11 (08/28/11)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is calling on Americans to rekindle the spirit of unity that characterized the country's response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. "It can be a lasting virtue," he said. "Not just on one day, but every day."...
Poll: Obama faces trouble with key voters (08/28/11)
WASHINGTON -- Whites and women are a re-election problem for President Barack Obama. Younger voters and liberals, too, but to a lesser extent. All are important Democratic constituencies that helped him win the White House in 2008 and whose support he'll need to keep it next year...
Unusual invite gives gifted boy a chance to belong (08/28/11)
GARY, Ind. -- He is about half the age of other students in the room. Yet 13-year-old Noah Egler is completely in his element, wearing powder blue medical scrubs and answering questions with an enthusiasm that draws smiles from those around him...
Before Jobs, Walton and Gates took exits (08/28/11)
NEW YORK -- As CEOs, Sam Walton, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs possessed common traits. They were tireless workers, demanding bosses and sticklers for detail. They were visionaries, too, who reshaped their respective industries. Their companies faced similar challenges when their iconic leaders left the helm. ...
Arizona shooting suspect's mental condition worsens (08/28/11)
SAN DIEGO -- The man accused in the Arizona shooting rampage kept himself awake for 50 hours straight after an appeals court stopped forced medication. He walked in circles until he developed sores and then declined antibiotics to treat an infected foot. Already thin, he stopped eating and shed nine pounds...
Mexican army, feds raid casinos after arson attack (08/28/11)
MONTERREY, Mexico -- Hundreds of soldiers and federal agents are raiding casinos in this northern city, authorities said Saturday, two days after an arson attack on a gambling house killed 52 people. Security forces had so far confiscated about 1,500 slot machines at 11 casinos in Monterrey and its surroundings and arrested three people, Mexico's tax agency said. It said the continuing operation was meant to verify whether casinos had paid taxes or introduced slot machines illegally...
Tripoli faces severe shortages of food, fuel (08/28/11)
TRIPOLI, Libya -- Rebel fighters pushed increasingly leaderless regime gunmen to the outskirts of Tripoli on Saturday, as severe shortages of fuel, water and electricity paralyzed the battle-scarred capital and the stench of growing piles garbage filled the air...
Iran warns of possibility of regional crisis if Syria falls (08/28/11)
BEIRUT -- Syria's closest ally, Iran, warned Saturday that a power vacuum in Damascus could spark an unprecedented regional crisis while urging President Bashar Assad to listen to some of his people's "legitimate demands." Thousands of protesters, meanwhile, insisted they will defy tanks and bullets until Assad goes...
Central football team crushes New Madrid County Central in season opener (08/28/11)
The Central football team thumped New Madrid County Central 41-6 on Friday.
Chaffee football team steamrolls Grandview (08/28/11)
The Chaffee football team cruised past visiting Grandview 42-7 on Friday.
Confusion sinks Jackson football team's last-minute rally vs. O'Fallon Christian (08/28/11)
O'Fallon Christian defeated the Jackson football team 33-30 on Friday.
High school roundup: Park Hills football team rallies to knock off St. Vincent (08/28/11)
All the scores from Friday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Poplar Bluff softball team kicks Delta (08/28/11)
The The Poplar Bluff softball team improved to 2-0 this season with a 10-4 victory over visiting Delta on Saturday.
Breite leads Saxony Lutheran boys cross country team (08/28/11)
The Saxony Lutheran boys cross country team placed 15th out of 29 teams at the Metro East Lutheran Debut Meet in Edwardsville, Ill., on Saturday.
Southeast Missouri State roundup: Redhawks volleyball team go winless at Memphis Invitational (08/28/11)
News from the world of Southeast Missouri State athletics, including the volleyball team and women's soccer team.
Pirates beat up Carpenter, Cardinals (08/28/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Chris Carpenter said the St. Louis Cardinals' slide from contention had nothing to do with getting knocked around. Carpenter admitted losing focus last fall and told himself it wouldn't happen again. After a 7-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday, Carpenter said he was not giving up on a season that's rapidly slipping away...
Bradford sharp in Rams' 14-10 win (08/28/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sam Bradford was lights out. So was Arrowhead Stadium. As for the Chiefs, well, the light still hasn't come on this preseason. Bradford led St. Louis to a pair of touchdowns on its first two series, Steven Jackson churned up the Kansas City defense and the Rams rolled to a 14-10 preseason victory Friday night...
Rams starters likely to see more action in preseason finale (08/28/11)
Spagnuolo said he wants his first string to build more chemistry
A centennial celebration (08/28/11)
ORAN, Mo. -- As the centennial of the Trinity United Methodist Church building in Oran approaches, the church finds itself in transition. The congregation has existed since 1886 and the celebration of their current location for the last 100 years will go forward in early September, with or without a pastor...
Future home: New Missouri Civil War Museum being built (08/28/11)
The new Missouri Civil War Museum has found some treasures in its hunt for artifacts to tell the story of the state's important role in the bitter conflict. Gary Stevens, spokesman for the museum being developed on the grounds of the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site in south St. Louis County, said the collection has more than 1,000 artifacts, the majority of them donated...
Adopt Jake (08/28/11)
Jake is 1 1/2 years old. He is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri, 334-5837.
Adopt Harvey (08/28/11)
Harvey is a Rottweiler mix who is 3 years old. He responds to the commands sit, stay and down. Harvey is a big lovable guy and would like a home where he is the only dog. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823.
FYI 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
Scott City will hold a citywide yard sale Labor Day weekend. The yard sale, organized by the Scott City Women's Club and the Scott City Chamber of Commerce, will start at 7 a.m. Sept. 2 at city hall. Booth space is still available. For more information, call Chaundra Mason at 264-2117...
Pet arthritis: No cure but meds, therapy can help (08/28/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Tahlula started life as a victim of bad breeding and will end it as a victim of arthritis. The Rottweiler had hip dysplasia and ruptured knee ligaments when she was adopted in 2006 at age 4. Ligament surgery followed, then a diagnosis of a dislocated spinal disc and arthritis so bad that the dog would cry in pain and sometimes stumble and fall. ...
Pet of the week (08/28/11)
Pet name: Annabelle Owner: Abbey Renee Holder Favorite activity: Taking time to smell the flowers. ...
Dollar General donates $2,500 to Boys & Girls Club (08/28/11)
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded Boys & Girls Club of Cape Girardeau with a $2,500 grant. Boys & Girls Club of Cape Girardeau will use the funds to further its literacy and basic education outreach efforts for children and teens. Dollar General founded the Dollar General Literacy Foundation in 1993 to improve the literacy of adults and families by providing grants to not-for-profit organizations dedicated to the advancement of literacy...
Comfort Keepers At Home Help provides wheelchair (08/28/11)
Comfort Keepers At Home Help, provider of in-home, assisted living services, hosted a business luncheon for Midwest Family Clinic on Aug. 24 to present the clinic with a wheelchair for patients at its location at 36 Doctors' Park in Cape Girardeau. Midwest Family Clinic office staff and nurse practitioners were present, along with Comfort Keepers owner Sherry James and office Manager LaDona Henderson...
Republican groups volunteer at area food bank (08/28/11)
Three local Republican organizations -- Cape County Republican Central Committee, Southeast Missouri Pachyderm Club and the Cape County Republican Women's Club -- are joining to serve the community by volunteering at the Southeast Missouri Food Bank. ...
Voss completes NAYLE training (08/28/11)
Cape Girardeau resident Elwood Voss, a Life Scout with Boy Scout Troop 4008, recently completed the weeklong National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience training in Knob Lick, Mo. Voss, along with 47 other Boy Scouts, camped in a patrol setting and used leadership skills to overcome challenging backcountry situations. ...
Water in need comes from shoes (08/28/11)
Leopold, Mo., native George Hutchinson has spent more than two years providing clean water to people in need through his work as the Shoeman. Hutchinson collects new and used shoes and sells them to people around the world. Shoeman Water Projects picks up shoes from businesses, churches, schools, special events and shoe drives. ...
Anxiety and success go together (08/28/11)
"I can't wait to attend my new high school," said Merissa, a 14-year-old. She had been eagerly anticipating the special school. Now that school was beginning tomorrow, the girl thought of all the things she could do to make the transition easier. The day before, she washed her hair, purchased new clothes and tried to correspond with her friends by texting them or chatting on the phone...
The valley of meaningless things (08/28/11)
I hate garage sales. Yes, there are some things in my house that once were considered trash and that my wife and I deemed treasures. Yet I still contend that the difference between a garage sale and garbage is one six-foot table. My wife has been slow to accept my disdain for hosting garage sales has knighted me "mover of the stuff." I move tables that hold the stuff. ...
Harmless cave cricket (08/28/11)
This interesting-looking insect is a wingless cricket native to Southeast Missouri. It is a cave cricket, but it is also known by names such as camel cricket, camel-back cricket and spider cricket. Although it may look intimidating with its long antennae and big hind legs, it is harmless...
Dr. Stephen Whistler (08/28/11)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Dr. Stephen Whistler, 62, of Chaffee died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.
Dorothy Quade (08/28/11)
Dorothy Quade, 81, of Gordonville died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, at her home. Arrangements by Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Catherine Trickey (08/28/11)
CARLYLE, Ill. -- Catherine Trickey, 97 of Carlyle went to be with the Lord on Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, at Carlyle Healthcare Center in Carlyle. Mrs. Trickey was born March 28, 1914, in Mount Carmel, Ill., a daughter of John and Daisy Stillwell Ravenstein. She married the love of her life, Scott Wilson Trickey Sr., on March 27, 1932, in Jonesboro, Ill., and he preceded her in death Jan. 19, 1980...
Births 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
Daughter to Michael Andrew and Kimberly Nicole Dowd of Erwin, N.C., Womack Army Medical Center in Fayetteville, N.C., 9:23 a.m. Monday, Aug. 15, 2011. Name, Chloe Juliette. Weight, 7 pounds, 7 ounces. Third child, second daughter. Mrs. Dowd is the daughter of Marvin Haddock of Fayetteville, and the late Juliette Haddock. She is a self-employed nail technician. Dowd is the son of Howard and Cheryl Dowd of Glenallen, Mo. He is a sergeant in the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C...
DeCramer - Cook (08/28/11)
Spring Shannon DeCramer and Michael Gerard Cook were married March 5, 2011, at La Croix United Methodist Church in Cape Girardeau. The Rev. Ron Watts performed the ceremony. Scriptures were read by Jacki Hutson of Jackson. Music was by Sherri Boxdorfer of Cape Girardeau...
Quade - Berkbigler (08/28/11)
Megan Ann Quade and Christopher Michael Berkbigler were married June 4, 2011, at Wesley United Methodist Church in Fruitland. Debbie Arvelo performed the ceremony, assisted by Wayne Koehler. The bride is the daughter of John and Ann Quade of Jackson. The groom is the son of the late Lester and Elizabeth "Betty" Berkbigler of Friedheim...
Shaw - Urhahn (08/28/11)
BENTON, Mo. -- Linda Shaw of Charleston, Mo., and Memphis, Tenn., and Larry Urhahn of Benton were married Aug. 17, 2011, at St. Denis Catholic Church in Benton. Their priest, the Rev. Michael Casteel of St. Denis and St. Lawrence parishes, performed the ceremony...
Schmidt - Bachmann (08/28/11)
Kenneth and Carol Schmidt of Friedheim announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Schmidt, to Michael Bachmann. He is the son of Mark and Melissa Bachmann of Perryville, Mo. Schmidt is a 2005 graduate of Jackson High School. She is pursuing a degree in business administration from Mineral Area College. She is employed at HealthPoint Rehab in Cape Girardeau...
Prince - Caldwell (08/28/11)
Mattie Prince of Charleston, Mo., announces the engagement of her daughter, Mary Jane Prince, to Zac Caldwell, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of William and Freida Caldwell of Thebes, Ill., and the late Vivian Caldwell. Prince is also the daughter of the late James Prince...
Rosenquist - Ressel (08/28/11)
Chris and Karen Rosenquist of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Elizabeth Rosenquist, to Alex Joseph Ressel. He is the son of Mark and Jane Ressel of Kelso, Mo. Rosenquist is a 2005 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed in ICU at Southeast Hospital...
Lukefahr - Galeski (08/28/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Daniel Lukefahr and Patricia Lukefahr of Perryville announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Corin Lukefahr, to Patrick James Galeski. He is the son of Tony and Donna Galeski of Perryville. Lukefahr is a 2000 graduate of Perryville High School. ...
Webb - Griffin (08/28/11)
KENNETT, Mo. -- Scott and Margaret Webb of Kennett announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Nicole Webb, to Jeremy Lee Griffin. He is the son of Bud and Regina Griffin of Sikeston, Mo., and Deanna and Michael Tierney of Wells, Nev. Webb is a 2004 graduate of Kennett High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Southeast Missouri State University in 2010, and is pursuing a master's degree in history...
Wachter - 45 Years (08/28/11)
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wachter of Jackson celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary with a meal and dance July 23, 2011, at Jackson Senior Center. Wachter and Anna Mae Bingenheimer were married July 23, 1966, at Grace Lutheran Church in Uniontown, Mo. They have four children, Jeffery (Christy) Wachter of Cape Girardeau, Jennifer (Terry) Byrd of Jackson, Jeremy (Debbie) Wachter of St. ...
Jackson police and fire report 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Firefighters responded to the following calls on Thursday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DUIs Robbery The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DUI The Southeast Missouri State University Department of Public Safety reported the following item. ...
Cape Girardeau fire report 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Out of the past 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
Charles Mangels of Oak Ridge and his Belgian draft horses took first place in the Unicorn Hitch and Four Horse Draft competitions at the DuQuoin State Fair in DuQuoin, Ill.; he also took second place in the Pair of Draft Horses Hitched competition. Mrs. Frederic A. Groves, past president-general of the Daughters of the American Revolution and a longtime worker for patriotic and civic causes, died yesterday at age 90...
School menus 8-29 through 9-2 (08/28/11)
MONDAY--Corn dog or turkey & cheese on bun, broccoli & cheese sauce, cinnamon applesauce, vanilla wafers. TUESDAY--Toasted cheese sandwich & mixed greens garden salad or turkey & cheese on bun, fresh veggies, pears. WEDNESDAY--Rotini with chicken alfredo sauce or turkey & cheese on bun, green beans, garlic breadstick, grapes...
Mark Stacy: From Southeast Missouri to international expert (08/28/11)
Cape Girardeau native Dr. Mark Stacy is one of the preeminent experts on neurology, having published more than 100 manuscripts on Parkinson's disease, dystonia, tremor and other movement disorders. Earlier this week Stacy spoke on all things Southeast Missouri and health care related...
Kinder dedicated to Missouri (08/28/11)
It takes a special person to be involved in politics. I am certainly not one of them. Sometimes the heat that comes down is almost unbearable and is unfair. I have been able to watch Missouri politics for well over a decade now and this state is blessed to have Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder in a command position...
Restore the levee (08/28/11)
Rebuilding after a natural disaster can be a daunting undertaking. But when a natural problem, such as this year's high water marks and flooding, is compounded by a man-made decision, folks feel a greater angst. This is the case after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made the decision to breach Birds Point Levee in Mississippi County to prevent further destruction to neighboring towns...
Speak Out 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
MICHELLE Obama wants to take all the soda machines out of high schools and replace them with juice machines. There has already been an experiment. Ask Woodland R-IV. Two years ago they took the soda machines out. The children couldn't afford the orange juice, and people aren't going to pay $2 for a bottle of orange juice when you can get soda. And guess what, they couldn't go to these basketball tournaments and other things because the soda money was paying the way...
Prayer 8/28/11 (08/28/11)
Come, Thou Fount of every blessing, tune my heart to sing Thy grace. Amen.
Capt. Christian Essig (08/28/11)
It is seldom that a genuine war hero becomes lost in history. However, such is the case of Capt. Christian Essig. Capt. Essig was a Civil War Union officer who died about 1863 in a drowning accident in the South. He was a native of Cape Girardeau. Elizabeth Christine Walther, of Cape Girardeau, was his granddaughter. ...
Cody (08/28/11)
Ready for some Heartland Football Friday....Go Devils!
Maximus (08/28/11)
Our new Maine Coon kitten Max taking a "rare" break from playing.
Bryce and the Mississippi River (08/28/11)
We enjoyed a nice cool evening by the river at Trail of Tears State Park.
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