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Bagged salad products recalled for salmonella risk (10/20/11)
SALINAS, Calif. (AP) -- Taylor Farms Retail Inc. is voluntarily recalling 3,265 cases of various bagged salad blends that have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella. The Salinas, Calif., company said Wednesday that its action comes after the Washington state Agriculture Department conducted a random test on a finished package of spinach...
Event at Shawnee Park Center today celebrates after-school programs (10/20/11)
The Boys and Girls Club of Cape Girardeau will hold a special event today at the Shawnee Park Center as part of a national event to recognize the importance of after-school programs. The event is open to the public from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Lights On Afterschool Day encourages communities to turn on lights in homes and schools between 3 and 6 p.m. ...
Discovery Playhouse celebrates new exhibit opening Friday (10/20/11)
Despite an incident last weekend when an allegedly drunken driver crashed into the building, a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new exhibit at the Discovery Playhouse on will still take place on Friday. The museum staff is preparing for the ceremony and cleaning up from the incident which involved a pickup truck jumping the curb and breaking the front windows of the building...
Percussion show ‘Blast!' a hit at Bedell (10/20/11)
Audience members watched Wednesday as 35 brass and percussion players performed numbers in various musical styles such as classical, blues, rock 'n' roll, jazz and techno-pop during "Blast!" at the Bedell Performance Hall. "Blast!", which made its theater debut in 1999, originated as the drum corps Star of Indiana. ...
More counterfeit bills discovered in Cape Girardeau (10/20/11)
Another Cape Girardeau business has accepted counterfeit money, but police are unsure whether the bills are connected to the other fake currency that has been passed in the region in recent weeks. J.C. Penney became the latest Southeast Missouri retailer -- and the fifth at West Park Mall -- to accept fake bills in the past two weeks. ...
DESE plan may change how districts train staff (10/20/11)
School districts in Missouri may seek professional development services for teachers and program guidance from private vendors should the state make certain changes in 2012. Cheri Fuemmler, director of the Southeast Regional Professional Development Center on the Southeast Missouri State University campus, said the directors of the state's nine regional centers were told by representatives of the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that when consolidated contracts for federal programs expire in June, professional development services may be awarded instead to private vendors who submit proposals.. ...
Miner aldermen raise fines for littering (10/20/11)
MINER, Mo. -- Litterbugs in Miner will now face a stiffer fine if caught. The Miner Board of Aldermen approved an amendment to the city's illegal dumping and littering ordinance during their regular monthly meeting Tuesday. The change raises the fine for littering offenses to $25 for a first offense, $50 for a second offense and $100 on a third offense...
Party to honor Southeast media professor, launch memorial endowment (10/20/11)
Few have had as lasting an effect on Southeast Missouri as Herb Taylor, a longtime media teacher at Southeast Missouri State University. Red Letter Communications will host a Birthday Bash Concert to commemorate what would have been Taylor's 82nd birthday.
Mobile Vet Center works to help homeless veterans (10/20/11)
Carl and Sandra Murray met and fell in love as soldiers in the U.S. Army. It was the late 1970s and the two were serving in Darmstadt, Germany -- Carl was a helicopter crew chief and Sandra worked in a military communications center. They soon married, finished their Army tours and eventually bought a home in the small Bollinger County community of Grassy, Mo.
Layoffs at Sikeston ice cream plant seasonal, company says (10/20/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- A spokesman for one of Sikeston's top employers said layoffs are a seasonal occurrence. Unilever's Good Humor-Breyers plant in Sikeston has laid off employees over the last couple of weeks. Dean Mastrojohn, Unilever's corporate media relations manager for North America, said the following statement is all the information his company is willing to provide at this time:...
Route UU reduced for pavement repairs (10/20/11)
Route UU in Cape Girardeau and Bollinger counties will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction Wednesday while contractor crews mill the roadway. This section is from Highway 34 to Route B. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs...
Pavement work reduces Route B in Cape Girardeau, Perry counties (10/20/11)
Route B in Cape Girardeau and Perry counties will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction while contractor crews mill and resurface the roadway. This section of road is from the Perryville, Mo., city limits to Highway 72. Weather permitting, the milling will take place Wednesday. ...
Route B in Bollinger County reduced for pavement repairs (10/20/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route B in Bollinger County will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction Wednesday, while contractor crews mill the roadway. This section is from Highway 72 to Route M. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 7 a.m. ...
Woman accused of shooting boyfriend in Poplar Bluff (10/20/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- A Poplar Bluff woman may face assault charges after allegedly shooting her boyfriend, whom she believed was trying to kill her dog during an apparent argument Tuesday night. As Kellie Jean Golden, 43, of the 5100 block of Highway 142 sits in the Butler County jail on suspicion of first-degree assault and armed criminal action, her boyfriend, Jason Graves, is in a Memphis, Tenn., hospital where he was flown for treatment of what authorities describe as a "golf-ball size" gunshot wound.. ...
Mo. farmers eligible for disaster aid from drought (10/20/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The U.S. Agriculture Department has issued a drought disaster designation for farmers in almost of Missouri's 114 counties because of the hot, dry summer. Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday the designation means farmers who lost crops and property to the extreme heat and drought from July 1 to Aug. 30 may seek assistance from USDA's Farm Service Agency...
November trial date set for men accused of Cairo arson (10/20/11)
CAIRO, Ill. -- One of two men accused of committing arson in and around Cairo had his trial pushed back a month. Richard Pitcher, 18, was supposed to stand trial in Alexander County Court for two arson charges starting Oct. 18, but his case was moved to Nov. 16, according to court records...
Cape Girardeau woman arrested after placing 911 call (10/20/11)
A Cape Girardeau woman was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of calling 911 to send authorities to mediate a verbal altercation with her significant other.
Scott County health dept. to offer extended flu shot hours (10/20/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Scott County residents who can't make any of the flu vaccination clinics during regular hours are in luck. The health department will offer an extended hours walk-in clinic from 1 to 6 p.m. Monday at its Sikeston office. An earlier clinic will be offered from 9 to 11 a.m...
Prison inmate convicted of assaulting worker (10/20/11)
BENTON, Mo. -- An inmate at the Southeast Correctional Center (SECC) in Charleston was convicted last week for an assault on a prison employee. Joseph Williams, an inmate at the SECC serving lengthy prison sentences for other convictions, was found guilty Friday of committing violence against a Missouri Department of Corrections employee after a one-day jury trial at the Scott County Courthouse in Benton, according to a news release from the Mississippi County prosecuting attorney's office...
Missouri House to convene Thursday for special session business (10/20/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The special session of the legislature is not over in the eyes of the Missouri House of Representatives. With the state Senate all but throwing in the towel on the session Monday evening, a few Missouri House members convened for a short technical session Wednesday morning and made a motion to have the full House convene Thursday morning at 10 a.m...
Mo. park gets new hiking and mountain biking trail (10/20/11)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A state park in central Missouri has a new path for hikers and mountain bikers. The 2.75-mile trail Kelley Branch Mountain Bike Trail opened this month at Finger Lakes State Park in Boone County. The Columbia Missourian reported that construction began two years ago...
Dozens of exotic animals shot after owner lets them loose in Ohio (10/20/11)
ZANESVILLE, Ohio -- Sheriff's deputies shot nearly 50 wild animals -- including 18 rare Bengal tigers and 17 lions -- in a big-game hunt across the state's countryside Wednesday after the owner of an exotic-animal park threw their cages open and committed suicide...
Poll finds public unsettled on Obama challenger (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- Americans have yet to find a Republican they'd clearly prefer over President Barack Obama, although half say the president does not deserve re-election. Among Republicans, the desire to oust Obama is clear, according to a new AP-GfK poll. But it has not resolved divisions over the choice of a nominee. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is reasonably popular, but he has not pulled away from the field...
Citigroup to settle fraud charges with $285M payment (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- Citigroup has agreed to pay $285 million to settle civil fraud charges that it misled buyers of complex mortgage investment just as the housing market was starting to collapse. The Securities and Exchange Commission said Wednesday that the big Wall Street bank bet against the investment in 2007 and made $160 million in fees and profits. Investors lost millions...
Medicare costs to reduce Social Security increase (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- About 55 million Social Security recipients will get their first increase in benefits next year since 2009 -- a 3.6 percent raise. But higher Medicare premiums could erase part of it. For some, higher Medicare Part B premiums could wipe out as much as a fourth of their raise from Social Security, according to projections by the trustees who oversee the programs...
FDA cites dirty equipment at farm in cantaloupe outbreak (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- Pools of water on the floor and old, hard-to-clean equipment at a Colorado farm's cantaloupe packing facility were probably to blame for the deadliest outbreak of foodborne illness in 25 years, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday...
Congress takes up overhaul of No Child Left Behind law (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- A rare show of bipartisanship in a divided Congress produced a deal to fix an education law long considered flawed, until a single senator stalled progress Wednesday. The delay would be short and would not deter the committee working on one of the most significant overhauls of the No Child Left Behind law since it was passed in 2002, the chairman said...
Profits for Apple up, but its stock falls (10/20/11)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Call it the curse of great expectations. Apple did just about everything right in its latest quarter. The company increased its profit by more than 50 percent and boosted revenue by nearly 40 percent over the same quarter last year...
Some retailers trading profits for sales (10/20/11)
NEW YORK -- Retailers are so desperate this holiday season that they're willing to lose money to get you to spend yours. Take online jeweler Stauer. It's offering a $249 amethyst necklace for free -- provided customers pay the $24.95 it costs to ship it. Stauer will lose money on the deal, but it hopes to reel in new customers who will buy other jewelry...
Spider-Man bandit foiled by clerks (10/20/11)
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. -- Authorities in North Carolina say a sword-wielding bandit wearing a Spider-Man mask walked into a convenience store Wednesday and demanded money. The Onslow County Sheriff's Department said the clerk pulled out a broom and poked him in the stomach. A second clerk joined in the struggle. The suspect fled and was found at a nearby home...
Ariz. deportation officer arrested on marijuana smuggling charge (10/20/11)
PHOENIX -- A deportation officer with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement led Arizona state police and federal agents on a high-speed desert chase in his government vehicle, throwing bundles of marijuana out of the window as he fled, the Department of Public Safety said Wednesday...
Occupy Wall Street protest becomes NYC tourist stop (10/20/11)
NEW YORK -- Some women from Kansas were taking in as much of New York City as they could Wednesday. They hopped on a subway, watched the construction at the World Trade Center site and visited lower Manhattan's newest tourist destination: the park where Occupy Wall Street protesters have camped out for more than a month...
Gadhafi, Libya's leader for 42 years, killed (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A U.S. official says Libya's new government has told the United States that Moammar Gadhafi is dead. The official said Libya's Transitional National Council informed U.S. officials in Libya of the development Thursday. The official said TNC chief Mahmoud Jibril was expected to officially announce Gadhafi's death soon...
French first lady gives birth to girl (10/20/11)
PARIS -- French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy gave birth to a baby girl on Wednesday night -- the first infant born to a sitting president of modern-day France, the French media reported. President Nicolas Sarkozy, finishing a meeting in Frankfurt on the euro debt crisis, was absent when the couple's first child was born shortly before 8 p.m., according to BFM TV. He reportedly arrived at the small, private Muette Clinic about 11 p.m. -- his third trip Wednesday to the facility...
Iran's supreme leader ups fight with Ahmadinejad (10/20/11)
TEHRAN, Iran -- In the ongoing political skirmishes among Iran's leadership, it was the equivalent of bringing out the heavy ammunition: The country's most powerful figure warning that the post of elected president could someday be scrapped. Although no overhauls appear on the immediate horizon after Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's comment -- he spoke only vaguely about possibilities in the "distant future" -- the mere mention of eliminating Iran's highest elected office shows the severity and scope of the power struggle between Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.. ...
World markets look to Europe, hoping for solution to crisis (10/20/11)
LONDON -- Hopes that Europe is close to agreeing a package of measures to deal with its debt crisis supported market sentiment Wednesday, though fears of disappointment kept the gains in check. A report in The Guardian newspaper in London suggested that France and Germany, Europe's two biggest economies, were putting the finishing touches on a massive expansion of the region's bailout fund, the European Financial Stability Facility or EFSF...
Riots rock Greece as austerity measures get first approval (10/20/11)
ATHENS, Greece -- Hundreds of youths smashed and looted stores in central Athens and clashed with riot police during a massive anti-government rally against painful new austerity measures that won initial parliamentary approval in a vote Wednesday night...
Libyan PM says Gadhafi attempting to recruit fighters (10/20/11)
TRIPOLI, Libya -- Libya's acting prime minister said Wednesday that ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi is believed to be recruiting fighters from other African countries and preparing for a possible insurgency, hoping to destabilize Libya's new regime...
Secretary of State Clinton in Kabul to push Afghan reconciliation (10/20/11)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is encouraging Afghanistan's wary leadership to keep up Taliban reconciliation efforts and boosting counterterrorism cooperation with Pakistan as the Obama administration presses ahead with troop withdrawal plans...
Scott City volleyball team sweeps Perryville in battle of powers (10/20/11)
The Scott City volleyball team defeated Perryville 25-18, 25-15 on Wednesday.
Notre Dame boys soccer team gets better of Jackson (10/20/11)
The Notre Dame boys soccer team defeated Jackson 2-1 for the second time in two weeks.
Jackson aces Seckman volleyball team (10/20/11)
The Jackson volleyball team got 30 percent of its points off aces in its 25-22, 25-13 victory over host Seckman.
Area digest 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
Bob Lents shot a 141 to finish first in the club championship championship flight at the Cape Girardeau Country Club. Dan Buerck was second with a 152, while Tim Kelley was third with a 156. Kelley's 156 was good enough to win the senior club championship's championship flight, while Mark Kneer was second with a 160 and Ron Seabaugh and Tom Hamilton tied for third with 163s...
Rangers rally in 9th, beat Cards to even Series (10/20/11)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Down to their last three outs, and in danger of dropping into a serious World Series deficit, the Texas Rangers rallied against St. Louis' vaunted bullpen for a 2-1 victory Thursday night. Josh Hamilton and Michael Young hit sacrifice flies in the ninth inning to give Texas the win...
Craig's pinch single gives Cardinals 3-2 win (10/20/11)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Pinch-hitter Allen Craig singled in the go-ahead run off reliever Alexi Ogando in the sixth inning with a sinking line drive that dropped just in front of right fielder Nelson Cruz, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Texas Rangers 3-2 on Wednesday night in a chilly World Series opener...
Carpenter sets tone for Cardinals in opener (10/20/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Chris Carpenter insisted over and over that his elbow was fine. Sure, he got treatment, but who isn't sore this time of the year? There was no let up from the Cardinals ace, who gave his all on defense and kept it close for six innings in St. Louis' 3-2 victory in the opener of the World Series on Wednesday night...
Rams QB Bradford misses practice, iffy for Sunday at Dallas (10/20/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Newly acquired Brandon Lloyd looked good in his first practice with the St. Louis Rams. Mark Clayton's back, too. Now they just need someone to get them the ball. Quarterback Sam Bradford did not practice Wednesday while getting treatment for a high left ankle sprain, increasing the likelihood journeyman A.J. ...
Craig's pinch-hit single proves winner for Cardinals in Game 1 (10/20/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Texas manager Ron Washington joked about not being able to match wits with Tony La Russa. No joke. Who can, these days? The St. Louis boss once again looked like a genius, especially when Allen Craig pinch-hit for ace Chris Carpenter and delivered a go-ahead single Wednesday night that sent the Cardinals past the Texas Rangers 3-2 in Game 1 of the World Series...
Hooked on Science: Squeaky clean (10/20/11)
Watch what happens when Ivory soap is cooked in a microwave. * STEP 1: Place one bar of Ivory soap on a paper towel and put it into the microwave. The heat causes the air molecules inside the soap to get excited. When this occurs, the soap expands into an incredible size...
neXt up 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
"Crazy, Stupid, Love," rated PG-13 @AMC Town Plaza 5 "Johnny English Reborn," rated PG @Cape West 14 Cine "The Mighty Macs," rated G @Cape West 14 Cine "Paranormal Activity 3," rated R @Cape West 14 Cine "The Three Musketeers," rated PG-13 @Cape West 14 Cine...
who's neXt 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
HONORS, ACHIEVEMENTS -- From staff reports...
Belgian riders seeing the country by Segway (10/20/11)
MARSHALL, Mo. -- Every summer, people set off across the county on long journeys. Some drive, some bike and some walk. But Pierre-Jean de Stexhe, Julien Schepers and Tom Boccara of Belgium use Segway scooters. De Stexhe has long been an avid traveler, he said, but about five years ago he was injured in a skiing accident and is partially paralyzed, so conventional approaches to the journey no longer work...
Georgia Neibauer (10/20/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- Georgia Halterman Neibauer, 99, of The Villages, Fla., died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, at The Village Homewood at Freedom Pointe. She was formerly of Anna and Paducah, Ky. Crain Funeral Home in Anna is in charge of arrangements.
Lindsay McConachie (10/20/11)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Lindsay E. McConachie, 65, of Columbia passed away Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, at University of Missouri Hospital. He was born to Eugene and Betty Sue Elmore McConachie on Sept. 13, 1946, in Cape Girardeau. Lindsay grew up in Charleston, Mo., and graduated from Charleston High School and Southeast Missouri State University...
Charlotte Malahy (10/20/11)
Charlotte G. Malahy, 89, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, at Ratliff Care Center. She was born Oct. 3, 1922, in Echols, Minn., to Gilbert and Mathilde Olsen Olson. She and Robert C. Malahy were married Jan. 4, 1947, in St. James, Minn. He died July 9, 2003...
Mary Slinkard (10/20/11)
Mary A. Slinkard, 75, of Jackson died Monday, Oct. 17, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 13, 1935, in Cape Girardeau, to James and Iva Barnett Sisk. She and Ronnie Gene Slinkard were married Dec. 21, 1957, in Holly Springs, Miss. He preceded her in death May 23, 2007...
Howard Friese (10/20/11)
Howard D. Friese, 89, of Cape Girardeau passed away Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born July 17, 1922, in Sedgewickville, Mo., son of Ira M. and Ella Statler Friese. He and Lucille Crader were married May 22, 1960, at Sedgewickville Lutheran Church...
Births 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
Son to Raymond Allen and Rebekah Leigh Null of Cape Girardeau, Saint Francis Medical Center, 4:20 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. Name, Dalton Patrick. Weight, 5 pounds, 2 ounces. Second son. Mrs. Null is the former Rebekah Wilson, daughter of Kathy VandenBergh of Strafford, Mo., and Larry Wilson of Sikeston, Mo. She is customer service manager at Walmart. Null is the son of Virgil and Sharon Null of Cape Girardeau. He is employed in the parts department at Bootheel Harley-Davidson...
Cape Girardeau police report 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
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Cape Girardeau fire report 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Jackson police and fire report 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
*** Jackson Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday: * Emergency medical service on Elwanda Drive. * Emergency medical service on West Main Street. * Citizen assist on Tower Grove Avenue.
Out of the past 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
WASHINGTON -- Approval of the Cape Girardeau flood-control project was among several water projects in Missouri worth at least $509 million approved last week in the House; the $25.1 million project here will include channel work, bridge replacements and relocations of 18 houses and two commercial buildings along Cape LaCroix Creek...
Award recipients (10/20/11)
This weekend is the Southeast Missouri State University Homecoming. While the weekend is full of special events that draw university alumni back to Cape Girardeau, one of the highlights is recognizing the Alumni and Faculty Merit Award recipients. This year's class:...
Speak Out 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
THE person who made the comment about higher tax rates for wealthy people possibly being discrimination made under $25,000 in 2010. They (being me) were attempting to be impartial and fair, unlike many who preach about other people paying their fair share...
Prayer 10/20/11 (10/20/11)
O Lord Jesus, may we be courageous, boldly proclaiming your word to all. Amen.
HalloweenFest at First Baptist Church of Cape (10/20/11)
First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau, 1289 Lexington Ave., is again hosting it's October 31st HALLOWEENFEST in the church Activities Center from 5:30-7 on Halloween night. It's a safe, indoor alternative to trick or treating. The event features a "walk-through" candy giveaway plus fun & games! The community is invited...
Central High School journalists take top awards (10/20/11)
The staff of the Cape Central High School yearbook, Girardot, combined forces with the staff of the campus newspaper, The Tiger, to win the Sweepstakes Trophy for the third straight year at the Regional Southeast Missouri Student Press Association Workshop and Competition held at Southeast Missouri State University in September. ...
Gator swimmers "Swim to the Arch" (10/20/11)
Cape Girardeau, MO--As the St. Louis Cardinals compete in the 2011 World Series, most local sports fans know just how long it takes to drive from Cape to St. Louis. But, what if you had to swim there? Members of the Gators Swim Team, Southeast Missouri's longest running swim program, will find out Friday, October 28 2011 when team members swim the 120 miles it takes to get from the Cape Central Municipal Pool in Cape Girardeau to the St. Louis Arch...
McDonald's RMHC Donates To Student Santas (10/20/11)
SEMO Student Santas has received $5000 from Ronald McDonald House Charities to support its Christmas Toy Drive. The program helps families in need, not just with children's toys, but clothing, baby supplies, food, etc.the organization gave away 8,000 toys in 2010. They are a non-profit organization that collects donated toys and donated money to be able to give presents to those unfortunate families/kids who otherwise would have very little on Christmas morning...
SCV calls for Hate Crimes prosecution (10/20/11)
Press Release 10/16/2011 Missouri Division Sons of Confederate Veterans Contact: Commander Jim England- cjengland@mindspring.com Contact: Clint E. Lacy -- mobushwhacker@att.net 573.208.5916 The Tuesday, October 11, 2011 Southeast Missourian newspaper found at the following URL, http://www.semissourian.com/story/177254 carried a story about a Cape Girardeau, Mo. Confederate monument being vandalized...
Local Teen to Compete in Miss Teen USA State Pagent (10/20/11)
Michaila Fleming from Cape Girardeau,daughter of the late Regina Myers and granddaughter of Roseanne and Robert Myers, has been selected to participate in the 2012 Miss Missouri Teen USA pagent. The pagent will take place November 6, 2011 in St Louis, Missouri. She will be competing as Miss City of Roses USA and will compete in swimsuit, evening gown, and personal interview competitions...
20th Anniversary of Haunted Hall of Horror (10/20/11)
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Haunted Hall of Horror at the A.C. Brase Arena in Cape Girardeau. For more pictures visit flickr.com/cityofcape.
Punk Rock Pitbull (10/20/11)
Trinity visited Southeast Hospital with her halloween costume on for her Pet Pal visit! She made lots of people stop to pet her and smiles could be seen all around us!!!
Rainbow Falls (10/20/11)
This is a photo of Rainbow Falls in Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The water flow was low but the foliage made up for it.
Pie in the face for charity (10/20/11)
Family Video manager Andy R. took a pie in the face from Danielle W. as part of an ongoing charity event on October 15th for The ( Feed My Starving Children)Charity
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