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Stories from Sunday, October 23, 2011

SEMO celebrates Homecoming with parachutists, plaza unveiling (10/23/11)
As kickoff time drew near Saturday, Houck Stadium seemed to fill slowly with red as viewed from the air. "Where is it? Where's the target? I don't see it," joked Jesse Stahler, a member of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights parachute team. Far below, Homecoming events at Southeast Missouri State University were visible in their entirety, anchored by the midfield Redhawks logo...
SEMO regents approve new residence hall (10/23/11)
A clearer picture is forming of how Southeast Missouri State University will deal with a shortage of student housing based on approvals by the board of regents Friday. University officials also gave an update on the feasibility of a hotel near the River Campus.
Area to get more than $1 million in Delta Regional Authority grants (10/23/11)
The Delta Regional Authority said last week it will provide more than $1 million in grants to help fund infrastructure and entrepreneurship projects in 13 Missouri communities, including seven in Southeast Missouri. The Delta Regional Authority is a federal-state partnership that supports job creation by providing grants for projects in its region, which covers parts of eight states along the Mississippi River...
Corps gets $3 million to repair Birds Point to 55 feet (10/23/11)
DORENA, Mo. -- If the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could order up 80 straight days of weather like Friday's -- 65 degrees and sunny -- then the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway would be rebuilt to 55 feet by the middle of February. But corps officials said Friday at a news conference they know not many days like that remain, leaving Mississippi County residents with months of uncertainty before the threat of flooding returns next spring...
Missouri faces two court cases over insolvent Second Injury Fund (10/23/11)
With cases against it pending in both federal and state court, Missouri may soon be ordered by a judge to pay Second Injury Fund benefits it stopped paying earlier this year. If that happens, the state is certain to pass the cost on to employers, said Richard Moore, assistant general counsel and director of regulatory affairs for the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He spoke to business leaders in Jackson about Missouri's insolvent Second Injury Fund last week...
Saxony Lutheran High School challenges Strack mining permit (10/23/11)
Saxony Lutheran High School has filed a petition for judicial review challenging the state mining permit issued to Strack Excavating. The suit was filed Friday in Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court, asking the judge to reverse the Missouri Department of Natural Resources' decision and take away Strack's permit to construct a 76-acre limestone mine near Saxony Lutheran High School off County Road 601...
Perryville man pleads not guilty to rape, sodomy (10/23/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- A Perryville man plead not guilty Friday on charges of raping and sodomizing and 18-year-old girl at a local hotel. Bobby Roberts, 57, was also granted a change of venue to Cape Girardeau County. He is scheduled to appear Nov. 7 in Jackson...
Man charged with Perry County murder pleads not guilty, gets new judge (10/23/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- A man accused of murder after he allegedly gave drugs to a woman found dead in a Perryville hotel room in June pleaded not guilty and was granted a request for a new judge Friday. Steven A. Harbour, 25, of Fredericktown, Mo., was granted a motion for change of judge to Division II Judge Benjamin Lewis, who he will appear before on Nov. 4. at the Perry County courthouse...
Hearing set in assault, possession case against Cape Girardeau man (10/23/11)
A preliminary hearing has been set for a Cape Girardeau man accused of child abuse, domestic assault and drug possession. Jason J. Robert, 37, will appear in court Nov. 10 on charges resulting from his Oct. 16 arrest. Cape Girardeau County sheriff's deputies were called to his home at 380 Teton Lane near Cape Girardeau in response to a report of domestic assault...
Restrictions continue Monday on Cairo bridge (10/23/11)
CAIRO, Ill. -- The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to continue lane and width restrictions on the U.S. 51/U.S. 60/U.S. 62 Ohio River bridge between Wickliffe, Ky., and Cairo on Monday. The restrictions on the Cairo bridge are to allow deck repair work that is expected to run through Friday. ...
Three Rivers College announces partnership for satellite campus (10/23/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Three Rivers College has been selected to coordinate educational services at a new off-campus location in Willow Springs, Mo., where city leaders say this partnership will transform their entire region. Classes for 200-250 students are expected to begin in the summer or fall, college president Dr. Devin Stephenson said Wednesday following the announcement at a board of trustees meeting...
Two arrested after reported home invasion at gunpoint in Poplar Bluff (10/23/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Two Poplar Bluff men were in jail Friday after allegedly forcing their way into a local home Thursday night at gunpoint and stealing cash, a gaming system and television. Eddie Lee Holmes, 23, and Davion J. Thompson, 21, were arrested at 3 a.m. Friday at Holmes' residence on suspicion of first-degree robbery, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. Holmes also was arrested on two Boone County, Mo., warrants for robbery and unlawful use of a weapon...
Jackson Fire Department gets new ladder truck (10/23/11)
Jackson firefighter Nick Teichman takes a spin on the ladder of the city's new aerial apparatus during training Friday. The aluminum ladder has a 75-foot reach. The pump is rated at 1,500 gallons per minute with a 500-gallon water tank. The city of Jackson received a FEMA grant of $630,000 for the truck, with the city's portion being $31,500. ...
Cape Girardeau County Commission agenda 10/24/11 (10/23/11)
Administrative Office Building 1 Barton Square, Jackson 9 a.m. Monday Routine business Action items Appointment and possible action items Discussion and possible action items...
Missouri Senate leader to end special session (10/23/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Senate leader says he intends to end a special legislative session next week without approving a package of business incentives. State lawmakers have been meeting since early September, but the House and Senate have come to a stalemate over the legislation...
Mo. repeals teacher-student Internet restrictions (10/23/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation repealing a contentious law that had limited online discussions between teachers and students. Nixon's signature Friday will delete a law enacted earlier this year barring teachers from using websites that allow "exclusive access" with current or former students 18 or younger. Some teachers raised concerns that they would be restricted from using social media sites such as Facebook, which allow private messages...
Obama: U.S. troops in Iraq to be 'home for the holidays' (10/23/11)
WASHINGTON -- America's war in Iraq will be over by year's end and all U.S. troops "will definitely be home for the holidays," President Barack Obama said Friday.
‘Survivor' fan favorite to run for Indiana governor (10/23/11)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Rupert Boneham won over TV viewers during 2004's "Survivor: All-Stars" -- earning a nifty $1 million as the overwhelming choice for fan favorite. Now the bushy-bearded, tie-dye-wearing Boneham is hoping Indiana voters will find him just as charming...
Foreign successes might not help Obama's presidential campaign (10/23/11)
WASHINGTON -- By declaring the Iraq War over, President Barack Obama scored what his allies see as a fourth big foreign policy success in six months, starting with Osama bin Laden's killing. But in his re-election bid, these events might play a discouragingly small role even if they burnish his eventual place in history...
Nevada moves caucus to Feb. 4 (10/23/11)
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Nevada Republicans have shifted their presidential caucuses to early February, a move that ends an increasingly bitter standoff among rival states and for the first time clarifies the path to the Republican presidential nomination...
Obama signs 3 trade deals without normal ceremonial fanfare (10/23/11)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama signed off Friday on the first three -- and possibly last -- free trade agreements of his administration, deals with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama that could be worth billions to American exporters and create tens of thousands of jobs...
Thailand leader says floods may last longer (10/23/11)
BANGKOK -- Thailand's catastrophic floods may take up to six weeks to recede, the prime minister said Saturday, as residents living in Bangkok's outskirts sloshed through waist-high waters in some areas and the human toll from the crisis nationwide rose to 356 dead and more than 110,000 displaced...
With Gadhafi death, an era passes (10/23/11)
CAIRO -- He often looked like a comical buffoon, standing before audiences, bedecked in colorful robes, spouting words that most of the world considered nonsense. Yet the death of Moammar Gadhafi was a milestone in modern Arab history, in some ways more significant than the overthrow of lesser autocrats in Tunisia and Egypt...
285 Indian girls shed ‘unwanted' names (10/23/11)
MUMBAI, India -- More than 200 Indian girls whose names mean "unwanted" in Hindi chose new names Saturday for a fresh start in life. A central Indian district held a renaming ceremony it hopes will give the girls new dignity and help fight widespread gender discrimination that gives India a skewed gender ratio, with far more boys than girls...
Clinton seeks support role for Afghanistan's neighbors (10/23/11)
TASHKENT, Uzbekistan -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday urged Afghanistan's Central Asian neighbors to play a role in securing and rebuilding the country as American forces withdraw over the next three years. She also pressed authorities in the region about improving their record on human rights...
Jackson football team nips Seckman 8-7 (10/23/11)
A stingy defense and just enough offense combined to end Jackson's five-game losing streak. It also sent Jackson's seniors out with a win in their final home appearance of the regular season while keeping alive the Indians' playoff hopes. "It was great to get the seniors a win," junior linebacker Ken Maudie said following Friday night's 8-7 victory over visiting Seckman. "I was really proud of them."...
Red zone unkind to Scott City football team in 39-20 loss (10/23/11)
The Rams threw for 254 yards in their third consecutive loss
Chaffee football team's playoff hopes take a major hit (10/23/11)
The Red Devils committed seven turnovers in a 49-29 district loss to Cleveland NJROTC on Saturday
High school roundup: Central's Leighton wins Class 4 district cross country title (10/23/11)
All the local high school events reported Saturday to the Southeast Missourian.
High school roundup: Advance volleyball team cruises past Woodland in two games (10/23/11)
The Advance volleyball team knocked off host Woodland in two games Friday. The Hornets dispatched the Cardinals 25-19, 25-16. Jennifer James and Ashtyn Hudson both contributed four kills in the win. Allie Below finished with nine assists, 14 service points and three aces...
Sikeston airs it out to beat Central football team (10/23/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Sikeston had the perfect answer for a Central team that was determined to stop its vaunted running game -- senior quarterback David Foster. Foster completed all eight of his pass attempts for 248 yards and three touchdowns to help Sikeston eliminate Central from district contention with a 47-17 win Friday...
Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team conducts public scrimmage (10/23/11)
The Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team put the wraps on its first week of preseason practice with a public intrasquad scrimmage. Coach Dickey Nutt saw good and bad during Saturday morning's session at the Show Me Center that consisted of two 20-minute halves with a running clock. About 100 fans attended on Southeast's homecoming...
Southeast Missouri State soccer squad falls 2-1 to UTM (10/23/11)
The Southeast Missouri State soccer team lost to visiting Tennessee-Martin 2-1 in overtime Friday night in an unusual nonconference meeting between the Ohio Valley Conference programs. Southeast, which won at UTM 2-1 in the conference matchup on Oct 14, fell to 10-5-1 overall. The Redhawks continue to lead the OVC with a 6-1 record...
Redhawks freshman snags two interceptions (10/23/11)
A true freshman cornerback took center stage Saturday among many defensive heroes for Southeast Missouri State. Tim Hamm-Bey intercepted two second-half passes, including one that led to the go-ahead touchdown, as the Redhawks celebrated homecoming by beating Austin Peay 17-13...
Southeast Missouri State football team returns to win column (10/23/11)
The Southeast Missouri State football team didn't let two straight road losses by a combined 76 points ruin its confidence. Southeast bounced back from the disheartening blowouts by celebrating a happy homecoming Saturday, 17-13 over Austin Peay. The Redhawks, playing just their third home game before an announced crowd of 6,800 at Houck Stadium, improve to 2-5 overall and 2-3 in Ohio Valley Conference play...
Missouri succumbs to unbeaten OSU (10/23/11)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- It was a second half to forget for James Franklin. The Missouri sophomore quarterback threw three interceptions and lost a fumble after the break, turnovers that No. 6 Oklahoma State capitalized on in a 45-24 victory that kept the Cowboys unbeaten and ended the Tigers' 10-game home winning streak Saturday...
Injury will force Rams' Bradford to sit (10/23/11)
Feeley will get the start at quarterback today against Dallas
Pujols belts out three home runs as Cardinals take 2-1 lead in World Series (10/23/11)
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Albert Pujols simply let his bat make all the noise. And boy, it was pretty loud. Pujols hit three impressive home runs to tie the World Series record, amassing five hits and six RBIs Saturday night as the St. Louis Cardinals romped past the Texas Rangers 16-7 for a 2-1 edge...
Six fall drives to Missouri state parks (10/23/11)
Hawn State Park has the reputation as being Missouri's prettiest parks, especially in fall. Ed Schott can look out the window of his office and see why. "There are lots of vibrant reds and yellows in the oaks and hickories, and we have one of the largest stands of shortleaf pines in the park system," said Schott, who is the superintendent of the park in Southeast Missouri...
Flag football at Arena Park (10/23/11)
The Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation NFL flag football league plays in Arena Park on Saturdays and Mondays. ...
Man on 1,500-mile bike journey passes through Blytheville (10/23/11)
BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. -- Rich Dixon rolled through Blytheville last week on a 1,500-mile bike ride from Minnesota to Louisiana. The distance of his trip, however, does not begin to describe the weight of his journey. In December 1987, former math teacher Rich Dixon fell off the roof of his home in Fort Collins, Colo. ...
Adopt Elsa (10/23/11)
Elsa is a 7-year-old cat that loves to talk, eat a good breakfast, and then lounge around the rest of the day. Elsa is a sweet and classy cat. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823.
Adopt Ellington (10/23/11)
Ellington is a 10-month-old beagle. He is loving and gets along well with other animals. Ellington is available for adoption at The Humane Society 334-5837.
Pet of the week 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
Name: HoboOwner: Lillian AngleActivity: Chasing a string
Day of the Dead expanding in U.S. (10/23/11)
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Growing up in South Texas, Kiko Torres saw the Day of the Dead as an obscure holiday celebrated in southern Mexico. Few people dared to discuss it in his small but strong Catholic, Mexican-American community. Still, Torres said he became fascinated by Day of the Dead folk art and ceremonies he saw during his father's research trips to Mexico. ...
Homemade pet costume can make Halloween more fun (10/23/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Halloween's coming up and with a little DIY ingenuity, you can turn your dog or cat into a bee, bear or badger. Whether you are planning for a parade, party, photo session, contest or trick-or-treating, a homemade costume for your pet can make it more fun for both of you...
Local teen to compete in Miss Missouri Teen USA (10/23/11)
Michaila Fleming of 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 pageant. The pageant will take place Nov. 6 in St. Louis. She will be competing as Miss City of Roses USA and will compete in swimsuit, evening gown and personal interview competitions...
Marshall Community Chorus to remember fallen in first concert of season (10/23/11)
Marshall Community Chorus will present its first concert of the 2011-2012 season at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, in the Little Theatre at Marshall High School, The concert is designed to honor in music those who have died for their country or as a result of terrorism, according to Director Ron Sayer...
McDonald's give $2,774 grant to Jr. Achievement (10/23/11)
Junior Achievement of Southeast Missouri has received $2,774 from Ronald McDonald House Charities to support its classroom education program at Alma Schrader Elementary. Volunteers from the business community are trained to go into the classroom and teach about business, economics, entrepreneurship and work readiness. ...
FYI 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
St. James AME welcomed new pastor, the Rev. Rodney Moody, on Oct. 9. Moody, who has a wife and son, lives in St. Louis and previously led a church in Kennett, Mo. St. James is at 516 North St. in Cape Girardeau. Costume contest scheduled The Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department along with Mobil, Pioneer Market & Pick 'Ur Own and Southeast Missouri Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition are offering the inaugural Halloween Hoopla at the Shawnee Park Center from 6 to 8 p.m. ...
More than 1,000 help during Hunger Action Month (10/23/11)
September was Hunger Action Month, when the staff of Southeast Missouri Food Bank challenged everyone in Southeast Missouri to take action to fight hunger in their community all month long. The culmination of the monthly suggestions was to invite the public to join the food bank for a new event called "Party for the Good," which was a food packing event at the Osage Centre. ...
Don't define yourself by your limitations (10/23/11)
It seems that most people now tell children how great they are, what a good job they have done and try to shower them with praise. Individuals are told to recognize their abilities, praise themselves for laudable achievements and become their own best cheerleader...
Choose for now because tomorrow will be here (10/23/11)
It's amazing how quickly things change. Yesterday it was 80 degrees, today it's not. Yesterday I was a confused parent taking my oldest home from the hospital. Today I'm still a confused parent wondering where this preteen who is almost as tall as me came from. Time is always moving forward and is never resistant to change...
Common subjects, uncommon photo (10/23/11)
The bumblebee and green tree frog in this photo are common in Southeast Missouri, but capturing them together in a photo is uncommon. I am showing this photo today in hope that it will encourage budding nature photographers and nature observers to get out and enjoy nature. You may not have to go far to see something new, maybe no farther than your garden...
Seeger, Guthrie join Wall Street protest (10/23/11)
NEW YORK -- Folk music legend Pete Seeger and '60s folk singer Arlo Guthrie joined Occupy Wall Street demonstrators Friday in their campaign against corporate greed while residents near the protest park encampment pushed to regain some peace and quiet in their neighborhood...
Births 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
Son to Anthony R. and Amy M. Koeller of Jackson, Southeast Hospital, 8:44 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10, 2011. Name, Rylan Chase. Weight, 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Third son. Mrs. Koeller is the former Amy Youngblood, daughter of Jack and Nina Shepard of Ullin, Ill. She is an accountant with Drury Hotels Co. Koeller is the son of Stan and Martha Koeller of Jackson. He is an appraiser with Ahrens Appraisal Service...
Miesner - Lofton (10/23/11)
FROHNA, Mo. -- Amanda Miesner and Kenneth Lofton Jr. were united in marriage Sept. 10, 2011, at Salem Lutheran Church in Farrar, Mo. The Rev. Roger Abernathy performed the ceremony. Organist was Robyn Koenig. The bride is the daughter of Randy and Connie Miesner of Frohna. The groom is the son of Stella Hayes of Tiffin, Ohio, and Kenneth Lofton of Carey, Ohio...
Mason - Ventimiglia (10/23/11)
Janel Breanna Mason and David Vincent Ventimiglia were married Oct. 23, 2010, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Scott City. The Rev. Oliver Clavin performed the ceremony. Music was by Trio Girardeaux of Cape Girardeau. Organist and pianist was Hope Essner, and vocalist was Krista Keesee, both of Kelso, Mo...
Watkins - Meystedt (10/23/11)
Rachel Suzanne Watkins and Jason Paul Meystedt were married June 4, 2011, at First Baptist Church in Jackson. Chad Bles of Terra Nova Church in Sikeston, Mo., performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of David and Kathy Watkins of Oran, Mo. The groom is the son of Lisa and Barry Scroggins of Jackson and Jeff and Amanda Meystedt of Oran...
Vangilder - Busch (10/23/11)
Clay and Julie Vangilder of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Kara Lynn Vangilder, to Taylor Bradley Busch. He is the son of Matt and Kathy Busch of Cape Girardeau and Ken and Tracie Minner of Jackson. Vangilder is a 2007 graduate of Jackson High School. She expects to receive a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Southeast Missouri State University in December...
King - Dee (10/23/11)
Lynne McCauley of Jackson and Jerry and Kandy King of Frohna, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Kirsten Lynne King, to Dylan James Dee. He is the son of Alan and Laura Dee of Jackson. King is a 2009 graduate of Jackson High School, and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing. She is a licensed practical nurse at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Kuehn - 60 years (10/23/11)
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuehn Jr. of Cape Girardeau will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Wednesday. Kuehn and Wanda Reynolds were married Oct. 26, 1951, at the home of the Rev. A.J. Langston. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Kuehn, brother and sister-in-law of the groom...
Newell - 50 years (10/23/11)
KELSO, Mo. -- Mr. and Mrs. David M. Newell of Kelso will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Oct. 29, 2011. The event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the 4-H Community Center in Arena Park. Hosts will be their children. Newell and Anna Bottom were married Oct. 28, 1961, at Elco Methodist Church in Elco, Ill., by the Rev. Clarence Patton. Their attendants were Joy Varner and Donald Poole...
Bertrand - 65 years (10/23/11)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bertrand of Cape Girardeau recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at Port Cape, hosted by their children. The Bertrands and their family also made a trip to Las Vegas. Bertrand and Dorothy Huettig were married Aug. 31, 1946, in Perryville, Mo., by the Rev. A.M. Lohmann. Bertrand is the son of the late Frank C. and Zetta Essner Bertrand. Mrs. Bertrand is the daughter of the late Oscar and Frieda Klaus Huettig...
Cape Girardeau police report 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
Arrests The Department of Public Safety released the following item. Theft The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department reported the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Cape Girardeau fire report 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Jackson police and fire report 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summons...
Out of the past 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
A mechanical failure early in the morning at a Union Electric mobile transformer in the central part of Cape Girardeau results in a 50- to 60-minute power outage that darkens homes, businesses and traffic signals, as well as Schultz School. After more than an hour of sometimes spirited debate yesterday at Concord Theatre, Rep. ...
Fashion show (10/23/11)
Many in our community have been blessed with wonderful families and spouses. Unfortunately, others have faced the horror of domestic violence. For these individuals, the Safe House for Women in Cape Girardeau is one of the first places they turn to for help...
'Legalized counterfeiting' (10/23/11)
Are corporate officers counterfeiters? Sure, they are not printing illegal dollars, they are just legally printing stock certificates and selling them for dollars. In the beginning, corporations issue and sell stock to finance their corporation. When they build a new plant or expand their operation, they issue and sell more stock to finance the increased operation. ...
Red House kid's fair (10/23/11)
On Oct. 8, the Red House Interpretive Center held it's annual kid's fair. Many volunteers contributed to the success of the day -- too many to list in this letter. There is one person, however, who every year gives many hours toward the success of this event. That person is Anne Hutson...
Speak Out 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
THANK you very much for posting that they found my blue purse at the Jackson Walmart Saturday afternoon. I believe in God, and I believe in angels. You are an angel. Thank you very much again. ABSOLUTELY no to urban deer hunting. It is rare to kill a deer with one arrow. If they are hit, they will panic and run for miles through yards doing damage, and yes, on playgrounds and your child. We may be causing more harm than good...
Prayer 10/23/11 (10/23/11)
We praise you, O God, for the joy of the Lord is our strength. Amen.
Barrios named IAAP Executive of the Year (10/23/11)
Dr. Frank Barrios, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Southeast Missouri State University, was recently selected as the 2011 Executive of the Year for the Girardot Chapter of International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) at its annual Executive Recognition Banquet on Oct. ...
2nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner (10/23/11)
The Boys & Girls Club of Cape Girardeau will be hosting their 2nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner to benefit the Afterschool program this Thursday, October 27, 2011, from 6pm to 8pm. The fundraiser, held at the American Legion Hall on Thomas Drive in Cape, will feature salad and breadsticks from Olive Garden, all-you-can-eat spaghetti, drinks, and dessert for one low price of $6.00 for adults, $3.00 for kids 12 and under...
Pet Fest 2011 (10/23/11)
This is our chihuahua named Fancy at the PetFest 2011 held at Busch's Pet Products Saturday October 22nd.. Her hat was made by Doggie Duds and Special Touch gave her scarf to her.. And she won for littlest dog! Thank you Stacy for having a great get together!!!!!...
Brooke Anderson harvests 1st banded Canada Goose (10/23/11)
Brooke Anderson harvested her 1st ever Canada Goose in Manitoba, Canada on October 16; then on October 17th, she takes her first ever banded Canada Goose.. Pictured here with her grandpa, David Ford. Jim Butler, Greg Frayser and Brian Anderson also shared in this wonderful event....
clouds (10/23/11)
clouds taken near chaffee
Cookie (10/23/11)
This is Cookie and she is a 3 year old Morkie. Her favorite thing to do is "Go for a ride in the car"
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