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Stories from Sunday, October 30, 2011

Hundreds come out for downtown Cape bluegrass festival (10/30/11)
Bluegrass is back, according to the organizers of the Big Muddy Spook Heavy music festival in downtown Cape Girardeau this weekend. Sixteen bands performed near the intersection of Water and Themis streets, including several local groups and regional touring acts, most with a progressive bluegrass sound...
Abbypalooza at Cape County Park North raises more than $5,000 for brain cancer research (10/30/11)
An event two months in the making raised $5,000 Saturday to help fund brain tumor research. Abbypalooza, named for 5-year-old Abby Jensen, who died of brain cancer in July, began as an idea of her mother, Maegan Jensen. Two weeks after Abby's death, Jensen asked family friend April Huffman to help plan an event to raise money to fight Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, the rarest of all pediatric brain tumors, and to express gratitude to the community that helped her family after Abby's diagnosis.. ...
75 people attend open house at Chaffee Fire Department (10/30/11)
The Chaffee Fire Department hosted an open house Saturday to give the community an opportunity to tour the fire station and learn more about fire safety. About 75 parents, grandparents and children passed through at the station to enjoy hot dogs, bratwursts and cool drinks, while fire chief Sam Glenzy described some of the fire department tools and application...
Approved SEMO dorm to be similar in size, look, cost to New Hall (10/30/11)
The newest residence hall at Southeast Missouri State University will be the third expansion of student housing in 10 years. The newest hall follows New Hall, completed in 2009, and Vandiver Hall, completed in 2002, both on the south side of campus near the intersection of Henderson Avenue and Broadway. It will be constructed by fall 2013 on the north side of campus near the Seabaugh Polytechnic Building...
Four arrested, property recovered in Kennett investigation (10/30/11)
KENNETT, Mo. -- The Kennett Police Department has arrested four people and recovered about $200,000 in property following an investigation into a recent rash of vehicle break-ins and a local burglary. According to Kennett police chief Barry Tate, he and several off-duty officers conducted clandestine surveillance and investigations during the overnight hours Thursday...
Another bidder backs out of Cape Girardeau federal building negotiations (10/30/11)
A second bidder has now backed away from its effort to buy the former federal building in Cape Girardeau. The General Services Administration is now negotiating with the third-highest bidder in an online auction, which ended in August, to purchase the 44-year-old, two-story vacant building at 339 Broadway, said GSA spokeswoman Angela Brees...
Disney princess fans pack Show Me Center (10/30/11)
Hundreds of little princesses in shiny tiaras and glittering gowns waved magic wands as they stood outside the Show Me Center on Saturday afternoon waiting with parents and grandparents to see one of two productions of "Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales." More than 25 Disney characters were featured in the new stage production from Feld Entertainment, the producers of Disney on Ice. About 2,600 tickets were sold for the two afternoon performances...
SEMO moves application deadline up (10/30/11)
Applications for admission as well as on-campus housing at Southeast Missouri State University must be turned in earlier than in past years for the fall 2012 semester. According to the university, the deadline has been moved from July to June 1 due to continuing limited housing availability...
Poplar Bluff man killed in early morning house fire (10/30/11)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Local and state investigators remained on the scene Friday morning of an overnight house fire that claimed the life of a Poplar Bluff man. David L. Buchanan, 53, was found dead inside the bedroom of his home at 1401 N. 12th St., according to Butler County Coroner Jim Akers, who responded a little after 4 a.m...
Cape Girardeau leaf collection program starts next month (10/30/11)
The City of Cape Girardeau's annual leaf collection program will begin on Nov. 7. Residents will have four options for disposing of leaves, according to information distributed by the city government. The first will be a curbside loose leaf pick up program. ...
Mississippi County explores other ways to fund flood repairs (10/30/11)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Mississippi County may get assistance on disaster recovery costs not covered by FEMA from another federal program. During their regular meeting Thursday, county commissioners approved applying for a special Community Development Block Grant which if awarded would pay the 25 percent not covered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency...
Woman convicted of stealing from Arts Council of Southeast Missouri slow in making restitution (10/30/11)
A Cape Girardeau woman convicted of stealing thousands of dollars from a not-for-profit agency has been sporadic in her restitution payments and may face prison time. Valaree Rutherford is in danger of having her probation revoked because she has not been diligent with her restitution payments. She was due in court for a show-cause hearing Sept. 12, but the hearing was postponed until Dec. 12...
Sewer repair work to cause detours in Jackson (10/30/11)
Sanitary sewer repair work is scheduled to begin Monday on West Main Street in Jackson, weather permitting. West Main Street will be one lane between Bast Street and Elmwood Boulevard while work is performed between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday...
Marble Hill Mayor Masterson dead at 72 (10/30/11)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Marble Hill has lost a longtime civic leader and current mayor. Russell P. "Bat" Masterson, 72, lost his battle with cancer and died at his home with his family Thursday. Masterson's friends called him "Bat," in reference to the old west lawman that inspired a television program in the 1950s. ...
Club news 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
Town and Country FCE Club met Oct. 13, at the home of Darlene McCain, president, who presided. She gave the devotion titled "Seasonal Change" and "Indian Summer." Pennies for "Coins for Friendship" were collected. Mary Klaproth and Sue Jones reported on attending the 75th Diamond Jubilee MAFCE 2011 annual conference Sept. ...
St. Louis-area teen injured after getting caught in noose at haunted house (10/30/11)
FENTON, Mo. (AP) -- A St. Louis-area teenager is hospitalized with serious injuries after getting caught in a noose used as a prop in a haunted house. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/utsckQ ) reports that the apparent accident happened Thursday night at Creepyworld in Jefferson County. Authorities say the 17-year-old girl works as an actress to scare guests at the haunted house...
E. coli cases in and around St. Louis up to 22 (10/30/11)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Investigators from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Missouri's health department were in St. Louis on Friday trying to determine the cause of an E. coli outbreak that sickened nearly two dozen people in the city and four surrounding counties.
Today in History (10/30/11)
Today is Sunday, Oct. 30, the 303rd day of 2011. There are 62 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 30, 1961, the Soviet Union tested a hydrogen bomb, the "Tsar Bomba," with a force estimated at about 50 megatons. The Soviet Party Congress unanimously approved a resolution ordering the removal of Josef Stalin's body from Lenin's tomb...
Obama cites income gap to push stalled jobs bill (10/30/11)
Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama is banking on a new report detailing the income disparity in the country as further evidence of the need for his $447 billion jobs bill. A report this past week by the Congressional Budget Office found that average after-tax income for the top 1 percent of U.S. ...
Early storm pelts East Coast with wet, heavy snow (10/30/11)
Associated Press STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- A classic nor'easter was chugging along up the East Coast and expected to dump anywhere from a dusting of snow to about 10 inches throughout the region starting Saturday, a decidedly unseasonal date for a type of storm more associated with midwinter...
Bangkok flood defenses hold off peak tides (10/30/11)
BANGKOK -- Defenses shielding the center of Thailand's capital from the nation's worst floods in nearly 60 years mostly held at critical peak tides Saturday, as the waters began to recede after killing almost 400 people. But the threat to central Bangkok was not over, the prime minister said, and the city's northern districts remained submerged along with much of the countryside...
Attack on NATO convoy kills 17 in Afghanistan (10/30/11)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A Taliban suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into an armored NATO bus Saturday on a busy thoroughfare in Kabul, killing 17 people, including a dozen Americans, in the deadliest strike against the U.S.-led coalition in the Afghan capital since the war began...
Scott City's volleyball season ends with Class 2 sectional loss (10/30/11)
Amelia Held and her St. Pius teammates rode into Scott City and did something no other team managed to do this season. They knocked off the Scott City Rams. And they did it in dramatic fashion. The Lancers beat the Rams 23-25, 25-18, 25-22 in a wild Class 2 sectional volleyball match...
St. Vincent's Steele turns training tool into cross country title (10/30/11)
The Oak Ridge girls finished second in Class 1 District 1 to earn a trip to the state meet.
Oak Ridge boys cross country team nips Valle for district crown (10/30/11)
The Blue Jays placed five runners in the top 20 and advanced to the state meet
Scott City's Shemonia cruises to district cross country victory (10/30/11)
The Scott City boys team finished second in Class 2 District 1
Perryville's season ends in Class 3 sectional round (10/30/11)
IMPERIAL, Mo. -- Perryville volleyball coach David Mirly had done his homework on Class 3 sectional foe Lutheran South by watching them play in the district tournament. He saw trouble when Lancers senior Dana Kaempfe and junior Claire Luther rotated into the front row late in the third game of Saturday's match at Windsor High School...
High school roundup: Notre Dame's Kiblinger wins district cross country title (10/30/11)
All the local high school events reported Saturday to the Southeast Missourian.
Defending state volleyball champions oust Leopold in Class 1 quarterfinals (10/30/11)
BERNIE, Mo. -- The Leopold volleyball team spent almost all of its state quarterfinal match trying to catch up, to rally one more time, to recover. But the Wildcats never could surpass defending state champion Valle in a 25-13, 25-18 loss. "At the beginning of the season, not very many people expected us to be here," Leopold coach Sandy Davis said. ...
Woodland's Jones qualifies for state cross country meet (10/30/11)
The freshman placed 14th to qualify for the Cardinals
Southeast Missouri State soccer team clinches OVC crown with 3-0 win (10/30/11)
Southeast claimed its fourth regular-season title against visiting Jacksonville State
Southeast Missouri State football team's rally falls short vs. UTM (10/30/11)
Tennessee-Martin held off the Redhawks for a 38-30 victory
Southeast Missouri State's Davis snares first collegiate touchdown catches (10/30/11)
MARTIN, Tenn. -- Spencer Davis has been a strong contributor all season for the Southeast Missouri State football team. The redshirt freshman wide receiver primarily made his mark on returns early in the year, but he has become a prime option in the passing game during the last few weeks...
Southeast Missouri State cross country teams place third, fourth at OVC meet (10/30/11)
The Southeast Missouri State cross country program had another solid showing at Saturday's Ohio Valley Conference cross country championships in Richmond, Ky. Southeast's men placed third to finish in the top four for the fifth consecutive season. Southeast's women also were third, marking the 20th consecutive time they have finished in the top half of the event...
High-scoring Saints visit punchless Rams (10/30/11)
ST. LOUIS -- It almost was an unfair advantage for the New Orleans Saints, playing a winless team minus its starting quarterback. Now they get a chance to experience it again. The Saints vow not to let last week's historic 62-7 drubbing of the Peyton Manning-less Colts go to their heads when they play the St. Louis Rams and a quarterback making his second start since 2007...
Botched 1870 execution was 'Missouri's Hanging Horror' (10/30/11)
Among Civil War stories that took place in Stoddard County, one in particular stands out. In its day, the story is said to have appeared in newspapers from coast to coast. At a recent meeting of the Stoddard County Historical Society, Lyle Randolph of Clarkton was the guest speaker and related the story of a Confederate general who had been shot in Clarkton, Mo., shortly after the Civil War...
Author to speak on controversial topic at SEMO's Rose Theatre (10/30/11)
The idea that the religious beliefs of the Founding Fathers of the United States were agnostic or deist rather than Christian is widely accepted by historians. It is also, according to Dr. Peter Lillback, incorrect, at least when it comes to George Washington...
Adopt Nelly (10/30/11)
Nelly loves the attention and being petted. She is a 5-year-old cat who is fond of people and is a beautiful cat. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823.
Adopt Izzypow (10/30/11)
Izzy is a 1-year-old Siamese mix. She is very loving. Izzy is available for adoption at the Humane Society, 334-5837.
FYI 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
Westminster Presbyterian Church is inviting the public to join its members from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 30. People can bring a jack-o'-lantern or a pumpkin and use one of the church's Christian stencils as a guide. The jack-o'-lanterns will then be placed on the hill and lit for all to see. There will be pumpkin carving, family photos, "tattoo," s'mores and refreshments...
Schaefer's Electrical donates to SEMO Food Bank (10/30/11)
Schaefer's Electrical Enclosures donated $567 and 1,162 pounds of food to the SEMO Food Bank. The donation will provide 4,755 meals. McDonald's charity donates to Student Santas SEMO Student Santas has received $5,000 from Ronald McDonald House Charities to support its Christmas Toy Drive. ...
Pet of the week (10/30/11)
Pet name: Trinity Owner: Diana Palmer Favorite activity: Trinity loves donning her Halloween costume and visiting the hospital. ...
Some costumes a challenge for pets (10/30/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Pet owners love dressing up their dogs for Halloween. Only problem is, dogs don't always love wearing costumes. But there are some tricks you can use for those pets that don't think it's a treat to wear hats, boots, masks and coats for their owners' amusement...
Barrios name IAAP Executive of the Year (10/30/11)
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 at its annual Executive Recognition Banquet on Oct. ...
Jackson couple give painting to SoutheastHEALTH (10/30/11)
Jeff and Andrea Cunningham of Jackson presented the mixed media painting "Butterfly Composition XI 2011" by renowned artist Timothy Orikri to SoutheastHEALTH Foundation on Oct. 24, in memory of their daughter Melaina. Melaina passed away in March 2009 at the age of 3 due to complications from a congenital disease called nemaline myopathy. ...
A surprise from ego-surfing (10/30/11)
I must confess to a "crime." Now that the reader's attention is fully engaged after that opening sentence, the crime to which I refer is not jaywalking (for which I was cited once in Washington, D.C.) Nor is it for a moving violation, which has occurred -- I'm sad to say -- more than once in my life. The unspecified offense to which I refer to is something not found in any book of criminal statutes, but perhaps should be...
Hope is holding on to God (10/30/11)
The other day I wore a shirt that says only the word "hope" at the top in white letters that are half an inch long. I like the shirt because it is poetry; something about how those letters are scrawled so tinily across the top of this shirt resonates with me. ...
Native wild aster easy to grow (10/30/11)
There are several kinds and colors of wild asters. My photo here shows one that is common in Southeast Missouri. Known for flowering late in the year, the wild aster can continue to bloom well after the first frosts of autumn. Deer eat the leaves and flowers of the wild aster. Seed-eating songbirds such as goldfinches and sparrows will eat the aster's small seeds...
Marjorie Moonier (10/30/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Marjorie A. Moonier, 80, of Perryville died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at Independence Care Center in Perryville. She was born July 7, 1931, in Silver Lake, Mo., to Louis and Rhoda Loberg Hahn. She and Elvin "Happy" Moonier were married May 8, 1948. He preceded her in death Aug. 24, 2006...
Billy Ritter (10/30/11)
BENTON, Mo. -- Billy Jim Ritter, 62, of Benton died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at his home. He was born July 1, 1949, in Porterville, Calif., to the late James David and Edith Lucille Gabbard Ritter. He and Marilyn Reeves were married Jan. 7, 1969, and she survives...
Raymond Sauer (10/30/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Raymond A. Sauer, 83, of Perryville died Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Perryville. He was born July 15, 1928, in Apple Creek, Mo., son of August Joseph and Clara Zoellner Sauer. He and Evelyn Elizabeth Schumer were married Aug. 25, 1951. She survives in Perryville...
Robert Case Jr. (10/30/11)
BELL CITY, Mo. -- Robert Case Sr., 78, of Walnut Hill, Ill., was born Oct. 12, 1933, at Bell City, the son of Arnold and Bessie Mae Whittley Case, and passed away Oct. 27, 2011, at St. Mary's Hospital in Centralia, Ill. Visitation will held 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Monday at Morgan Funeral Chapel in Advance, Mo...
Gina Kuehn (10/30/11)
Gina S. Kuehn, 45, of Altenburg, Mo., passed away Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born July 8, 1966, daughter of Ed and Claudine Revelle Hess. She and Jim Kuehn were married July 30, 1994...
Michael Milliano (10/30/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Michael "Monk" Milliano, 56, of St. Louis, formerly of Perryville, died Oct. 26, 2011, in St. Louis. Friends may call from 4 p.m. until time of service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Young and Sons Funeral Home. The Rev. Milton Ryan will officiate...
Margaret Chase (10/30/11)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Margaret Louise Chase, 97, of Chaffee died Oct. 29, 2011, at Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.
Christine Garner (10/30/11)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Christine Wheeler Garner, 56, of Mounds died Friday evening, Oct. 28, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 29, 1954, in Cairo, Ill., the daughter of the late Matthew Edward and Gladys Ruth Terry Wheeler...
Joyce Omohundro (10/30/11)
Joyce Beatty Omohundro, 81, of Jackson passed away Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, at Audrain County Hospital. She was born Sept. 29, 1930, in West Portal, N.J., daughter of Thomas and Myrtle Sexton Beatty. She and Thomas Jackson Omohundro Sr. were married July 11, 1948, in West Portal...
Scheeter - Randolph (10/30/11)
Caitlin Marie Scheeter and David Timothy Randolph were married May 21, 2011, at Guardian Angel Church in Oran, Mo. The Rev. Randy Tochtrop performed the ceremony. Lector was Joan Scheeter, aunt of the bride. Organists were Betty Vandeven and Claire Bira, and vocalist was Renee Reinagel...
Bucher - Segura (10/30/11)
KELSO, Mo. -- Jennifer Lynn Bucher and Ernesto Rey Segura were married May 28, 2011, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso. The Rev. Oliver Clavin performed the ceremony. Readers were Sara Schubert of Enid, Okla., and Laura Mueller of Los Angeles, sisters of the groom...
McNeely - Burke (10/30/11)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. McNeely of Morehead City, N.C., formerly of Cape Girardeau, announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Sue McNeely of Morehead City, to Maj. Joseph Patrick Burke of Jacksonville, N.C. He is the son of Patricia Burke of Fairview Heights, Ill., and the late Bernard Burke...
James - Neal (10/30/11)
Paul L. and Sherry D. James of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Delaina James, to Lance L. Neal. He is the son of Larry L. and Diane Neal of Cape Girardeau. James is a 2007 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School. She expects to receive a degree in pharmacy from St. Louis College of Pharmacy in 2013. She is a pharmacy technician/student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Schnucks in Cape Girardeau and St. Louis...
Alma Schrader Elementary School (10/30/11)
4th grade: Lilly Abernathy, Eli Arnn, T.K. Ayers, Destiny Batchelor, Zack Benn, Trenton Berck, Kelandria Campbell, Danielle Carter, Gunner Crosnoe, Grayson Davis, Lydia Dillow, Madison Gaddis, Grace Groshong, Tyler Helm, Cody Henson, Morgan Hess, Tyra Jackson, Tyran Jackson, Ayana Johnson, Kennedy Keys, Bryce Kimberly, Brionna Lamburth, Nicholas Marston, Brady Murphy, Faith Parr, Avery Rayfield, Alex Sanders, Megan Smart, Riley Smith, Tanner Smith, Audrey Snodgrass, Archna Sobti, Blakelee Sutton, Samemia Taylor, Haley Ticer, Macey VanGilder, Josh Westbrook, Anna Wilke.. ...
Blanchard Elementary (10/30/11)
A Honor Roll 3rd grade: Derrick Applewhite, Eli Collier, Abigail Cowling, Reeanna Foster, MaNessah Ivory, Draedan King, Michael Knapp, Tileya McClinton, Ashley Mink, Essence Nesby, Takyra Williams, Daley Drum, Jillian Majors, Allison Schaefer, Kaylei Sterling, Cameren Walley, Abigail Green, John Lutes, Bailey Randol, Luke Sissom...
Scott City High School (10/30/11)
High Honor Roll 9th grade: Lauren Bollinger, Kylie Jackson, Caleb Jansen, Michaela Kiefer, Nathanial Klipfel, Lyndsie Robert, Victor Scouten. 10th grade: Rebecca Burger, Hailey Clayton, Madison Lands, Aimee Lathum. 11th grade: Collin Bentley, Ryan Brock, Julie Holder, Heather Keesee, Alexis Spriggs, Tana Tetley...
Jackson West Lane Elementary (10/30/11)
4th grade: Alex Ahrens, Kailey Bell, Hunter Bilek, Kaitlyn Bohnsack, Sophia Brady, Aaron Brown, Lexie Bryant, Mary Calvin, Carson Childers, Parker Clements, A.J. Cook, Colby Davis, Jonna Davis, Jenny Duncan, Abby Dye, Michaela Dyer, Libby Ezzell, Drey Farmer, Mara Golden, Wyatt Griffin, Maya Grojean, Ray Hamm, Zavier Heinley, Hunter Hoxworth, Erin Huff, Aaliyah Hurt, Kristen Johns, Alexis Johnson, Ali Keillor, Dylan Koehler, Jessica Kucera, Austin LaFave, Tristyne Lape, Bretten Lichtenegger, Patrick Malone, Whitney Mauk, Haley McElvoy, Rylee Mills, Lauren Moore, Michael Newman, Tabitha Patrick, Ben Petzoldt, Riley Pike, Luke Reynolds, Ashley Romine, Kaitlyn Scott, Kyle Seabaugh, Elizabeth Schell, Melody Sievers, Macy Slinkard, Allison Smith, Jake Smith, Ashton Swindle, Cambria Thompson, Devon Thurm, Maggie Todd, Hannah Woodard, Jesse Yount, Hannah Zeilenga.. ...
Jackson South Elementary (10/30/11)
Jackson South Elementary School 5th grade: Seth Brandel, Alaina Broussard, Exodus Donley, Case Englehart, Colton Friese, Jane Heisserer, Dylan Heu, Lexi Hill, Caroline Hume, Maria McNally, Hailey Mitchell, Scout Pettit, Montana Stoner, Payton Young, McKenzey Bartusch, Aspen Clifton, Morgan East, Taylor Keller, Justin Litzelfelner, Sammie Mansfield, Leslie McGuire, Nathan Reimiinger, Elizabeth Sanders, Maddie Scott, Hayden Shovan, Tanner Walton, Peyton Watson, Tyler Webb, Sophia Crabtree, Amber Donze, Chloe Griffin, Hunter Large, Ashley Pechon, Madolyn Sanchez, Collin Simmons, Stephani Weakley, Chadd Williamson, Will Ward, Gwen Tedder, Alyssa Rapp, Josh Randol, McKenna Popp, Natalie Miller, Mason Brandon, John McFarland, Elena Berjer, Dylan Jones, Kaleb Irby, Emily Hawkins, Kaitlin Bruns, Nathan Britton.. ...
Delta Elementary School (10/30/11)
Delta Elementary School 1st grade: Krystan Anderson, Danielle Austin, Sierra Berry, Lacey Blattel, Gracie Branum, Teriana Crowden, Allie Hampton, Georgia Hanselman, Gwyneth Ikerman, Charity Jenkins, Gavin Lesch, Arion Patterson, Alicen Rhodes, Carter Scherer, Aidan Sipler...
Trinity Lutheran School (10/30/11)
A Honor Roll 5th grade: Matthew Babcock, Leah Cauble, Maggie Grimm, Irie Hart, Luke Richmond, Taylor Roth, Etienne Soto, Austin Widner. 6th grade: Anna Al-Sayed, Sam Hahs, Amanda Mabry, Jade Samanta, Ireland Smith, Sofia Voss. 7th grade: Andrew Aufdenberg, Nathan Aufdenberg, Emily Buerck, Ian Cameron, Ben Daniel, Natalie Grimm, Emiy Killen, Hayden Moll, Katie Richmond, Elizabeth Ustinov, Joshua Varnon, Emily Weber, Drew Zieba...
Kelly Middle School (10/30/11)
A Honor Roll 6th grade: Donald Beck, Hunter Bryant, Gaven Chapman, Conner Gleason, Elizabeth Hall, Hannah Kelsey, Dustin Majka, Alex Presson, Dalton Stanley, Lauren Wadlington, Teva Yancy. 7th grade: Bryston Beggs, Meghan Foley, Natalie Groves, Anna Hughes, Rebecah Nall, Melinda Scheffer, Maegan Walker, Macey Watkins...
Leopold Junior & Senior High (10/30/11)
Leopold Junior & Senior High A Honor Roll 7th grade: Klara Beel, Blake Eeftink, Aly Fluchel, Jessie Holweg, Cole Jackson, Evan Landewee, Ashley Nussbaum, Colby Thele, Kaitlyn Weber, Matthew Woodfin. 8th grade: Zach Beel, Brittany Garland, John Gray, Emily Seiler, Garrett Thele, Lexi Vandeven...
Clippard Elementary School (10/30/11)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Raelene Barnes, Cameron Bevens, Dade Bond, Abby Boxdorfer, Taylor Brown, Niki Cao, Caden Carter, Ciarra Clark, Lydia Garner, Josh Glenn, Randee Graham, JT Haggerty, Kyra Hamilton, Raniyah Hendrix, Olivia Hukel, Jowairia Khalid, Grant Kluge, Caedan Knepp, Julian McBride, Jordan McClure, Ja'Quaveon Miles, Zach Moore, Kaya Newkirk, Iiana Phillips, Carter Reeves, Sierra Skinner, Brent Smith, Tyler Sikes, Caleb Taylor, Teague Walters, Jacob Weston, Gage Wooten, Blake Youngblood.. ...
Eagle Ridge Christian School (10/30/11)
A Honor Roll 1st grade: Emily Bowling, Evin Craft, Natalee Tribout, Kaelyn Woodall. 2nd grade: Kylie Creech, Sydney Gartman, Rachel Margrabe, Zoe Mayfield, Gabe Stout, Nicholas Wasilewski. 3rd grade: Jasmine Brown, Abigail Kester, Zakary Mayfield, Logan Schwieger...
Cape Girardeau police report 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests The Department of Public Safety released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summonses Cape Girardeau County The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt...
Out of the past 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
U.S. District Judge H. Kenneth Wangelin rejects three motions offered by attorneys for congressional candidate Wayne Cryts and directs Cryts to submit to a deposition about his financial assets. ST. LOUIS -- The 134-year-old St. Louis Globe-Democrat newspaper has ceased publication; the decision to shut down came yesterday, minutes after the Missouri Supreme Court refused to consider a lawsuit on the newspaper's effort to obtain state revenue bonds necessary for its survival...
School menus Oct. 31 to Nov. 4 (10/30/11)
MONDAY--Homestyle chicken bites or turkey & cheese on bun, vegetable blend with cheese, cherry crisp. TUESDAY--Crispito with nacho cheese sauce or ham & cheese on bun, corn, pears. WEDNESDAY--Rotini with chicken alfredo sauce or turkey & cheese on bun, green beans, garlic breadstick, grapes...
Charles Stamp Jr. and his incredible journey (10/30/11)
It was his junior year at Southeast Missouri State University, and Charles Stamp Jr. was contemplating a question many college students face at that time in their lives: What's the next step? Stamp, who grew up in Piedmont, Mo., Cape Girardeau and Sikeston, Mo., knew part of the answer to that question. ...
Reading list and special events (10/30/11)
I've been doing some traveling lately which has given me some time to read (and listen to on CDs) some recent best selling books. "Confidence Men" by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ron Suskind is subtitled "Wall Street, Washington, and the Education of a President."...
University expansion (10/30/11)
Southeast Missouri State University has a good problem: More students want to attend the university than the current on-campus housing can handle. This past summer, Southeast finalized a plan to defer admissions for students living outside a 50-mile radius of Cape Girardeau, and wanting to attend school this fall, until the spring 2012 semester...
Speak Out 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
I would like to thank St. Vincent's Grade School here in Cape Girardeau for hosting the junior high volleyball tournament for the girls. There were some excellent games played. It seems that all the teams were evenly matched. It was an excellent tournament...
Prayer 10/30/11 (10/30/11)
Singing hymns and songs from the Spirit, we praise your name, O God. Amen.
GATLINBURG, TN. GLINGERMANS DOME (10/30/11)
THESE PICTURE'S WERE TOOKEN WHILE WE WAS ON VACCATION IN THE SMOKIES.
BUTTERFLY AT GLINGERMANS DOME (10/30/11)
THIS PICTURE WAS TOOKEN AT GLINGERMANS DOME IN THE SMOKIES
Chevy Pickup (10/30/11)
Early 50s vintage chevy pickup
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