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Stories from Thursday, November 3, 2011

Cape Central Middle School principal placed on administrative leave (11/03/11)
Cape Girardeau Central Middle School's principal has been placed on administrative leave.
Mental health centers to coordinate all medical care for their patients starting Jan. 1 (11/03/11)
Next year the Community Counseling Center in Cape Girardeau will use a delivery concept set out in the federal health care reform law with hopes of improving care for low-income patients while saving money. Missouri is the first state to be approved by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to use the Health Home model. ...
Man gets seven-, eight-year sentences in Sikeston shooting (11/03/11)
NEW MADRID, Mo. -- A Sikeston, Mo., man will serve 15 years in prison for the shooting death of his girlfriend in April 2009. Brandon Lane entered a guilty plea Tuesday in New Madrid County Circuit Court before Judge William L. Syler Jr. The judge sentenced Lane to seven years in prison on an amended charge of involuntary manslaughter and eight years on a charge of armed criminal action. The sentences are to run consecutively...
No injuries in downtown Cape Girardeau fire (11/03/11)
Cape Girardeau firefighters responded just before 4 p.m. Wednesday to a structure fire in downtown Cape Girardeau. The fire at 227 S. Spanish St. was quickly extinguished, and no injuries were reported. The building's owner said he suspected the fire could be electrical in nature...
Cape's Red Letter Communications moving to Spanish Street (11/03/11)
Red Letter Communications will move its operations to 16 N. Spanish St. in Cape Girardeau. The advertising agency, which employs about 50 people, is currently at 231 N. Main St. The two-story, 13,000-square-foot building will be renovated with help from Keystone Design of Cape Girardeau. A contractor has not yet been selected...
Cape man injured in motorcycle crash involving deer (11/03/11)
A Cape Girardeau man was seriously injured after he struck a deer with his motorcycle on Route Y Tuesday night. Joseph E. Melvin, 50, was driving his 2005 Kawasaki on Route Y just east of Route V at about 7:10 p.m. when a deer ran in front of his bike and he collided with the animal, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The impact threw Melvin off his motorcycle...
Cape Girardeau woman found trapped in car along Interstate 55 in Perry County (11/03/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- A Cape Girardeau woman was hospitalized after Perry County sheriff's deputies found her trapped in her car off Interstate 55 Tuesday night. Jane E. Marshall, 43, crossed the centerline and traveled through the median before striking a bridge support just south of the Perryville exit, Perry County Sheriff Gary Schaaf said...
Route EE bridge in Scott County reopens (11/03/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- The Route EE bridge over Drainage Ditch No. 1 in Scott County reopened to traffic this week. Improvements to the bridge were completed as part of the Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program. For more information, visit www.modot.org/southeast/safeandsound.htm...
Empty Bowls fundraiser to be held Sunday at Salvation Army (11/03/11)
Linda Bohnsack, a member of the Salvation Army's advisory board and co-chairwoman of the Empty Bowls Banquet, glazes pottery Wednesday at her Jars of Clay Pottery Studio in Cape Girardeau. The Empty Bowls banquet will take place at noon Sunday at the Salvation Army, 701 Good Hope St., with proceeds benefiting the community meals program...
Number of St. Louis E. coli cases at 26 (11/03/11)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The number of E. coli cases in the St. Louis area is now at 26, and health officials are looking at more items taken from a grocery chain's salad bar. Health officials have confirmed 26 cases of the illness. Tests are still pending on the others. The state so far has received 51 samples for testing...
Arson suspected in several Mark Twain National Forest fires (11/03/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- More than 50 Forest Service firefighters were battling a blaze Wednesday at Mark Twain National Forest in south-central Missouri that a forest ranger thinks may have been set intentionally by locals who have a history of using arson in their beefs against absentee landowners.
Northern Missouri prosecutor drops flag burning case (11/03/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Prosecutors have dropped the final remaining charge against a man accused of burning, spitting and stomping on an American flag during a Fourth of July celebration in north-central Missouri...
Teachers in Joplin hoping to salvage music scores when high school gets demolished (11/03/11)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- When contractors begin demolishing the shell of the former Joplin High School, they will have a list of things that district teachers and staff hope can be salvaged before the walls of the tornado-damaged building come down. District superintendent C.J. Huff said contracts to demolish the building, which was destroyed in the massive May 22 tornado, are nearly final and the work should begin in the next two weeks...
8 law officers awarded Mo. Medal of Valor (11/03/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday awarded the Medal of Valor to eight law enforcement officers for risking their lives to rescue or defend others. Nixon presented the medals during a ceremony at the state Capitol based on the recommendations of a special review board. The annual awards are given to public safety officers who display exceptional courage, decisiveness and swiftness of action while attempting to save or protect lives...
Case of fake Facebook profile to proceed (11/03/11)
MORRISTOWN, N.J. -- A woman accused of impersonating her boyfriend on a fake Facebook page and posting inflammatory comments can be prosecuted for identity theft, a judge ruled Wednesday in a case that could have wider implications for cyberspeech...
St. Louis County may sell parks to save $10 million (11/03/11)
CLAYTON, Mo. -- St. Louis County could soon put "for sale" signs up at about a dozen county parks. County Executive Charlie Dooley's proposed budget for the coming fiscal year calls for eliminating 23 parks, a move that he believes would save $10 million annually. Officials hope they can sell 12 of the parks to municipalities in the county or to the state...
Mo. revenue falling short of budget (11/03/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's revenue has fallen slightly short of what's needed to meet the budget through the first third of the state fiscal year. Figures released Wednesday by the state Office of Administration show general revenue rose 1.2 percent through October compared with the same point in the previous fiscal year...
Police: Girl caught in noose slipped off tub (11/03/11)
ST. LOUIS -- A teenager who got her neck caught in a noose while working at a suburban St. Louis haunted house was acting in a bathroom horror scene when she apparently slipped off the tub, according to a police report. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Department released a report Wednesday saying the 17-year-old girl's neck somehow became caught in the noose that was being used for visual effect. It said officers found shoe prints on the sides of the tub and scuff marks on the wall...
Copper thieves hit Joplin homes amid rebuilding (11/03/11)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Some Joplin residents lost their homes in the May 22 tornado are facing a new headache as they rebuild -- copper thieves. Joplin police tell KOAM-TV they fielded 11 reports of copper theft in September and 10 last month. Police say wiring is the main target, although thieves have also made off with building material...
Japanese-American soldiers honored (11/03/11)
WASHINGTON -- Thousands of Japanese-Americans who fought in the fiercest battles of World War II and became some of the most decorated soldiers in the nation's history were given an overdue thank-you from their country Wednesday when Congress awarded them its highest civilian honor...
Stocks recover after two-day slump; Dow Jones up 178 (11/03/11)
NEW YORK -- Stock indexes closed with broad gains Wednesday as international leaders scrambled to save a week-old plan to prevent a financial crisis in Europe. Strong corporate earnings and a bump in hiring by private companies also helped send markets higher after a steep two-day drop...
Poorest poor in U.S. hits record high (11/03/11)
WASHINGTON -- The ranks of America's poorest poor have climbed to a record high -- 1 in 15 people -- spread widely across metropolitan areas as the housing bust pushed many inner-city poor into suburbs and other outlying places and shriveled jobs and income...
N.H. ends calendar uncertainty by scheduling Jan. 10 primary (11/03/11)
CONCORD, N.H. -- New Hampshire on Wednesday scheduled its first-in-the-nation presidential primary for Jan. 10, finally giving candidates a concrete calendar after months of uncertainty. The date announced by Secretary of State Bill Gardner Wednesday had been widely expected since Nevada Republicans voted last month to shift their presidential caucuses to early February, ending what had become a bitter standoff among rival states. ...
Fed foresees weaker growth (11/03/11)
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve sketched a bleaker outlook Wednesday for the economy, which it thinks will grow much more slowly and face higher unemployment than it had estimated in June. The Fed's gloomier forecast shows that the recovery from the recession has continued to fall short of expectations. Some economists said it makes the Fed more likely to act further to try to boost the economy, though probably not until early next year...
Workers, students join Occupy rally in Oakland (11/03/11)
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Thousands of Wall Street protesters marched in the streets of Oakland on Wednesday as they geared up with labor unions to picket banks, take over foreclosed homes and vacant buildings and disrupt operations at the nation's fifth-busiest port...
Many Americans still reliant on above-ground wiring (11/03/11)
NEW YORK -- With our wireless Internet connections and far-ranging cellphones, it's easy to forget the hard-wired electricity that powers our homes and gadgets -- until the lights go out. But the freak fall snowstorm that left millions of homes in the Northeast dark this week is delivering a startling reminder of the limits -- imposed by both dollars and physics -- that keep many Americans reliant on above-ground wires for power, more than a century after Thomas Edison created the modern electrical utility business.. ...
Appeals court sides with CBS about $550K fine from '04 Super Bowl show (11/03/11)
PHILADELPHIA -- In the latest court battle over the steamy 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that CBS should not be fined $550,000 for Janet Jackson's infamous "wardrobe malfunction." The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals held its ground even after the U.S. ...
Men accused of planning attacks appear in court (11/03/11)
GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- Four men in Georgia intended to use an online novel as a script for a real-life wave of terror and assassination using explosives and the lethal toxin ricin, according to court documents. Federal agents raided their north Georgia homes Tuesday and arrested them on charges of conspiring to plan the attacks...
U.S. Army mum about details of Alaska espionage case (11/03/11)
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- U.S. Army officials in Alaska are withholding details behind the arrest of a 22-year-old soldier suspected of espionage, but they stressed Wednesday there is no connection with the case involving an Army analyst suspected of disclosing secret intelligence to WikiLeaks...
Students show growth in math on national test (11/03/11)
WASHINGTON -- New test scores show the nation's fourth- and eighth-graders are doing the best ever in math, but schools still have a long way to go to get everyone on grade level. In reading, eighth-graders showed some progress. Just a little more than one-third of the students were proficient or higher in reading. In math, 40 percent of the fourth-graders and 35 percent of the eighth-graders had reached that level...
Today in History (11/03/11)
Today is Thursday, Nov. 3, the 307th day of 2011. There are 58 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 3, 1911, the Chevrolet Motor Car Co. was founded in Detroit by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant. (The company was acquired by General Motors in 1918.)...
Europe heaps pressure on Greece over bailout vote (11/03/11)
CANNES, France -- European leaders drew a line in the sand for Greece on Wednesday, saying its referendum on a hard-won bailout deal will decide whether it stays in the eurozone -- and vowing Athens will not get new aid until the result is in...
Israel's prime minister said to favor Iran attack (11/03/11)
JERUSALEM -- An Israeli official said Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to persuade his Cabinet to authorize a military strike against Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program -- a discussion that comes as Israel successfully tests a missile believed capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to Iran...
Israeli PM defends construction (11/03/11)
JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday defended his decision to expand construction in east Jerusalem, saying it was Israel's "right" and "duty" to build in all parts of its capital. Late Tuesday, Netanyahu's office said 2,000 new apartments would be built in Jewish areas of east Jerusalem. ...
‘Anonymous' groups spar (11/03/11)
MEXICO CITY -- One of the world's most secretive movements is taking aim at a just as clandestine mafia, right out in the open. Bloggers and tweeters claiming to belong to the hacker movement "Anonymous" say they plan to expose collaborators of Mexico's bloody Zetas drug cartel, even if some of them seem to have backed away from the plan out of fear...
Perryville boys soccer team falls to Sikeston in district title tilt (11/03/11)
The Sikeston boys soccer team defeated Perryville 1-0 to win the Class 2 District 1 boys soccer championship Wednesday.
Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team likes home cooking in Ohio Valley Conference tournament (11/03/11)
The Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team will host the Ohio Valley Conference tournament beginning today.
Southeast Missouri State women's soccer team hordes OVC top honors (11/03/11)
Southeast Missouri State's championship women's soccer team was recognized Wednesday night with a near-sweep of the Ohio Valley Conference's four major individual postseason awards.
Area calendar 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
Baseball/softball Holiday camps: Real Baseball Instincts in Jackson will conduct four one-week holiday camps beginning Monday. The camps are for baseball and softball players ages 6 and older. Mondays will cover hitting, Tuesdays pitching, Wednesdays catching and Thursdays softball hitters. ...
Area digest 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
Burfordville's Gary Kamp used a 5-wood to score an ace on hole No. 12 at Kimbeland Country Club. The hole was playing 150 yards. Mark Werner witnessed the shot. It was Kamp's first hole-in-one. Mark Fowler used a 7-wood to score a double-eagle on hole No. 1 at Kimbeland Country Club...
Rams QB Bradford hopeful to play Sunday (11/03/11)
ST. LOUIS -- A.J. Feeley is ready to step aside whenever Sam Bradford is ready. That could be this week. The St. Louis Rams upset the New Orleans Saints with Feeley behind center last week. But the 34-year-old backup quarterback has no delusions of grandeur...
Pujols helps unveil statue of himself outside his restaurant (11/03/11)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Cardinals star Albert Pujols watched the unveiling of a 10-foot statue of himself Wednesday with hundreds of fans cheering and many urging him to stay. Pujols then said he wasn't yet sure where he would wind up next season...
Hooked on Science: Singing rod (11/03/11)
You can make an aluminum rod sing with a few items from around the house. STEP 2: Pinch the rod with the other hand at exactly the middle point and hold the rod into the air. STEP 3: Gently stroke the aluminum rod from the center to the end of the rod using your rosin-coated finger and thumb. Repeat and slightly increase the pressure of your stroking hand until you hear a high-pitched tone...
Jackson Junior High School instructors are teaching students the importance of Veterans Day (11/03/11)
There are big-hitting holidays, like Thanksgiving and Christmas, when one typically sees students give to the community, said Jackson Junior High School industrial arts teacher Joe Moss. But Veterans Day has been one in need of more recognition at the junior high, he said, and he and another teacher at the school wanted to make it significant for students...
neXt up 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
"Sarah's Key," rated PG-13 @ AMC Town Plaza 5 "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" Xbox 360, PC, PS3, Wii "Metal Gear Solid HD Collection" Xbox 360, PS3 "Pro Evolution Soccer 2012" PS2, Wii, PS3 "The Perfect Age of Rock and Roll" R...
Behind the Scenes (11/03/11)
Taking classes at the center gives you a lot more time to experience the behind-the-scenes action of your career choice. Instead of having a professional person doing that type of job, you get the chance to try the job for yourself. The Broadcast Production course involves working with cameras and learning how to become a director. Being able to use the camera on my own and knowing that I can make a video without being told what to do by a teacher helps me reach a goal...
Lillie Dry (11/03/11)
Lillie Dry, 44, of Cape Girardeau passed away Monday, Oct. 31, 2011, at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. She was born June 22, 1967, in Salinas, Calif., daughter of Glenn and Della Dry. She spent her early days in Colorado and lived in Cape Girardeau most of her adult life...
Judy Haws (11/03/11)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Judy E. Haws, 66, of Mounds died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at her home. Private burial will be held at a later date. Jones Funeral Home in Villa Ridge, Ill., is in charge of arrangements.
Clyde Cook (11/03/11)
KELSO, Mo. -- Clyde Joseph Cook, 87, of Kelso died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at the Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Louise Burbach (11/03/11)
SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Louise C. Burbach, 80, of Sedgewickville died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Life Care Center in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
William Schreiner (11/03/11)
William C. "Bill" Schreiner, 85, of Jackson passed away Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Jan. 18, 1926, in Jackson, son of John E. and Bernice Oldham Schreiner. He and Verla M. Gallup were married Oct. 24, 1947, in Jackson. She passed away May 10, 2009...
David Kies Sr. (11/03/11)
David James Kies Sr., 85, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Fountainbleau Lodge. Arrangements are incomplete at Ford and Sons Funeral Home.
Dominick Saittia (11/03/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- Dominick "Wood Man" Saittia, 90, of Anna died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at Union County Hospital. Visitation will be from noon to service time Friday at Crain Funeral Home in Anna. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Larry Buckles officiating. Burial will be in American Legion Cemetery...
Ruben Weber (11/03/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Ruben L. Weber, 83, of Perryville died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean conflict. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today and 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Friday at Young and Sons Funeral Home...
James French (11/03/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- James "Jim" French, 41, of Perryville died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. He was born Feb. 16, 1970, in Perryville, son of the late Robert French and Bernice Schnurbusch French. He and Danielle "Danny" Hoyt were married Oct. 13, 2001...
E.W. Geiser (11/03/11)
E.W. "Bill" Geiser, 77, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at Southeast Hospital. He was born Oct. 9, 1934, in Cape Girardeau, to Emanuel "Butch" and Anita Freeman Geiser. He was a 1952 graduate of Central High School. Bill was a 47-year-member of Elks 639, Eagles Aerie 3775, the National Rifle Association, and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He had worked as a conductor on the railroad...
Verda Garland (11/03/11)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Verda "Adell" Garland, 84, of Marble Hill died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Woodland Hills Nursing Home in Marble Hill. She was born Dec. 12, 1926, daughter of John Barney and Mattie Mae Devenport Welker. She married Winford Jay Garland on Sept. 18, 1943. He passed away Feb. 20, 2009...
Births 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
Daughter to Allen James and Ashley Marie Geiser of Scott City, Saint Francis Medical Center, 1:27 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, 2011. Name, Abigail Marie. Weight, 8 pounds, 5 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Geiser is the former Ashley Gibson, daughter of Tina and Kenny Dodson of Scott City. She is employed at J.C. Penney. Geiser is the son of Clemie Geiser of Scott City and Gary Geiser Sr. of Cape Girardeau. He is self-employed...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Jackson police and fire reports 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrest Firefighters responded to the following calls Monday:...
Out of the past 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
Marge McAnally turns a part-time hobby into a full-time job, opening the Pie and Cake Factory at 115 Broadway. A business incubator system that would provide support and information for new companies has received a tentative vote of support from a Southeast Missouri State University study; but the study indicates that the old Florsheim Shoe factory on North Main Street may not be feasible for the incubator...
Thanks for support of Alzheimer's walk (11/03/11)
I was truly inspired by all the people who participated in 2011 Cape Girardeau Walk to End Alzheimer's. I would like to thank the more than 500 people from Southeast Missouri who united in a movement to reclaim the future for millions. Participants raised more than $74,000 to provide much needed care and support to local families affected by the disease as well as fund critically needed Alzheimer's research...
State championships (11/03/11)
A number of high school volleyball players, coaches and family members are arriving in Cape Girardeau today in preparation for this weekend's Missouri High School Athletic Association Volleyball Championships being held at the Show Me Center. Starting at 9 a.m. ...
Speak Out 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
PLEASE try your best to be good-looking. Over a lifetime, good-looking U.S. workers earn an average of about $230,000 more than ugly ones. Jackson schools EVERY two to three years, we teachers here in Jackson are told by our administrators about some new initiative. ...
Prayer 11/3/11 (11/03/11)
O God, may we be filled with the joy of the Lord and seek to be a blessing to others. Amen.
Guardsman assists Army IED Research (11/03/11)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. -- Nearly 50 percent of Soldier deaths overseas in 2011 are attributed to Improvised Explosive Devices. Missouri National Guardsman Sgt. David Silas dedicates his time to helping researchers in their effort to lower that number. Silas, of Jackson, has almost 11 years of service with the Guard, but it was during a recent year-long deployment he discovered a knack for IED identification...
Perryville Farm & Forest Rally a Success (11/03/11)
Many of the best Midwest rally teams met in Perryville, Missouri on Saturday October 29th, for the inaugural Perryville Farm & Forest Rally race. This newly formed event took place on various east Perry County roads, starting in downtown Perryville and finishing at Altenburg's fairgrounds. Sunny skies and perfect fall conditions made for an enjoyable day for competitors and the hundreds of spectators watching the rally...
Bent Creek kicks off The Big Drive (11/03/11)
It's not often that a business puts the cost of a product or service in the hands of its customers. But that's exactly what Bent Creek Golf Course is doing this month, as part of The Big Drive. The goal is simple: Bent Creek will lower the cost of a Game-Changer golf pass for 2012 (A $2,000 value) every time someone "likes" the Bent Creek Facebook page through Nov. ...
Autumn at Cape Jaycees Golf Course (11/03/11)
Afternoon view from the first tee at Cape Jaycees Municipal Golf Course - Nov 1, 2011.
Professional Fashion Uniforms Littman Stethoscope (11/03/11)
Give that special health care provider in your life an MDF 747 Dual Head Stethoscope so they can perform general assessments and blood pressure examinations with more accuracy. 46 S. Plaza Way Cape Girardeau, MO 573-651-3515
Professional Fashion Uniforms Berry Argyle BooJee Ribbon Lanyard (11/03/11)
Preppy Handbook, page 34: Always accessorize with argyle. Polo shirts and topsiders aside, don't you think your sweater vest might be lonely with no other argyle friends? Doesn't your berry-colored belt deserve a complementary lanyard buddy? It's all about the accessories: headbands, watchbands, barrettes ... and our berry argyle lanyard rounds it all out...
Professional Fashion Uniforms Christmas Scrubs (11/03/11)
Any healthcare professional on your list would love a festive print scrub to brighten their workday and their patients. This Cherokee V-neck top features a binding around the front and back neckline. Bust darts and side elastic smocking create a flattering shape. Angled pockets and side vents. Center back length is 26 1/2"...
Professional Fashion Uniforms Dansko Finley Women's Boots (11/03/11)
Be the height of style this winter while your feet stay toasty warm and dry in these comfy boots in Chocolate Pebbled/Shearling or Black Pebbled/Shearling. Get yours at Professional Fashion Uniforms, 46 Plaza Way, Cape Girardeau, 573-651-3513, www.profashionuniform-cherokee.com...
Professional Fashion Uniforms Dansko Frog Pattern Rain Boots (11/03/11)
So cute you'll wish for rain and snow, so you can puddle jump like a kid. Get yours at Professional Fashion Uniforms, 46 Plaza Way, Cape Girardeau, 573-651-3513, www.profashionuniform-cherokee.com.
Notre Dame High School's 2012 Winter Extravaganza (11/03/11)
You don't have to travel to Monte Carlo to have a great time. Tickets to Notre Dame High School's 2012 Winter Extravaganza would be a wonderful surprise and something to look forward to after the excitement of Christmas is gone. This year's event will be held at The Venue in Cape Girardeau on January 28, 2012 with Live Music, Endless Food and Drink, Casino Play and a Silent Auction to benefit the high school...
MTI Printing Personalized Photo Banners (11/03/11)
Turn Any Space into Party Central - Celebrate with Personalized Photo Banners! Great for any special occasion and can be personalized with your photographs along with the colors, design and message of your choice. MTI Printing 573-334-3746 www.mtiprinting.com...
MTI Printing Personalized Holiday Party Invitations (11/03/11)
Plan a Memorable Holiday Event - Holidays are that special time of year where you gather with family and friends. Share the news about your holiday celebrations with Personalized Holiday Party Invitations in every style from traditional elegance to cute and modern...
MTI Printing Photo Holiday Cards (11/03/11)
Picture Perfect Holiday Greetings - Send your warmest wishes with style this holiday season with beautifully festive Photo Holiday Cards. Simply customize with your favorite photo and personalized greeting. MTI Printing 573-334-3746 www.mtiprinting.com...
MTI Printing Personalized Stationery (11/03/11)
A Gift that Captures Who They Are - Give them the gift of Personalized Stationery. Choose from a variety of elegant and fun designs to match their personal style. MTI Printing 573-334-3746 www.mtiprinting.com
MTI Printing Personalized Return Address Labels (11/03/11)
Make Those Warm Holiday Wishes Sparkle - Add a special touch to your holiday mail with Personalized Return Address Labels. These labels can also be personalized for use as gift tags. MTI Printing 573-334-3746 www.mtiprinting.com
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