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Stories from Friday, November 4, 2011

Cape Girardeau leaf collection starts Monday (11/04/11)
Cape Girardeau's city leaf collection program begins Monday. The first zone includes all areas within the city limits west of Kingshighway. Collection in "Zone A" will continue through Nov. 18, but anyone living in the zone is urged to have their leaves on the curb in front of their home by Monday. Public works crews will vacuum up the leaves from the curb using a specialized truck...
Tourism officials expect cash infusion from volleyball tournament in Cape (11/04/11)
Cape Girardeau businesses will see an estimated $350,000 boost this weekend as volleyball players, coaches and parents come to Cape Girardeau for the state tournament. This is the first time in decades the Missouri State High School Activities Association has hosted a state championship event in Cape Girardeau, said Chuck Martin, executive director of the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau...
Humane Society of Southeast Missouri planning a larger shelter (11/04/11)
Chain-link fence rattled and roughly 20 dogs barked and howled as Jeremy Dannenmueller and his family looked for their latest addition Thursday afternoon at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri. Dannenmueller, his wife Martina and 3-year-old son Kaden sought the perfect fit -- a black Labrador that's good with children...
Corps of Engineer general who ordered levee breach assigned to D.C. (11/04/11)
A change of command for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Mississippi Valley Division is coming next week. According to a corps news release, Maj. Gen. Michael J. Walsh will transfer command of the division to Maj. Gen. John W. Peabody on Thursday. The quarterly newsletter of the corps said Walsh will become deputy commanding general for civil and emergency operations in Washington, D.C. ...
Hundreds of bowls crafted for Sunday fundraising banquet at Salvation Army (11/04/11)
For six years now, Linda Bohnsack, co-chairwoman of the Empty Bowls Project, has been making handcrafted pottery bowls with a greater purpose in mind than just a functional piece of art. Her bowls -- and hundreds more made by volunteers -- are sold with a modest meal at the Empty Bowls Banquet...
Former Carter County deputy facing federal charges waives pretrial motions (11/04/11)
A former Carter County deputy will go to trial on federal charges she illegally possessed and sold firearms after waiving her right to a pretrial motions hearing Wednesday. Steffanie Marie Kearbey, who faces two counts of possession of stolen firearms, one count of sale of a stolen firearm and one count of being an unlawful user of controlled substances in possession of firearms, appeared Wednesday morning before U.S. ...
Cape Girardeau County clerk to seek bids on major election equipment upgrades (11/04/11)
County Clerk Kara Clark Summers received approval from county commissioners Thursday to obtain bids for a more efficient voter canvassing system and new voting equipment. Every two years, counties are required to send all voters updated registration cards by mail. ...
County salary commission approves raises for 2013 (11/04/11)
Cape Girardeau County officials elected in 2012 can expect to see a salary raise of up to 3.5 percent, following a meeting of the county salary commission. Thursday.
Gov. Nixon appoints St. Louis woman as Southeast regent (11/04/11)
Gov. Jay Nixon appointed one new member to the Southeast Missouri State University board of regents Wednesday, but another board member whose term expired this year still awaits reappointment or replacement. Kendra Neely-Martin, a pharmaceutical sales specialist, not-for-profit organization marketing consultant and certified parent instructor from St. ...
Authorities searching for man who jumped from Mississippi River bridge in Pemiscot County (11/04/11)
CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. -- Authorities continue to monitor the Mississippi River today in a search for a man who reportedly jumped from a bridge. At 4 p.m. Thursday, the Pemiscot County Sheriff's Department received a call that a man was seen jumping from an Interstate 155 bridge into the river. The report was confirmed by other witnesses, sheriff Tommy Greenwell said...
Company tied to Tilley pays late plane taxes (11/04/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A company once partly owned by Missouri House Speaker Steven Tilley has paid nearly $50,000 in overdue taxes and penalties on airplanes that it owned. Tilley, a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor from Perryville, owned a share of Mid Missouri Aviation with lobbyist Travis Brown until Brown bought out Tilley's portion at the end of 2009...
Show Me Center gets new marketing director (11/04/11)
Southeast Missouri State University has announced the hiring of a new marketing director for the Show Me Center. According to a university news release, Joshua Hanlon will oversee marketing and advertising plans for events. Hanlon was previously a sales manager for Withers Broadcasting and has more than 10 years' experience in sales, management and marketing. He graduated from Southeast Missouri State University's Harrison College of Business in 2002 with a degree in marketing management...
Police searching along Interstate 55 for items related to Waller case (11/04/11)
Jackson police, firefighters, Cape Girardeau County sheriff's deputies and FBI personnel canvassed the area where Jacque Waller's car was found for items associated with her disappearance Thursday afternoon.
No injuries when train hits truck in Stoddard County (11/04/11)
DEXTER, Mo. -- No one was injured when a northbound Union Pacific train struck a 2008 Ford truck that pulled into its path at about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday near Dexter. The truck, driven by Curtis Plucker, of Murphysboro, Ill., was thrown off the tracks just east of Stoddard County Road 717, about a mile east of the U.S. ...
Sign-up deadline for Wetlands Reserve Program is Nov. 30 (11/04/11)
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service announced Thursday that Missouri landowners who are interested in applying for the Wetlands Reserve Program have until Nov. 30 to sign up. The program provides technical and financial support to aid in restoring, protecting and enhancing wetlands that have been degraded or converted for agricultural uses...
Mo. disaster bill at $15 million so far, likely to rise (11/04/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri has spent about $15 million so far this year responding to natural disasters such as the deadly Joplin tornado and flooding along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. State budget director Linda Luebbering says the tally primarily reflects costs incurred by the Missouri National Guard and the State Emergency Management Agency. Some of those expenses may be reimbursed later by the federal government...
Most of financing for Kinder health care lawsuit from one source (11/04/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder has received most of his funding for a lawsuit challenging the federal health care law from a single source. Figures released Thursday by Kinder's office show he had raised nearly $207,000 for the lawsuit by the end of last year, $200,000 of which came from Revere America...
GM to make pickups in Wentzville (11/04/11)
WENTZVILLE, Mo. -- Missouri's once robust auto industry is making a comeback, with more good news Thursday: General Motors will add pickup trucks to its line of products made in Wentzville, creating more than 1,200 new jobs. The announcement by GM Vice President of Labor Relations Cathy Clegg came two weeks after Ford announced it was adding 1,600 jobs to build transit vans at its Claycomo plant in Kansas City...
Tenured faculty walk off jobs at Carbondale (11/04/11)
CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Tenured educators and those on track to become so walked off their jobs Thursday at Southern Illinois University, pressing administrators of the 20,000-student school to find temporary replacements for the striking workers in hopes of keeping classes unimpeded...
Occupy Wall Street protesters disavow Oakland violence (11/04/11)
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Occupy Wall Street protesters had just a few hours to celebrate what they saw as their biggest victory so far: the peaceful shutdown of the nation's fifth-busiest port. Then the rioting began. A day after some protesters clashed with riot police, set fires and shattered windows in Oakland, Calif., demonstrators across the country condemned the violence and wondered whether it was a move that would destroy their cause...
Record jump seen in output of global warming gases (11/04/11)
WASHINGTON -- The global output of heat-trapping carbon dioxide jumped by the biggest amount on record, the U.S. Department of Energy calculated, a sign of how feeble the world's efforts are at slowing man-made global warming. The new figures for 2010 mean that levels of greenhouse gases are higher than the worst-case scenario outlined by climate experts just four years ago...
U.S. report blasts China, Russia for cybercrime (11/04/11)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. intelligence officials accused China and Russia on Thursday of systematically stealing American high-tech data for their own national economic gain. It was the most forceful and detailed public airing of U.S. allegations after years of private complaints. ...
Man avoids jail by faking illegal immigrant status (11/04/11)
SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah man hatched a creative scheme to avoid going to prison on a drug charge: He lied to authorities and said he was an illegal immigrant so he could get deported to Mexico and evade time behind bars. The jig was up, however, when 27-year-old Jaime Alvarado returned to the U.S. using his passport and was arrested again by Salt Lake City police...
Unable to pay bill, Mich. community turns off lights (11/04/11)
HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. -- As the sun dips below the rooftops each evening, parts of this Detroit enclave turn to pitch black, the only illumination coming from a few streetlights at the end of the block or from glowing yellow yard globes. It wasn't always this way. ...
Today in History (11/04/11)
Today is Friday, Nov. 4, the 308th day of 2011. There are 57 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 4, 1991, Ronald Reagan opened his presidential library in Simi Valley, Calif., with a dedication attended by President George H.W. Bush and former Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford and Richard Nixon -- the first-ever gathering of five past and present U.S. chief executives...
World leaders at G-20 summit struggle to respond to euro crisis (11/04/11)
CANNES, France -- World leaders' efforts to help Europe with its debt troubles were paralyzed Thursday by uncertainty over Greece's political convulsions and doubts over whether Italy will enact economic reforms designed to save it from financial disaster...
Waste boosts disease risk in Thai floods (11/04/11)
BANGKOK -- Samroeng Verravanich wades through the rancid brown water in one of Bangkok's many flooded streets. The garbageman plunges a white-gloved hand into the filth, fishes out a slimy plastic bag and slings it into the red basket he's towing...
Egypt's military sparks furor with proposals (11/04/11)
CAIRO -- Fear that Egypt's ruling generals are working to perpetuate their hold on power is causing a political furor, threatening a "second revolution" and sending relations between the generals and activists to new lows less than four weeks before a key election...
Israeli government suspends tax transfers to Palestinians (11/04/11)
JERUSALEM -- Israel has carried out its threat to suspend transfer of tax payments totaling some $100 million to the Palestinian Authority to protest this week's admission of Palestine to the United Nations' cultural agency, officials said Thursday...
Opposition leader calls for Greece PM to quit (11/04/11)
ATHENS, Greece -- Demanding that the prime minister resign, the main Greek opposition leader led his party in a dramatic walkout Thursday during a parliamentary debate about the viability of the government. Antonis Samaras' statements came amid an intense political crisis in Greece, after Prime Minister George Papandreou shocked the country, European leaders and financial markets earlier this week by saying he wanted to put a hard-fought new European debt deal to a popular vote...
Jackson boys soccer team extends district reign with 3-0 victory (11/04/11)
Law Duncan was as surprised as anybody that his seemingly harmless shot found the net. "I didn't expect it to go in," he said. Duncan's goal in the first three minutes of the second half Thursday sparked top-seeded Jackson's 3-0 win over second-seeded Northwest for the Class 3 District 1 tournament title...
Local trio shares MVP at Show-Me Conference swim meet (11/04/11)
It was fitting that the Show-Me Conference boys swim meet had three co-MVPs. The meet featured exciting finishes for state cuts. John Burroughs won the meet, while Notre Dame finished second, Jackson fourth, Central fifth and Saxony Lutheran sixth. But it was the local teams that provided the most exciting races of the afternoon...
High school state volleyball tournament to be played at the Show Me Center (11/04/11)
Missouri's best volleyball teams will battle it out for state championships
Saxony Lutheran boys soccer team tumbles in district title game (11/04/11)
St. Pius posted a 6-1 victory in the Class 1 District 1 final
Notre Dame's Kiblinger returns to state cross country meet (11/04/11)
Notre Dame senior Elizabeth Kiblinger can do some things exceedingly well. She's a whiz in the classroom and doesn't dodge the tough ones, taking the likes of calculus, advanced chemistry, college composition and Spanish 4. In fact, she's on track to become the valedictorian of her class this spring...
Southeast Missouri State football team will play role of heavy favorite (11/04/11)
NAIA school Central Methodist will visit Houck Stadium on Saturday
Morehead, UTM reach semifinals of OVC soccer tournament (11/04/11)
Tennessee-Martin and Morehead State were first-round winners Thursday as the six-team Ohio Valley Conference women's soccer tournament got under way at Houck Stadium. Third-seeded UT-Martin beat sixth-seeded Eastern Illinois 2-1, and fifth-seeded Morehead State defeated fourth-seeded Murray State 1-0...
Watching, timing (11/04/11)
Can you tell me what time it is? This is not an idle question. It is a plea for accurate information. If you go into our kitchen and face the wall with the range, microwave and refrigerator, you will see three digital clocks not more than a couple of feet apart. Some of the time they display the same time. Some of the time they do not. Some of the time they display "PF," which means at some point the electricity went off...
River City Players put on six-man show at Port Cape (11/04/11)
The River City Players' November play, "First Things First," marks a first for Joe Reed. The play is his directorial debut with the group. Reed joined the community theater group in late 2003. He's acted and served as assistant director in the eight years of involvement, but was elevated to ring leader with this comedy, on the stage Friday and Saturday and Nov. 10 to 12...
Paul McCartney to help restore Motown piano (11/04/11)
DETROIT -- During a summer visit to a Motown recording studio, former Beatle Paul McCartney wanted to run his fingers along an 1877 Steinway grand piano played by some Detroit music greats he considers idols. "He was disappointed when we told him it didn't play," Motown Historical Museum chief executive Audley Smith Jr., told The Detroit News for a story Oct. 29...
Les Suchman, River City Carvers will be displaying their creations at Aartful Rose and the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri (11/04/11)
Few art forms have as rich a history as wood carving. Examples of the craft will be on display during today's First Friday Art Walk. Carvings by Les Suchman and the River City Carvers will be at Aartful Rose and the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, respectively...
First Friday receptions 11/04/11 (11/04/11)
FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTIONS The Artist Studio The gallery will display paintings created by Susan Douglas and Bette Siemers in acrylics workshop, as well as work by Judy Barks-Westrich. 38A N. Main St.; 651-4464 Arts Council of Southeast Missouri...
A growing collection (11/04/11)
The closet at the Crisp Museum just got a little smaller. The New York Artists Equity Association recently donated 151 works to the museum at Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus. That bunch, added to the 24 works the museum already owned, brings the total to 175...
Best bet: LoCash Cowboys (11/04/11)
In what twisted world does a break dancing dude from Baltimore and a show choir choreographer from Indiana pair off to become a rocking house-hold name in country music? This one. Chris Lucas and Preston Brust -- the dancer and choreographer, respectively -- formed LoCash Cowboys after meeting in Nashville, Tenn. ...
'Sarah's Key' is full of plot twists (11/04/11)
A real-life tragedy of the Holocaust -- the rounding up of thousands of Parisian Jews at the Vel' d'Hiv velodrome in July 1942 for processing to the Nazi death camps -- forms the backdrop for this ponderous drama.
ARTifacts 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
Sunday afternoons are a little sweeter when spent in the company of the classics. The Chamber Music Sundays at Three concerts allow Southeast Missourians that opportunity. The Southeast Collegium will perform works by Giovanni Bononcini, an Italian baroque cellist and composer of opera. ...
Irvin Garms (11/04/11)
Irvin H. Garms, 96, of Cape Girardeau, died Friday, Oct. 28, 2011 at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. A private service will be held at a St. Louis funeral home. A full, detailed obituary will appear in Sunday's Southeast Missourian.
Dr. Dolores Gore (11/04/11)
OLMSTED, Ill. -- Dr. Dolores Gore, 85, of Clarksville, Tenn., formerly of Olmsted, died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Cedarhurst Assisted Living in Shiloh, Ill. The funeral will be at 4 p.m. Sunday at Olmsted United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Jimmy Terry Sr. officiating...
Tommie Durham (11/04/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Tommie Alan "Tom" Durham, 61, of Versailles, Mo., formerly of Perryville, died Monday, Oct. 31, 2011, in Versailles. A celebration of his life will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Perryville...
Louise Burbach (11/04/11)
Louise C. Burbach, 80, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Life Care Center of Cape Girardeau. She was born Feb. 20, 1931, in New Orleans, to Andrew J. and Gladys Olga Duplaisir Regan. She and Raymond F. Burbach were married April 30, 1958, in Gretna, La...
Lillie Dry (11/04/11)
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...
Clyde Cook (11/04/11)
Clyde Joseph Cook, 87, went home to be with Jesus on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at the Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Dec. 3, 1923, to Otto J. and Mary B. Schaefer Cook. He and Marilyn Bryl Jones were married Oct. 26, 1951. Together they had seven children...
David Kies Sr. (11/04/11)
David James Kies Sr., 85, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, at Fountainbleau Lodge. He was born March 11, 1926, in Cape Girardeau, to Emile J. and Sarah Thompson Kies. He and Vergie Mae Eakins were married Dec. 7, 1943, at Benton, Mo. David was a lifelong member of Evangelical United Church of Christ and served on the church board. ...
Tracey Stewart (11/04/11)
Tracey Ann Stewart, 51, of Jackson passed away Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, at her home. She was born Oct. 14, 1960, in Kimball, Neb., daughter of Donald D. and Jane Ybarra Morgan. Mrs. Stewart was a server at Denny's. She was a member of New McKendree United Methodist Church...
Leroy Zahner (11/04/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Leroy R. Zahner, 96, of Perryville died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Independence Care Center. He was born Feb. 24, 1915, in Perryville, son of Romanus and Anna Hoffman Zahner. He and Marie Edmond were married May 7, 1938, at Perryville. She preceded him in death Dec. 25, 2008...
Births 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
Daughter to Felipe Montes DeOca Villegas and Linda Yalith Padilla Varela of Cape Girardeau, Saint Francis Medical Center, 3:59 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2011. Name, Grethel Yalith. Weight, 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Montes DeOca Villegas is employed at Muy Bueno...
Jefferson Elementary (11/04/11)
4th grade: Jacob Grant, Samyiah Lanier, Sebastian Prokop, Sadie Reynolds, Peighton Robinson, Ciara Rodriguez, Jenelle Rodriguez, Gabe Spence, Kamryn Stinnett-Robinson. B Honor Roll 4th grade: Jazmine Brevik, Aaliyah Bryant, Matthew Cleek, Christian Cruz, De'ajon Gaines, Zoe Gllueck, Adileny Gonzales, Arianna Hanstein, Jeffrey Jones, Travon Macklin, Preston Martin, Cameron Owens, Dakota Owens, Destiny Pearson, Christen Petty, Frankie Poindexter, Corneilus Robinson, Brandon Rodriguez, Alycia Sredojevich, Miguel Suchil, Brittney Trapp, Briunna Tuttleton, Kelis Twiggs, De'Varean Walker, Jamaika Winston.. ...
Zalma Elementary (11/04/11)
A Honor Roll 1st grade: Bryson Cavener, Gage Gilbert, Rebekah Mouser, Montana Smith, Abigail Steinberg, Jacob Trainor, Deacon Wallace. 2nd grade: Kirsten Burkman, Charlize Carlise, Melena Cato, Trey Clark, Brent Jackson, Adison Little, Emilee Rouggly, Jake Wade, Nate Ware...
Meridian High School (11/04/11)
High Honor Roll 11th grade: Brittany Johnson, Devoney Maborn. 12th grade: Brock Moore, Jelesha Pilgram. Honor Roll 9th grade: Jacy Johnson, Mitchell Maborn, Ryan Moore, Tiarra Morris, Autumn Robinson, Tiffany Salore, Conner Schaal, D.J. Weldon, Mark Williams, Aaron Woods...
Chaffee Elementary (11/04/11)
3rd grade: Hailey Cook, Kayla Foulk, Tristan Foulk, Bryce Horrell, Mackenzie Jackson, James Lands, Kiera Themm, Ashlee Bowman, Sydney Lewis, Landon Rains, Paige Schafer, Savannah Weber. 4th grade: Grace Arnzen, Destiny Barbeau, Tyler Essner, Tristyn Hanna, Raven Hollis, Allie Miller, Arablella Puckett, Brett Reid, Braden Spies, Alex Tayloer, Casey Clover, Reece Felty, Brandon Foulk, Nicole Graf, Angel Leyerle, John Little, Natalie McMullin, Jake Medlin, Madelyn Mosley, Emilie Munoz, Wyatt Parker, Ashtyn Rains, Bailee Rister, Samantha Welter.. ...
Delta Junior & Senior High (11/04/11)
A Honor Roll 7th grade: Charles Ledbetter, William Lincoln, McKenna McRoberts, Triston Perry, Tucker Robinson, Cooper Simpson, Madison Sitzes, Krista Valentine. 8th grade: Cheyenne Blue, Erin Bond, Jenna Henson, Jamie Hodge, Kelsi Kinder, Katie Nance, Lydia Reitzel, Kaitlyn Shallow, Austin White...
Oak Ridge Elementary (11/04/11)
4th grade: Alexis Dillard, Haileigh Ernst, Drew Glueck, Bryce Hahs, Bonnie Lukefahr, Ethan Puchbauer, Hayden Seyer, Drake Stone, Sierra Woodall, Trenton Beard, David Layton, Zack LeGrand, Alexis Lukefahr, Hannah McLane, Sophie Nesbit, Caitlin Roth, Madison Schumer, Jacob Shelton & Katie-May Wann...
Nell Holcomb School (11/04/11)
A Honor Roll 6th grade: Landon Byrum, Katelyn Carr, Lainey Conklin, Anna Juhlin, Devin Lincoln, Zach Randolph. 7th grade: Zach Brock, Brad Orenstein, Alexis Oswald, Brent Tiemann, Jessica Weibrecht. 8th grade: Gavin Brown, Rachel Juhlin, Taylor Shivelbine, Will Shivelbine, Forrest Smith, Taylor Smith...
Scott City Middle School (11/04/11)
High Honor Roll 5th grade: Chloe Clayton, Samuel Jordan. 6th grade: Camryn Daniels, Makayla Job, Gracelyn Kern. 7th grade: Braden Cox, Jamie Glastetter, Jacob Smith, Ryan Wilfawn, Ty Wilthong. 8th grade: Isabella Bowers, Frederick Buckalew, Paige Mcneely, Lauren Pritchard...
Leopold Elementary School (11/04/11)
4th grade: Jared Allen, Kyla Beel, Dominic Bellis, Lindsey Duckworth, Kane Duncan, Jonathan Eldridge, Jacob Elfrink, Madeline Elfrink, Samantha Engelen, Gwen Forrester, Jenna Garland, Kara Hampton, Samuel Horrell, Jace Jansen, Beth Lincoln, Josephine Seiler, Jenny Vandeven, Kyleigh Wolfe...
Zalma Junior & Senior High (11/04/11)
A Honor Roll 7th grade: Tove Evans, Bailey Payne, Jennifer Pullam, Garrett Robinson. 8th grade: Wyatt Lemons, Christopher Lombeida. 9th grade: Andrew Hovis, Evan Hovis, Nikkita Phillips, Katelynn Wheetley. 10th grade: Emily Davis. 11th grade: Barbora Mesarosova, Kaitlin Northern...
Cape Central Junior High (11/04/11)
A Honor Roll 7th grade: Ethan Arnn, Sarah Barker, Jonathan Bohnert, Isaac Buck, Katherine Carns, Jordan Collins, Tessah Conatser, Victoria Crisman, Jacquen Cummins, Natalie Davis, Skylar Deimund, Gabrielle Desrosiers, Caitlyn Dumey, Madison Dush, Sophia Gentle, Zachary Glenn, Yasdani Gonzalez, Gavin Green, Adriano Grim, Madalyn Guiterrez, Madison Hankins, Brady Hendershott, Tara Hester, Matthew Holman, Nia Johnson, Kimberly Jones, Bennett Kidd, Spencer Kidd, Kathleen Kinder, Nikkie Le, Trenton Leimer, Anna Margetta, Joshua Markhart, Hannah McGill, Alexis McMahon, Alex Miller, Sky Miller, Mackenzie Moore, Elizabeth Orr, Colletta Pair, John Pettet, Conner Propst, Anna Rollins, Paige Rosen, Jamonte Rush, Sabrina Sander, Amanda Stricker, Levi Strickland, Alicia Stull, Tyler Swanks, Hope Tegel, Drew Thatcher, Ella Valleroy, Allison Vaughn, Kirstin Weinzetl, Katy Wikel.. ...
North Elementary (11/04/11)
North Elementary 4th grade: Gracie Balance, Simon Barnhart, Avery Blyzes, Alissa Bomar, Colby Bomar, Patrick Boyd, Jeremy Brown, Chase Cahill, Colby Collier, Trey Craft, Kolby Criddle, Dillon Elliott, Amanda Ewing, Kendall Felter, Nathan Harrison, Nicole Johnson, Levi Jung, Kali Kimbel, Zane Lintner, Jadyn Mabbitt, Alice Mansell, Flugencio Martinez, Candis McCuan, Will McQuade, Keagan Meyr, Dylan Monahan, Jonas Odle, Ashlyn Prince, Joey Proffer, Ethan Richardson, Madissen Robertson, Dalton Schroeder, Hailey Sterling, Cole Thurman, Noah Uhrhan, Gracie Warner, Sydney Wiggins, David Wilfong, Rhett Wiseman, Riley Wiseman, Kolby Wren, Hailey Yates.. ...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Wednesday:...
Jackson police and fire reports 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
The Jackson Police Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. Miscellaneous Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday:...
Out of the past 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
The city council has given the go-ahead to installation of a fairway irrigation system at the municipal golf course, contending it should result in increased use of the links and provide additional fee revenue to operate the course. As election returns are counted in the early evening, Democratic congressional candidate Wayne Cryts enjoys a lead over incumbent Rep. ...
Neighborhood Connection block party thanks (11/04/11)
An estimated crowd of 450 people gathered for the eighth annual Neighborhood Connection block party held on Oct. 15. Games, food, face painting, fire trucks, pony rides and the DARE car were the order of the day. An extra special addition this year was books furnished by Beth Shaw, the daughter of Bill and Marion Green. ...
Marriage conference (11/04/11)
Have you taken time recently to invest in your marriage? Tonight, Men at the Cross will host a marriage conference at Lynwood Baptist Church in Cape Girardeau. According to the organization's website, the conference is designed to help couples discover marital intimacy through the power of the cross...
Speak Out 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
THE idea of drug testing recipients receiving welfare is the best idea the government has ever had. If a person receives my tax money and uses it for drugs, they do not deserve it. That money is for those in need. If a recipient tests positive for drugs, here is an idea, clean up and get a job and earn your money and quit living off those of us who work for ours. Welfare should be a short-term benefit to help those who need it until they find a job...
Prayer 11/4/11 (11/04/11)
O God, may couples seek you and strive to have Christ-centered marriages. Amen.
Kelso C-7 to Honor Veterans (11/04/11)
Kelso C-7 Elementary will be hosting their annual Veterans' Day Ceremony on Friday, November 11, 2011, at 9:30 am in the St. Lawrence Parrish Center in New Hamburg, Missouri. All veterans and community members are invited to attend the student led ceremony to honor those who have served our country. We hope to see you there!...
Going green-weed eaters that require no fuel (11/04/11)
Miniature donkeys used to mow lawn in cape county. They eat their weight in weeds every day.
Leaf Collection in Cape Girardeau Starts Nov. 7 (11/04/11)
Leaf Collection in Cape Girardeau Starts Nov. 7 in Zone A which is west of Kingshighway. With leaves falling from the trees, it's time for the city of Cape Girardeau's annual leaf collection program. Residents have four options to dispose of leaves:...
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