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Stories from Sunday, November 6, 2011

Toddlers found sleeping in Marble Hill yard early Friday morning (11/06/11)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Marble Hill Police spent Friday looking for the mother of two boys, ages 4 and 2, who were found sleeping in a yard on Hopkins Street around 5 a.m. The older boy was found wearing pants, a shirt and a light jacket, and the younger one was wearing a shirt, jacket and a diaper, said Marble Hill Police Chief Dennis Willis. The boys knew only their first names, their mother's first name, and the color of her car...
New Jackson city limits to be considered in public hearing (11/06/11)
The boundaries of the city of Jackson are changing, and some area residents are unhappy with the way things have been taking shape. What the future holds for the city, local industry and the people of Fruitland will start to become clear at a public hearing Monday night...
Cape Central Middle School principal resigns (11/06/11)
Cape Girardeau's middle school principal has resigned. According to district superintendent Dr. Jim Welker, the school board approved the resignation of Mark Kiehne Friday. The resignation is effective immediately. Welker said the resignation is voluntary...
Area planning commission's committee 'happy' with decision to keep air quality standards unchanged (11/06/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- After spending months awaiting promised stricter ozone standards, the Southeast Missouri Regional Planning and Economic Development Commission's Air Quality Committee is pleased with the EPA's recent decision that current limits will stay in place until 2013.
Jacque Waller's purse among items found in roadside search (11/06/11)
Investigators found Jacque Waller's purse and some of its contents during a search for evidence linked to her disappearance alongside southbound Interstate 55 Thursday and Friday, Waller's father confirmed Friday.
Clay Waller's attorney again requests change of judge for deposition hearing (11/06/11)
Clay Waller's attorney would like a judge with little or no knowledge of the Jacque Waller disappearance investigation to preside over an upcoming hearing connected to the case. The hearing will determine whether his client's father's testimony will be preserved -- testimony that alleged says Clay Waller confessed to murdering his estranged wife and burying her body...
Ditch dirt can be used to increase levee, Mississippi County commissioners say (11/06/11)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is welcome to pretty much any dirt located on a county ditch bank, Mississippi County commissioners agreed during their regular meeting Thursday. Having rebuilt the northern breach in the frontline levee at Birds Point back up to 51 feet on the Cairo, Ill., river gauge, the corps now needs additional material to build the levee four feet higher to 55 feet, according to Carlin Bennett, presiding commissioner for Mississippi County...
Corp of Engineers, Greenville residents spar over removal of earthen levee (11/06/11)
GREENVILLE, Mo. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and city of Greenville were again unable Thursday night to find common ground on a topic which leaves many residents there frustrated and concerned future flood events will endanger property and lives...
Tourism head says receipts up in Cape Girardeau (11/06/11)
The attractions that draw visitors to Cape Girardeau and the affect they have on the local economy were discussed during the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Coffee at the Show Me Center. Since 2004, the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau has been using the brand "Where the River Turns a Thousand Tales" to market the city as a Mississippi River community rich in history, said Chuck Martin, executive director of the CVB...
Mo. fourth-, eighth-graders hold steady in some subjects, slip in others, according to assessment (11/06/11)
In another recent roundup of progress reports, Missouri students stayed on track with previous years in some areas and faltered slightly in others. The results released last week from a nationwide test conducted every two years showed Missouri fourth graders' abilities in reading and eighth graders' abilities in math slid since 2009...
Hundreds of couples come to marriage conference at Cape church (11/06/11)
More than 350 couples attended the "Passionate Love: Building a Cross Centered Marriage" event Friday night at Lynwood Baptist Church. The program was presented by the staff of the Men at the Cross Ministry, which was founded in 2008 by Dr. Joe White of Branson, Mo. The organization puts on stadium events where thousands of men get together to learn to not pass down bitterness and inactivity to their sons...
12 hold Occupy protest at Capaha Park (11/06/11)
Cape Girardeau became occupied by Wall Street protesters for the first time Saturday. A group of 12 gathered at Capaha Park near the corner of Broadway and West End Boulevard in the afternoon following a march past the federal courthouse and city hall...
Kentucky man killed in Friday morning Interstate 55 wreck near Fruitland (11/06/11)
A Friday morning crash involving two tractor-trailers on Interstate 55 near Fruitland led to one fatality, according to emergency personnel at the scene. The crash happened when one semi rear-ended another, killing one of the drivers.
Rep. Jo Ann Emerson to visit local business Monday (11/06/11)
U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson will visit Cape Girardeau business Someone's Treasure Clubhouse on Monday, Nov. 7 at 9:30 a.m. Someone's Treasure Clubhouse, located at 416 S. Kingshighway, is a counseling and wellness business. Emerson visits small businesses and health care providers while back home in Missouri. She considers it an important responsibility to keep in touch so she can advocate for these businesses and providers in Congress...
Route TT in Stoddard County to be reduced for pavement work (11/06/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route TT in Stoddard County will be reduced to one lane Monday and Tuesday, while the Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. This section of road is from County Road 624 to County Road 642. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 8 a.m. ...
Kentucky man killed in I-55 wreck near Fruitland (11/06/11)
A Friday morning crash involving two tractor-trailers on Interstate 55 near Fruitland led to the death of a Kentucky man. Randy E. Stewart, 55, of Barlow, Ky., died of blunt force trauma at the scene, Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton said...
Club news 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
The United Commercial Travelers Council 534 met Oct. 11 at Cape Girardeau Public Library with Sheila Holloway, senior counselor, presiding. The safety committee report was given and pictures of the two youths who received the bicycles from the Library Reading Program were presented by Jobyna Daume, chairwoman. This will be entered in the Council in Action Contest with Supreme...
Fire crews working to contain Mark Twain Forest blaze (11/06/11)
SALEM, Mo. (AP) -- Recent rain has helped crews battling fires in the Mark Twain National Forest in south-central Missouri. The U.S. Forest Service said Friday that about a half-inch of rain Thursday helped firefighters dealing with the fires, which officials say may have been intentionally set. The largest fire is estimated at about 5,000 acres in southern Dent County...
Former ‘60 Minutes' commentator Rooney dies (11/06/11)
NEW YORK -- Andy Rooney, the curmudgeonly commentator who spent more than 30 years wryly talking about the oddities of life for "60 Minutes," died Friday night, CBS said. He was 92. Just a month ago, Rooney delivered his last regular essay on the CBS newsmagazine...
Job market improves modestly as unemployment falls in Oct. (11/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- The American job market improved modestly in October, and economists looking deeper into the numbers found reasons for optimism -- or at least what counts for optimism in this slow economic recovery. The nation added 80,000 jobs. That was fewer than the 100,000 that economists expected, but it was the 13th consecutive month of job gains. Fears of a new recession have receded...
Three people struck by car at Occupy DC protest; driver won't be charged (11/06/11)
District of Columbia police and Occupy DC protesters are offering conflicting accounts about a weekend incident in which a motorist struck three protesters near a downtown demonstration. Police said Saturday that a driver will not be charged for striking the three people Friday evening...
Accusations not yet costing Herman Cain in early voting states (11/06/11)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Republicans in Iowa and other early voting states seem to be giving presidential candidate Herman Cain the benefit of the doubt for now. But they say they need to know more about accusations that he sexually harassed women who worked for him in the 1990s...
Texas troopers interview crash survivors (11/06/11)
ABILENE, Texas -- Survivors of a deadly bus crash are being interviewed, but it will take time for investigators to determine why an Abilene Christian University bus left the highway and overturned, a state trooper said Saturday. "It will be months from now" if anyone is ever charged in the Friday night wreck that killed one person and critically injured four others, trooper Phillip "Sparky" Dean wrote in an email...
5 charged in Halloween candy theft (11/06/11)
DALE CITY, Va. -- Police in Virginia say five teenagers have been charged with beating two youngsters who wouldn't hand over their Halloween candy. Prince William County police report one robber implied he had a handgun when the group confronted a pair of trick-or-treaters Monday night in Dale City...
Baby boomers' aging casts light on low number of geriatricians (11/06/11)
PALATKA, Fla. -- In this sleepy, riverside town in northeast Florida, 86-year-old Betty Wills sees the advertisements of obstetricians and gynecologists on the main road's billboards and has found specialists ranging from cardiologists to surgeons in the phone book...
Today in History (11/06/11)
Today is Sunday, Nov. 6, the 310th day of 2011. There are 55 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 6, 1861, Confederate President Jefferson Davis was elected to a six-year term of office. On this date: In 1860, former Illinois congressman Abraham Lincoln defeated three other candidates for the presidency: John Breckinridge, John Bell and Stephen Douglas...
Last 45 Chinese miners in cave-in rescued (11/06/11)
BEIJING -- Forty-five grimy, exhausted Chinese coal miners trapped by a cave-in were rescued Saturday, ending a 36-hour ordeal in the world's most dangerous country for the industry. Eight miners were killed in the accident. After Thursday's cave-in, at least 200 workers dug a small rescue tunnel about 1,650 feet deep to reach the trapped miners, the People's Daily newspaper said. ...
Colombian rebels now face uncertainty after slaying (11/06/11)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday called on fighters of Latin America's only major rebel force to accept the killing of their top leader as proof the movement is doomed and to surrender. "This is the moment to decide to lay down your arms because, as we've said many times, the alternative is prison or a tomb," Santos told combatants of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia a day after troops killed their 63-year-old chief...
Pakistan indicts 2 more in Bhutto's assassination (11/06/11)
ISLAMABAD -- Two police officers were indicted Saturday in the 2007 assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and will face trial along with five members of the Pakistani Taliban, a state prosecutor said. The policemen were charged with failing to provide Bhutto with proper security and with destroying evidence, said the prosecutor, Zulfikar Ali. Their indictment triggers a new trial for the Taliban members so that all seven defendants can be tried together, he said...
At least 69 dead in sect attacks in north Nigeria (11/06/11)
LAGOS, Nigeria -- Residents fearfully left their homes Saturday to bury their dead in northeast Nigeria following a series of coordinated attacks that killed at least 69 people and left a new police headquarters in ruins, government offices burned and symbols of state power destroyed...
Scott City's Shemonia captures elusive state cross country crown (11/06/11)
Scott City senior Brandon Shemonia erased the doubt about his ability to win the big races Saturday. Shemonia ran away with the Class 2 state cross country title by finishing almost 30 seconds before the second-place runner at the Oak Hills Golf Center in Jefferson City, Mo.
Notre Dame's Kiblinger runs to third-place finish in Class 3 state cross country meet (11/06/11)
Notre Dame's Elizabeth Kiblinger capped her senior year with a remarkable finish at the Class 3 state cross country meet Saturday. Kiblinger finished third to earn all-state honors at the Oak Hills Golf Center in Jefferson City, Mo.
Central's Leighton earns all-state honors at Class 4 state cross country meet (11/06/11)
A roundup of how the local runners fared in the Class 1 and Class 4 state cross country meet.
St. Pius earns state volleyball title (11/06/11)
A quick roundup of the state volleyball title matches, which were played at the Show Me Center on Saturday.
Southeast Missouri State football team holds off Central Methodist (11/06/11)
The Southeast Missouri State football team defeated Central Methodist 55-44 on Saturday.
Southeast Missouri State soccer team's season ends in OVC tourney semis (11/06/11)
The Southeast Missouri State soccer team suffered its only Ohio Valley Conference loss of the regular season at Morehead State. Morehead did it again to the Redhawks on Friday night by an identical 2-1 score. This time the defeat hurt infinitely worse.
McFerren reasserts self at tailback in Southeast Missouri State football team's win (11/06/11)
Southeast Missouri State football redshirt freshman Lennies McFerren ran for 99 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 55-44 win against Central Methodist.
Split helps Southeast Missouri State volleyball team sit tied for third in OVC (11/06/11)
The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team split a pair of Ohio Valley Conference road matches over the weekend in Kentucky.
Baylor football team squeaks out win vs. Missouri (11/06/11)
WACO, Texas -- James Franklin put Missouri in position to do it again, to wipe out another double-digit, fourth-quarter deficit in central Texas. The Tigers couldn't finish the rally this time. Terrance Ganaway had touchdown runs of 38 and 80 yards, then ended Missouri's last-gasp hope with an 18-yard burst in the final minute, making sure Baylor held on for a 42-39 victory Saturday night...
Blues fall at Wild (11/06/11)
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota coach Mike Yeo knew his team was doing something right with 11 players sitting in the penalty boxes across the ice. The Wild were leading St. Louis by two goals early in the third period, and the Blues were starting to get a bit chippy...
Rams, Cardinals vie to escape NFC West cellar (11/06/11)
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals meet with their starting quarterbacks hurting and last place in arguably the worst division in pro football at stake. The Rams and Cardinals match 1-6 records today and, if a team can claim momentum in such a situation, it would be St. Louis. The Rams upset New Orleans 31-21 with backup A.J. Feeley replacing quarterback Sam Bradford last weekend...
Midwest Neurosurgeons donates $1,625 for cancer research (11/06/11)
Midwest Neurosurgeons' fundraiser consisting of $5 being donated for each "like" received on its new Facebook page throughout October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It was called "Like"=Life. The grand total came to be 325 new "likes" that added up to $1,625, which was donated at noon Nov. ...
Pet of the week 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
Pet name: Alice Owner: Emily Baker Favorite activity: Dressing up as a squirrel for Halloween.
Adopt Tom (11/06/11)
Tom is a 6-year-old Chihuahua. He's a friendly little guy. Tom is available for adoption at the Humane Society, 334-5837.
Adopt Nadia (11/06/11)
Nadia is a 2-year-old cat who is vocal and enjoys a good "conversation." When you come to meet her, she comes right up to you and tells you she's wanting a home. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823.
Awards 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
David Roth was awarded a Modern Woodmen of America Hometown Heroes Award for heroic acts such as changing countless tires, consoling the grieving, participating in Junior Achievement and taking care of aging family members without complaint. He was given the award by local members of the fraternal financial services organization Nov. ...
FYI 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
St. Joseph Parish of Apple Creek in Perryville, Mo., is hosting a dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. Serving includes pork sausage, backbone and sauerkraut, chicken dumplings with all of the trimmings and homemade pies. Adults are $9, and children 6 to 12 are $4...
The accountant and music minister: Huskey grew up with church music in his blood (11/06/11)
Jerry Huskey grew up with church music is in his blood. The Bethany Baptist Church music minister grew up in a small country Southern Baptist Church near De Soto, Mo., where music was a family affair. "The church was attended by many of my relatives including my Grandma Kingsland, who was the piano player and also taught the children chorus songs on Wednesday evenings," Huskey said. ...
Train your dog to stop jumping (11/06/11)
LOS ANGELES -- Thanksgiving and Christmas often involve visits from family and friends, but unless your dog keeps all four on the floor, you might be the one in the doghouse. Some people will be frightened by a dog that greets guests at the door by jumping up. Others may be allergic, frail or easily knocked off balance. A pawmark or doggy drool on guests' clothing is embarrassing, and while some visitors will say they love dogs and it's no big deal, others will be annoyed...
Locks of Love donation (11/06/11)
Destiny, 8, left, and Savannah, 5, decided to cut and donate their hair to Locks of Love. Their ponytails were 11 and 13 inches long, respectively. They are the daughters of Brian and Gina Matysik of Cape Girardeau. ...
Pictures of Home: Stephanie Goddard uses photography to show appreciation for deployed soldiers (11/06/11)
Stephanie Goddard has never been to boot camp or worn a military uniform, but she's serving her country the best way she knows how: with her photography. Through her "Glimpse of Home" project, Goddard takes photos of military families at no charge, then creates a personal photo album to send to their deployed soldier as a surprise. ...
Having an extra hour must be embraced (11/06/11)
You may find yourself lingering this morning. Perhaps you were able to relish in the steam and aroma from the second or even third cup of coffee. Casually flipping through the paper marking the sale ads, clipping coupons and enjoying every article and editorial. Or perhaps you were able to catch up on some well-earned sleep. After all, you've fallen back. The annual blessing of the extra hour is relished. Creating a slight sense of uneasiness that will pass with a few days of this new routine...
Fall ushers in excitement and blessings (11/06/11)
"I hate the season of fall, except for the cooling temperatures," many say. Although different individuals enjoy various seasons of the year, my favorite is fall. Fall adds excitement, mystery and joy to life. Although winter comes right after fall that too provides briskness and energy. ...
Opossum (11/06/11)
This young opossum was in a small dogwood tree when I photographed it. Two others were in the tree farther up. This one was on a low limb, and although not "playing dead" it made no effort to avoid me. The flash did not alarm the opossum, and he made no sound as I held the camera to within two feet of his face to take this picture...
Cleaning woman damages sculpture (11/06/11)
BERLIN -- A modern art installation valued at $1.1 million was damaged after a cleaning woman scrubbed away a patina intended to look like a dried rain puddle, a Dortmund official said Friday. Martin Kippenberger's "When it Starts Dripping from the Ceiling" remains in place at the city's Ostwall museum, despite the damage sustained earlier this month when a cleaner scrubbed away the painted puddle beneath a rubber trough placed under a stacked tower of wooden slats...
Richard Robinson (11/06/11)
Richard A. "Dick" Robinson, 77, retired Navy Lt. Cmdr., Medical Service Corps, died Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011, at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, D.C. He is the beloved husband of 57 years of Corrine Robinson; loving father of twins, Steven Robinson (Karla), Debra Thompson (Patrick), Richard M. ...
Dr. Dolores Gore (11/06/11)
OLMSTED, Ill. -- Dr. Dolores Gore, 85, of Clarksville, Tenn., formerly of Olmsted, died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Cedarhurst Memory Care in Shiloh, Ill. She was born Dec. 19, 1925, in Ullin, Ill., daughter of Alfred William and Bertha Schultz Shumaker. She married Forrest Gore on Aug. 3, 1941...
W.P. Rendleman (11/06/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- W.P. "Bud" Rendleman, 91, of Anna died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Anna Rehab and Nursing Center. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Stephanie Voss officiating. Burial will be in Anna City Cemetery...
Dillman Starzinger (11/06/11)
Dillman R. Starzinger, 90, of Jackson passed away Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home. He was born Feb. 28, 1921, in Egypt Mills, to Roland and Mamie Exler Starzinger. He was baptized at Egypt Mills and attended school at Zion Lutheran School in Pocahontas. He and Nelda Pilz were married May 5, 1946, in Altenburg, Mo...
Dolly Corse (11/06/11)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Dolly M. Corse, 99, of Perryville departed this life Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, at Independence Care Center. She was born May 26, 1912, in Perry County, Mo., daughter of Edwin and Josephine Boxdorfer Horn. She and Fred R. Corse were married March 29, 1930. He preceded her in death June 8, 1991...
Rosemary Nance (11/06/11)
COVINGTON, La. -- Rosemary T. Nance, 96, of Covington, formerly of Cairo, Ill., died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, in Covington. Visitation will be 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Cairo. The funeral will follow at the church, with the Rev. John Agbasiere officiating. Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery at Villa Ridge, Ill...
Catherine Farris (11/06/11)
CHAFFEE, Mo. — Catherine Farris, 71, of Chaffee died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011, at Landmark Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Chaffee.
Lucille Keller (11/06/11)
Lucille Agnes Keller, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Feb. 26, 1917, at Cape Girardeau to August and Agnes Scholl Borchelt. She and Marvin Keller were married April 20, 1961. He died Sept. 3, 1969...
Bobbie Meinz (11/06/11)
On Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, Arvazena "Bobbie" Meinz of Jackson, formerly of Scott City, went peacefully to her Lord Jesus, surrounded by family and loved ones. Bobbie was born July 4, 1926, to Charles Jesse and Irene Thompson Roberts in Brooks Junction, Mo. She and Walter Joseph "Pete" Meinz were married Sept. 25, 1947, in Osceola, Ark...
Irvin Garms (11/06/11)
Irvin H. Garms, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Oct. 28, 2011, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Private funeral services were held Nov. 4, 2011, in St. Louis, with the Rev. Elizabeth Rolf Kanerva officiating. Entombment was in Cape County Memorial Park Mausoleum...
Births 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
Son to James Earl and Jessica Nichole Powers of Advance, Mo., Southeast Hospital, 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011. Name, Nash James. Weight, 7 pounds, 8 ounces. First child. Mrs. Powers is the former Jessica Bailey, daughter of Kenny and Tina Bailey of Advance. She is a registered nurse at Southeast. Powers is the son of Charlie Powers of Wappapello, Mo., and Dewey and Kim Thurman of Flat Rock, Ill. He is a deputy with the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department...
Scheeter - Randolph (11/06/11)
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...
Kinder - Hill (11/06/11)
Kathy Jane Kinder and Christopher Arnold Hill were married Sept. 17, 2011, at Old Hanover Lutheran Church. The Rev. Jeffrey Sippy performed the ceremony. Music was by David Adams of Cape Girardeau, and soloist was Allen Hill of Jackson. The bride is the daughter of Elroy and Mary Susan Kinder of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Patricia Hill and Allen Hill of Jackson...
Biri - Pobst (11/06/11)
James and Lisa Biri of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristina Dawn Biri, to Joshua Mark Pobst. He is the son of Vernon and Susan Pobst of Oran, Mo. Biri is a 2001 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at the Early Learning Center in Oran...
Fitzpatrick - Harris (11/06/11)
Bill and Grace Fitzpatrick of Sikeston, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Kay Fitzpatrick, to Daniel Benjamin Harris. He is the son of Shirley Carlson of Loves Park, Ill., and the late Noel Lee Harris. Fitzpatrick is a client associate with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Bank of America Corp...
Myers - Johnson (11/06/11)
MARQUAND, Mo. -- Harold and Brenda Myers of Marquand announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Jo Myers, to Timothy Edward Johnson. He is the son of Troy and Marcia Johnson of Sedgewickville, Mo. Myers is a 2004 graduate of Marquand-Zion High School. She received a master's degree in physical therapy from Maryville University in St. Louis in 2009. She is a physical therapist at Madison Medical Center Physical Therapy...
Mobley - 60 Years (11/06/11)
Mr. and Mrs. David Mobley of Randles celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a dinner Oct. 22, 2011, at Delmonico's in Jackson. Hosts were their children. Mobley and Shirley Moore were married Oct. 22, 1951, by the Rev. Claude Fowler, at the Fowler home...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department released the following. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:...
Out of the past 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
Missouri Attorney General William Webster, here last night to speak at the Central High School football banquet, said he still has plans to open a satellite office in Cape Girardeau County to primarily handle consumer complaints. The long-awaited removal of the abandoned Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks in Cape Girardeau is underway; removal of the 3.3-mile section of track that was abandoned by the Union Pacific Systems in 1985 began yesterday; a portion of the line runs down the middle of Independence Street.. ...
School menus Nov. 6 to 11 (11/06/11)
MONDAY--Corn dog or turkey & cheese on bun, corn, pears, vanilla wafers. TUESDAY--Cheeseburger or ham & cheese on bun, fries, grapes. WEDNESDAY--Spaghetti & french bread or turkey & cheese on bun, candied carrots, pineapple. THURSDAY--Super nachos or ham & cheese on bun, green beans, peaches...
Tony La Russa and the love of the game (11/06/11)
By Steve Duniphan We attended a Cardinals game in the late '90s with our ball team, the Jackson Giants traveling squad, which consisted of boys 11 to 12 years of age. They were loud and spunky, just like they played. The boys were enjoying themselves, replete in their orange, black and white Giant uniforms, and the coaches of the team were relishing the fact that we were helping to pass on the love of the game to America's youths. Believe me, we had earned this trip...
Recruiting boomers (11/06/11)
Cape Girardeau is a great place to live, work and raise a family, and according to a 2009 Money magazine ranking, it's one of the top 25 places to retire. With this national recognition, the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce is planning to market the area to the large number of Midwestern baby boomers who will be turning 65 in the coming years. ...
Speak Out 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
A big thank you to Scott Meyer and the Parks and Recreation Department for making the basketball court over in Arena Park so beautiful. The children will really enjoy it. HUMAN hair keeps deer away. It is a proven fact. If you have trouble with deer eating your vegetables and flower garden, go to a salon; human hair is free. Just sprinkle it around your plants and they will stay away since they do not like our scent. I did it this year and had no problems with deer or rabbits. It works...
Prayer 11/6/11 (11/06/11)
O Lord Jesus, we lift your holy name on high and sing your praises. Amen.
Jackson Art Group Celebrates One Year Anniversary (11/06/11)
November marks the Jackson Art Group's one year anniversary. In celebration of this milestone the group has created original tributes to veterans through expression in various media. Show your patriotism and join the group from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Steck House Gallery, 210 E. Washington, Jackson...
Buck shot in Youth Season by Brandon Simpher 15yo (11/06/11)
Brandon Simpher shot this 8 point buck on Sunday morning Nov. 6 in Wayne County Missouri Mark Twain National Forest. Brandon is 15 years old and from Jackson.
Jackson Fire Rescue 100 years (11/06/11)
Jackson Fire Rescue celebrated 100 years on November 6, 2011 with the dedication of their newest fire truck 3315.
Bailey is ready for the Great Pumpkin (11/06/11)
Bailey loves getting all dressed up for fall.
1st deer (11/06/11)
my son Abram got his first deer today.
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