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Stories from Sunday, April 1, 2012

Developer rethinking whether to proceed with Esquire renovation in Cape (04/01/12)
With work stalled and a deal to buy the building at a standstill, a $2.7 million plan to rehabilitate Cape Girardeau's Esquire Theater into an independent film house is now being punctuated with a question mark. Developer John Buckner acknowledged Friday that he is taking the weekend to decide whether to move forward on the high-profile project that was announced in October for the 67-year-old building at 824 Broadway...
Heroes Way holds fundraiser to honor fallen soldiers (04/01/12)
Around 150 people gathered at Cape County Park North on Saturday morning to take part in the first March for Memories, a fundraiser walk around the park's pond. The path of the walk was marked every 40 feet with small paper signs with the name of a different Missouri soldier who died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan written on them...
Low bid for Broadway streetscape comes in $863,000 over (04/01/12)
The construction of a new Broadway corridor could cost taxpayers an additional $863,000 with a low bid coming in at $4.41 million, which is 20 percent higher than what the city originally estimated it would cost to build a decorative streetscape that includes colored concrete, pedestrian lighting, landscaping and a 15-foot-wide "promenade" sidewalk...
Cape's Ward 3 candidates speak on economy, parking, more (04/01/12)
He thinks urban deer hunting could be an effective way to manage Cape Girardeau's deer population. She might, too, but not without an official count to prove the city's actually being overrun. She voted for a smoking ban that was proposed last year for the city's bars and restaurants. He didn't support it, saying it was a property rights infringement on business owners...
Voters to decide on bond issues, board members Tuesday (04/01/12)
Tuesday's election will decide if Jackson is ready for a seventh elementary school and whether to add to a history of voter-approved school facilities improvements in Oak Ridge. Meanwhile voters in those two and numerous other districts will also choose members of their school boards...
United Way of Southeast Missouri falls short of campaign goal (04/01/12)
The United Way of Southeast Missouri again failed to meet its annual fundraising campaign goal, as more and more people are coming to the agencies it supports for help. The organization raised $901,709, about $48,000 less than its $950,000 goal. "We knew it was going to be a challenging year, but that just meant we had to work harder," campaign co-chairman Stan Penn of US Bank said during a campaign celebration Friday at Cape West 14 Cine. ...
Sold-out crowd enjoys Christian music concert at Cape church (04/01/12)
More than 1,200 people came out to Cape First Church in Cape Girardeau for the "We Cry Out" tour with Christian musicians Jeremy Camp, Francesca Battistelli and Adam Cappa. Organizers said they were pleased with Friday's turnout. "This is a pretty big deal," said Michael Stewart, marketing director and events manager for the Extraordinary Women Conference, which hosted the concert. "There's a lot of stuff going on, so to sell out is pretty significant."...
Farmers say they want action on bill this year (04/01/12)
JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- Farmers from six states urged a congressional panel on Friday to pass this year's farm bill before the current legislation expires, and said they're worried about the impact subsidy cuts will have on their livelihood.
One flown to St. Louis after Illinois crash (04/01/12)
McCLURE, Ill. -- One person was taken by air to a St. Louis hospital following a crash on Illinois Highway 3 that tied up traffic Friday afternoon. According to the Illinois State Police, the crash happened at about 3:15 p.m. and involved a tractor-trailer and a flagger. ...
Discovery Playhouse opens new exhibit (04/01/12)
SoutheastHEALTH staff members and their families explore the new exhibit Saturday at the Discovery Playhouse in Cape Girardeau. The new exhibit, which is sponsored by SoutheastHEALTH, includes examples of a baby nursery and pediatric doctor's office...
Pipe replacement closes Route Z in Stoddard County (04/01/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route Z from the Bernie, Mo., city limits to Route W in Stoddard County will be closed Monday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace a pipe beneath the roadway. Weather permitting, work will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
U.S. 60 in Butler County reduced for pavement repairs (04/01/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- U.S. 60 from Route PP to the end of state maintenance in Butler County will be reduced to one lane Monday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
Club news 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
Jean Rehak opened the Oak Ridge FCE meeting March 20, with pledges to the flags and singing an Easter song at the home of Marilyn Retherford. There were 12 members in attendance. Devotion was given by Barbara Barks with a poem by Judge Roy Moore, "America the Beautiful," and on the lighter side a story on sickness and in health...
New tornado warnings aim to scare (04/01/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Even expert storm chases would have struggled to decipher the difference between the tornado warnings sent last May before severe weather hit Joplin and, a few days later, headed again toward downtown Kansas City. The first tornado was a massive EF-5 twister that killed 161 people as it wiped out a huge chunk of the southwest Missouri community. The second storm caused only minor damage when two weak tornadoes struck in the Kansas City suburbs...
Missouri audit questions use of federal funds (04/01/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich has released a report questioning how federal money is spent by state government in several programs. The auditor's office compiles a report each year tracking the state's spending of federal money. Missouri used $14.2 billion in federal funds during the 2011 budget year, which includes about $1.8 billion of stimulus money. Both are lower than what was spent in the 2010 budget year...
Massage therapist accused of secret videotaping (04/01/12)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) -- A Missouri massage therapist is facing charges for allegedly videotaping female clients. Felony invasion of privacy charges were filed Thursday against 38-year-old Kirk Michael Jackson, who operates Atlas Massage Therapy in St. Charles. He is jailed on $75,000 cash-only bond and does not yet have an attorney...
Missourians turn out for mortgage settlement sessions in varying numbers (04/01/12)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The state of Missouri is looking for victims of foreclosure abuse and homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages who may be eligible for some of the nearly $200 million received from a national settlement. Attorney General Chris Koster's office held a series of public sessions in each of Missouri's 114 counties and the city of St. ...
3 winners in $640M Mega Millions lottery (04/01/12)
RED BUD, Ill. -- The Mega Millions winners -- at least three of them -- stayed out of sight. The losers, who could number 100 million, had plenty to say Saturday about losing out on the world's largest-ever lottery jackpot. Journalists descended on convenience stores in Southern Illinois and Maryland, and lottery officials there and in Kansas proclaimed they sold winning tickets in the $640 million world record-breaking Mega Millions jackpot. ...
Today in History (04/01/12)
Today is Palm Sunday, April 1, the 92nd day of 2012. There are 274 days left in the year. This is April Fool's Day. Today's Highlight in History: On April 1, 1912, the city of Branson, Mo., was incorporated. On this date: In 1789, the U.S. House of Representatives held its first full meeting in New York; Frederick Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania was elected the first House speaker...
Big fifth inning pushes Kennett baseball team past Jackson (04/01/12)
Kennett scored six runs in the fifth to turn a 1-1 ballgame into a rout at Whitey Herzog Stadium.
High school roundup: Jackson track and field teams snatch Perryville meet (04/01/12)
All the scores from Saturday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Weather, Seckman get better of Perryville girls soccer team (04/01/12)
Officials stopped play just 81 seconds into the second half when a flash of lightning was spotted in the distance, and the game never resumed.
Notre Dame baseball team's offense efficient in win over Kennett (04/01/12)
The Bulldogs have gone 3-0 against teams in Class 3 District 1.
High school roundup: Hot-hitting Dobbelare leads Pirates past NMCC 13-7 (04/01/12)
Dobbelare blasted three home runs to powers the Pirates on Friday. He has gone 10 of 12 with five homers in his last three games.
Kentucky off to title game, beats Louisville 69-61 (04/01/12)
Kentucky owns the Bluegrass State. Now it can concentrate on the rest of the country.
Big comeback leads Kansas over Ohio State and into national championship (04/01/12)
Same story, new night for Kansas. The team that's been teetering on the edge of the tournament since before it even began is now one of the last two left.
Southeast baseball team ends 10-game losing streak (04/01/12)
Not only did the Redhawks end their school-record 10-game losing streak but senior standouts Kenton Parmley and Trenton Moses tied notable school records.
Southeast roundup: Softball team splits doubleheader (04/01/12)
The Redhawks won the opener 6-2 before host Tennessee Tech took the nightcap 6-1.
Cushman to be inducted into U.S. basketball writers hall of fame (04/01/12)
A lifetime of achievements in journalism has resulted in a rare honor for former Central and Southeast Missouri State graduate Tom Cushman. The 1952 Central graduate will be inducted into the United States Basketball Writers Association hall of fame Monday before the NCAA national championship game in New Orleans...
Blue Jackets knock off St. Louis Blues 5-2 (04/01/12)
The St. Louis Blues needed help to clinch their first Central division title since 1999-2000, stumbling at home against the NHL's last-place team.
Brian Vickers goes from damaged goods to the comeback trail (04/01/12)
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Brian Vickers' latest comeback got off to a roaring start last week with a fifth-place finish at Bristol for Michael Waltrip Racing. The driver who admitted having wondered more than once if he was viewed as "damaged goods" hopes to keep his comeback on track when he returns this weekend to the scene of one of his worst days in racing: Martinsville Speedway...
Adopt Vanna (04/01/12)
Vanna is a 3-year-old cat that was found abandoned with her kittens. She had to have her tail removed due to an injury, but is now healed. Vanna is a happy and loving cat. Call Safe Harbor at 243-9823.
Adopt Bentley (04/01/12)
Bentley is 1 1/2 years old. He is neutered. Bentley is available for adoption at the Humane Society, 334-5837.
Pet of the Week 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
Name: Cleopatra Owner: Reno Anderson Favorite Activity: Cleopatra was the official greeter at Grass Roots BMW Motorcycles for the first 4 years of her life. She would say "hi" by going up to new customers, letting them pet her, and then go back to her bed in my office. She would entertain children when their parents wanted to look at the bikes. Now she is retired and enjoys going back to the shop for a "visit" only...
Awards/Accomplishments 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
Keith Hon and Breanna New, of SEMO Imprints in Cape Girardeau, were recently presented with a Patriot Award in recognition of their extraordinary support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserves. Hon and New were nominated by Staff Sgt. ...
Your Generosity 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
Perryville Elks Lodge 2701 has chosen Perryville High School senior Josh Pellikan as its February 2012 Student of the Month. Paul Turner, left, of the Elks, presents Pellikan with a $500 scholarship; on the right is Jeff Steffens, assistant principal at Perryville High School. ...
FYI 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
New Life Gospel Center in Scott City will have a showing of "The Passion of the Christ" at 5 p.m. today. Start Smart Baseball offered in Cape Girardeau Start Smart Baseball is a developmentally appropriate, introductory baseball program for children 3 to 5 years old, offered by Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. ...
Area cross walks to take place this week (04/01/12)
Cross walks, which usually involve the offering of a prayer and meditation at a series of locations of significance within a city, are a well-known way that Christians of all denominations to remember Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection. Two cross walks will be held locally this week on Good Friday, the Friday before Easter...
Our past can provide the path for real growth (04/01/12)
"I know nothing!" Those who troll their television sets looking for 1960s-era situation comedies will no doubt recall the declarative exclamation that opens this column. Sgt. Schultz of "Hogan's Heroes" (1965-1971) is the author of that signature line...
Waiting at Lord's feet and giving all of ourselves (04/01/12)
Everything about the way Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, worshipped and knew the Lord makes me want to worship and know him like that. The first time we get to eavesdrop on Mary and Jesus is in Luke 10:38-42, when Jesus stays at her and her siblings' house. The only thing Mary does in these verses is sit at the feet of Jesus to listen to him...
Christians participate in Jewish Seder (04/01/12)
On Thursday, La Croix United Methodist Church in Cape Girardeau hosted a shortened version of a traditional Seder meal in conjunction with Jews for Jesus, a Messianic Jewish organization. The word Seder means order. The Seder meal is the ritual Passover meal celebrated by people of Jewish descent, and it's the type of meal Jesus shared with the disciples at the Last Supper. Passover begins an eight-day holiday for the Jewish people...
No fooling when it comes to these recipes (04/01/12)
Today being April Fools' Day, I feel like I need to include some silly or crazy recipes that might fool you in some way. However, finding none that really jumped out at me, I decided to turn to reader mail for inspiration. All of today's recipes are from reader mail, and some I have had for quite a while just waiting to get to them...
Other ways to tend your garden (04/01/12)
My wife had a great-aunt who just loved to garden. I believe gardening was more than in her blood, it was her blood. You knew she loved to garden when you saw her working in it. You see, she couldn't bend over or stoop very well. For her to accomplish the task of planting, weeding, and harvesting, she would lie down between rows and perform the task at hand...
Blossoms of the wild black cherry tree (04/01/12)
Native to the eastern half of the U.S. and parts of Mexico, the wild black cherry tree can grow to more than 90 feet tall. Lumber from the black cherry is valued for its deep red color and dense grain. Cabinets made of black cherry are durable and expensive...
Jerry Lee Lewis weds for 7th time (04/01/12)
JACKSON, Miss. -- Rock 'n' roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis has married for a seventh time in Mississippi, and the new bride is his cousin's ex-wife. The Adams County circuit clerk's office said the marriage license shows Lewis was married March 9 to Judith Ann Coghlan Brown in Natchez, Miss. The 76-year-old Lewis, also known as "The Killer," is famous for top hits like "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On."...
Lawrence Jackson (04/01/12)
ANNA, Ill. -- Lawrence H. "Butch" Jackson, 63, of Anna died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at Union County Hospital in Anna. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna, with the Rev. ...
Mark Gerdes (04/01/12)
Mark Michael Gerdes, 62, of Jackson died Saturday, March 31, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center chapel in Jackson. A graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Forest Hills Memorial Gardens in Morley, Mo., with Pastor Jesse Mills officiating...
Wilma Neal (04/01/12)
Wilma Drum Neal, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, March 29, 2012, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center. She was born Dec. 21, 1915, at Oak Ridge, to Elmer C. and Ruth A. Samuel Neal. She and K.D. Neal were married Sept. 18, 1937, at Charleston, Mo. He died Oct. 13, 1980...
Linda Pikey (04/01/12)
Linda Kay Pikey, 65, of Scott City died Friday, March 30, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 21, 1946, at Cape Girardeau, the daughter of Buford Edward and Beatrice Evelyn Rubel Kinder. She married Thomas Nelson Pikey on Nov. 25, 1964...
Essner - Panosian (04/01/12)
BENTON, Mo. -- Janelle Elizabeth Essner and Timothy Daniel Panosian were married July 16, 2011, at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso, Mo. Monsignor Edward Eftink performed the ceremony. Organist was Betty Ressel of Kelso and vocalist was Jim Simmons of Benton...
Roggow - Arnzen (04/01/12)
Rodney and Karen Roggow of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Kate Roggow, to Taylor Arnzen, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Leo and Tammy Arnzen of Leopold, Mo. Roggow is a 2009 graduate of Notre Dame Regional High School. She is self-employed with Inspired Photography...
Eakins - 50 Years (04/01/12)
Doyle and Wanda Eakins of Whitewater recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married March 31, 1962, at Whitewater United Methodist Church. The couple has two daughters, Debra (Tim) Bradshaw of Jackson and Stacy (Craig) Carnell of Gordonville. They have four granddaughters, Megan and Jessica Bradshaw of Jackson, Allison and Miranda Carnell of Gordonville...
Whitmore - 50 Years (04/01/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Gerald and Sandra Whitmore of Chaffee celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends March 17. They were married March 16, 1962, in St. Louis. The Whitmores have six children, Chuck Holbrook of Jackson, Steve Holbrook of Park Hills, Mo., Delores Turner of Chaffee, Geraldine Whitmore of Scott City, Valerie Stickel of Chaffee, and Jarrett Whitmore of Oran, Mo. They have 17 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren...
North Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
4th grade: Gracie Balance, Simon Barnhart, Avery Blyzes, Alissa Bomar, Colby Bomar, Patrick Boyd, Jeremy Brown, Chase Cahill, Trey Craft, Kolby Crddle, Dillion Elliott, Amanda Edwing, Conner Fadler, Kendall Felter, Nathan Harrison, Nicole Johnson, Levi Jung, Kali Kimbel, Zane Lintner, Alice Mansell, Fulgencio Martinez, Candis McCuan, Will McQuade, Keagan Meyr, Dylan Monahan, Jonas Odle, Ashlyn Prince, Joey Proffer, Ethan Richardson, Madi Robertson, Dalton Schroeder, Hailey Sterling, Cole Thurman, Noah Uhrhan, Sydney Wiggins, Rhett Wiseman, Riley Wiseman, Kolby Wren, Hailey Yates.. ...
Oak Ridge Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
Oak Ridge Elementary 4th grade: Gilbert Evans, Drew Glueck, Bryce Hahs, David Layton, Sophie Nesbit, Skylar Ponder, Ethan Puchbauer, Caitlin Roth, Drake Stone, Sierra Woodall. 5th grade: Caroline Abner, Connor Bock, Taylor Bolin, Holly Brown, Austin Gilliland, Dalton Griffith, Maggie Howe, Breanna Hughes, Mark Johnson, Drew Kranawetter, Michaela Lee, Cole Schemel, Kristen Seabaugh, Brent Seyer, Taylor Seyer, Faith Sides, Rheabeckah Thompson...
Oran Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
3rd grade: Ty Johnson, Bryce Krapf, Gage Phillips, Drew Smith, Alyssa Spane, Ariel Sauceda. 4th grade: Kaitlyn Adams, Paige Bradley, Lyndsi Bryant, Ryan Friga, Heather Gosche, Kenna Graviett, Allison Green, Bryant Hahn, Tyson Loper, Taylor Lowes, Lucah McIntosh, Kaiden Massey, Jada Tyler, Alexxes Phillips, Todd Priggel, Phillip Schaefer, Tristin Schlosser, Bailey Shipley, Leah Urhahn, Caden White, Sonya Whitmore...
Chaffee Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
3rd grade: Scheeter: Hailey Cook, Connor Davenport, Lacey DeHart, Tristan Foulk, Mackenzie Jackson, Connor Seyer, Kiera Themm. Simminger: Ashlee Bowman, Brennan Fowler, Landon Henson, Sydney Lewis, J.J. Maloney, Landon Rains, Casey Sadler, Paige Schaefer, Jimmy Tankersley...
West Lane Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
4th grade: Alex Ahrens, Chayton Bass, Kailey Bell, Larissa Bell, Hunter Bilek, Kaitlyn Bohnsack, Aaron Brown, Makayla Burroughs, Mary Calvin, Carson Childers, Parker Clements, Morgan Conklin, AJ Cook, Dustin Cook, Colby Davis, Jonna Davis, Kaleb Day, Trevor Denton, Jenny Duncan, Abby Dye, Michaela Dyer, Libby Ezzell, Drey Farmer, Jackson Gerau, Mara Golden, Wyatt Griffin, Maya Grojean, Ray Hamm, Zavier Heinley, Hunter Hoxworth, Erin Huff, Aaliyah Hurt, Alexis Johnson, Noah Johnson, Ali Keillor, Dylan Koehler, Austin LaFave, Tristyne Lape, Bretten Lichtenegger, Patrick Malone, Cambreigh Matlock, Whitney Mauk, Haley McElvoy, Rylee Mills, Lauren Moore, Michael Newman, Tabitha Patrick, Ben Petzoldt, Riley Pike, Luke Reynolds, Ashley Romine, Elizabeth Schell, Kaitlyn Scott, Kyle Seabaugh, Melody Sievers, Allison Smith, Jake Smith, Zachary Smith, Ashton Swindle, Cambria Thompson, Maggie Todd, Olivia Ward, Hank Warren, Hannah Woodard, Jesse Yount.. ...
Jefferson Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Trent Brooks, Matthew Cleek, Zach Cowan, Jacob Grant, Avani Holcomb, Jeffrey Jones, Samyiah Lanier, Frankie Poindexter, Sebastian Prokop, Sadie Reynolds, Peighton Robinson, Ciara Rodriquez, Jenelle Rodriguez, Alysia Smith, Gabe Spence, Brittany Trapp...
Alma Schrader Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Lilly Abernathy, Eli Arnn, Trenton Berck, Kelandria Campbell, Danielle Carter, Tyler Centers, Cameron Cox, Gunner Crosnoe, Grayson Davis, Lydia Dillow, Luke Eftink, Grace Groshong, Dalaysha Harris, Tyler Helm, Cody Henson, Morgan Hessenkemper, Ayana Johnson, Kennedy Keys, Bryce Kimberly, Olivia Koenig, Brionna Lamburth, Nicholas Marston, Brady Murphy, Anna Priest, Avery Rayfield, Alex Sanders, Tanner Smith, Riley Smith, Audrey Snodgrass, Archna Sobti, Haley Ticer, Macey VanGilder, Emma Weller-Stilson, Josh Westbrook, Anna Wilke.. ...
Clippard Elementary Honor Roll (04/01/12)
A Honor Roll 3rd grade: Ryan Carns, Karsyn Connell, Brinna Gosche, Andrea Gutierrez, Hannah Horrell, Criston Jennings, Kalia Keith, Landon Pearson, River Smith, Adrienne Vincent and Keagen Winkler. 4th grade: Raelene Barnes, Dade Bond, Abby Boxdorfer, Justin Berger, Cameron Bevens, Niki Cao, Caden Carter, Lydia Garner, Josh Glenn, Randee Graham, J.T. ...
Out of the past 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
Five parks and recreation fee measures apparently will be placed before Cape Girardeau voters in a special election in June; while the final decision won't be made until Monday night's regular city council meeting, the council has given tentative approval to submit the measures to voters...
School menus April 2 to 6 (04/01/12)
MONDAY--Homestyle chicken bites or ham & cheese on bun, vegetable blend with cheese, mixed fruit cup, chewy oatmeal-cranberry cookie. TUESDAY--Crispito with nacho cheese sauce or turkey & cheese on bun, corn, peach cup. WEDNESDAY--Rotini with chicken alfredo sauce or ham & cheese on bun, green beans, garlic breadstick, pink applesauce...
Taylor Crowe: What living in Cape Girardeau has done for me (04/01/12)
By Taylor Crowe I was a perfectly normal child until I began acting differently at age 3. Among many other things, I lost almost all of my ability to talk. By age 4, I was diagnosed with autism. The doctor who diagnosed me said many "nevers" about me ("Taylor will never do this, he'll never do that…."). ...
Soles4Souls (04/01/12)
The Soles4Souls charity to provide shoes for impoverished people and disaster victims around the world is an international organization, but hundreds of people have contributed on the local level. The drive started last Sunday and by midday Thursday more than 2,300 pairs of shoes had been donated with hundreds more expected by the end of the day...
Speak Out 4/1/12 (04/01/12)
@sco:A month early THE dogwoods, redbuds and azaleas are already blooming and it's still March. I mean they are almost a month ahead of time. What does this mean for our summer? Is it going to be cool to make up for the warm weather now? Or is it going to be really hot?...
FLICKERWOOD MUTTON BUSTERS (04/01/12)
Ally Keller, Hunter Keller, and Aidan Snell are enjoying watching the other mutton busters.
FLICKERWOOD MUTTON BUSTERS (04/01/12)
Ally Keller, Hunter Keller, and Aidan Snell are eagerly awaiting their turn to ride the sheep!
Mcclure Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt (04/01/12)
This was taken on March 31st when our church had their Easter egg hunt.
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