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Area legislators largely support Limbaugh selection for Hall of Famous Missourians (05/16/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- While some state lawmakers are deriding Rush Limbaugh's placement into the Hall of Famous Missourians as an embarrassment, those who represent districts closer to the talk show host's hometown said Tuesday they were solidly behind House Speaker Steve Tilley's decision...
SEMO District Fair announces 2012 event schedule (05/16/12)
A "Redneck Woman" will be joined by an established country hit-maker and a golfer-turned-musician at this year's SEMO District Fair. The organization recently released plans for the 2012 event, which includes Gretchen Wilson, Travis Tritt and Colt Ford in the grandstand. Last year, George Jones nearly sold out the 3,500-seat arena, while Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Kennett, Mo., native David Nail drew around 1,800 each...
Postal Service deadline for action by Congress passes (05/16/12)
Bess Johnson, a clerk at the Richard G. Wilson Mail Processing and Distribution Facility, is pessimistic about her future. "It's just scary," she said. The Cape Girardeau center, with about 100 employees, was one of 220 set to close until the U.S. Postal Service agreed to a moratorium on facility closures through Tuesday to allow Congress time to act on an alternative...
Dam repairs at Trail of Tears' Lake Boutin to be finished by July (05/16/12)
The "swim-at-your-own risk" admonition at Lake Boutin's swimming beach should come to an end this summer. More than four years after torrential rains damaged a dam that supports the lake at Trail of Tears State Park, a $250,000 state project to rebuild it is slated to be completed in July, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources...
Annual Scott City yard sale to be earlier this year (05/16/12)
In hopes of drawing bigger crowds, organizers are moving the annual Scott City yard sale up to June 8 and 9. Since the annual yard sale started nine years ago, it has been held in September over Labor Day Weekend. "We're trying to beat the heat and give people an opportunity to do some earlier spring cleaning to get rid of things," organizer Chaundra Mason said. "It's been such pretty weather, we didn't want to wait until it got too hot."...
Prosecutors seek murder charge against man involved in fatal crash near Advance (05/16/12)
Prosecutors have applied for a second-degree murder charge and an arrest warrant for a Marble Hill, Mo., man who was driving a vehicle involved in a fatal crash earlier this month. Prosecutors filed the warrant Thursday for Donald R. Smith, 35, according to online court records, a week after a fatal May 3 crash in Stoddard County...
Cape County Commission candidates to take part in Thursday forum (05/16/12)
Republican candidates to be the next Cape Girardeau County 2nd District commissioner will get a chance to make their case to voters at a forum Thursday. The event, sponsored by the Southeast Missouri Pachyderm Club, starts at 7 p.m. at Dexter Bar-B-Que, 236 S. Broadview St., in Cape Girardeau...
First preliminary hearing in 1999 Qulin, Mo., murder case put on hold (05/16/12)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Testimony began Monday afternoon in the case of a Qulin, Mo., woman accused of conspiring with other family members to kill her stepmother, whose remains were found scattered in a secluded area near Qulin more than 12 years ago...
Grass fire burns power pole in Cape Girardeau (05/16/12)
A small grass fire in west Cape Girardeau damaged an Ameren Missouri power pole early Tuesday afternoon, but did not cause any power outages, the fire department said. The blaze ignited in a ditch about 2:40 p.m., covered a 300-square-foot area and burned 25 feet up a pole near the intersection of South Silver Springs Road and Independence Street, firefighters said...
Route Z closed today for pipe replacement (05/16/12)
Route Z between Route F and County Road 233 in Cape Girardeau County will be closed today as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace a pipe under the roadway. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 8 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...
Route F in Cape County to close for drainage work (05/16/12)
Route F between county roads 376 and 377 in Cape Girardeau County will be closed Thursday as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace a pipe under the roadway. Weather permitting, work will take place from 8 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...
I-55 in Scott County reduced for pavement repairs (05/16/12)
Northbound Interstate 55 from Route M at Scott City to Route AB in Scott County will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. Weather permitting, work will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday and conclude by 5 a.m. Monday. Work will be completed during nighttime hours to lessen the effect on traffic. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
Route F in Cape County reduced for drainage repairs (05/16/12)
Route F from County Road 377 to Route A in Cape Girardeau County will be reduced Monday and Tuesday as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace a pipe under the roadway. Weather permitting, work will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
Drainage repairs reduce Route A in Cape County (05/16/12)
Route A from County Road 223 to Route F in Cape Girardeau County will be reduced May 23 as Missouri Department of Transportation crews make drainage repairs. Weather permitting, work will be done from 8 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...
Missouri Senate votes to add cellphones to state's no-call list (05/16/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Legislation allowing Missourians to add their cellphone numbers to the state's no-call list for telemarketers is on its way to Gov. Jay Nixon. The measure would prohibit most solicitations by phone call or text message to cellphones placed on the list, which Nixon helped implement when he served as Missouri attorney general...
Town honors Mark Twain Home dedication anniversary (05/16/12)
HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) -- The northeast Missouri town of Hannibal is celebrating the centennial of the dedication of the Mark Twain Boyhood Home. The famed author and humorist was born in nearby Florida, Mo., but grew up in Hannibal. The Quincy Herald-Whig (http://bit.ly/JsU0KU) reports that his boyhood home was about to be demolished when a wealthy benefactor stepped in to save it, then presented it to the city in a formal dedication on May 12, 1912...
Hollywood actors to perform at Joplin tornado benefit (05/16/12)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Three prominent actors will perform a Biblical adaptation in Joplin this weekend as part of the events leading up to the first anniversary of the deadly May 2011 tornado. Two dramatic readings of the Book of Job are scheduled for Sunday, two days before the tornado anniversary...
Missouri lawmakers vote to allow more digital billboards (05/16/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Drivers on Missouri roads could see more digital billboards displaying messages that can be changed instantly under legislation given final approval Tuesday. Current law allows digital billboards if they comply with all federal and state rules. The state Department of Transportation said there are already about 60 such signs throughout the state and about 1,900 are eligible to convert to a digital format...
Two file suit over deadly St. Louis tent collapse (05/16/12)
ST. LOUIS -- Two people injured when a party tent collapsed outside a downtown St. Louis bar last month have filed suit against the bar and the company that leased and installed the tent. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that 45-year-old Janet Martinez and 25-year-old Kurt Volk, both of St. Louis, filed separate suits claiming significant injuries from the April 28 accident outside Kilroy's Sports Bar near Busch Stadium...
Missouri lawmakers approve expanding charter schools (05/16/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri lawmakers have passed legislation that could allow charter schools to be established throughout the state. The House approved the legislation 99-54 on Tuesday. The Senate had passed it earlier, and it now goes to Gov. Jay Nixon...
Ads highlight cozy relationship between campaign, super PACs (05/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Looks like President Barack Obama's allies got the hint. An independent group with deep ties to the president's re-election campaign launched a television ad Tuesday hitting Mitt Romney's business practices at Bain Capital, just 24 hours after Obama's team debuted its own ad attacking the Republican presidential candidate's work at the private equity firm...
Cheaper gas not enough to boost summer driving (05/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Cheaper gas won't be enough to get many more Americans on the road this summer. They're still too worried about their jobs and the economy. Economists and tourism experts are expecting only a small uptick in summer travelers. Gas prices are lower, but still high enough to keep some Americans off the road. The job market is improving, but still shaky. And household debt remains high...
Army opens combat unit jobs to women (05/16/12)
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. -- Female soldiers this week are moving into new jobs in once all-male units as the Army breaks down formal barriers in recognition of what has already happened in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The policy change announced earlier this year is being tested at nine brigades, including one at Fort Campbell, before going Army-wide. ...
April 2012 heats up as 5th warmest month globally (05/16/12)
WASHINGTON -- Unseasonable weather pushed last month to the fifth warmest April on record worldwide, federal weather statistics show. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Climatic Data Center calculated that April's average temperature of 57.9 degrees was nearly 1.2 degrees above the 20th-century normal. Two years ago was the hottest April since recordkeeping started in 1880...
George W. Bush offers tepid endorsement of Mitt Romney (05/16/12)
WASHINGTON -- George W. Bush is backing presumptive Republican White House nominee Mitt Romney. The former president offered a four-word endorsement of Romney as the doors of his elevator were closing after a speech Tuesday in Washington. Bush said: "I'm for Mitt Romney."...
Boehner: Spending cuts must exceed debt limit increase (05/16/12)
WASHINGTON -- House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that when Congress raises the nation's borrowing cap he will again insist on spending cuts and budget reforms to offset the increase. In remarks Tuesday afternoon at a budget conference in Washington, the Ohio Republican said he welcomes another wrenching debate on increasing the so-called debt limit because it forces a Congress and White House plagued by gridlock to make difficult decisions...
Facebook raises IPO price as offering nears (05/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Facebook on Tuesday increased the price range at which it plans to sell stock to the public, as investor enthusiasm in the offering continued to mount and boost the potential value of the world's most popular social network. The Menlo Park, Calif., company said in a regulatory filing that it now expects to sell its stock for between $34 and $38 per share, up from its previous range of $28 to $35. At the upper limit of $38 per share, the sale would raise about $12.8 billion...
Lack of trust in Facebook may hold back ad sales (05/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Facebook's reach is wide but not deep. Few users surveyed in an Associated Press-CNBC poll say they click on the site's ads or buy the virtual goods that make money for it. More than 40 percent of American adults log in to the site -- to share news, personal observations, photos and more -- at least once a week. ...
Deputies say Florida mom killed 4 kids, then herself (05/16/12)
PORT ST. JOHN, Fla. -- A Florida mother who fatally shot her four children before killing herself Tuesday called three of the children who had sought help from a neighbor back to the house before firing the fatal shots, authorities said. Tonya Thomas, 33, fatally shot her four children, who ranged in age from 12 to 17, said Lt. Tod Goodyear, a spokesman for the Brevard County Sheriff's Office...
Defense mum on whether John Edwards will testify (05/16/12)
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Attorneys for John Edwards indicated Tuesday that their defense in his criminal trial for alleged campaign finance violations is winding down, but they did not say whether the former presidential candidate or his one-time mistress will take the witness stand...
Romney pins debt on Obama (05/16/12)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Tuesday painted President Barack Obama as a reckless steward of the country's economy and, as proof, pointed to "a financial crisis of debt and spending that threatens what it means to be an American."...
Man freed on bond must write book reports (05/16/12)
RICHMOND, Calif. -- A man charged in an undercover sting operation in Northern California that ended in gunfire has been ordered released on bond on the condition that he read and write book reports. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that under the bond order, Otis Mobley, 23, would be required to spend an hour reading and a half-hour writing each day as he awaits trial on robbery and assault charges...
Iraq War veteran uses rap to treat post-traumatic stress (05/16/12)
LAS VEGAS -- On one of the many days Leo Dunson wanted to die, the Iraq veteran put a gun to his temple and pulled the trigger. The loaded weapon misfired. For the troubled former soldier, it was another inexplicable failure, like his divorce or inability to make friends after returning from the war...
Today in History (05/16/12)
Today is Wednesday, May 16, the 137th day of 2012. There are 229 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 16, 1868, the U.S. Senate failed by one vote to convict President Andrew Johnson as it took its first ballot on the eleven articles of impeachment against him...
U.S. helps Yemen in offensive on al-Qaida in south (05/16/12)
SANAA, Yemen -- Yemeni warplanes and troops backed by heavy artillery waged a four-front assault Tuesday against the strongholds of al-Qaida militants in the south, with U.S. troops for the first time helping direct the offensive from a nearby desert air base-turned-command center...
Greece to head to polls again after talks collapse (05/16/12)
ATHENS, Greece -- Greece headed into a month of political uncertainty after power-sharing talks collapsed Tuesday, triggering new elections that could determine whether the country retains its tenuous position in Europe's currency. Nine days of fruitless talks to build a coalition government fueled increasing doubt that Greece can make enough reforms to prevent the world's largest currency union from fracturing...
Lightning hits new French president's plane; none hurt (05/16/12)
PARIS -- Socialist Francois Hollande took over as France's president Tuesday and jetted off to Berlin hours later for talks on Europe's debt crisis -- only to have his plane struck by lightning. No one was hurt. Hollande has promised to be a more "normal" president, and less flashy than his predecessor Nicolas Sarkozy, who was ousted by voters after a single term for his handling of a stagnant economy plagued by joblessness...
Cape Central baseball team completes upset run, wins district title (05/16/12)
The Cape Central baseball team defeated Farmington 10-3 to win the Class 4 District 1 title Tuesday.
Southeast Missourian Player of the Week: Cape Central's Pablo Jaramillo (05/16/12)
Central's Pablo Jaramillo racked up the victories on the tennis court, and the accolades followed. The junior helped lead the Tigers to the Class 2 District 1 team title then followed that with the Class 2 District 1 individual singles crown. Jaramillo cruised past Mehlville's Black Tenberthy 6-0, 6-2 in the team semifinals. Neither he nor any of his Central teammates had to play a doubles match in the semifinals because the Tigers swept the singles matches...
Notre Dame soccer team waltzes past Sikeston into final (05/16/12)
FARMINGTON, Mo. -- The Notre Dame girls soccer team was determined not to overlook Sikeston despite a 7-0 romp during the regular season. "We have a team moto, the next game is the most important game," Notre Dame junior Taylor Rinda said. "We never take anybody lightly."...
Perryville soccer team's season ends with 3-1 loss to Farmington in district semifinals (05/16/12)
The Perryville girls soccer team lost to Farmington 3-1 in a Class 2 District 1 semifinal Tuesday.
St. Vincent's soccer season ends with 2-0 loss to St. Pius (05/16/12)
CRYSTAL CITY, Mo. -- The St. Vincent girls soccer team won't play in June for the first time in four years. The top-ranked team in Class 1 lost to the state's No. 2 team in the latest Missouri High School Soccer Coaches Association poll. The Indians' 2-0 loss to St. Pius in the Class 1 District 1 championship game Tuesday marked the end of a stellar run by St. Vincent...
High school roundup: Oran will play Bernie for district championship (05/16/12)
All the local high school events reported Tuesday to the Southeast Missourian.
Central's Connell finishes sixth in Class 4 golf tournament (05/16/12)
St. Vincent's Levi Gotto and Saxony's Collin Sprandel also earned all-state honors in golf
Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team signs Central Florida transfer Martin (05/16/12)
Southeast Missouri State men's basketball coach Dickey Nutt has been impressed by Wayne Martin Jr. ever since he attended junior high school in Jonesboro, Ark. "We watched him grow up in Jonesboro," said Nutt, who formerly coached Arkansas State in that community. "I've had my eyes on him for a while."...
Cardinals place Jay on DL with shoulder injury (05/16/12)
ST. LOUIS -- Center fielder Jon Jay was put on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday by the St. Louis Cardinals because of shoulder soreness. St. Louis played the finale of a five-game homestand with only one regular outfielder, left fielder Matt Holliday. Right fielder Carlos Beltran missed his second straight start due to a minor knee injury but was available to pinch hit, and first baseman Lance Berkman was a late lineup scratch...
Cardinals break losing streak with walk-off single (05/16/12)
Molina's two-out hit in the ninth inning lifted St. Louis to a 7-6 win against the Cubs
Judge: Gary Coleman and ex-wife didn't have common-law marriage (05/16/12)
SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah judge has dealt a blow to a bid by Gary Coleman's ex-wife to gain control of the late child TV star's estate. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Judge James Taylor ruled Monday that Coleman and Shannon Price didn't have a common-law marriage, despite living together after they divorced...
Florence Bauer (05/16/12)
OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Florence Opal Martin Bauer, 97, of Olive Branch, formerly of Cairo, Ill., died Monday, May 14, 2012, at Daystar Care Center in Cairo. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until service time at Jones Funeral Home in Tamms, Ill. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Verlee Eaker officiating. Interment will be in Green Lawn Memorial Gardens at Villa Ridge, Ill...
Gene Heise (05/16/12)
Kenneth Gene Heise Sr., 85, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, May 12, 2012, at his home. He was born Oct. 27, 1926, in Cape Girardeau, to Albert G. and Katie Kimmich Heise. He and Dorothea Rickard were married Aug. 12, 1945, in Cape Girardeau. She preceded him in death March 27, 2012...
Ronnie Joyce (05/16/12)
Ronnie Joe Joyce, 45, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, May 13, 2012, at his home. He was born July 23, 1966, in Cape Girardeau, to Gerald and Margie Crader Joyce. Survivors include a daughter, Tasha R. Joyce; a son, Brandon L. Joyce; his mother, Margie Joyce; fiancee, Ruth A. Ponder, all of Cape Girardeau; four brothers, Roy Joyce of Cape Girardeau, John Joyce of Advance, Mo., Don and Jack Joyce of Cape Girardeau; and five grandchildren...
Jackson police report 5/16/12 (05/16/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Cape Girardeau fire report 5/16/12 (05/16/12)
*** Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday: * At 8:25 p.m., a fire on Park Drive. * At 8:55 p.m., a medical assist on North Frederick Street.
Out of the past 5/16/12 (05/16/12)
With the Show Me Center rapidly nearing completion, plans for its formal dedication and a series of special events surrounding a grand opening are being put together for August. The train in Arena Park will soon bear the nickname of Jim Johnson's great-grandfather, Virgil "Hoppy" Hopkins; the name was chosen from more than 1,200 entries; Hopkins worked on the train when it was in operation at Marquette Cement...
A distraction from the major issues at stake (05/16/12)
Presidential campaigns are a contact sport. There may be a phony facade of friendly rivalry, but beneath that veneer is deep disdain and distrust. And I'm not talking about the candidates. I'm talking about the American public. Every four years, it seems, we divide ourselves along purely political lines to choose the most powerful leader in the free world...
Leadership Cape (05/16/12)
We often hear about developing leaders, finding leadership characteristics in people, and becoming better leaders. While discussion of these topics has filled numerous books, there's another component to leadership: ideas. Leaders are often innovators and visionaries. In the private and public sectors, leaders can help advance causes, cultivate businesses and improve communities...
A plutocracy government (05/16/12)
Years ago when labor unions got stronger and started supporting the Democratic Party, the Republicans responded by supporting corporations. Then when Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush decided to liberalize our trade policies, manufacturers could no longer be competitive and started a mass movement out of the country. ...
More bread and circuses (05/16/12)
So the voters of France have elected a tax-and-spend socialist over a conservative austerity budget-cutting leader. Francois Hollande's platform is to restore costly social programs and increase taxes on the rich (sounds familiar). Perhaps he should check his history and find out how the promises of more bread and circuses helped the Roman Empire...
Speak Out 5/16/12 (05/16/12)
Thank you for publishing that article about the growing popularity of advanced placement classes in high school. There is growing evidence that the academic quality of a high school can to a substantial degree be measured by the number of AP courses it offers...
Prayer 5/16/12 (05/16/12)
O Lord God, we praise you because we are fearfully and wonderfully made. Amen.
Ride of the Week: 1966 Ford Mustang (05/16/12)
Make and model: 1966 Ford Mustang Owner(s): Benjamin Yount Owner's hometown: Cape Girardeau, Missouri It has a 200 straight six engine with a 3 speed manual transmission. My car's name: Ginger I fell in love with my ride when I first sat inside it...
Buchheit Trucking Service Trucking Service (05/16/12)
Saturday, May 5 Buchheit Trucking Service had our first Trucking Rodeo at our Scott City Location. We had 6 drivers that participated. The drivers had a series of tests they had to perform for points and the driver with the most points won the competition. In order to participate drivers had to have been with our company for at least 12 months, worked 11 of those months, and been accident free for all 12 months...
Thank you for participating in STAMP OUT HUNGER (05/16/12)
Southeast Missouri Food Bank would like to thank the National Association of Letter Carriers, Tom Bolen, NALC Stamp Out Hunger food drive coordinator for Cape and Jackson and the following communities who stepped up to help families in need this year - Cape Girardeau, Jackson, Poplar Bluff, Kennett, Malden, Sikeston, Fredericktown and Dexter. ...
Photo Contest for Parks and Recreation in Cape (05/16/12)
The Parks and Recreation Department wants you to submit your best pictures from your experiences with our parks and other recreation activities in Cape Girardeau. Submit your best images at the link below and you could see your photos in the next Parks and Recreation promotion or guide distributed to Southeast Missourian newspaper subscribers and several area locations. The best submissions can earn prizes, announced mid-month...
Successful Friends of the Parks Day on April 28 (05/16/12)
Over 300 area adults and children came out to spruce up Cape Girardeau's parks for the season during the annual Friends of the Parks Day on April 28. Volunteers collected 67 bags of trash, mulched and planted over 20 flower beds, and mulched 7 playgrounds...
Join the New Beautification Committee in Cape (05/16/12)
Cape Girardeau residents can help make a difference in the appearance of our city by joining the new Beautification Committee, recently started by the City Council at the May 7 meeting. Ward 4 representative Loretta Schneider will help spearhead a multifaceted approach to improve our beautification efforts and reduce littering according to Mayor Harry Rediger, in a recent Southeast Missourian editorial...
The Bank of Missouri donates to United Way of SEMO (05/16/12)
The Bank of Missouri and employees donated $17,122.16 to United Way of Southeast Missouri during the 2011-12 annual campaign. L to R: Dawn Ozark, Lori Vavak, Pat Kaempfer, Lisa Rodman, Nancy Jernigan, Benjie Ferguson, Wendell Mueller
City of Cape Girardeau donates to United Way (05/16/12)
The City of Cape Girardeau employees donated $23,135.34 to United Way of Southeast Missouri during the 2011-12 annual campaign. L to R: Stacey Welter, Parks and Recreation; Dana Lawrence, Municipal Court; Beth Little, City Manager's Office; Kim Voelker, United Way; Scott Meyer, City Manager; Jessica Sexton, Public Information; Roger Fields, Asst. Police Chief; Liz Reisenbichler, Fire Department; Martha Brown, Development Services; and Casey Brunke, City Engineer...
Kow Pasture Classic Raises $10,000 for Vets & Kids (05/16/12)
Sponsors and Organizers of the 27th Annual Kow Pasture Klassic recently met at the Missouri Veterans Home to distribute the proceeds from the event. Pictured are, front: Veterans Lawrence Heisserer and Normandy Myers. Back, l-r Debbie Monroe, MO Veterans Home; Mitch Miller, Kohlfeld Distributors; Michelle Fayette, Kenny Rogers Children's Center; Rick Lawson, Schindler's Tavern; Harold Moore, Cape Elks Lodge; and Slick Westrich. ...
AT&T Donates to United Way of Southeast Missouri (05/16/12)
AT&T and employees donated $19,315.40 to United Way of Southeast Missouri during the 2011-12 annual campaign. Pictured L to R: Beth Wunderlich-Musgrave, Steven Fisher, Mandy Grogan, Jeremy Mabrey
91 year old 4 wheelin' (05/16/12)
91 year old Anna Adams take a 4 wheeler ride with her niece, Beth, on the Dow family century farm near Jackson.
Good Samaritan: Eric Buchheit (05/16/12)
Eric Buchheit is a junior at Perryville High School. He recently completed a service project for the Positive Behavior Program. Eric took charge of the project to collect items for children entering foster care such as: book bags, toiletries and stuffed animals. ...
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