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Voting booths set up for Election Day (11/06/12)
LAURA SIMON ~ lsimon@semissourian.com Cape Girardeau County Clerk Kara Clark Summers, left, and county election supervisor Joey Keys begin to set up voting booths for today's election at Shawnee Park Center in Cape Girardeau. ...
Cape lawyer gets 18 months probation in misconduct sanction (11/06/12)
The Missouri Supreme Court has sanctioned a Cape Girardeau criminal defense lawyer on two charges of professional misconduct, opting for a penalty of probation that will stay on his permanent disciplinary record but still allows him to practice law...
Jackson parks tax passes; Reitzel wins administrator (11/06/12)
Jackson will have a new quarter-cent sales tax to fund operation of a community center and parks operations. The tax passed with 3,973 yes votes to 2,762 no votes. The tax is expected to bring in about $500,000 annually.
Kiefer wins Scott County Commission race (11/06/12)
Democratic incumbent Donnie Kiefer has retained his seat on the Scott County Commission. Kiefer, who represents the county's northern 2nd District, defeated Republican challenger Will Yates with 5,739 votes to 2,588. Kiefer was first elected in 2008, when he beat Republican Ron McCormick, who was appointed by then-Gov. Matt Blunt to the seat. With Kiefer's win, the commission retains three Democrats out of three seats...
Schaaf wins re-election in Perry County (11/06/12)
Incumbent sheriff Gary Schaaf has easily won re-election in Perry County. Schaaf, a Republican, beat challenger Ted Christisen by 6,457 votes to Christisen's 1,362. Schaaf was first elected in 1992, and in beating Christisen he defeated the Democrat for the second straight time. In 2008 Schaaf won by 5,000 votes...
Mo. secretary of state trims website for election (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri secretary of state's office has pared back its website to try to prevent it from crashing as people look for election results. Secretary of state spokeswoman Stacie Temple said people were unable to use the site Tuesday to find information on businesses, as they normally can...
Southeast Missourian editors to lead election chat tonight (11/06/12)
Southeast Missourian editors tonight will conduct a live election chat similar to one they led on primary election night, Aug. 7. Look for the chat window on the semissourian.com home page to discuss local, state and national elections with fellow readers and the editors. Also look to semissourian.com and semissourian.com/election for updated stories and numbers...
Council passes first reading of pawnshop regulations (11/06/12)
Some local pawnshop owners still have a fight for "a level playing field" on their hands, scooter riders will need to buy helmets and know the roads on which they can drive and those younger than 21 will still be allowed in bars after 10 p.m. for at least some time to come after Monday night's meeting of the Cape Girardeau city council...
Teen who pleaded to hate crime gets probation (11/06/12)
A 41-year-old Cape Girardeau woman and her teenage attacker both tearfully told a judge Monday how their lives have been inexorably changed by their previous encounter -- when the high-school student was punching and kicking the openly gay women in front of the woman's home...
Tony La Russa to speak at Show Me Center this week (11/06/12)
A future hall of fame baseball manager who is a household name among St. Louis Cardinals fans is coming to Cape Girardeau. Former Cardinals manager and three-time World Series winner Tony La Russa will present a speech, "Leading Successful Teams," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Show Me Center...
Red Cross to hold volunteer orientation (11/06/12)
The American Red Cross, Southeast Missouri chapter will hold a new volunteer orientation from 6 to 9 p.m. today at its office at 2430 Myra Drive in Cape Girardeau. The orientation will introduce the Red Cross' mission, available services and programs and match volunteers with positions. Topics to be covered include local disaster response, large-scale disaster response, services to military, health and safety course offerings and community education...
McCaskill, Akin make final election appeal (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- In their final campaign appeals Monday, Republican challenger Todd Akin claimed voter enthusiasm was on his side while Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill sought to remind voters of what she believes is the stark choice between a moderate and extremist...
Koster wins, other Missouri races close (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Democratic Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster won a second term Tuesday, while several other candidates for statewide offices were in close races hours after the polls closed. Koster held off a challenge from Republican Ed Martin, who was chief of staff to former Gov. Matt Blunt...
Kinder claims 3rd term as Mo. lieutenant governor (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder has secured a third term, becoming the second Missourian to win three elections for the office. Election results Tuesday show Kinder defeated Democratic former state Auditor Susan Montee...
Mo. voters limit governor's power on health care (11/06/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri voters have passed a ballot measure limiting the governor's ability to implement part of President Barack Obama's health care law. Voters approved a law Tuesday prohibiting the governor or his administration from taking any steps toward establishing an online health insurance exchange unless specifically authorized to do so by a state law or vote of the people...
Missouri voters pick Romney over President Obama (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Republican challenger Mitt Romney has defeated Democratic President Barack Obama in Missouri. Romney's victory Tuesday in Missouri marks the second straight election that Obama has failed to carry the state. Neither candidate mounted much of an effort in Missouri, as Obama essentially conceded the state early and Romney therefore focused his attention on other battleground states. ...
Clay again defeats Hamlin in St. Louis district (11/06/12)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Six-term Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr. has won another two-year stint in Washington, defeating Republican challenger Robyn Hamlin for the second consecutive time in Missouri's 1st District. Unofficial results Tuesday night show Clay topping Hamlin, a liberal Republican who supports gay marriage and drug law reform. Hamlin lost to Clay in 2010. Libertarian Robb E. Cunningham finished third...
Several Mo. statewide races remain close (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Candidates for some statewide offices in Missouri found themselves in close races three hours after the polls closed. Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster both held narrow leads over their main challengers Tuesday night...
Mo. voters reject change in judicial selection (11/06/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri voters have rejected a proposal that would have changed the process of nominating and appointing judges to the state Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals. The proposed constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot would have modified the membership of the seven-member Appellate Nominating Commission. The panel screens applicants for the top courts and recommends three finalists to the governor, who makes the appointment...
US Rep. Long wins 2nd term in southwest Mo. race (11/06/12)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- First-term U.S. Rep. Billy Long of Springfield has turned back two challengers to win another two-year stint in Missouri's 7th District. Unofficial results Tuesday night show the Republican incumbent topping Democrat Jim Evans of Republic and Libertarian Kevin Craig of Powersite. Long is a former auctioneer and radio host who won election in November 2010 to a seat vacated when Roy Blunt was elected to the U.S. Senate...
GOP US Rep. Hartzler defeats Hensley in House race (11/06/12)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Incumbent U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler has defeated Democratic challenger Teresa Hensley to win a second term representing Missouri's 4th Congressional District. Hartzler is a Cass County Republican from Harrisonville who earned national attention with her 2010 general election defeat of longtime Rep. ...
Rep. Cleaver defeats Turk for KC-area House seat (11/06/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver has turned back another challenge from perennial opponent Jacob Turk to win another two-year congressional term in Missouri's 5th District. Unofficial results Tuesday night show that Cleaver defeated the Republican for the fourth straight time in a general election. Libertarian Randall "Randy" Langkraehr of Warrensburg finished third...
Luetkemeyer wins renamed mid-Mo. US House district (11/06/12)
CAMDENTON, Mo. (AP) - Incumbent GOP U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer will return to Washington for a third term, this time representing a revamped and renumbered mid-Missouri district. The St. Elizabeth Republican now hails from the 9th Congressional District. Starting in January, he will represent the 3rd District after defeating Democratic business owner Eric C. Mayer in Tuesday's general election. Westphalia resident Steven Wilson of the Libertarian Party finished third...
Missouri exit poll: Voters split on abortion (11/06/12)
Voters' views of Tuesday's elections, according to a preliminary exit poll conducted in Missouri for The Associated Press: _ VOTERS SPLIT ON ABORTION Republican Todd Akin's remark that women's bodies have a way of preventing pregnancy after "legitimate rape" put a spotlight on abortion in Missouri, and turnout among pro-choice voters and abortion opponents appeared neck-in-neck. ...
McCaskill-Akin Senate contest tops Missouri races (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- To change course or not? That was the decision before Missouri voters on Tuesday as they were deciding whether to oust Democratic incumbents in the presidency, Senate and governor's office in favor of Republican challengers...
Republicans try to pick up more governors' offices (11/06/12)
Republicans turned to voters in nearly a dozen states Tuesday in hopes of broadening the party's hold on governors' mansions across the country, with some GOP candidates viewing this election as their best opportunity to win in a quarter-century. Two years ago, Republicans snatched six governors' office in the midterm elections, giving the party 29 governorships to 20 for Democrats and one independent. This year, 11 states are picking their chief executive...
St. Louis reports good voter turnout (11/06/12)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- St. Louis polling places are reporting good turnout as voters take part in the national election. Gary Stoff, Republican director for the St. Louis Board of Elections, says St. Louis polling places have been very busy Tuesday, and no major problems have been reported...
Nixon, Spence express confidence after voting (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Democratic Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he's feels good about his chances of winning re-election. His Republican challenger, Dave Spence, also is making plans to become governor. Spence voted early Tuesday with his wife and children at a St. Louis County library. Nixon was greeted by two dozen cheering supporters when he voted a couple hours later with his wife in Jefferson City...
Missouri voters turning out in high numbers (11/06/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Early indications are that state officials' prediction of a strong turnout for the election might be accurate. Spokeswoman Stacie Temple says the Missouri Secretary of State's Office was hearing reports of long lines shortly after polls opened at 6 a.m. The office also is receiving many phone calls from people checking their registrations or verifying their polling places...
Nor'easter threatens weather-weary East Coast (11/06/12)
POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J. -- A week after superstorm Sandy pummeled the East Coast, wiping out entire communities, residents were bracing for yet another potentially damaging storm. A nor'easter taking shape Monday in the Gulf of Mexico was expected to begin its march up the coast, eventually passing within 50 to 100 miles of the wounded New Jersey coastline Wednesday. ...
Koster wins re-election as Mo. attorney general (11/06/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has won a second term after beating the chief of staff to a former Republican governor. Koster's victory Tuesday keeps the attorney general's office under Democratic control for another four years. Missouri has had a Democratic attorney general since 1993. Koster is a former state senator and Cass County prosecutor. He left the Republican Party to become a Democrat in 2007...
Gay marriage, marijuana highlight ballot measures across U.S. (11/06/12)
Residents in Maine, Maryland and Washington voted on ballot measures to legalize same-sex marriage, and Minnesota voted on whether to place a ban on gay marriage in the state constitution...
Many voters still blame Bush for bad economy (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON -- Rising prices and unemployment were heavy on the minds of voters Tuesday even as a glimmer of optimism peeked through, with 4 in 10 saying the nation's economy is getting better. There was wide agreement that the economy still has far to go -- three-fourths of voters said it was poor or not so good, according to preliminary results of exit polls. Only a fourth thought they were better off financially than four years ago when President Barack Obama was elected...
Race tight as election night count goes to wire (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama won the reliably Democratic Northeast, and Republican Mitt Romney secured his conservative base Tuesday night in a duel for the White House shadowed by a weak economy and high unemployment. The critical battlegrounds with the key to victory were unsettled, Virginia, Ohio and Florida among them, with long lines in many locations after poll-close time...
Romney in Indiana, South Carolina (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Mitt Romney has won in Indiana, a state won by President Barack Obama four years ago. Romney is also the winner in South Carolina, a state where Obama is deeply unpopular. Those states have 20 electoral votes between them. Obama has won his home state of Illinois, as well as Mitt Romney's home state of Massachusetts and Vice President Joe Biden's home state of Delaware...
Romney wins in West Virginia (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Mitt Romney has captured West Virginia and its five electoral votes. President Barack Obama is unpopular in the state, and West Virginia GOP officials have been hoping that would lead to victories for other Republicans on the ballot...
ELECTION WATCH: Romney wins KY, Obama gets VT (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Around the country on Election Day 2012 with AP reporters bringing the latest developments to you: _ ROMNEY WINS KY, OBAMA GETS VT Polls are starting to close on the East Coast. The AP has called Kentucky (and its eight electoral votes) for Republican Mitt Romney, and Vermont (three electoral votes) for President Barack Obama...
Obama? Romney? Nation decides after long campaign (11/06/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney dueled for the White House on Tuesday in a tight-to-the-finish election shadowed by a weak economy and high unemployment that crimped middle class dreams for millions...
Suspense to the end, both tickets in Cleveland (11/06/12)
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Campaign 2012 packed frantic suspense to the finish, with Vice President Joe Biden flying in unannounced next to Republican Mitt Romney's campaign plane in battleground Ohio on Tuesday even as voters across the country were deciding who would win the White House...
No rest in final campaign hours for Obama, Romney (11/06/12)
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The White House the prize, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney raced through a final, full day of campaigning Monday through Ohio and other battleground states holding the keys to victory in a tight race. Both promised brighter days ahead for a nation still struggling with a sluggish economy and high unemployment...
Utility workers face monumental, mundane tasks to restore power after Sandy (11/06/12)
HOBOKEN, N.J. -- For utility crews racing to restore power to residents of this waterfront city that have been sitting in the dark for a week, the task is both mundane and monumental: Clean a bunch of gunk off electrical equipment with rags and cleaning spray...
Pa. zoo: Wild dogs killed boy who fell in exhibit (11/06/12)
PITTSBURGH -- A zoo where a 2-year-old boy fell into an exhibit and was fatally mauled by African wild dogs had met or exceeded all safety standards for animals and visitors, proving that no exhibit is "fail-proof," the zoo's president said Monday...
Today in History (11/06/12)
Today is Tuesday, Nov. 6, the 311th day of 2012. There are 55 days left in the year. This is Election Day. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 6, 1888, Republican Benjamin Harrison won the presidential election, defeating Democratic incumbent Grover Cleveland with an electoral vote count of 233-168, even though Cleveland led in the popular vote...
China's next leaders may curb Macau's fortunes (11/06/12)
MACAU -- Hordes of Chinese high rollers flooding into Macau have turned the city into an Asian casino boomtown, but they're also posing a challenge for China's next generation of leaders. Macau's casino industry has mushroomed over the past decade after its government eased restrictions, drawing a flood of mainland Chinese visitors that have helped supercharge the economy, created tens of thousands of well-paying jobs and made vast fortunes for a few U.S. ...
Syrian turmoil deepens as rebels, Palestinians fight (11/06/12)
BEIRUT -- New chaos engulfed Syria's civil war Monday as Palestinian supporters and opponents of the embattled regime were swept up in intense fighting in Damascus, while rival rebel groups clashed over control of a Turkish border crossing. The rare infighting -- accompanied by car bombs, airstrikes and artillery shells that killed or maimed dozens of people -- heightened fears that if Syrian President Bashar Assad falls, the disparate factions battling the regime will turn on each other.. ...
Israel security heads nixed 2010 Iran attack (11/06/12)
JERUSALEM -- Israel's prime minister ordered the military to go on high alert for a looming attack on Iran's nuclear program two years ago, but backed off following strong objections from senior security officials, a respected Israeli news program reported Monday...
Pakistan army chief issues rare warning in response to pressure (11/06/12)
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's army chief warned against efforts to undermine the military in a rare public statement Monday that analysts interpreted as a response to unprecedented pressure from the government, media and judiciary. Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani's message triggered some concern within Pakistan because of the army's history of seizing power in military coups...
Central football team loses handle on lead, season in final minute of district title game (11/06/12)
Hillsboro scored in the final minute to claim the Class 4 District title with a 28-20 win
Jackson football team falls to Summit 38-14 in district showdown (11/06/12)
Jackson's resurgent football season came to a crashing end Monday night. A powerful Rockwood Summit team and too many turnovers did in the Indians. The Falcons, who made the trip to Jackson from the St. Louis area, scored 31 points off five Jackson turnovers and rolled to a 38-14 victory in the Class 5 District 1 championship game...
Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team concludes exhibitions with win (11/06/12)
The Southeast men defeated Truman State 80-75
Mabry becomes Cardinals' hitting coach (11/06/12)
ST. LOUIS -- The Cardinals have promoted John Mabry to hitting coach to replace Mark McGwire, who told St. Louis he won't return after three seasons and appears headed to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mabry, whose 14 major league seasons included three stints with St. Louis, and was assistant hitting coach last season...
Panel: For one life saved by mammograms, three women overdiagnosed (11/06/12)
LONDON -- Breast cancer screening for women older than 50 saves lives, an independent panel in Britain has concluded, confirming findings in U.S. and other studies. But that screening comes with a cost. The review found that for every life saved, roughly three other women were overdiagnosed, meaning they were unnecessarily treated for a cancer that would never have threatened their lives...
Health Beat: Adults need immunizations, too (11/06/12)
Immunizations are not just for kids. Regardless of age, we all need immunizations to keep us healthy. With time, immunity from childhood vaccines can wear off and you may be at risk for new and different diseases. The specific immunizations you need as an adult are determined by factors such as your age, lifestyle, health conditions, locations of travel and previous immunizations. Throughout your adult life, you need immunizations to get and maintain protection against:...
Concussions expert urges age limit on head blows (11/06/12)
ZURICH -- A leading neurosurgeon called for better protection for young athletes from head injuries Friday, as a research project involving 100 retired NFL players seeks a diagnosis for a brain disease linked to multiple concussions. At a FIFA-hosted international conference on concussions in sports, Robert Cantu urged the outlawing of tackling in football, heading in soccer and body-checking in ice hockey in youth matches...
City tour and celebrating our veterans, education week (11/06/12)
October is probably my favorite month of the year, and this October has been beautiful. We were all worried that the summer drought would mean less color on the tress, but I thought the trees were as pretty as ever. October has also been a very busy month. We started with many activities to celebrate and support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We closed the month with the Pink Moon Run/Walk on Oct. 28 to support breast cancer research...
Danny Boyle opposes plan to sell Moore sculpture (11/06/12)
LONDON -- Director Danny Boyle has joined leading British arts figures urging a cash-strapped local authority not to sell off a valuable Henry Moore sculpture -- arguing it should be erected in London's Olympic Park instead. "Draped Seated Woman" is owned by London's Tower Hamlets Council and stood for years on a public housing complex in the city's East End...
Donald Counts (11/06/12)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. — Donald Curtis Counts, 59, of Marble Hill died Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at his home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Hutchings Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Jenny Hartman (11/06/12)
MOUNDS, Ill. -- Mary Virginia "Jenny" Hartman, 87, of Mounds died Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, at her home. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at Jones Funeral Home in Villa Ridge, Ill. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 13 at the funeral home, with the Rev. Larry Miller officiating. Burial will be in Mound City National Cemetery in Mound City, Ill...
Mary Jaco (11/06/12)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Mary Alice Jaco, 94, of Marble Hill passed away Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, at Woodland Hills Nursing Home. She was born Sept. 13, 1918, in Hiram, Mo., daughter of Dave and Jennie Dickerson Carver. She and Harley R. Jaco were united in marriage Dec. 29, 1932. He passed away Aug. 29, 1995...
Florence Neu (11/06/12)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Florence B. Neu, 88, of Perryville died Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. Visitation will be from 4:30 p.m. until service time Friday at Young and Sons Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Matthew Marks officiating. Burial will be in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Arnold, Mo...
Russell Smith (11/06/12)
OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- Russell R. Smith, 64, of Olive Branch died Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born March 7, 1948, son of Roy Tillman and Etta Mae Warren Smith. He and Debra Coleson were married in 1975...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday:...
Jackson police and fire report 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summonses Firefighters responded to the following call Saturday:...
Out of the past 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
The city and the SEMO District Fair Association are looking at jointly acquiring an air-supported structure; Southeast Missouri State University has offered to give the "bubble" to the city, provided the city pay for the cost of moving it; the structure would be set up at Arena Park...
Election Day (11/06/12)
After months of campaigning, the 2012 election concludes today. For some there will be a sigh of relief. No more automated phone calls during dinner. No more negative ads. Yard signs will soon be removed. But for all the political distractions, it's critical to remember the importance in voting. Many have fallen on the battlefield to preserve liberty, and the opportunity to vote in free and fair elections is one we should never take for granted...
Thanks for Safe House support (11/06/12)
On behalf of the clients, staff, volunteers and board of directors of the Safe House for Women, I want to share our sincere appreciation for the community support of the 2012 Vintage NOW 3 Fashion Show. The vision of the Safe House for Women is a community in which residents live free from abuse and violence. ...
Speak Out 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
Look around at the beautiful fall colors and you can see God's coloring book. Thank you. Thank you, Southeast Missourian, for addressing the ballot issues that we will vote on. I had seen these four items recently on an absentee ballot and was wondering how I could learn more. That weekend (Oct. 21) you gave an easy-to-read synopsis of each issue, as I had hoped you would. Thanks, again...
Prayer 11/6/12 (11/06/12)
O Heavenly Father, may we elect principled leaders who seek wisdom from you. Amen.
Louis Lorimier Library is dedicated (11/06/12)
Thursday, Nov. 1, was a warm, sunny day in Cape Girardeau--perfect for the dedication of the new Louis Lorimier Library at Central Junior High School (CJHS). The ribbon cutting and dedication took place in front of the handsome brick and curved-glass structure, one of many construction projects and improvements made possible by the community's support of a bond issue approved in 2010...
Terrific Tigers recognized at October board meet (11/06/12)
Several outstanding students were honored for their leadership, scholarship and service to others by the Cape Girardeau Public Schools Board of Education during the October board meeting. Recipients of the Terrific Tiger Award are pictured above with School Board President Stacy Kinder and Superintendent of Schools Dr. ...
Boeing 727 Cargo Flight at Cape's Airport (11/06/12)
A recent visitor to Cape's Airport was this Boeing 727 Cargo Conversion. It was on our ramp for a couple hours, being loaded with vehicle parts for a trip up to Canada.
Maci's 8-point buck (11/06/12)
Jeanne Seiler submitted this photo of her granddaughter, Maci Schamburg, with the 8-point buck she killed opening morning of youth season. Good job Maci.
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