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Stories from Thursday, November 8, 2012

Passenger in car that hit Cape joggers pleads guilty to tampering with an auto (11/08/12)
An Arkansas man says he helped steal the car that was driven into a group of Cape Girardeau joggers. But that's it. Marcus E. Jones, 27, of Cotton Plant, has pleaded guilty to one of the two charges against him -- second degree tampering with a motor vehicle, technically for the theft of the car...
Variety of events to mark Veterans Day (11/08/12)
Veterans Day events:Standing Ovation concert, Shuck Music Hall, 1 p.m. Sunday Ceremony at Freedom Corner, 11 a.m. Sunday Trail of Tears Bar and Grill dedication, 1 p.m. Sunday Jackson Veterans Day parade, 4 p.m. Monday Several events in Southeast Missouri will mark Veterans Day starting Sunday, from traditional observances to musical performances...
Mo. voter turnout at 65.7 percent (11/08/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Missourians voted in big numbers in this year's election, but not as big as in 2008, according to figures released Wednesday. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan's office said 2.7 million people, or 65.7 percent of voters, turned out for Tuesday's general election. Both the raw number and the percentage were down from 2008, when a record 2.9 million voters, or 69.4 percent, went to the polls...
Cape County prosecutor to take federal job (11/08/12)
Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney Morley Swingle announced Wednesday that he'll be leaving his post later this month to take a job as a federal prosecutor. Swingle will work in the office of federal prosecutor Richard G. Callahan, and expects to work out of the Rush H. Limbaugh Sr. U.S. Courthouse...
Area voters mostly favor Republicans in election (11/08/12)
Southeast Missouri voters spoke loud and clear Tuesday when they gave their vote mostly to Republicans who were seeking to represent them in the state legislature. Despite wins for Democrats in all statewide offices but one -- the lieutentant governor's race, which went to incumbent Republican and Cape Girardeau native Peter Kinder -- voters in this part of the state favored the GOP heavily from the presidential contest and congressional races down to all but one state representative race.. ...
Judge moves day care drug case on to circuit court (11/08/12)
Keisha McReynolds, who saw state authorities slam shut the doors of her day care in September, was in a courtroom on Wednesday to face accusations that she sold prescription painkillers to a confidential informant. McReynolds and defense attorney Malcolm Montgomery stood before Judge Michael Bullerdieck at the Cape Girardeau Courthouse, with her husband James sitting in the back. ...
Search is on to replace Perryville superintendent (11/08/12)
The search by the Perry County School Board to find a replacement for retiring superintendent Kevin Dunn took another step during a special work session of the board Wednesday night. The school board met to discuss and review applications they received for superintendent of the Perry County Public Schools. A search has been ongoing since the beginning of the school year...
Lawyer expects client to cop to lesser charge in arson case (11/08/12)
A volunteer firefighter is expected to cop to an arson plea, according to the lawyer who represents him, in the Aug. 18 fire in Cape Girardeau County. Gordon D. Schafer, 23, of Jackson was in court Wednesday in front of Judge Michael Bullerdieck for a preliminary hearing. But his attorney, Malcolm Montgomery said after that Schafer will likely enter a guilty plea at some point that is a lesser offense than the first-degree felony he has been charged with...
Three Perryville residents face child sex charges after arrests (11/08/12)
Three suspects were taken into custody Wednesday to face accusations of child sex abuse, according to a news release from Perry County Sheriff Gary Schaaf. Arrested were Daniel S. Fortner, Chase A. Knapp and Kayla Pulliam, all from Perryville. Fortner, 37, faces the most serious offenses, with a class A felony for child molestation with a child under 12, and four other felonies for sexual misconduct, failing to register as a sex offender, and two counts of providing pornographic material to minors.. ...
Fire destroys Cape County home (11/08/12)
A Cape Girardeau County home was deemed a total loss after an overnight fire that likely began in a fireplace. Crews were dispatched to the approximately 2,500 square foot home on Haertling Lane off County Road 645 just before midnight Tuesday, said Dwayne Kirchhoff, chief of the East County Fire Protection District...
Show Me Cash prize claimed in Cape (11/08/12)
A $65,000 lottery prize from a ticket bought in June was claimed in Cape Girardeau on Wednesday, the Missouri Lottery said in a news release. The winning ticket for the Show Me Cash drawing was purchased on June 5 at Route K One Stop, 5827 K Highway in Cape Girardeau...
Route U in Stoddard Co. reduced for bridge repairs (11/08/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route U in Stoddard County will be reduced to one lane between County Road 639 and Field Road as contractor crews perform bridge maintenance.  Weather permitting, the work will be done today, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use extreme caution...
Cape Girardeau County Commission agenda (11/08/12)
*** Administrative Office Building 1 Barton Square, Jackson 9 a.m. today Routine business * Payroll change form
Dunklin Co. crash leaves driver dead (11/08/12)
RIVES, Mo. -- One woman was killed Tuesday morning after a single-vehicle crash in southern Dunklin County. At approximately 9:20 a.m., Johnie E. Whitaker, 86, of Steele, Mo., was driving south on County Road 723, four miles south of Rives, when the 1998 Dodge Caravan that Whitaker was traveling in ran off the side of the road and struck a ditch. She was pronounced dead at the scene by Dunklin County Coroner James Powell...
Republicans choose Dempsey as Mo. Senate president (11/08/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri Senate will be led by new people when it convenes in 2013. Majority party Republicans on Thursday nominated Sen. Tom Dempsey, of St. Charles, to serve as president pro tem -- the top position in the chamber. Dempsey still must be elected by the full Senate when it convenes in January...
Mo. Senate Republicans outline agenda for 2013 (11/08/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Republicans in the Missouri Senate say they have big plans for the 2013 session. They mean that literally. Newly nominated Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey laid out a GOP agenda Thursday that is based on the acronym "BIG" -- as in "build" infrastructure, "invest" in education and "grow" the economy...
Mo. chamber touts success in legislative elections (11/08/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Some Missouri business leaders are hoping that a newly enlarged Republican majority in the state House can help them enact their agenda. The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry says 99 of the 103 candidates endorsed by its political action committee won election Tuesday to the state House and Senate...
Akin's ‘six-second mistake' was pivotal (11/08/12)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri congressman Todd Akin called it his "six-second mistake." But his brief remark about "legitimate rape" was more than enough to sink his U.S. Senate campaign. Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill defeated her Republican challenger with nearly 55 percent of the vote to Akin's 39 percent in Tuesday's election. It was the largest margin of victory in a Missouri Senate race since 1994...
State GOP has a substantial majority in legislature to override Nixon's vetos (11/08/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Republicans padded their control of the state Legislature and claimed a historic advantage in the state House that gives the party more than the two-thirds majority it would need to override any veto from Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon...
Springfield man fined for taking Civil War remains (11/08/12)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- A southwest Missouri man has to pay about $5,000 in federal restitution for collecting bones he found while canoeing through a national battlefield site. The U.S. attorney's office for western Missouri said in a release Wednesday that 31-year-old Coy Matthew Hamilton will pay the National Park Service $5,351 and perform 60 hours of community service to avoid prosecution for removing artifacts...
Mo. conference to focus on American Indian history (11/08/12)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- About 250 scholars from around the world are gathering in Springfield for a conference on American Indian history. The Springfield News-Leader (http://sgfnow.co/Sy639s ) reports that the National Conference of the American Society for Ethnohistory began Wednesday and ends Saturday. It's titled "Apocalypse Now."...
Bank says Mamtek sale raised $1.8 million (11/08/12)
MOBERLY, Mo. -- Bank officials say an auction of equipment at a failed sweetener plant in Moberly has so far raised less than 5 cents for every dollar spent to finance the project. UMB Bank, the bondholder trustee for Mamtek U.S. Inc., said the Oct. 24 auction raised $1.8 million, but not every buyer at the auction has paid for their purchases. The bank says the money will distributed to holders of about $35 million in outstanding bonds...
4 accused in death of pizza deliveryman (11/08/12)
DELLWOOD, Mo. -- Three men and a juvenile are in custody in the shooting death of pizza delivery driver in St. Louis County. Authorities say 39-year-old Brian Johnson was found slumped in his car Monday night. He had been shot under his left armpit and was dead when officers arrived...
Weekly US jobless claims fall to 355K last week (11/08/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The number of people seeking unemployment benefits fell last week by 8,000 to a seasonally adjusted 355,000, a possible sign of a healing job market. But officials cautioned that the figures were distorted by Superstorm Sandy. The Labor Department said Thursday that the four-week average of applications, a less volatile measure, rose by 3,250 to 370,500...
Obama's health care overhaul turns into a sprint (11/08/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Its place assured alongside Medicare and Medicaid, President Barack Obama's health care law is now in a sprint to the finish line, with just 11 months to go before millions of uninsured people can start signing up for coverage. But there are hurdles in the way...
Life sentence in Ariz attack that wounded Giffords (11/08/12)
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, partially blind, her right arm paralyzed and limp, came face to face Thursday with the man who tried to kill her last year, standing beside her husband as he spoke of her struggles to recover from being shot in the head...
New storm bears down on Sandy-battered NYC, N.J. (11/08/12)
NEW YORK -- A nor'easter blustered into New York and New Jersey on Wednesday with rain and wet snow, plunging some residents back into darkness, stopping commuter trains again and inflicting another round of misery on thousands of people still reeling from superstorm Sandy's blow more than a week ago...
GOP re-examining positions, direction after election (11/08/12)
WASHINGTON -- Having lost the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections, Republicans plunged Wednesday into an intense period of self-examination, blame-setting and testy debate over whether their party needs serious change or just some minor tweaks...
Dow loses 313 in post-election sell-off (11/08/12)
Wall Street greeted a second Obama term the way it greeted the first. Investors dumped stocks Wednesday in the sharpest sell-off of the year. With the election only hours behind them, they focused on big problems ahead in Washington and across the Atlantic Ocean...
Former Penn State president arraigned in connection to scandal (11/08/12)
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Former Penn State president Graham Spanier was arraigned and released on bail at a court appearance Wednesday on charges he lied about and concealed child sex abuse allegations involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky...
Obama campaign predicted path (11/08/12)
CHICAGO -- President Barack Obama won re-election exactly the way his campaign had predicted: running up big margins with women and minorities, mobilizing a sophisticated registration and get-out-the-vote operation, and focusing narrowly on battleground states that would determine the election...
President heads back to a fractured government (11/08/12)
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama and Republican House Speaker John Boehner pledged Wednesday to seek a compromise to avert looming spending cuts and tax increases that threaten to plunge the economy back into recession. Added Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. "Of course" an agreement is possible...
Maine, Maryland vote to legalize gay marriage (11/08/12)
Voters a continent apart made history Tuesday on two divisive social issues, with Maine and Maryland becoming the first states to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote while Washington state and Colorado legalized recreational use of marijuana. The outcomes in Maine and Maryland broke a 32-state streak, dating back to 1998, in which gay marriage had been rebuffed by every state that held a vote on it. They will become the seventh and eighth states to allow same-sex couples to marry...
Israeli leader in bind after Obama victory (11/08/12)
JERUSALEM -- President Barack Obama's re-election has left Israel's prime minister in a bind. Benjamin Netanyahu repeatedly has clashed with Obama and was widely seen as backing Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the American election. Yet in the coming months, Netanyahu will need American support more than ever as the Palestinians seek upgraded recognition at the U.N. and the world grapples with the Iranian nuclear program...
Army doc details injuries from Afghan massacre (11/08/12)
JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. -- A U.S. agent who investigated the massacre of 16 civilians in southern Afghanistan last March recounted the volatile reaction from local villagers Wednesday and said it was three weeks before American forces could visit the crime scenes less than a mile from a remote base...
Today in History (11/08/12)
Today is Thursday, Nov. 8, the 313th day of 2012. There are 53 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 8, 1932, New York Democratic Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt defeated incumbent Republican Herbert Hoover for the presidency...
Archaeologists explore site on Syria-Turkey border (11/08/12)
ISTANBUL (AP) -- Few archaeological sites seem as entwined with conflict, ancient and modern, as the city of Karkemish. The scene of a battle mentioned in the Bible, it lies smack on the border between Turkey and Syria, where civil war rages today. ...
Boys swimming state qualifier (11/08/12)
Joseph Dale Bohr IV School: Notre Dame Year in school: Senior State events: 200 medley relay Age you started swimming: 17 Nickname: Rain Man Favorite food on day of a meet: Apples Something about you that most people don't know: I like poetry...
Central graduate runs to nationals (11/08/12)
Eric Schott has followed up his impressive freshman collegiate cross country season with an even better sophomore campaign. Schott, a 2011 Central High School graduate, led Missouri Southern to a berth in the NCAA Division II national championship meet that the Lions will host Nov. 17 in Joplin, Mo...
Another torn ACL sidelines Taylor (11/08/12)
Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach Ty Margenthaler got the news he expected but hoped would be different. Margenthaler learned Wednesday that forward Brooke Taylor suffered another torn ACL and will miss her third straight season with the Redhawks...
Rams hope healthy offense translates to scoring more points (11/08/12)
ST. LOUIS -- Rodger Saffold was pleased to be part of the St. Louis Rams' traveling party to London -- until the game began. "I was like so happy that Coach (Jeff Fisher) let me come even though I was injured," Saffold said Wednesday. "And then afterward I'm like `Why did he do this?' Standing out there on that field in the rain."...
Experiment: Saltwater rust (11/08/12)
Using a few materials from around the house, you can see the effect that saltwater rust will have on New York City's subway system after superstorm Sandy. Materials Instructions STEP 1: Fill each cup 3/4 of the way with warm water. Mix three tablespoons of salt into one of the cups of warm water. Label the cup "saltwater."...
Who's neXt: Scholarships and awards (11/08/12)
Awards / Scholarships The following local students have been awarded scholarships to attend Southeast Missouri State University for the 2013-2014 academic year: -- From staff reports ...
Rising fashion star Roberts talks shopping, style (11/08/12)
NEW YORK -- Emma Roberts isn't just making a name for herself as a rising star in Hollywood -- she has four films in the works -- she's also leaving her mark in the world of fashion. The 21-year-old routinely gets name-checked in magazines for her style on the red carpet and off, and she's a coveted front-row guest at fashion shows...
Jackson's winning debaters (11/08/12)
Jackson High School's speech and debate team is already racking up awards early in the season. The team recently took first place in six of nine events at Clearwater High School in Piedmont, Mo., before heading to a tournament Doniphan, Mo., on Nov 1, where members earned five first place spots and numerous other awards. Members of the team captured first-place honors in six out of nine events. The team will host a tournament Nov. 15 at Jackson High School...
The improv business: Second City corporate communications wing visits Cape (11/08/12)
Second City Communications, the corporate-seminar offshoot of the famed comedy troupe The Second City, will present "Creativity and Innovation through Improvisation" at noon Monday in the Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus. The engaging and fun-packed brand of corporate humor is free and open to the public and serves as the kickoff for Global Entrepreneurship Week at Southeast Missouri State University...
Gary Beisner (11/08/12)
ANNA, Ill. -- Gary Beisner, 64, of Anna died Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, at his home, surrounded by family. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until service time Saturday at Crain Funeral Home in Anna. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with Bob Richardson officiating. ...
Patsy Colvin (11/08/12)
Patsy Ann Spaulding Fangers Colvin, 78, of Jackson died Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 29, 1933, in St. Louis, to Charles Vincent and Alma Claire Atkins Spaulding. Colvin worked as a laundry aide at Jackson Manor. She was of the Baptist belief...
Beverly Cureton (11/08/12)
ORAN, Mo. -- Beverly Ann Cureton, 31, of Oran died Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, in Oran. Friends may call from 1 p.m. until time of service Friday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Friday at the chapel, with the Rev. Mitch Jackson officiating...
Kenneth Davis Sr. (11/08/12)
TAMMS, Ill. — Kenneth Davis Sr., 66, of Tamms died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at his home. Crain Funeral Home in Tamms is in charge of arrangements.
Helen Edwards (11/08/12)
Helen Godwyn Edwards, 89, of Cape Girardeau passed away Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at her home. She was born April 10, 1923, in Jackson, to William Bill and Ethyl Seabaugh Godwyn. She and Paul Edwards were married June 20, 1942, in Cape Girardeau. Helen was a bookkeeper with Smith-Alsop many years before retirement. She was a member of First Baptist Church...
Mary Hess (11/08/12)
KELSO, Mo. — Mary Margaret Hess, 66, of Kelso died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City.
Bessie Lattin (11/08/12)
Bessie Lattin, 95, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at Heartland Care and Rehab. Crain Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau is in charge of arrangements.
Hugo Robert (11/08/12)
Hugo Wendolin "Hook" Robert, 71, of Scott City died Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born July 2, 1941, at Kelso, Mo., to Hugo and Loretta Heisserer Robert. He and Karon Ann Riley were married June 23, 1962, in Cape Girardeau...
Larry Schlegel (11/08/12)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Larry Dean "Sarge" Schlegel, 75, of Chaffee passed away Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, at the family home. He was born June 1, 1937, in Cape Girardeau, to Edwin P. and Vesta R. Slinkard Schlegel. Larry married Alice Crafton, mother of Jon Jeffry in 1960, and Bonnie Musgrave Neal on Nov. 5, 1966. She preceded him in death Jan. 8, 1978. He then married Elaine Schmitt Daniel on Dec. 3, 1987...
Births 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
Son to Joshua Adam and Megan Elizabeth Tolson of Cobden, Ill., Southeast Hospital, 5:03 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. Name, Reid Hileman. Weight, 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Second child, first son. Mrs. Tolson is the former Megan Hileman, daughter of Phil and Sharon Hileman of Jonesboro, Ill. She is an occupational therapist assistant at SoutheastHEALTH. Tolson is the son of Kent and Kathy Tolson of Cobden, and the late Kristine "Miriani" Tolson. He is a student...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Jackson police report 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Assault...
Out of the past 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
The Salvation Army celebrates its homecoming weekend, featuring special guests Ralph and Bonita Spicer, former Cape Girardeau corps officers. A Cape Girardeau man eludes an Illinois state trooper by jumping off a pier of the Mississippi River bridge following a high speed chase around 5:40 p.m.; the chase begins in East Cape Girardeau, Ill., where the trooper attempts to stop two men on a motorcycle; they overturn the motorcycle on the bridge, and the passenger is arrested; however, the driver escapes by climbing onto a pier and jumping into the river.. ...
‘The Crucible' (11/08/12)
Last night was the first of several performances of "The Crucible" at the River Campus. The Tony Award-winning drama is being performed by students in the Southeast Missouri State University Department of Theatre and Dance. The play is based on the Salem witch trials of the early 1690s, and according to Amy Fritsche, assistant professor in the department and director of the play, it has been a major undertaking for the students...
Speak Out 11/8 (11/08/12)
This is a thank-you note. A couple paid for our breakfast at a local restaurant and we didn't get to thank them. I hope they see this and know we're thankful. New cemetery I think Cape Girardeau needs a new cemetery somewhere. It looks like it's expanding into the park where the children play. That has to be a little spooky seeing graves when you go down slides...
Prayer 11/8/12 (11/08/12)
O Lord Jesus, may we seek your will, spending time in prayer with you. Amen.
"Together We Care" Conference for Caregivers (11/08/12)
A special conference for caregivers, titled "Together We Care," will be held on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Cape Girardeau Public Library, 711 N. Clark. Through a series of presentations, individuals will learn how to identify and manage stress, discover new tools and technology, and be uplifted as a caregiver...
Bitter Melon: A Potential Diabetes Treatment (11/08/12)
This month, we look at an old, Asian folk remedy used in reversing a case of diabetes, helping prevent the spread of cancer and treating a variety of infections. Bitter melon is widely available in Chinese supermarkets--as a food! The fruit that grows from the bitter melon plant tastes, as you might suspect, quite bitter. The plant grows wild in tropical climates, as well as in the Far East...
Fly Fishing at Jackson Park (11/08/12)
I took this of my husband Carl fly fishing at Jackson Park . Beautiful day.
Mr. Greenthumb (11/08/12)
Wyatt, Morgan, and Adyson Lincoln of Bollinger County show off some huge turnips grown in their garden. These three turnips totaled 23.57 pounds
8 pt buck (11/08/12)
Peyton shot an 8 pt buck opening morning of youth season!
Slow Cook Cat? (11/08/12)
Our silly cat Chigger....Think he was cold or trying to tell us he was hungry?
Wire Necklace (11/08/12)
Springerlee wire necklace, handmade by Village Designs in a wide variety of colors. $12.50
Wire Earrings (11/08/12)
Springerlee wire earrings, handmade by Village Designs, in a wide variety of colors. $18 Village Designs 573-266-3642 310 State Hwy AA Daisy, MO 63743 http://www.villagedesigns.com/
Wire pen holder (11/08/12)
A ball of springy wire with many uses, from pen holder to flower vase, $16. Village Designs 573-266-3642 310 State Hwy AA Daisy, MO 63743 http://www.villagedesigns.com/
Littlest Angel (11/08/12)
Brass wire mesh angel ornament, handmade by Village Designs, 2 inches tall, $9. Village Designs 573-266-3642 310 State Hwy AA Daisy, MO 63743 http://www.villagedesigns.com/
UGG Classic Short Sparkles Deco Blue (11/08/12)
With star-like sequins, glimmering metallic heel guard, and the iconic comfort of UGG®, the Classic Short Sparkles is equal parts classic and exquisite. Flecks of corresponding sparkle in the outsole enhance the shearling lined silhouette of this celebrated short boot. Also, available in Autumn, Black, Silver, and Red...
Clarks Timeless Grey Croc Print Leather (11/08/12)
Basic is beautiful. This popular, versatile slip-on in soft, foam-backed grey croc print leather cradles the foot in 360º cushioned comfort with extra padding at the heel and a padded footbed with Active Air®. Brown's Shoe Fit Co. 201 S. Mount Auburn Rd. Ste. A...
Born Attila Dark Grey Burnished (11/08/12)
An intricately fastened leather profile accents this confident military-style boot featuring, burnished full-grain leather, leather and fabric lining, rubber outsole, tucker board with steel shank, leawood-wrapped heel, and opanka hand-crafted construction...
UGG Quinn Zip Satchel (11/08/12)
Embodying bohemian glamour, the Quinn Zip Satchel showcases waxy suede with smooth leather trim, a retro-inspired silhouette, and shearling accents. Secure zip closure, gold-finish hardware, and two interior drop pockets plus back-wall zip pocket complete a zipper satchel rooted in a rich artistic aesthetic...
Smartwool Ultra- Comfy Socks (11/08/12)
For those of you that have had the pleasure of experiencing Smartwool, you already get it. For those of you that have not we are introducing you to a new addiction, one that you will love giving in to! Smartwool socks, hats, scarves and gloves are made of a merino wool blend that is super soft on you skin and works to keep you warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and dry, by pulling the moisture away from your skin. ...
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