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Stories from Friday, November 16, 2012

Crash claims life of Cape County woman (11/16/12)
A Cape Girardeau County woman was killed Friday when her pickup truck crashed. According to Missouri State Highway Patrol spokesman Trooper Clark Parrott, Amy Koehler, 29, of Friedheim, was driving her pickup truck eastbound on Route KK near Friedheim when it crashed into a tractor-trailer truck that was also traveling eastbound. Koehler died from injuries she received in the crash but the driver of the tractor-trailer survived with no serious injuries...
Cape police seeking credit fraud suspects (11/16/12)
Cape Girardeau police are asking for the public's help to find two men accused of putting fraudulent charges on a credit card in May. Police released a surveillance video still of the two men Friday. Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the Cape Girardeau Police Department at 335-6621...
15 senators urge action on Mississippi waterway (11/16/12)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Fifteen senators from eight Mississippi River states are urging the Army Corps of Engineers to take steps to keep barges moving on the Mississippi. Sens. Roy Blunt, a Missouri Republican, and Tom Harkin, an Iowa Democrat, penned the letter to Army Assistant Secretary Jo-Ellen Darcy on Friday with 13 co-signers...
New state, federal charges against child kidnapping suspect (11/16/12)
DONIPHAN, Mo. -- Accused kidnapper and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Dean Shelton was charged Wednesday with burglarizing a Ripley County home where he allegedly took his 5-year-old victim, and federal authorities Thursday added three charges of production and possession of child pornography against hin...
Happy trails: Pedestrians, bicyclists get theirs (11/16/12)
A federally funded transportation project aimed at pedestrians and bicyclists is being carved out along two of Cape Girardeau's main automobile traffic routes. It looks to connect shopping areas with the city's recreational trail. City engineer Casey Brunke said the city has worked with the Missouri Department of Transportation on the plans that include adding a trail along the north side of William Street and nearby streets. ...
Moss withdraws from consideration for Cape County prosecutor post (11/16/12)
Jackson lawyer Allen Moss has withdrawn his bid to become Cape Girardeau County's next prosecuting attorney. His decision Thursday shrinks the number of lawyers who have publicly declared interest in the post to three. Though Moss called the job a "dream position" in his withdrawal letter to Gov. Jay Nixon, he said professional considerations had prompted him to change his mind...
Cape County Commission approves self-funded health insurance (11/16/12)
Facing a nearly 9 percent increase in the cost of health insurance for employees in 2013, Cape Girardeau County commissioners Thursday approved moving to a self-funded plan after a committee reviewed market options. County Clerk Kara Clark Summers led the committee of officeholders, which, with the help of a benefits consultant, determined a $40,000 savings could be realized next year if the county:...
Officials seek new state House election in SE Mo. (11/16/12)
KENNETT, Mo. -- Officials in southeastern Missouri are seeking a new election for a state House seat because some voters apparently received the wrong ballots. The Daily Dunklin Democrat reported Thursday that unofficial results from the Nov. 6 election showed Republican incumbent Kent Hampton defeating Democrat Tom Todd by 116 votes in the 150th House District...
Mock trial to help prosecutors prepare for high court case (11/16/12)
The ones in the robes may not be John Roberts, Antonin Scalia or Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Even so, says Rigel Oliveri of the Univeristy of Missouri School of Law, it would be a mistake for Jack Koester to take their questions lightly. They sure won't be...
Jackson recycling center fence finished today (11/16/12)
Jackson Public Works will complete a fencing project today at the recycling center that will control use of the yard-waste pit during nonoperating hours. The recycling center and yard-waste pits inside the newly gated area are available for use during normal business hours. No dumping of recyclables, yard waste or other materials will be permitted when the center and gate are closed...
Ripley County commissioner requests recount (11/16/12)
DONIPHAN, Mo. -- Western District Commissioner Jerry Halley, who was defeated in the Nov. 6 general election by three votes, filed a petition for a recount in Ripley County Circuit Court on Wednesday. Halley, a Democrat, received 1,265 votes while Republican Johnny Taylor Jr. tallied 1,268 votes...
Coats for Kids collected Thursday (11/16/12)
LAURA SIMON ~ lsimon@semissourian.com Maj. Benjamin Stillwell with the Salvation Army receives an armful of coats from Bob Williams on Thursday outside Schnucks in Cape Girardeau. The Salvation Army partnered with Schnucks, Pepsi, Mississippi River Radio and Southeast Missouri State University for Thursday's Coats for Kids drive. ...
Corps action could reduce Mississippi River up to 3 feet (11/16/12)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- A top Corps of Engineers official has ordered the release of water from an upper Mississippi River reservoir in an effort to avoid closure of the river at St. Louis. Corps Major General John Peabody says the release from a reservoir in Minnesota will eventually add 3-6 inches of depth at St. Louis. However, that will fall well short of offsetting the projected drop of up to 3 feet when the corps reduces the flow of the Missouri River starting next week...
MoDOT tests model bridges, names winners (11/16/12)
After weeks of work to build the most efficient model bridges, Southeast Missouri high school students put their bridges to the test Thursday at the completion of MoDOT's Ninth Annual Bridge Building Competition. The competition challenges high school juniors and seniors to design and construct the most efficient model bridge using limited materials-15 pieces of balsa wood, thread and glue. ...
$4.2M Lotto ticket sold in Marston, Mo. (11/16/12)
MARSTON, Mo. -- The tiny town of Marston can lay claim to making the newest Lottery-made millionaire. A player who purchased a Lotto ticket at Pilot Travel Center, 917 E. Elm St., is the 215th millionaire produced in the game. The lucky winner matched all six numbers drawn Wednesday night -- 1, 4, 12, 16, 34 and 41 -- to take the $4.2 million jackpot prize...
12 arrested in Sikeston after weekend fights (11/16/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- A dozen Sikeston residents were arrested Wednesday after a public disturbance Sunday. Officers with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety responded to a disturbance with gunshots Sunday in the William Street and Clayton Avenue area after receiving information that a fight involving several people had broken out at Westside Liquor at 889 W. Malone Ave...
Comments sought on Cypress Creek refuge (11/16/12)
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday it is seeking public comment on a draft hunting plan and environmental assessment for Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Once approved, the plan will provide guidance for hunting on the refuge -- which is in Alexander, Union, Johnson and Pulaski counties in Illinois -- for the next 15 years...
Route E reduced for bridge work (11/16/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route E in Scott County, between Highway 77 and County Road 327, will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews make repairs to the bridge over Interstate 55. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily Tuesday and Wednesday. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area...
Cops: Man plotted attack during 'Twilight' movie (11/16/12)
BOLIVAR, Mo. (AP) -- A southwest Missouri man has been charged with plotting to shoot up a movie theater screening of the final "Twilight" film. Twenty-year-old Blaec Lammers of Bolivar was charged Friday with three felony counts, including making a terrorist threat. No attorney is listed for him in online records...
Cardinals add retro jersey for Saturday home games (11/16/12)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- For the first time in 80 years, baseball's St. Louis Cardinals will feature the name of the city on a home jersey. The Cardinals are adding a new retro jersey to wear next season at Saturday home games. For eight decades, all home jerseys have had the name Cardinals on the front along with the birds on the bat...
2 missing, 4 badly burned in Gulf platform fire (11/16/12)
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- The Coast Guard was searching late Friday for two workers missing after a fire erupted on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, sending an ominous black plume of smoke into the air reminiscent of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion that transformed the oil industry and life along the coast.
Medicare premiums going up $5 a month for 2013 (11/16/12)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Medicare premiums are going up $5 a month in 2013, the government said Friday. It's less than expected, but still enough to eat up about one-fourth of a typical retiree's cost-of-living raise next year. Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner said the new "Part B" premium for outpatient care will be $104.90 a month. In most cases, it's deducted directly from a beneficiary's monthly Social Security check. Currently the premium is $99.90 a month...
4 dead, 17 hurt when train hits veterans parade (11/16/12)
DALLAS -- A freight train slammed into a parade float carrying wounded veterans on Thursday, killing four people and injuring 17 others as the float tried to get through a West Texas railroad crossing on its way to an honorary banquet, authorities said...
BP agrees to pay $4.5B; 3 employees charged (11/16/12)
NEW ORLEANS -- A day of reckoning arrived for BP on Thursday as the oil giant agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay a record $4.5 billion in a settlement with the government related to the deadly 2010 disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. Three BP employees also were charged; two with manslaughter...
Post office reports record loss of $15.9B for year (11/16/12)
WASHINGTON -- The struggling U.S. Postal Service on Thursday reported an annual loss of a record $15.9 billion and forecast more red ink in 2013, capping a tumultuous year in which it was forced to default on billions in payments to avert bankruptcy...
Obama views Sandy recovery in NYC (11/16/12)
NEW YORK -- President Barack Obama vowed Thursday to stick with New Yorkers still struggling 17 days after superstorm Sandy "until the rebuilding is complete," after getting an up-close look at devastated neighborhoods rendered unliveable. Obama brought the spotlight to people still living without heat or electricity, and hugged many of those trying to rebuild their lives. He also delivered a postelection message of unity, nine days after a closely divided America gave him a second term...
Wal-Mart 3Q profit up 9 percent (11/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported a 9 percent increase in third-quarter net income. The Bentonville, Ark.-based discounter said Thursday it earned $3.63 billion, or $1.08 per share, in the quarter that ended Oct. 31. That compares with $3.33 billion, or 96 cents per share, in the year-ago period. Net sales, excluding Sam's Club membership fees, rose 3.4 percent to $113.2 million...
Today in History (11/16/12)
Today is Friday, Nov. 16, the 321st day of 2012. There are 45 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 16, 1946, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was founded at the conclusion of a conference in London...
Germany expanding compensation for Nazi victims (11/16/12)
BERLIN -- Sixty years after a landmark accord started German government compensation for victims of Nazi crimes, fund administrators and German officials say payments to Holocaust survivors are needed more than ever as they enter their final years...
Downward spiral leaves Eurozone in a recession (11/16/12)
LONDON -- The 17-country eurozone has fallen back into recession for the first time in three years as the fallout from the region's financial crisis was felt from Amsterdam to Athens. And with surveys pointing to increasingly depressed conditions across the 17-member group at a time of austerity and high unemployment, the recession is forecast to deepen, and make the debt crisis -- calmer of late -- even more difficult to handle...
Software founder McAfee denies killing neighbor (11/16/12)
SAN PEDRO, Belize -- Software company founder John McAfee said Wednesday he is in hiding, unarmed and accompanied only by a young woman, changing locations and telephones frequently to stay one step ahead of a Belize police unit he says wants to kill him...
Xi takes China's helm with many tough challenges (11/16/12)
BEIJING -- Long-anointed successor Xi Jinping assumes the leadership of China at a time when the ruling Communist Party is confronting slower economic growth, a public clamor to end corruption and demands for change that threaten its hold on power...
Hamas missiles hit Tel Aviv; Israel mobilizing troops (11/16/12)
JERUSALEM -- Israel has begun moving troops toward the Gaza Strip and authorized the call-up of reservists for a possible ground invasion of the Palestinian territory. At least a dozen trucks carrying tanks and armored vehicles were seen late Thursday moving toward the border area, while buses ferried soldiers...
Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team defeats McNeese St. (11/16/12)
Southeast Missouri State's outside shooting left plenty to be desired Thursday night as the Redhawks hit 4 of 19 from 3-point range. Nino Johnson and Tyler Stone, along with another strong defensive performance, helped make that long-range futility a moot point...
Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach excited about signing of four prep players (11/16/12)
Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach Ty Margenthaler and his staff still plan to sign two more players in the spring. But the Redhawks took care of the bulk of their 2013-14 recruiting class by landing four high school seniors during the NCAA's weeklong early signing period that began Wednesday...
Southeast Missouri State wins first-round game at OVC volleyball tournament (11/16/12)
The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team withstood a strong challenge in the opening round of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament. Second-seeded Southeast disposed of seventh-seeded Jacksonville State 25-22, 25-20, 19-25, 25-21 as the eight-team event got under way in Morehead, Ky...
Southeast Missouri State football team will play Murray St. in season finale (11/16/12)
Southeast Missouri State and Murray State are struggling to the finish line as they wind up losing seasons. But both coaches say that doesn't mean their teams will lack proper motivation for Saturday's season-ending football game. The kickoff in Murray, Ky., is set for 1 p.m...
Schottenheimer to face former boss when Rams play Jets (11/16/12)
ST. LOUIS -- Brian Schottenheimer is trying to treat the St. Louis Rams' game against his former team, the New York Jets, this weekend as just another game. "I want to win because it's the next game and we need to get to four wins," the Rams' offensive coordinator said. "It's fun to compete against your friends, but [the games] are all the same."...
Soldiers' stories: SEMO Press book collects tales from veterans (11/16/12)
Veterans Day marked the release of a new book published locally and partially written by veterans with ties to Southeast Missouri. The anthology, titled "Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, Volume 1," includes submissions from four local veterans and was published through a partnership between Southeast Missouri State University Press, the Missouri Humanities Council and the Warrior Arts Alliance...
Hatchet, speakeasy help tell tale of Prohibition (11/16/12)
PHILADELPHIA -- A hatchet used to bust up saloons, the verdict sheet from Al Capone's trial and lawman Eliot Ness' sworn oath of office are among the more sobering artifacts in a new exhibit documenting the driest period in U.S. history. But the items help tell a lively tale as part of "American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition." The installation now on view at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia also includes a re-created speakeasy, where visitors can learn the lingo and fashions of the Roaring ‘20s and even how to dance the Charleston.. ...
Best Bet: Logan Venderlic (11/16/12)
West Virginia folk troubadour Logan Venderlic, whose style has been described as "Tom Petty meets Appalachia," will perform at 7 p.m. today at Cup 'N' Cork. Venderlic has been featured in the Huffington Post, No Depression, AOL Music, American Songwriter and NPR's "Mountain Stage." He combines traditional folk with contemporary indie hooks to create his own signature sound. Yahoo! Music called his debut album, "one of the best albums of the first half of the year." The performance is free...
Downtown group adds fun to menu for Thanksgiving (11/16/12)
A different kind of holiday benefit dinner event will happen today in downtown Cape Girardeau. The Downtown's a Drag performers will present their Thanksgiving dinner and show at 6 p.m. today at Dockside, 4 N. Spanish St. A cash bar and mingling time is scheduled for 6 to 6:30 p.m., a home-cooked Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings will be served from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and the variety show will follow...
'30 Rock' heroine Liz Lemon going to the altar (11/16/12)
NEW YORK -- Liz Lemon is getting married and you're invited. Fans of "30 Rock" might have reasonably assumed that Lemon, the harried TV producer played by Tina Fey, would ride out the series' seventh and final season as a perennial bachelorette unlucky in love. But Fey, who is also the creator and producer of the NBC comedy, clearly thought otherwise...
ARTifacts 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- A free Christmas concert will be presented at 4 p.m. Dec. 9 at the United Methodist Church, 1700 E. Marshall St., in Charleston. The program will feature organist Terry A. Parker, pianist Sallie B. Goodin, the Sam C. and Jane Goodin Memorial Handbell Choir and the Charleston Society for the Arts Community Chorus...
Bobby Denning (11/16/12)
Bobby Glen Denning, 65, of the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau, formerly of Sikeston, Mo., died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, and was a member of the Army National Guard until 1992...
Helen Harris (11/16/12)
ORAN, Mo. -- Helen C. Wright Harris, 99, of Oran passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Chaffee Nursing Center in Chaffee, Mo. She was born Oct. 13, 1913, in Oran, to Mack and Ethel Henley Wright. She was a daycare provider many years and took care of several children whom she loved dearly...
Ralph Koerber (11/16/12)
Ralph Albert "Jack" Koerber, 91, of Cape Girardeau passed away Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at the Missouri Veterans Home. He was born Feb. 6, 1921, in Cape Girardeau, to Paul A. and Bertha Meyer Koerber. Koerber was a lifelong member of Hanover Lutheran Church. He was a retired dairy farmer...
Virginia Luetje (11/16/12)
Virginia Mae "Ginny" Goran Luetje, 72, of Kirkwood, Mo., died peacefully at home Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. She is survived by her husband, Donald Lane Luetje of Kirkwood; a son, Gregory (Lindsay) Glenn Luetje of Bryant Pond, Maine; a daughter, Linda (Willie) Elaine Luetje-Nelson of St. Clair, Mo.; two grandchildren; a stepgrandchild; and a sister, Rebecca (Steve) Cook of St. Charles, Mo...
Michael Nolan (11/16/12)
Michael Patrick Nolan, 52, of Cape Girardeau passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Mo. He was born Oct. 30, 1960, in Kansas City, Mo., to John M. and Jacquelynne S. Brown Nolan. He and Susan Elizabeth Schiwitz were married Oct. 30, 1995, in Joplin, Mo...
Virgie Sadler (11/16/12)
Virgie J. Sadler, 95, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at Ratliff Care Center. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Carrol Schaefer (11/16/12)
Carrol Adam Schaefer, 84, of Cape Girardeau passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Southeast Hospital. He was born March 1, 1928, in Wolf Lake, Ill., to Raymond and Lena Market Schaefer. He and Aileen Voges were married Aug. 8, 1953, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau, where their membership remains...
Births 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
Son to Austin Wayne and Tiffany Cathrine Emmons of Cape Girardeau, Saint Francis Medical Center, 1:04 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. Name, Lawson Wayne. Weight, 9 pounds, 2 ounces. Second child, first son. Mrs. Emmons is the former Tiffany Wallman, daughter of Tony Wallman and Sandy Wallman of Marble Hill, Mo. She is a daycare provider. Emmons is the son of Duane Emmons and Lori Emmons of Cape Girardeau. He is an ink technician at Siegwerk...
Cape Girardeau police report 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWIs Burglary...
Cape Girardeau fire report 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Jackson police report 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Summons...
Out of the past 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
An order banning all open fires and burning in Cape Girardeau County and the city of Cape Girardeau is lifted as a result of rainfall; the ban was issued a week ago by the county commission and the city of Cape Girardeau. The Cape Girardeau City Council decides to establish a commission on efficiency in government; the commission, to consist of five to seven local business leaders, will review the internal operations of city government with an eye toward improving efficiency...
Warning: Twinkie crisis is just around the corner (11/16/12)
The news earlier this week from St. Louis was grim: Hostess Brands closed three bakeries in the Big City. It's bad enough that 365 bakery employees lost their jobs. It's bad enough that the plants were closed because of picket lines set up by striking members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union...
Holiday giving (11/16/12)
Throughout the Christmas season there are many requests for donations, including toys, winter clothing and monetary support. But one giving tradition we hope you also consider is the Salvation Army's red kettle campaign. This seasonal fundraiser features bell ringers outside several retailers, and some kettles already are in place...
Speak out 11/16/2012 (11/16/12)
Missionfest was wonderful. I learned a lot and thank the community for putting it on. I was surprised there weren't many churches. Consumer choice This is a comment about a girl who died because she drank some kind of highly caffeinated drink. They just put those drinks out; they don't make people drink them. Same deal with cigarettes. If they tax cigarettes, people will get them anyway. To sue for wrongful death is a joke. She knew she had a disorder but drank them anyway...
Prayer 11/16/12 (11/16/12)
O Heavenly Father, our glorious God, may we submit ourselves to you. Amen.
Dairy Packs a Protein Punch (11/16/12)
Headlines abound about the new school meal guidelines, which took effect at the start of this school year. At the heart of the hype are cafeteria meals that, in many schools, look quite different this year than they did last year. Portions of some foods have increased (fruits and vegetables) while others have decreased (meats and grains). Double portions are not allowed, but students must include on their trays certain types of foods to make the meal complete...
Hastings continues generosity to Adult Education (11/16/12)
Hastings, 2631 William, recently demonstrated its continuing support of Cape Girardeau Public Schools' Adult Education and Literacy program with a contribution of $512.83, representing customer donations at the Cape store. Pictured above, from the left, are students Taryn Smith, Bethany Price, Alecia Zahlen and Amanda Beard; Coordinator for Adult Education and Literacy Becky Atwood; Hastings Store Manager Eric Foster; Superintendent of Schools Dr. ...
Four CHS students named to All-State Choir (11/16/12)
Nineteen Cape Central High School (CHS) students participated in the 2012 All-District Choir last week at Jackson High School and several auditioned for the prestigious 2013 Missouri All-State Choir. Three CHS students were selected to the choir, as well as one alternate, pictured above with Director of Vocal Music Mr. ...
Greater Isaac Cay (11/16/12)
On a recent fishing trip to the Bahamas we passed the small rock island of Greater Isaac. The most prominent feature of the island is its lighthouse, which was erected in 1859, and stands about 151 feet tall. Some say a the full moon brings strange noises to the tiny island. ...
Bright as tinsel on the tree! (11/16/12)
When the holidays arrive, be ready to take on any challenge with the energy you will feel each time you look in the mirror. Proud supporter of the American Cancer Society. Cape Wiggery 89 S. Plaza Way, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 573-334-1078
Exude confidence! (11/16/12)
Step out into the world and take on the accolades! You have arrived! Whether you are going to a movie or going to a Broadway play, people will turn heads and say, "Wow, who is her stylist?!" Proud supporter of the American Cancer Society. Cape Wiggery...
Enjoy life! (11/16/12)
You have finally reached that point where the little things don't bother you any more and you have learned how to make it all happen almost effortlessly. Because that day is here, pamper yourself with a look that says just that! Proud supporter of the American Cancer Society...
Stop traffic! (11/16/12)
Have a blast at every holiday party you go to this season because you are the center of attention in this Raquel Welch wig. Get it at Cape Wiggery, 89 S. Plaza Way, Cape Girardeau, MO, 573-334-1078. Proud supporter of the American Cancer Society. Cape Wiggery...
Exude confidence! (11/16/12)
Be on top of your game with this little number! Look great at the grocery store or in the board room and get what you want out of life knowing you don't have to spend time styling your hair. Proud supporter of the American Cancer Society. Cape Wiggery...
Go Blue! (11/16/12)
There is no mistake what school you support when you wear this t-shirt! Boldly proclaim you go (or went) to Notre Dame! Great gift for a student or fan. Check out our online store for more items. Notre Dame Regional High School Bulldog Mall 265 Notre Dame Drive, Cape Girardeau, MO...
Go Blue! (11/16/12)
Stay dry during those rainy outdoor ballgames or stay in the shade from the scorching sun with your over-sized golf umbrella. Give the grill master of the house an apron be-fitting the Big Dawg! Or get the simple Blue crew neck tee or sweatshirt for any of your crew. Stay hydrated every day with our ND sports bottle. Check out our online store for more items...
Go Blue! (11/16/12)
Pink more her style? The same classic Comfort and Style is provided year round with our crew neck sweatshirt in electric pink. Bold lettering and bulldog logo. Check out our entire online store for more items. Notre Dame Regional High School Bulldog Mall...
Go Blue! (11/16/12)
Traditional front pocket hoodie with draw string pull is a must have for any Notre Dame student or fan. Check out our online store for more items. Notre Dame Regional High School Bulldog Mall 265 Notre Dame Drive, Cape Girardeau, MO 573-335-6772 www.theprintingco.biz/bulldogmall...
Go Blue! (11/16/12)
Comfort and style year round! Our blue crew neck sweatshirt is the right weight to wear with shorts on a cool summer night or paired with jeans and boots when there is snow on the ground. Bold lettering and bulldog logo go to show everything goes with BLUE. Check out our entire online store for more items...
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