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Emerson to resign from Congress on Tuesday (01/20/13)
U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson will end her 16 years in Congress on Tuesday. Emerson on Friday said that her resignation would be effective at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday. Emerson, who took office in 1996 after the death of her husband, Rep. Bill Emerson, is leaving Congress to head the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, she announced last month...
Group touts letter grades to interpret school performance (01/20/13)
A Missouri not-for-profit group would like to see the state's schools rated on an individual basis -- instead of by entire districts -- and have a letter grade attached to each school's performance. The Children's Education Alliance of Missouri [CEAM], based in St. Louis, seeks to implement a ratings system for every public school in the state in addition to ratings given to school districts.
Boil order in place for Chaffee after water leak (01/20/13)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- A boil-water order will be in effect for until Wednesday in the city of Chaffee because of a major water leak.
Woman brought in on warrant charged with running from police (01/20/13)
A woman is in the Cape Girardeau County Jail facing attempted escape charges after police said she ran while being brought in on a warrant. Cape Girardeau Police Department spokesman Darin Hickey said Rosie L. Jackson, 33, is charged with attempted escape from confinement, a felony.y.
Police: Inmate assaults jailer at Cape jail (01/20/13)
A Cape Girardeau city jail inmate is accused of assaulting a jailer. Cape Girardeau Police Department spokesman Darin Hickey said Charlesmen D. Bobo, 22, is charged with second-degree assault on a corrections officer. Hickey said Bobo is accused of punching a jailer several times while he was being put into a cell at about 10 a.m. Thursday.
Democrats begin to state interest in running for 8th Congressional District seat (01/20/13)
Two Democrats considering a bid for a nomination to run in a special election for Missouri's 8th Congressional District are banking on conservative values, connections in the party and ties to the region's agricultural community for support. Barry Aycock of Parma, Mo., owner and founder of AgXplore International, a Bootheel-based manufacturer and distributor of specialty agriculture products, on Friday said he is mulling a run for Congress and is in talks with members of a Democrat congressional committee who will select a candidate.. ...
SEMO receives good grade for online programs (01/20/13)
A new ranking lists Southeast Missouri State University's online degree programs among the nation's best. U.S. News & World Report ranked Southeast 42nd in the best online bachelor's degree programs in the country....
Wind closes Dorena-Hickman Ferry (01/20/13)
The Dorena-Hickman Ferry was closed Saturday at 3 p.m. because of wind. It was expected to resume operation on its regular winter schedule this morning.
Bootheel man accused of pulling gun on wife while she held baby (01/20/13)
STEELE, Mo. -- A Steele man is accused of holding a gun to his wife's head while she was holding a baby. Keith Robertson, 33, of Steele was arrested Wednesday after allegedly putting a handgun to his wife's head and threatening to shoot her while she was reportedly holding a baby....
Club news 1-20-13 (01/20/13)
There were 20 members in attendance Jan. 9 for the American Legion Auxiliary's first meeting in 2013. Barbara Yallaly provided loaded-baked potatoes and hot dogs. Our New Year tradition is to read fortunes from the fortune cookies provided by Yallaly...
Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial dies at age 92 (01/20/13)
ST. LOUIS -- No last name necessary. A slew of batting titles. Corkscrew stance. Humble. A gentleman. All-around good guy. Stan the Man. Stanley Frank Musial, the St. Louis Cardinals star who was one of the greatest players in the history of baseball, died Saturday. He was 92.
Some believe it would be a shame to demolish K.C.'s Kemper Arena (01/20/13)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A little more than a year after the American Royal board proposed tearing down Kemper Arena and replacing it with a 5,000-seat facility geared to year-round agricultural events and other festivals, support is growing to retain the iconic Kansas City facility...
GOP official: House to vote to lift debt limit (01/20/13)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Republican-controlled House will vote next week to permit the government to borrow more money to meet its obligations, a move aimed at heading off a market-rattling confrontation with President Barack Obama over the so-called debt limit...
Rallies protest stricter gun control (01/20/13)
AUSTIN, Texas -- Thousands of gun advocates gathered peacefully Saturday at state capitals around the U.S. to rally against stricter limits on firearms, with demonstrators carrying rifles and pistols in some places while those elsewhere settled for waving signs or screaming themselves hoarse...
Today in History (01/20/13)
Today is Sunday, Jan. 20, the 20th day of 2013. There are 345 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Jan. 20, 1953, Dwight D. Eisenhower took the oath of office as president of the United States; Richard M. Nixon was sworn in as vice president...
Chaffee holds off Scott City for third in S-MC (01/20/13)
By JOHN UNTERREINER ~ Southeast Missourian MORLEY, Mo. -- The Chaffee Red Devils built a momentum-filled 13-point lead against Scott City in the third-place game of the Scott-Mississippi Conference boy basketball tournament Friday night. The Red Devils (11-7) narrowly held on from there...
Comeback kid (01/20/13)
Jackson's Brannon Wright has helped lead the Indians' resurgence on the football field, and his exploits this season have earned him the title of Southeast Missourian Football Player of the Year.
Jackson wrestlers take SEMO crown (01/20/13)
Jackson individuals won seven weight classes, and all 14 of its wrestlers placed in the top five as the Indians cruised to the SEMO Conference Tournament title on Saturday at Poplar Bluff. Jarrett Reisenbichler (106 pounds), Kodi Byrd (113), Tyler Rush (138), Dylan Rush (145), Clayton Collier (152) Josh Stone (182) and Preston Hobeck (285) all won individual titles for the Indians, who finished with 407 team points. Reisenbichler was also named the tournament outsanding wrestler...
Oran sprints past SCC for tournament crown (01/20/13)
By JOHN UNTERREINER ~ Southeast Missourian MORLEY, Mo. -- The second half of the Scott-Mississippi Conference Tournament championship showdown between Oran and Scott County Central was more coronation than basketball game. And for the first time in six years, somebody other than the Braves are wearing the crown...
Gymnastics team wins season debut (01/20/13)
The Southeast Missouri State gymnastics team got its season off to a strong start. Southeast won a dual meet at first-year program Lindenwood University Friday night, posting a 192.200-188.625 victory in St. Charles, Mo. The Redhawks' score is more than two points higher than what they posted in last year's season-opener at home...
Redhawks bounce back with victory (01/20/13)
The Southeast Missouri State men's basketball team was about as low as it could get following Thursday's disheartening 16-point home defeat to Morehead State. That's one of the reasons the Redhawks were so happy with Saturday's 74-62 win over Tennessee Tech that snapped their season-long four-game losing streak...
St. Louis, Missouri and nation mourn loss of a legend (01/20/13)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Cardinals reliever Mitchell Boggs was at a party back home in Georgia for his sister's wedding when the gathering suddenly turned somber. The news had spread that Hall of Famer Stan Musial died on Saturday. He was 92. "Everybody knew who Stan Musial was," Boggs said. "Everyone knew what a great person he was."...
Cardinals Hall of Famer dies at 92 (01/20/13)
ST. LOUIS -- Stan Musial, one of baseball's greatest hitters and a Hall of Famer with the St. Louis Cardinals for more than two decades, died Saturday. He was 92. Stan the Man won seven National League batting titles, was a three-time MVP and helped the Cardinals capture three World Series championships in the 1940s...
Blues manhandle Red Wings 6-0 (01/20/13)
ST. LOUIS -- Rookie Vladimir Tarasenko had a memorable debut. The St. Louis Blues made it a point not to get too carried away. Tarasenko scored twice in his first NHL game and Chris Stewart also had a pair of goals, helping the Blues manhandle the Detroit Red Wings 6-0 in their season opener Saturday night...
UF coach hits mark vs. Mizzou (01/20/13)
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Scottie Wilbekin had 13 points and 10 assists, his first career double-double, and No. 10 Florida thumped No. 17 Missouri 83-52 on Saturday. The victory was coach Billy Donovan's 400th with the Gators, making him the third coach in Southeastern Conference history to accomplish that feat with the same school. He joined Kentucky's Adolph Rupp and LSU's Dale Brown in the 400-win club...
Taylor Crowe received national exposure in 2012 through his autism lectures and artwork (01/20/13)
Artist Taylor Crowe of Cape Girardeau has traveled across the country sharing his work, and his life, in an effort to explain "autism from the inside." From Miami, Fla., to Fort Yukon, Alaska, Crowe has spoken to educators, school groups and parent groups, answering questions and sharing what to do -- and most importantly what not to do -- when working with an autistic child...
Radio disc jockey enjoys role with contemporary Christian music station (01/20/13)
Bobbi Ann Mason is a familiar name, and voice, to radio listeners in the area. The former a.m. personality for K103, she now combines her love of radio with her faith at KHIS. The radio station was started in 2007 and now, according to Mason, has the largest signal for a contemporary Christian music station between St. Louis and Memphis, Tenn...
Healthier take on Super Bowl grub: Buffalo tenders (01/20/13)
First, a confession. I don't watch the Super Bowl. As a matter of fact, I rarely even know who is playing. Still, I'm well aware that it is far and away America's largest secular holiday and that the celebration requires not only watching the game on television, but also eating a hefty snack or meal while doing so...
Mom organizes pageant for people with special needs (01/20/13)
By the time Summer Mason was 12 months old, she had two liver transplants and multiple other surgeries. Summer was born with biliary atresia, a life-threatening disease in which the bile ducts inside or outside the liver do not have normal openings...
Growing deeper in our relationship with Jesus (01/20/13)
In Luke 5:1-11, it's been a long night on the job and Simon, James and John are a little discouraged because the hard work they've done hasn't amounted to anything -- they didn't catch any fish. There are people everywhere listening to Jesus teach and these men are tired, ready to pack up and go home when all of a sudden the Jesus guy they've been hearing about gets into one of their boats and asks Peter to push off from the shore so he can teach from the water...
Amish face fracking dilemma (01/20/13)
I went to college in a community dominated by Old Order Amish in northwestern Pennsylvania. Because of this history, I've been following a controversy that is testing the convictions of the members of this tightly knit religious sect. The unrest is over energy; specifically, it's about drilling -- called "fracking" -- for natural gas...
Adopt Nicky (01/20/13)
Nicky is an adorable Tabby mix who seeks you out for attention. He will become part of the family quickly. He is neutered and up-to-date on shots. For more information, contact Safe Harbor at 243-9823. ...
Adopt Luna (01/20/13)
Luna is a 1-year-old husky mix. She is very fun and playful and would make a great addition to your home. For more information, contact The Humane Society at 334-5837. ...
Pet of the week (01/20/13)
Pet Name: Silva Owner: KL Cook Favorite activity: Outsmarting her owners every chance she gets.
FYI 1-20-13 (01/20/13)
The Messiah Choir will perform choruses and solos from Handel's "Messiah" at 2:45 p.m. today at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau. The Trinity Handbell Choir and Brass Choir will also be performing. A freewill offering will be taken and a reception will follow the concert...
NARS donates to United Way (01/20/13)
National Asset Recovery Services employees donated $35,897.00 to the 2012 United Way Campaign. Presenting were Jeff Gartland, Paige Riley and Barb Cagle. ...
AT&T donates to Big Brothers Big Sisters (01/20/13)
AT&T donated $14,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri and gave away four Pantech Element tablets. The tablets will be used by big volunteers for activities with their little participants. The AT&T Holiday Challenge was done to assist in volunteer recruitment and recognize the academic success of Big Brothers Big Sisters. ...
Rod McKuen and his poetry live on (01/20/13)
By Gary Clothier Q: Is the poet Rod McKuen still living? S.E.B., Fort Scott, Kan. A: Rod McKuen is very much alive. He lives in Southern California with his brother and four cats. Rodney Marvin McKuen was born in Oakland, Calif., in 1933. After leaving home at a young age, he held a series of jobs, including logger, ranch hand and rodeo cowboy. He lacked a formal education, but he kept a journal, which helped develop his writing and poetry skills...
Obama's latest crisis to exploit (01/20/13)
Liberals have an uncanny knack for designing solutions that do not address the problem at hand, and they're doing it again in their current effort to use the Sandy Hook shootings as fodder for promoting stringent gun control measures. It's as if President Obama and his fellow travelers lie in wait for the unfolding of big events that they can use to incite the public's passions and thereby gain popular support for otherwise unpopular government action...
Recipes to break out of the 'supper rut' (01/20/13)
I was visiting with a friend recently about entreé supper options, and we both agreed we needed to find a few new recipes to try. So, I went to Taste of Home for some ideas, and I found several recipes that sounded interesting and worth a try. It may take me awhile, but I plan to give each of these a taste, and I think you might do the same. Break out of the supper rut and try something new...
Return of the Twinkies (01/20/13)
The New Year is a time to look forward, but as the strains of Auld Lang Syne remind us, it is also a time to say farewell. In the culinary world, perhaps the saddest demise of 2012 was that of the Twinkie, which ceased production when its maker went out of business...
Raccoons quarreling in a treetop (01/20/13)
These raccoons are having a faceoff high up in a tree. Raccoon mating season begins in mid-January and extends through February in Southeast Missouri. If you go hiking in the woods on a warm winter day you may hear what sounds like an animal fight. It could be raccoons, and the growling could get pretty loud. Two or more males may be battling for the right to claim a female, or it could be a female raccoon trying to discourage an unwanted suitor...
Acid thrown at Bolshoi ballet artistic director (01/20/13)
MOSCOW -- A masked assailant threw acid at the artistic director of the Bolshoi ballet in an attack that colleagues said Friday could be in reprisal for his selection of dancers in starring roles at the famed Russian company. Sergei Filin, a 42-year-old former Bolshoi star, said a man threw the acid into his face late Thursday near the gate of his apartment building in central Moscow. The attacker wore a hood and either a mask or a scarf, so only his eyes were visible, he said...
Glennon Behrle (01/20/13)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Glennon L. Behrle, 79, of Perryville passed away Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, at home with his family. He was born Feb. 13, 1933, in Millheim, Mo., son of Henry and Dena Schumer Behrle. He and Joan Chatron were married May 5, 1956...
Sean Brown (01/20/13)
Sean Lee Brown, 42, of Cape Girardeau passed away Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013, at Southeast Hospital. He was born May 22, 1970, in St. Louis, to James Lee and Barbara Duke Brown. Sean was a cook for Drury Lodge, Cracker Barrel, and several popular downtown restaurants. He was an avid bibliophile, loved music, nature, making people feel better with random acts of kindness, and he was a proud and confirmed Luddite...
Elsie Davis (01/20/13)
Elsie L. Davis, 95, of Millersville passed away Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 18, 1917, in Jackson, daughter of William and Lizzie Hamen Mason. She and George Raymond Davis were married in 1931. He passed away in 1988...
Dannie Dick (01/20/13)
LYNNVILLE, Ky. -- Dannie Wilson Dick, 72, formerly of Graves County, Ky., passed away Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at his home in Lutz, Fla. He was born Nov. 23, 1940, in Lynnville, son of Dennis Melvin and Christine Wilson Dick. He and Barbara Jean Ferrell were married May 29, 1970...
Hubert Hoff (01/20/13)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Hubert A. Hoff, 91, of Perryville died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at Independence Care Center of Perry County. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday and 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Young and Sons Funeral Home in Perryville...
James Masterson (01/20/13)
James W. Masterson, 67, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Olive Branch, Ill., died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at Saint Francis Medical Center. Graveside funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Olive Branch Cemetery in Olive Branch. Jones Funeral Home in Tamms, Ill., is in charge of arrangements...
Eileen Nall (01/20/13)
Eileen Nall, 89, of Cape Girardeau, formerly of Poplar Bluff, Mo., died Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at Chateau Girardeau Health Center. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Chapel and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Fowler-Sullivan Memorial Chapel in Neelyville, Mo...
Sue Pettit (01/20/13)
Elberta Marie "Sue" Pettit, 71, of Scott City died Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at her home. She was born April 1, 1941, in Selkirk, Mich., to Edward and Dorothy Thomas Pettit. Sue worked at Rhodes in Scott City. She is survived by a sister, Evelyne Branan of Flint, Mich., and many friends...
Farel Robins (01/20/13)
ADVANCE, Mo. -- Farel D. Robins, 69, of Advance passed away Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at his home. He was born Oct. 15, 1943, at Greenbrier, Mo., son of Wilbur and Elsie Crites Robins. Farel had worked for Brown Shoes, farmed for Lloyd Francis, and at the post offices in Advance and Poplar Bluff, Mo. He was an avid flier and owned a 1946 Aronca Champ. He was very passionate about eagles...
Helen Ruch (01/20/13)
Helen Ruch, 91, of Jackson passed away Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at Jackson Manor. She was born June 4, 1921, near Oak Ridge, daughter of John Ellis and Cora Belle Hoffman Grebe. She and Ludolf H. "Rudy" Ruch were married Nov. 16, 1942. He passed away Jan. 17, 2005...
Joe Scholz (01/20/13)
Joe W. Scholz, 48, of Jackson passed away Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at Saint Francis Medical Center. He was born July 14, 1964, in Cape Girardeau to Bob and Joan Proffer Scholz. Joe was a 1982 graduate of Jackson High School. He formerly worked at Rhodes Travel Center and Manpower in Cape Girardeau and Lee Rowan and Dollar General Store in Jackson. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, camping and cooking...
Martha Shores (01/20/13)
BENTON, Mo. -- Martha Shores, 85, of Benton, formerly of Rushville, Ill., passed away Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, at Southeast Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 17, 1927, in Schuyler County, Ill., daughter of Vern and Nellie Black Strong. She and Roy Shores were married April 5, 1947, in Chicago. He preceded her in death Dec. 11, 1994...
Paul Tharp (01/20/13)
BALLWIN, Mo. -- Paul Jennings Tharp, 67, of Ballwin passed away Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013. Beloved husband of Jeanette Tharp; dear father of Amanda Tharp and Liz (Doug) Palmer; dear grandfather of Emma, George and Annabelle Tharp, Courtney and Penny Palmer; loving brother, uncle and friend to many...
Pete Underwood (01/20/13)
Louie Luther "Pete" Underwood, 89, of Scott City passed away at noon Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at the home of his son. He was born May 15, 1923 at Fornfelt to Lula and Luther Underwood. Rest in Peace Louie "Pete" Underwood. Thank you for your service. Underwood, Louie Luther Seaman, Second Class, Serial No. ...
Arthur Waterman (01/20/13)
Arthur Ray "Bud" Waterman, 76, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at Southeast Hospital. He was born March 13, 1936, at McClure, Ill., to Albert Ray and Gladys Winchester Waterman. He and Shirley Boren were married Aug. 11, 1957, in Cape Girardeau...
Births 1/20/13 (01/20/13)
Daughter to Chant Deonta and Charlene Hokulani Long of Jackson, Saint Francis Medical Center, 6:48 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Name, Skylar Teghan. Weight, 5 pounds, 1 ounce. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Long is the former Charlene Smith. She is employed by National Asset Recovery Services. Long is the son of Johnny and Julia Long of Sikeston, Mo...
Neal - Bock (01/20/13)
Sara Jane Neal and Austin Lee Bock were married Aug. 11, 2012, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau. The Rev. Douglas Breite performed the ceremony. Organist was Christy Shinn of Jackson, and soloist was Dina Casey of Cape Girardeau. The bride is the daughter of Tim and Joyce Neal of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Lee and Debbie Bock of Jackson...
Dirnberger - Horan (01/20/13)
Rita Jo Dirnberger and Christopher Michael Horan were married Sept. 8, 2012, at St. Mary's Cathedral. The Rev. Patrick Nwokoye performed the ceremony. Music was by Adam and Heather Bitter of Chesterfield, Mo. Harpist was Teresa Walker of Fruitland. The bride is the daughter of Steve and Charlotte Dirnberger of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Mike and Paula Horan of Fenton, Mo., and Dave and Michelle Sillanpa of Indianapolis, Ind...
Blechle - Schlosser (01/20/13)
Nicole Ann Blechle and Chad Michael Schlosser were married Sept. 1, 2012, at St. Augustine Church in Kelso, Mo. The Rev. Oliver Clavin performed the ceremony. Music was by Mimi, Jessie and Natalie Kinnison of Perryville, Mo. The bride is the daughter of Beverly and Dante Duvall and Dale and Kimberly Blechle, all of Perryville. The groom is the son of Dale Schlosser and DeRhonda Gosche of Scott City...
Eimerman - Roth (01/20/13)
Bill and Linda Eimerman of Michigan announce the engagement of their daughter, Brooke Eimerman, to Justin Roth. He is the son of Dennis and Kathy Roth of Jackson. Eimerman is a graduate of Manistique High School in Michigan. She received a bachelor of science degree from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant. She is assistant director of culinary services with Morrison Management Specialists in Chicago...
Graham - Curtis (01/20/13)
Mark and Elise Graham of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Graham, to Andrew Curtis, both of St. Louis. He is the son of Rob and Phyllis Curtis of Jonesboro, Ark. Graham is a 2005 graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in communication disorders in 2009 and a master of communication disorders in 2010, both from Arkansas State University. She is a speech-language pathologist with Dunklin School District in Herculaneum, Mo...
Heischmidt - Fischer (01/20/13)
Ken and Cindy Heischmidt of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Brooke Heischmidt, to John Fischer of Manitou Springs, Colo. He is the son of Ed and Jeannie Fischer of Custer, S.D. Heischmidt is completing a master of health science with emphasis in speech-language pathology from the University of Missouri...
Straedey - Dixon (01/20/13)
Paul and Bridget Straedey of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Joanne Straedey, to Michael Alton Dixon. He is the son of Douglas and Angela Dixon of St. Louis. Straedey is also the daughter of the late Vivian Straedey. Straedey is a graduate of Jackson High School. She received a bachelor's degree in human and environmental studies from Southeast Missouri State University. She is a child advocate at the Safe House for Women...
Out of the past 1/20/13 (01/20/13)
Approximately 275 people attended a hearing at the Arena Building last night to discuss the recommended location of a new Mississippi River bridge and connecting highway with Interstate 55; the hearing was conducted by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department to gather input on the location it is recommending for a four-lane bridge and highway running east-west across Cape Girardeau...
School menus Jan. 21025 (01/20/13)
MONDAY--No classes. TUESDAY--No classes. WEDNESDAY--Ravioli, green beans or cherry tomatoes or baby carrots, roll, mixed fruit cup. THURSDAY--Cheeseburger or hamburger, potato tots or cherry tomatoes or baby carrots, peaches. FRIDAY--Cheese or pepperoni pizza slice, corn or cherry tomatoes or baby carrots, pineapple, frosty cream...
Drugs and sports (01/20/13)
To most, it was no surprise when seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he had used performance enhancing drugs. Those who pay attention to sports know that Armstrong was fighting a losing battle when it came to defending his innocence. ...
Speak Out 1/20/13 (01/20/13)
We're trying to balance the budget, and I see where the Syrian refugees are getting $1.5 billion. Where is that money coming from? We need that money over here to balance the budget. I wonder where they are going to get that kind of money because we are in debt...
Prayer 1-20 (01/20/13)
O Lord Jesus, thank you for your abundant grace and mercy. Amen.
Snowy sky (01/20/13)
This is piacture of snowflake falling from the sky.
Moving past Fall (01/20/13)
Trail of Tears Forest Union County Illinois
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