- Cape student sues, accuses school officials of slamming her to ground multiple times (04/28/16)46
- Bob Evans restaurant in Cape Girardeau among chain's 21 closings (04/26/16)9
- Missouri House votes to allow concealed weapons without permits (04/28/16)8
- Police report filed, but no charges in incident at Cape Central (04/29/16)39
- Two hurt in motorcycle wreck on Interstate 55 (04/25/16)1
- Senator introduces bill for I-57 that would connect Sikeston with Little Rock (04/28/16)4
- Law firm requests information about Cape's traffic cameras (04/25/16)2
- Local lawmakers split over failed medical marijuana bill; voters may have a say (04/26/16)19
- Local company makes eco-friendly kitty litter that cuts cat-box smell (04/25/16)
- Man accused of pointing BB gun at Chaffee resident (04/26/16)2
People & Things 12/03/02
Missouri student attends conference
Stacey Nagel, a senior at Francis Howell Central High School in St. Charles, Mo., is attending the National Young Leaders Conference this week in Washington, D.C.
The conference is a leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit. Nagel will be among 400 students from across the country to attend the event.
She is the daughter of Blane and Carolyn Nagel of St. Charles, and the granddaughter of Laura Nagel of Cape Girardeau and Carroll and Mary McAfee of Sikeston, Mo.
Kuper, Hekmat honored at appreciation banquet
Two local educators were recently honored at an Educator Appreciation Banquet held by the Missouri Academy of Science, Mathematics and Computing in Maryville, Mo.
Educators from across the state were nominated by academy students. Among those honored was Lenny Kuper of Notre Dame Regional High School, who was nominated by Stephanie Davis of Cape Girardeau. Susan Hekmat, a teacher at Central High School, was also honored. Hekmat was nominated by Stephanie Jordan of Cape Girardeau.
Area students earn spot on national dean's list
A total of 178 students from the Cape Girardeau area are among the 140,000 students included in the 25th annual edition of The National Dean's List, 2001-2002. The students are:
Cape Girardeau: Andrea Aldana, Chelsey Allsop, Steven Ariola, Emilee Atchley, Chizuko Atsumi, Kathleen Boling, Chelsea K. Bowerman, Tammy M. Bowers, Wendi D. Carter, Amanda M. Chapman, Thomas V. Clayton, Kim A. Crader, Jeannie DeVault, Amber Ellinghouse, Shana Evans, Brandi Farrow, Leslie Fehr.
Crystal Felty, Tiffany Fleitz, Kurt Glastetter, Jown Glueck, Catherine Grove, Anne Hays, Rebecca Hellrich, Danielle Hennecke, Erin Hente, Angela Hoffman, Alyssa Holyfield, Cammy Hudson, James Jenks, Andrew Jesgar, Beth Johnson, Justin Jones, Kristina Jones, Sung Joo-Kyung, Jason Kopf, Donna Kridelbaugh, Anthony Kronk, Tammy Kwikkel, Melissa Kyle.
Kavin Lankheit, Carrie Laurentius, Susan Layton, Jodi Lively, Jonathan Lowrance, Rebecca Mattes, Onica McBride, Julie McGowen, Mary Morris, Crystal Morton, Desera Nations, Tomomi Oba, Jeffrey Overbey, Julie Probst, Nicole Ray, Darcy Rigdon, Tim Robert, Samantha Russell, Jonah Sacha, Benjamin Scarborough, Larry Scheiter, Tricia Schroeder, Jennifer Smith, Manda Stevenson, Brandon Streiler, Marissa Tilley, Justin Vines, Dionna Webb, Melissa Wischmann, Jill Wittenborn, Cara Young.
Benjamin Okey, Jennifer Cova, Amanda Diamond, Lauren Ervin, Ron Farrow II, Rachel Followell, Tiffany Hackett, Hannah Hart, Michael Lee, Juliana Moore, Shelly Wittenborn.
Benton, Mo.: Tiffany Glastetter, Erin Hamm, Torey Kern, Suzanna Mack, Jairus Mayer, Lana Mayer, Rachel Mayer, Jenny Riley.
Chaffee, Mo.: Stacey Birk, Andrea Dirnberger, Aaron Glastetter, Kimberly Hinkebein, Tonya Lynn, Bethany Seyer.
Jackson: Amanda Barnhart, Devin Bell, Bruce Brown, Kara Crites, Lydia Dewees, Corrie Dudley, Michael Goodwin, Amanda Gould, Mitchell Harpster, Jeremy Heizer, Kendra Hinkebein, Larissa Hodo, Craig Hutson, Steven Ireland, Kimberly Isreal, Andrea Koeper, Brent Lewis, Sarah Lintner, Janine Love.
Dana E. Lowery, Cory McElrath, Denise McFadden, Lindsey Meyr, Brad Milde, Catherine Mills, Carolyn Ostergaard, Michelle Otte, Brett Price, Aaron Puchbauer, Jonathan Reno, Eric Rhodes, Melissa Rider, Todd Shelton, Erin Sides, Curtis Sievers.
Heather Spooler, Sarah Strack, Ryan Stroder, Sara Venneman, Baret Vickery, Erica Vickery, Andrew Wagner, Amanda Walter, Joseph Walter, Melissa Williams.
Marble Hill, Mo.: Justin Brown, Ashley Eaker, Dana Nenninger, Tyson Rayburn, Patti Stutts, Kelly Wesecher.
Oak Ridge: Julie Myers.
Oran, Mo.: Sara Heisserer, Nicole Madigan.
Perryville, Mo.: Sarah Berkbigler, Lauren Bohnert, Brandi Boxdorfer, Corey Buchheit, Michael Eggers, Lindsay Ernst, Jessica Grogg, Kristal Hoehn, Matthew Hoernig, Cori Hudson, Teresa Layton.
Jessica Lohmann, Dana Lukefahr, Jamie Martin, Amanda Masiel, Michelle Milton, Megan Narrow, Larry Nations, Andrea Noennig, Jonathan Paulus, Cora Preston, Tara Renner, Amanda Richardet, Melissa Riney, Catherine Roth, Rebecca Schuessler, Stephanie Schumer, Beth Weinkein, Carrie Womack.
Scott City: Lindsey Baker, Timothy Johnston, Christina Ledermann, Sarah Lumsden, Amy Richardson, Pamela Stephens.
Area educators included in teachers' Who's Who
Educators from area schools were recently nominated for inclusion in the seventh edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2002. They include:
From Kelly High School in Benton, RaeAnne Alpers, Joel Evans, Marty Powers, Timothy Scifres, Jami Walker.
From Scott County Schools, Connie Bertand, Vicki LeGrand.
From Southeast Missouri State University, Roy Farris, Robert Gifford, James Hays, Michael Hogan, Ernest Kern, Milo Miller, David Probst, Tamela Randolph, Dennis Seyer, Stuart Swope, Nancy Blattner.
From Scott City Schools, Loreta Templeton, Kay Kirk.
From Chaffee Schools, Tammy Brock, Mary DeLoach, Lana McAlister.
From Notre Dame Regional High School, Cynthia King, Annita Layton, Ann Welker.
From St. Vincent De Paul School, Becky Crow, Marilyn Peters, Virginia Sander.
From Trinity Lutheran School, Esther Hartmann.
From Central Junior and Senior High schools, Micquanita DeBose, Katherine Langenfield, John Patrick, Barbara Randolph, Darrick Smith, Mimi Smith, Jane Womack.
From Immaculate Conception School, Margaret King.
From Alma Schrader Elementary, Bonnie LeGrand, Naomi Neal.
From Blanchard Elementary, Gail Lowrance.
From Franklin Elementary, Dayna Powell.
From Nell Holcomb schools, Andelle Naeter.
From Kelso Schools, Karen Burger.
From Guardian Angel School, Barbara Tyler.
From Delta Schools, Mary Kidd.
From Oran Schools, Mitchell Wood.
From Jackson Schools, Tara Allen, Steve Birk, Daniel Burkemper, Michael Kiehne, Ellen Luken, Connie Stahlman, Dan Stover, James Stoverink, Gary Tyler, Wanda Young.
From Woodland Schools, Abigail Beckwith, Michael Butler, Margaret Schlief, Vickie Minson.
From Meadow Heights schools, Julie Fluchel, Judith Slinkard, Deborah Myers.
From Oak Ridge Schools, Carole Del Vechio, Martha Mangels.
-- From staff reports