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Pet photos

Heart of gold
Here's a good look at Lilly ' s heart marking on her back.

We took care of our daughter and son in laws dogs for them while they went on a little trip, the first of the year. We...

Doggy Snow Day!
Bailey the terrier and Stella the goldendoodle enjoying the snow!

Valentine Heart
Speckles, she was born with this heart. I have a valentine all the time.

Meet Senko!
Senko is a playful puppy named after Vladimir Tarasenko, a forward for the St. Louis Blues!! Hopefully Senko is the...

Domestic Bliss
James and Sophie defy all those rumors about cats and dogs.

Maleah and Sedona
best buddies

Your photos

Food Bank donation
Jennifer Wood ~ 03/02/15
Heartland Advanced Practice Nurses Network collected and donated $658 to the Southeast Missouri Food Bank. From left: Susan Jackson, MSN CNOR, APRN, FNP-BC, member of H.A.P.N.N.; Karen Green, chief executive officer, Southeast Missouri Food Bank; and Kim Keser, DNP, APRN, FNP-BE, President of H.A.P.N.N...
Do you want to build a snowman...
Toni R Pettet ~ 02/27/15
This is my daughter, Aaliyah Brown and her Snowman.
yellow bellied sap sucker
Joyce Kincade ~ 02/25/15
while looking outside at the snow, I watched this yellow bellied sap sucker walking across the yard.
The Humane Society's Featured Pet
The Humane Society of Southeast Missouri ~ 02/25/15
Macie is 4 months old. She is a beautiful, sweet kitty. Macie is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri 573-334-5837. See more available pets at semopets.org.
Ice splendor
Lynn Suhre ~ 02/24/15
As the temperatures climbed, this icicle began to form. What a beautiful site of nature.
Koenig Participates in 4-H Legislative Academy
Lesley Meier ~ 02/24/15
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Joshua Koenig of Burfordville, Cape Girardeau County, was among the youth delegates who gathered at the state Capitol Feb. 16-18 for the 11th annual University of Missouri Extension 4-H Legislative Academy. The academy, presented by FCS Financial and Gamble & Schlemeier, brought more than a dozen youth from across the state to share 4-H stories and experiences with legislators, law firms, commodity groups and state agency leaders...
Amazing Grace
Lisa Walter ~ 02/23/15
Historic Pleasant Hill Presbyterian church in Fruitland, Mo.
Fun in the Snow
Craig Enderle ~ 02/22/15
Riding my Can Am in the snow. Photo by Miranda.
Mary Ann Kagle ~ 02/21/15
Our granddaughter, who lives in WI, sent some valentines that our great grandchildren had made. They sent their great-great Aunt Bernice Kagle 91, who is my sister in law, some. They made hands that reached around her and that was a hug and a little bag with candy kisses in it. It was "hugs and kisses" from Silas, Natalie, and Silas. I thought this was a sweet idea...
Mary Ann Kagle ~ 02/21/15
I took this picture of a cardinal, out my kitchen window. He was sitting in our plumb tree as it was iced over.
Winter trees
Holly Kiplinger ~ 02/21/15
I love this old tree out in our yard. In the summer it's full and green. It the fall it is the prettiest yellow. In the winter, it holds such character about it every day outside our front window. I just really enjoy and appreciate this old tree...
Ice covered leaves
Holly Kiplinger ~ 02/21/15
This is a fun photo just showing how thick but detailed the rain froze last night.
iced chain link fence
Holly Kiplinger ~ 02/21/15
This is our chain link fence. It was covered with ice this morning and I thought it would take a really neat photo.
Icy Twig
Becky Hicks ~ 02/21/15
Ice on a tree at my house just as the temperature was rising.
Bluejay and Cardinal
susie green ~ 02/21/15
Bluejay and cardinal taken in our back yard
Commuter Blues
Doc Fiandaca ~ 02/21/15
Commuting to Southeast Missouri State University from Fredericktown is a bear. Thankfully I can enjoy the views today.
Snow Unbound
Thos II ~ 02/20/15
Snowboarding at the old Courthouse.
Snow on the Rock
Karen Grayson ~ 02/18/15
Beautiful snow on Tower Rock!! Rare to see this scene considering the difficulty of getting back to the rock after a snowstorm and braving the cold wind and frigid temperature off of the Mississippi River!!
Snow Scene
Karen Grayson ~ 02/18/15
Old railroad bridge in Wittenburg, Mo.
Goals for Gold - Doing Something
Rachelle Weber ~ 02/18/15
Believing Beyond -- The Nolan Weber Foundation was recently presented with a BIG Check from some boys with a HUGE heart. The SEMO Elite Bening Mazda Bombers (a U10 soccer team from Southeast Missouri), held a fundraising event last September in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and the late Nolan Weber. ...
Still Standing
Karen Grayson ~ 02/18/15
Old barn still standing on Hwy. C in northern Cape County
No Snow Plow Yet
Tom Preston ~ 02/18/15
Returning home from work on Monday Feb. 16th.
Missouri Pro-Life March 2015
Lester Wells ~ 02/18/15
A few of the 500,000 to 600,000 people at the Missouri March for Life in Washington D.C. on Jan. 23. The hope is that by Jan. 23, 2016, Roe v. Wade will be overturned.
Missouri Pro-Life March 2015
Lester Wells ~ 02/18/15
Lester Wells of Cape Girardeau and his sister-in-law Alice O'Connor of Cabool, Missouri, attended for the approximate 23rd time the Missouri Pro-Life March in Washington D.C. on Jan, 23. More than 600,000 people attended. The hope is by jan. 23, 2016, Roe v. Wade will be overturned...
Cross at St. John's UCC near Fruitland
George Cozby ~ 02/18/15
Cross in the snow at St. John's UCC near Fruitland MO
Valentine Night evening sunset 2015!!
Mary A. Kiefer ~ 02/17/15
Valentine evening sunset, beautiful red glow in the sky.
Kambri (17months) Enjoying her first snow!!
Jamey Courtney ~ 02/17/15
Kambri Courtney from Benton Mo enjoying her first snow!
The Barn
Kristi Watson ~ 02/17/15
My barn on My Husbands family farm
Fort A flag and Mississippi River Barge
Lisa McClard Bertrand ~ 02/16/15
Flag flying over former Fort A (Limbaugh property) with barge traveling down the Mississippi River
Winter 2015
Bob Myrick ~ 02/16/15
Creek under Cape Rock just below Snake Hill
Bluebird house
Randy Black ~ 02/16/15
Bluebird house waiting for spring.
The Big Snow
D Piepho ~ 02/16/15
This is the most snow we've seen since moving to Cape Girardeau about 5 yrs ago; 10.5" measured at a flat, non-drifted spot on our driveway.
Focus on the Lady
Glenn Schneider ~ 02/16/15
Captured these two cardinals during our snowstorm on Monday
Taking turns
Glenn Schneider ~ 02/16/15
Quite an interest in our feeder during Monday's snow storm
Live Ornaments
Glenn Schneider ~ 02/16/15
Some cardinals and friends adorn a tree during Monday's snow storm
Flags flying at the National Guard Armory in Perryville
Mary A. Kiefer ~ 02/12/15
Thursday February 12th, a blustery cold morning, the flags were flying at the National Guard Armory in Perryville.
Twins Ask for Donations to Humane Society for Birthday
Rebecca White ~ 02/11/15
Connor & Collin White, twin sons of Kerry & Rebecca White, are shown delivering gifts to the Humane Society. Instead of receiving toys or other presents for their six birthday, the boys asked their friends to bring something that could be donated to the local Humane Society...
The sunset behind my house
Chat Wonn ~ 02/10/15
The sunset behind my house in Cape Girardeau
Farmer receives Valentine
HAROLD SANDERS, SR. ~ 02/09/15
Now we gather...
Paul Nenninger ~ 02/07/15
Mallards, Canadian geese, Trumpeter swan and Northern shoveler,
Wednesday's Sunrise
Karen Grayson ~ 02/04/15
This morning's sunrise beginning to glow.
Hump Day Sunrise
Karen Grayson ~ 02/04/15
The beginning of the sunrise this morning.
Full Snow Moon
Karen Grayson ~ 02/04/15
A shot of the full snow moon taken last night.
100 Days of School-1st Grade Guardian Angel School
Teal Mangels ~ 02/03/15
The Guardian Angel School 1st Grade class celebrated the 100th day of school on Monday, February 2. The students gave out 100th day stickers to 100 students, teachers, staff, etc. They made 100 link paper chains, wore hats with 100 stickers on them, and celebrated by eating a giant cookie decorated with "100" on it...
100 days of school-Guardian Angel School Kindergarten class
Debbie Gaines ~ 02/03/15
The kindergarten class of Guardian Angel School of Oran celebrated the 100th day of school on Monday, February 2. The students in the class each brought 100 pieces of food that they combined to make a trail mix and then ate. They made and colored a caterpillar by counting by 10 to 100 and also made groundhog pictures to commemorate Ground Hog Day. They read books about the 100 days of school and then played the counting to 100 game...
KFVS12 donates to United Way of Southeast Missouri
United Way of Southeast Missouri ~ 02/02/15
Employees of KFVS12 donated $18,320.74 to United Way of Southeast Missouri's 2014 campaign.
PHS students create WWII dioramas
Kate Martin ~ 01/29/15
Students in Mr. Josh Cole's history classes at Perryville High School recently created dioramas depicting trench warfare in World War I. Pictured are (from left) Nikiti Conklin, Victor Vandeven, Kaleb Worley and Wyatt Moritz. Students could use any material to construct their dioramas, and class discussions centered around the difficulties soldiers faced when spending months in the cold, wet and disease-infested trenches. ...
First Midwest Bank donates to United Way
United Way of Southeast Missouri ~ 01/28/15
Employees of First Midwest Bank donated $1,285.00 to United Way of Southeast Missouri's 2014 campaign.
Is this my best side?
Terry Crank ~ 01/28/15
This female Cardinal was posing for me as if to say is this my best side?
Riverbank Morn
Paul Hennrich ~ 01/28/15
Riverbank at the foot of Cape Rock Park aglow with the rising sun.
sunrise before the rain
Joyce Kincade ~ 01/26/15
I saw this beautiful sunrise right before the rain clouds took over.
Ice on the mississippi
Marya zipoff ~ 01/25/15
Ice chunks floating in the Mississippi river taken at cape rock
Battle of the Bulge
Jimmy Gockel ~ 01/23/15
Bastogne War Museum Memorial, Belgium.
US Bank proudly supports Hope Children's Home of Jackson, MO
Amanda Baert ~ 01/21/15
US Bank showed their continued support for the Hope Children's Home last week by presenting the organization with $1850.00. Other forms of support the bank has provided Hope with this past year includes a volunteer work day in May of 2014 as well as sending volunteers to the Hope Chest Clothing Closet located in downtown Cape to help sort a variety of items. ...
RM COCO donates to United Way
United Way of Southeast Missouri ~ 01/20/15
Employees of RM COCO donated $5,056.00 to United Way of Southeast Missouri's 2014 campaign.
Rent One donates to United Way
United Way of Southeast Missouri ~ 01/20/15
Employees of Rent One donated $4,335.00 to United Way of Southeast Missouri's 2014 campaign.
Notre Dame Tournament-Guardian Angel School
Katrina Kluesner ~ 01/20/15
The Varsity Boys Basketball Team of Guardian Angel School in Oran, MO won 2nd place in the Notre Dame Tournament in Cape Girardeau on January 18. The cheerleader squad won 1st place in the tournament, also. In Addition, Carter Dame & Kameron Dohogne both made the All-Tournament Team. The tournament, which consisted of 16 teams, was held January 10-11 and 17-18 at Notre Dame Regional High School. Great job Redwings!!...
Omaira Rivera ~ 01/18/15
Another beautiful sunset
SEHealth Cancer Center supporting our deployed military R.E.D. Fridays
Dee Perry ~ 01/16/15
My son is deployed with the 11th MEU. He is a LCLP with the Marines. On Fridays my co workers support the R.E.D. Fridays with me, REMEMBER EVERYONE DEPLOYED....AS WE ALL SHOULD. WEAR RED ON FRIDAY FOLKS, SUPPORT OUR MILITARY!
Happy 90th Birthday Myrtle!
Mary A. Kiefer ~ 01/16/15
Myrtle M. Ochs Duvall of Perryville celebrated her 90th birthday party on Sunday December 21st 2014. She had 11 children and was married 50 years to Elders J. Duvall before his death in 1996.
Seniors brush up on natural gas safety at Ameren Missouri training session
Ameren Missouri Communications ~ 01/16/15
More than 40 seniors participated in an Ameren Missouri natural gas safety training session held this week at the Delta Community Center, discussing the proper use of gas appliances and preventive maintenance practices. Ameren Missouri's Dennis Bennett, above, provides training to emergency responders, excavators and other groups throughout the state to promote natural gas safety...
Discovery Playhouse receives $1,000 donation
Pansy Glenn ~ 01/15/15
Discovery Playhouse received $500 from Ford and Sons Funeral Home and a matching $500 from the Funeral Directors Life Insurance Company. This donation will be dedicated to a new exhibit at Discovery Playhouse as part of their 2nd floor expansion. Pictured from left: Kevin Ford and Pam Pfanstiel, Ford & Sons Funeral Home; and Pansy Glenn, executive director Discovery Playhouse. ...
TRH Accounting donates to United Way
United Way of Southeast Missouri ~ 01/13/15
Employees of TRH Accounting donated $2,944.00 to United Way of Southeast Missouri's 2014 campaign.
Great trip to Cape Girardeau with a side trip to Crystal City mine in December
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
Kayak trip. Coming into a room that has an opening to the outside in a flooded tunnel of an old mine in Crystal City. Worth the trip! Great time!
Kayaking in a mine, approaching a chamber with an opening
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
This shows a chamber with an opening to the right, so there is light (and cold air) coming in. The fog is at the top of the at the top in the distant room and is from cold air meeting the warm air in the mine. The mirror image at the bottom, is just that, the reflection from the crystal clear water...
Silhouette by opening, Crystal City mine kayaking
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
By an air shaft it was pretty darn cold, but in the tunnels it was not.
Air shaft light behind
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
An air shaft is behind us allowing light to show the tunnel. the water is absolutely clear.
Kayaking tunnel
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
The water is so clear & the lights on the bottom of the kayaks are all you need. A flashlight was used to illuminate this passage.
Kayaking after Christmas 400 feet underground.
k schulz ~ 01/13/15
We went kayaking after Christmas in an abandoned mine in Crystal City. There are NO lights in the 150 acres of clear as crystal spring fed tunnels, except those on the bottom or our kayaks. Oh my gosh this was sooooo fun. It is open to the public, but I had never known about it before...
Jackson Middle School Students of the Month for January
Mark Bliss, SoutheastHEALTH ~ 01/13/15
Jackson Middle School Students of the Month for January, from left: (front row) Owen Boyer, Dalton Schroeder, Katelyn Miller and Destinee Monighan; (second row) Assistant Principal Mike Martin, Maddie Bell, Doug Cook, Jesse Yount, Ella Outman and Principal Janelle Pope. Not pictured is Caitlin Meinke. SoutheastHEALTH recognizes these students in its role as a Partner in Education with Jackson Middle School...
Notre dame robotics team wins again
Shirley Beggs ~ 01/11/15
Notre Dame Cape robotics team wins again in St. Louis.
beautiful sunrise
Joyce Kincade ~ 01/09/15
This is what I seen when I looked outside on this beautiful morning.
River City Rodders Supports CASA
Linda Nash ~ 01/08/15
Danny Essner (left) and Jim Frank of River City Rodders present Linda Nash of CASA of Southeast Missouri, Inc. with a check to support CASA's mission of providing juvenile justice advocacy to child victims of abuse and neglect in Bollinger, Cape Girardeau and Perry counties...
Jesus' Birthday Party Cake
Debbie Gaines ~ 01/07/15
See story with Jesus' Birthday Party.
Jesus' Birthday Party
Debbie Gaines ~ 01/07/15
Guardian Angel School of Oran, MO honored Jesus with a birthday party on December 17 in the school gym. Students, church families, teachers, and staff all donated money that was used to purchase items for a family in need. Michelle Priggel, religion teacher, talked to the congregated students about the true meaning of Christmas. The school then celebrated with koolaid and a birthday cake for Jesus, made by parent, Laramie Bryant...
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