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Stories from Tuesday, October 16, 2001

Center to welcome youngsters for Halloween (10/16/01)
SIKESTON - To youngsters, Halloween is a night devoted to gathering goodies - and lots of them. Yet with bad memories of past incidents, parents are becoming increasingly cautious of the holiday. But what if there was an alternative that would ensure...
Cable rate hike coming (10/16/01)
SIKESTON - Despite Charter Communications' choice of actor-comedian Dan Aykroyd as their new advertising spokesman, Sikeston Charter Cable customers aren't likely to find a coming price hike very funny. Charter Communications announced in September they...
Center of the Earth (10/16/01)
Sikeston Middle School students got to travel all over the world on Monday afternoon with the help of the Earth Balloon. Celeste Fraser of WhereAbouts Inc. spent the afternoon talking to the kids about the various regions and geographical differences of the world...
Sikeston soccer squad wins first match in tourney (10/16/01)
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- Sikeston won its first round match in the Cape Central junior varsity soccer tournament on Monday, blanking Farmington 3-0. The Bulldogs finished with 25 shots on goal compared to Farmington's seven as Sikeston keeper Jake Marsh recorded six saves...
Kelly cross country team competes (10/16/01)
PARK HILLS - Kelly's cross country team took second place in the North County Invitational on Saturday. The Hawks finished with 45 team points, finishing behind Farmington who collected 22 points. Kelly was followed by Viburnum (93), Notre Dame (105), Meadow Heights (169), North County (189) and Oak Ridge (204)...
SHS takes second in tournament (10/16/01)
POPLAR BLUFF -- Sikeston's volleyball team spent all day Saturday at the Three Rivers Community College High School Volleyball Invitational and came home with a second place trophy. Ten teams participated in the event, split into two pools with five teams each. The top two teams from each pool advanced to bracket play...
Juanita Redman (10/16/01)
BLOOMFIELD - Juanita Redman, 83, died Oct. 15, 2001, at Southern Missouri Healthcare in Dexter. Born March 12, 1918, in Malden, daughter of the late Joe and Bessie Jackson Harris, she was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Bloomfield and had been employed by Elder Manufacturing in Dexter...
Ray Gramlisch (10/16/01)
ZALMA - Ray A. Gramlisch, 77, died Oct. 13, 2001, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Born Sept. 3, 1924, in Chaffee, son of the late John and Annie Sadler Gramlisch, he was a bricklayer for more than 61 years and attended the Assembly of God Church in Greenbrier...
Looking Back In Time (10/16/01)
SIKESTON - Mrs. B.J. Marshall entertained a group of children at a party Monday afternoon in honor of the third birthday anniversary of her daughter, Judith Ann. Guests were Carol Logan Green, Shirley Reed, Wendall Hall Jr., D'Anna Fowler, Harry Garwood Sharp, Bobby Mow, Glenn Matthews Jr., Tony Heckemeyer, Patty Allard, Billy Sutton and Robert Harwell...
Meeting change is key to success (10/16/01)
Time was when Bethlehem Steel and Polaroid Camera were household names. Giants in their respective fields, the two major U.S. corporations were rock solid examples of the American business culture. Both companies filed for bankruptcy protection this week bringing to a close another chapter in business history...
SPEAKOUT (10/16/01)
I was so proud of way the Bulldogs played against New Madrid and I am really impressed with the sportsmanship of the New Madrid coach. What a wonderful example he set for our young men. The person who called in about the Junior Miss contest has it all wrong. ...