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Stories from Sunday, May 19, 2002

Acupuncture is valid way to treat patients (05/19/02)
SIKESTON - To some people, medical acupuncture sounds like an uneasy marriage between east and west, ancient and new, magic and science. To Dr. Mohammad Kagzi, a doctor of internal medicine at MDMC and medical director of the SEMO Health Network in New Madrid, medical acupuncture is just another valid method of treating patients and improving the quality of their lives...
Residents work to save homes (05/19/02)
SIKESTON -- When Jerry Kelley first noticed the rising level of water in the ditch that sits in his front yard on Pam Street, he was forced to take off work Friday to preserve his home from being consumed by the flood of water pouring in from the street...
Sikeston: King of spring (05/19/02)
It seemed appropriate on Thursday that Sikeston's baseball team clinched a district title. After all, it was "sweeps" month on television. With the Bulldogs' 7-6, 10-inning victory against Kennett, Sikeston made it a clean sweep this spring with four district championships in four sports...
The 2002 All Standard Democrat Softball Team (05/19/02)
ABOUT THIS TEAM: The 2002 All-Standard Democrat Softball Team is a collection of the best softball players in the Standard Democrat coverage area. Players were selected by position, based on their performance in the spring season. Teams in our coverage area include Oran, Chaffee, New Madrid County Central, Portageville, Scott City, Charleston, Kelly, East Prairie, Delta, Richland, Dexter and Scott County Central. Photos were taken by Lance Hanlin...
Orlin Feagan (05/19/02)
SIKESTON - Orlin "Roy" Feagan, 59, died at 11 p.m. May 17, 2002, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Born Sept. 9, 1942, in East Prairie, son of the late Elmer and Willie Youngblood Feagan, he had been a truck driver for 20 years for Ed Eubanks Trucking in Dexter and was a member of the Sikeston Community Church...
Edward Chipp (05/19/02)
DEXTER - Edward Chipp, 76, died May 17, 2002, at the Missouri Southern Health Care Hospital. Born Sept. 6, 1925, in St. Louis, son of the late Joseph and Tillie Kliminsky Chipp, he was a truck driver for Siedel Furniture, a veteran of the U.S. Navy in World War II, and was affiliated with the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Dexter...
Alton Sutter (05/19/02)
CAPE GIRARDEAU -- Alton Sutter, 78, died May 16, 2002, at Chateau Girardeau. Born Aug. 15, 1923, in Puxico, son of the late Alfred and Addie Rucker Sutter, he had lived in Puxico most of his life and moved to Cape Girardeau in 1994. A member and a deacon of the First Christian Church in Puxico, he was the owner and operator of the Puxico Mercantile for many years. ...
Mildred Stroud (05/19/02)
MOREHOUSE - Pallbearers at services conducted Friday at Watkins and Sons Funeral Home for Mildred F. Stroud, 77, who died May 14, 2002, were: Timmy Cagle, Junior Stroud, Bob Wilson, Mike Boshell, Randall Laminack and Danny Parker.
Lucille Lowe (05/19/02)
SMYRNA, Tenn. - Lucille Lowe, 76, died May 17, 2002, at the Peachtree Center and Rehabilitation Center. Born May 21, 1925, in Detroit, Mich., daughter of the late Jacob C. and Stella Spalding Ortwein, she was of the Catholic belief. On Nov. 8, 1956, she married Tommy Lowe who preceded her in death in November 1983...
Births 5-19 (05/19/02)
CHARLESTON - Deandria McCauley and Shauntay Craig are the parents of their first child, a son, born April 22, 2002, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston. Daishjaun Monye McCauley weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce and was 18-inches long. Maternal grandparents are Gloria McCauley and the late Charles McCauley...
Looking Back 5-19 (05/19/02)
SIKESTON - In honor of the 11th birth anniversary of her daughter, Joan, Mrs. J.S. Bishop entertained on Saturday afternoon with a birthday party. The guests included Marilyn Yoffie, Mary Ann Hitchcock, Laurene Fowler, Phyllis Ann Garner, Jan Nix, Shirley Brown, Lucy Jo Aufdenberg, Margaret Thrower, Lillian Ancell and Hope Edwards...
Gephardt takes lead in smear campaign (05/19/02)
Missourians should be collectively embarrassed by the political trickery of the honorable Rep. Dick Gephardt of our fine state. The union-backed liberal darling of the far left extreme, Gephardt wants so much to be president that he will stoop to any imaginable and some unimaginable levels to advance his partisan agenda. He showed his true colors this week following a report on the Sept. 11 tragedies...
Speakout 5-19 (05/19/02)
Why was the BMX track taken out of the Complex? It used to be there several years ago. I think it would be a great thing to have again for our youth so they could enjoy a safe sporting event instead of riding in the streets. I'm sure a lot of parents would be interested in having their child involved in a racing program for possibly a small membership fee. ...