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Stories from Monday, April 11, 2005

Fowler named 'Woman of the Year' (04/11/05)
NEW MADRID - Citing her many activities in service to others, the Pi Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored Diane Fowler Sunday as their "Woman of the Year." Fowler, who is the assistant athletic director at New Madrid County Central High School and a health instructor, was praised by the group for her years as a coach and the development of a sports and fitness program in the district which has produced numerous outstanding female athletes...
MDMC above national average (04/11/05)
SIKESTON - Those who need a carotid endarterectomy don't need to look any further than Missouri Delta Medical Center to get one. MDMC officials won't say they are better than everyone else, "but in this one aspect of medical care, our team here provides a quality of care as good as any center in the country," said Kevin P. Rankin, general/vascular surgeon...
Late errors cost 'Dogs in tourney (04/11/05)
HEATH, Ky. -- The Sikeston Bulldogs came out of the McCracken County Wooden Bat Tournament with a 2-2 record, but the final game on Saturday left them with a bitter taste. The Bulldogs held a 4-3 lead against Heath with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, but back-to-back errors allowed the Pirates to tie and win the game, 5-4...
Roundup: Shorthanded Sikeston track teams fare well (04/11/05)
JACKSON -- Sikeston boys finished fifth and the girls seventh in the Jackson Invitational track and field meet on Saturday. Complete team finishes in the 15-team boys field: 1. Poplar Bluff, 2. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame, 3. Cape Central, 4. Perryville, 5. Sikeston, 6. Jackson, 7. Fox, 8. Murphysboro (Ill.), 9. Fredericktown, 10. Cairo (Ill.), 11. Dexter, 12. Kelly, 13. Windsor, 14. De Soto, 15. Anna-Jonesboro (Ill.)...
Constance Antrim (04/11/05)
ESSEX -- Constance E. Antrim, 68, died April 11, 2005, at Missouri Southern Healthcare in Dexter. Arrangements are incomplete at Rainey-Mathis Funeral Home in Dexter.
Joyce Gray (04/11/05)
PUXICO - Joyce A. Gray, 59, died April 9, 2005, at her home near Puxico. Born July 22, 1945, in Marston to the late James Robert and Sarah Melissa Ford Gray, she formerly resided in Marston until moving to Puxico 25 years ago. She was affiliated with the Baptist Church...
Looking Back 4/11 (04/11/05)
SIKESTON - Ollie Lewis of the Lewis Sales Co. revealed today that the company has purchased the J.W. Marshall property. Lewis said they plan to build on the property just as soon as they can get materials and the permission to build. NEW MADRID - New Madrid, along with other towns in the Southeast Missouri district, will go on daylight savings time Sunday, April 25, under an ordinance passed by the board of aldermen at the regular April session of the council Monday night. ...
Your view: Pursuit of happiness (04/11/05)
Finally, Terri Schiavo is dead! Now can we all get back to our individual Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of our happiness? After all, the most important thing March 31, 2005, is my Happiness! God wants me to be happy! I've heard all the passionate arguments on all sides of this so-called "right to die" issue. ...
Your view: Stop abuse (04/11/05)
Society seems to have forgotten that aside from air and water, children are our most precious resource. However, some of our lesser, no-good-to-the- human-race disturbed people, tend to prey on children. Parents sometimes help this tragedy along by not teaching their children one very important lesson of life. ...
Speakout 4/11 (04/11/05)
The title of this should be a costly yard sale for us. Back on March 5 my husband and I participated in a indoor yard sale at the Vanduser Church of God Family Life Center. If you are the lucky person who purchased the Noah's ark boat, please look inside the door that opens. ...