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Stories from Monday, October 15, 2012

Late Rally (10/15/12)
The Sikeston Bulldogs football team overcame a second-half deficit on Saturday to remain undefeated. See Standard Democrat sports!
Former car deal enters guilty plea to bank fraud (10/15/12)
CAPE GIRARDEAU - - A longtime Charleston car dealer could spend up to 30 years in jail after entering a guilty plea to bank fraud charges. Richard Galemore, 65, of Cape Girardeau, pled guilty today involving his out-of-trust sale of more than 40 vehicles, or approximately one-half of the dealership's total inventory, which caused the bank to suffer a loss on the loan in excess of $500,000...
Rambling on (10/15/12)
Despite the fog, many bicycle enthusiasts took part in the Cotton Ramble on Saturday.
Brantley finds calling during internship in D.C. (10/15/12)
BENTON -- College senior Brittany Brantley knew her future was in law, but what she didn't expect was to become involved with children. However, after an eight-week internship in Washington, D.C., Brantley is one step closer to her goal of becoming a child advocate...
Robbery under investigation (10/15/12)
CARUTHERSVILLE - Pemiscot County Sheriff deputies are searching for three suspects wanted in connection with a residential robbery. Pemiscot County Sheriff Tommy Greenwell, said at about 4 a.m. Friday his department received a call from a person at a residence on State Highway F, west of Holland. The caller stated three persons were inside the residence demanding money...
Rally 'Dogs: Sikeston erases late deficit to zip past Jennings 33-14 (10/15/12)
sports@standard-democrat.com ST. LOUIS -- For the third straight week, the Sikeston Bulldogs faced a deficit in the third quarter and for the third straight week they rallied to victory. The Bulldogs overcame deficits to Jackson and Cape Central the previous two games and they were down 14-8 late in the third quarter on Saturday afternoon in St. Louis against Jennings...
Offense surges as Lady Hawks earn trip to state tournament (10/15/12)
sports@standard-democrat.com BENTON -- For the second straight game everything seemed to click for the Kelly Lady Hawks and the result is another trip to the Class 2 final four in Springfield. Combining stellar pitching performances from Alexis Dock and Kristi Brucker with a 13-hit effort at the plate, the Lady Hawks were able to take down visiting Hartville 13-0 in five inning on the mercy-rule Saturday at Kelly High School...
Tyler Lake (10/15/12)
SIKESTON -- Pallbearers for services conducted today at First Assembly of God Church for Tyler Joseph Lake, 1-day-old infant son of Brian and Kathy Lake, who died on Oct. 10, 2012, were: Robert Templeton and Jim Calvin. Honorary pallbearers were: Davis Wilcox, Matt Matthews, Charles Stokes, Steve Leible and Rick Green...