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Apr 13, 2017

The unmistakable air of spring: blooming flowers, trees full of chirping birds

Call Bob Ross at (573) 262-3298 for appliances.Tuesday is also Election Day -- remember to vote!April is book-sale month at the Chaffee Public Library.The CHS FCA Annual Celebrations of Faith will be held at the Chaffee High School gym at 6:30 p.m. on April 19. Those of all faiths are welcome.Garden assistanceSusie Pobst says that Terry Lee is going to work up the garden at the Senior Center and Anna Kinder will help with the planting and maintenance. We thank them for volunteering, but it is a big job and they need help. Please call Susie or Lisa at (573) 887-3600 if you can pitch in.Cleaning discoveryJust in time for the Citywide Spring Cleanup, Richard and I have been busy at our house with our spring cleaning. He found some old Christmas cards on the top shelf of mother's closet. One was dated 1953, and some were signed and some pre-printed. Here are some of the names that you may remember: Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Clubb, Victoria McChesney & Mother, Lloyd G. "Jerry" Briggs, Peggy, Heeb Family, Arthur and Emma, Floya and Ed, Dr. and Mrs. A.E. Riehl, Teri-Lee and Van, John and Dorothy Wirth, Louis & Marietta Gilmer & children, Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Hood, Ella and Frank Booher, Art, Dolores, Jill and Shelley Ann Rayburn, Leo & Rose, Dottie and Mel Hunsaker, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Harvill, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Highfill, Carrie-Mack Martin, Effie, Tom & Pauline, Jae, Stroup. The signing of just the last name of Stroup made me smile, thinking it might be Jerry Stroup's grandmother, a faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Chaffee.Reminders Remember to tell that special person in your life that you love them -- those three words mean so very much.Email your news to me at or leave a message at (573) 887-6430 or (214) 207-7839.And then ...Then there was the theft in Italy of $100,000 worth of Parmesan cheese and $60,000 worth of wine. (Southeast Missourian)

Feb 2, 2016

Space Coast community reflects on fallen astronauts

Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee through the presentation of an annual student Scholarship. Following the ceremony, members of the public were invited to visit the plaques and to leave their own messages or private mementos; in short order, Christa McAuliffe’s memorial was piled high with letters, notes, and drawings from school children, with an honorary apple also being left for the first member of the Teachers in Space program. On Feb. 1, thirteen years will have passed since the loss of Columbia and the crew of STS-107. During this period every year, officials, elected representatives, and private citizens pause to reflect on the loss of the three crews. It has been 49 years since a fire at Launch Complex 34 cost the crew of Apollo 1 their lives and thirty years since the loss of Space Shuttle Challenger. img class="wp-image-51046 size-full" src="" alt="Apollo 1 STS 51 L STS 107 NASA image posted on SpaceFlight Insider" width="960" height="256" srcset=" 300w, 768w, (SpaceFlight Insider)

Jan 8, 2016

High school roundup: Delta boys basketball team ends losing streak

Scott Pohlman 10, Devon Wilfong 13. FG 26, FT 4-9, F 15 (3-pointers: Baremore 2, Bragg 2, Douglas, Liley. Fouled out: None.) Bloomfield 73, Chaffee 49 Alex Gibbs scored a game-high 15 points as the Wildcats notched their 10th win of the season in the road victory over the Red Devils. Nathan Newell added 13 points for Bloomfield (10-1), which led 36-24 at halftime and outscored the hosts by 10 points in the second half. Alec Bogenpohl had 11 points to pace Chaffee (3-9). Bloomfield 18 18 21 16 -- 73 Chaffee 11 13 14 11 -- 49 BLOOMFIELD (73) -- Tim Hector 6, Caleb Pulley 3, Peyton Bell 9, Nathan Newell 13, Kyle Anderson 3, Austin Bond 4, Austin Phillips 5, Tyler Battles 6, Noah Vandiver 9, Alex Gibbs 15. FG 20, FT 9-18, F 23 (3-pointers: Hector 2, Newell 2, Bell, Phillips, Battles, Vandiver. Fouled out: None.) CHAFFEE (49) -- Auggie Knutson 1, Gabe Henson 5, Tanner Chaney 1, Ryan Holderfield 4, Jordan Wilburn 9, Landon Tenkhoff 8, Alec Bogenpohl 11, Austin Copeland 9, Devohn Foulk 1. FG 15, FT 13-24, F 16 (3-pointers: Copeland 2. Fouled out: None.) Perryville 58, Dexter 40 Conner Stark sank a game-high 14 points to lead the Pirates in the road win over the Bearcats. McGwire Bartley and Josh Robinson added 10 points apiece for Perryville (8-3). Jacob Pedigo recorded 11 points to pace Dexter (4-7). Perryville 17 8 13 20 -- 58 Dexter 7 8 13 12 -- 40 PERRYVILLE (58) -- Jacob Robinson 2, Aaron Mueller 2, McGwire Bartley 10, Conner Stark 14, Josh Robinson 10, Nathan Noland 8, Austin Mueller 2, Wyatt Johnson 2, Ryan Noland 8. FG 20, FT 9-9, F 14 (3-pointers: Jo. Robinson 2, Stark. Fouled out: None.) DEXTER (40) -- Jason Jarrell 7, Jacob Pedigo 11, Ethan Flowers 9, Tyler Heil 4, Gabe Jackson 9. FG 15, FT 3-5, F 14 (3-pointers: Pedigo, Flowers. Fouled out: None.) JV -- Dexter won 77-44 Freshmen -- Dexter won 37-31 St. Vincent 57, Jefferson 48 Trevor Leible tallied 14 points and six rebounds as the Indians downed the Blue Jays at home in the teams' third encounter this season. Tyler Monier recorded 12 points and six assists for St. Vincent (6-6, 1-0 JCAA Conference-Small Schools Division). Jordan Rellergert notched 11 points and seven rebounds and Luke Wibbenmeyer tossed in 10 points for the Indians. Mike Reed scored 14 points and Tyler Gosnell added 13 points for Jefferson (5-7, 0-1). Jefferson 11 12 13 12 -- 48 St. Vincent 9 15 19 14 -- 57 JEFFERSON (FESTUS) (48) -- Mike Reed 14, Tyler Gosnell 13, Easton Null 8, Josh Mobley 8, Brendan Hammock 5. FG 12, FT 6-7, F 26 (3-pointers: Reed 2, Null 2, Gosnell, Hammock. Fouled out: Hammock, Mobley.) ST. VINCENT (57) -- Trevor Leible 14, Tyler Monier 12, Jordan Rellergert 11, Luke Wibbenmeyer 10, Darren Ernst 6, Joe Whistler 3, Blake Hennemann 1. FG 16, FT 19-38, F 10 (3-pointers: Leible 2. Fouled out: None.) JV -- St. Vincent won 54-24 GIRLS BASKETBALL Delta New Year's Tournament St. Vincent sophomore Jackie Verseman netted a game-high 12 points to help the fifth-seeded Indians to a 40-21 victory keep the eighth-seeded Panthers winless in a consolation semifinal of the Delta New Year's Invitational Tournament. Hannah Gotto and Jenna Winkler added five points apiece for St. Vincent (7-4), which posted a 15-point lead at halftime on its way to the win. Sammatha Miles had six points to pace Meadow Heights (0-11). St. Vincent will face sixth-seeded Puxico for the consolation title on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Puxico disposed of seventh-seeded host Delta 48-37 in Tuesday's other consolation semifinal. Sophia Hancock scored 24 points to account to lead Puxico (5-4), while Katelyn Pierre tossed in 11 for the Indians. Freshman Macey Smith notched 10 points for the Bobcats (3-8). St. Vincent 40... (Southeast Missourian)