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The Perryville Auxiliary with the AMvets Post 94 are hoping to raise cash to support local veterans throughout the year…

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

The AMVETS ladies’ Auxiliary Post 94 in Perryville is hosting their annual Veteran’s auction. President Karen Meyer says they are hoping to peak their earnings from last year of 64-hundred dollars! Post members should be on site on Veteran’s Day November 11th at 1pm to bid on desirable items. However they are still looking for sponsors to donate large items. She tells KZIM KSIM the auxiliary takes100-percent of the proceeds to assist men and women at the Veteran’s home in cape…

 

 

Meyer says they have about 150 members now and are always looking to add to that. If you have a blood relative in the military you can become a member. They meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month and try to plan at least one event per month.

KZIM KSIM Morning Meeting

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Educator of the Year winners with the Vice President of the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce – Tim Arbeiter

10-21-14 Coffee Break

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Fall auction to benefit area veterans with AMVETS Post 94 Perryville Auxiliary Chair Karen Meyer

Local educators will be honored this afternoon (were honored) for their dedication to students…

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the people who mold your children’s academic careers this afternoon. Vice President Tim Arbeiter says the process is long but each year they choose the best the area has to offer. He tells KZIM KSIM now in its 21st year the Educator of the Year will be honored at the Show Me Center with a reception and a resolution from the Missouri legislature. And these five outstanding teachers are dedicated and humble…

All receive a crystal apple along with the resolution and a 5-hundred dollar check. This year’s winners are Math Teacher at Notre Dame, Lenny Kuper, 1st grade teacher from Blanchard, Gretchen Bunch, Adult education and literacy teacher Cathy Matthews, Social Studies teacher at Central Academy, Josh Tomlin, and SE Missouri State University Professor of recreation Dr. Tom Holman.

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

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TODAY’S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . .

An unidentified Michigan woman, who was so drunk that she drove to a jail thinking it was the bar where her boyfriend was working.
After walking inside, reeking of alcohol, she was subjected to sobriety tests by police.
The 39-year-old failed all of them, posting a blood alcohol level that was twice the legal limit.
She was charged with DUI.

AND THEN THERE’S …..

An Italian couple who got stuck together while having sex in the ocean and needed a doctor to separate them.
The pair stayed in the ocean until the man was able to flag down a woman walking along the beach, who provided a towel for them to cover up with.
A doctor was called and they were taken to a hospital emergency room.

OR HOW ABOUT …..

President Obama, whose credit card was rejected when he went to pay for his meal at a New York restaurant.
The President told an audience that following the meal, the waiter informed him that the card had been declined.
The President then used a second card to pay for the meal.

Chamber gives thumbs-down on Amendment 3

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

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Along with many local school districts and organizations, the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce has come out against Amendment 3, the proposed revision to the state Constitution that would tie teacher evaluations to student performance.  The Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce is not taking a stance. Vice president Tim Arbeiter says the amendment wasn’t something they were asked to take a position on, and it normally takes several months to consider one. It has taken stands on issues that directly affect businesses such as minimum wage and a smoking ban. The proposed amendment also would limit future teaching contracts to three years. Teach Great, the organization initially supporting the amendment, stopped campaigning for it. Jackson chamber executive director Brian Gerau said the chamber is approached to handle different amendment issues. If something affects the community or businesses, the chamber takes a stand for it, against it or no position. The chamber board discussed the importance of maintaining a strong school system in Jackson as a tool for city growth and economic development.

Southeast MBA program on Princeton Review

October 21, 2014 Local No Comments

The Princeton Review is recognizing Southeast Missouri State University’s Master of Business Administration as outstanding. The Donald L. Harrison College of Business made the list of “The Best 296 Business Schools.” Dean, Dr. Gerald McDougall tells KZIM KSIM this proves the college is on par with what might be found at larger, better known universities.


In the profile, the Princeton Review editors describe Southeast’s program as providing a “top-notch education at an affordable price” and providing “an excellent bang for your buck” while not skimping on the quality of education.

Benton Couple arrested on drug, other charges

October 20, 2014 Local No Comments

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A Benton couple is in custody on multiple charges. 50-year old Kenneth Blankenship and 36-year old Bobbie Wipfler, of 60 Ryerson Road, were arrested Sunday night.  Scott County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team and other deputies served a search warrant at the residence, following a lead that developed during an unrelated investigation. The warrant resulted in the recovery of several stolen items, a digital scale with residue, aluminum foil and a straw with residue, and a hypodermic needle. They field tested positive for methamphetamine.  The two were charged with the Possession of a Controlled Substance, Receiving Stolen Property, and Unlawful Use of Drug Paraphernalia.  Blankenship is also facing a charge of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.  Sheriff Rick Walter says other area law enforcement agencies have been contacted in reference to items located during the search of the property.  He adds there could be out of state and federal charges filed in the case as well as additional arrests.

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