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The semo.net Surfers took fourth place in the Rivertown Classic II this weekend in Ste Genevieve against a tough field of 9 teams. On Saturday, the team won their second game with an 8 run rally in the fourth inning (final score 12-4). On Sunday, the Surfers took a six run lead in the first inning. Tristen Francisco took to the mound and pitched a nearly flawless game. Francisco was one out away from a no-hitter when the batter pulled a pitch just over the glove of the shortstop. The Surfers went on to win the game 10-1. They lost their final game of the day to the Ste Genevieve Elks, but their performance over the two days earned themJun 29,
Do we Americans still have what it takes to seize control in the heat of misfortune? Recent developments would suggest that we do! Folks everywhere have begun putting away the smelling salts. We’re starting to reshape our lives around the new reality of high gas costs, and in the process, benefiting ourselves in ways we had not anticipated back when the panic first hit. I don’t know from economic “bubbles”, a term experts have used to describe our harrowing housing-market situation, and the earlier dot.com explosion/bust. I’m no shrewd economic mind. But you don’t have to have a Nobel medal hanging from your neck to know that what goes up, in fact, is under no obligation to come down where theJun 26,
A wedding will soon take place in Poplar Bluff, and, not surprisingly, the bride is busy seeing to the arrangements for the couple’s simple gathering for family and friends. The major bits of the ceremony are coming together nicely; but there are things apart from the wedding itself that require thought and action as well. Taking a husband’s surname---when you are already well-established in professional, medical, insurance, government, credit, banking, and bill-paying circles by another name entirely... That would be one of those things.Jun 24,
These two musicians have been performing together since the early 80's. Pat Hunt, from Houston Texas, and Toni Becker have shared stages in some of Texas' best venues when they both were full time rock-n-roll musicians. Years have past, but the same musical drive is deep within them to perform and touch the lives of people in a way only music does. "Pat Hunt's voice is as smooth as Michael McDonald" says Toni Becker of her long-time friend. Joining the two on stage will be Williamsville's rhythm machine, Tim Hicks. This is the second time Pat has flown up to Missouri to perform with Toni. And you can only hear these two at the Wine Rack on Friday night, JuneJun 24,