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The Cuba Free Press April 24, 2003-- 3B BHS Scoop 00Country Bears Smith 5 of 10 Haley Joe Osment as Beary Diedrich Bader as Officer Cheets, 0ammon as Big A1, Brad Garrett as Fred Julianne Buescher as Tennessee, Root as Zeb Zoober, Daryl Mitchell as Hamm, Christopher Walken as Reed Stephen Tobolowsky as Mr. Meagen Fay as Mrs. Barrington, Eli as Dex Barrington, Alex Rocco as Willie Nelson as himself, Elton Don Henley as himself, Bonnie as herself, Briand Setzer as himself, Latifah as "Cha-Cha" the bartender and as waitress. Beary is the adopted son of the family. He's happy and loved by his he doesn't quite feel that he fits in. occurs to him that he's a bear. After by his brother, Beary runs away He feels that the only place he can is at Country Bear Hall heroes, a band called the Country is their biggest fan despite them up 10 years earlier. he arrives at Country Bear Hall, he t run down and about to be demolished by Reed Thimple. The only way it can is if they raise $20,000 in four days. gets the idea to host a Country Bear Concert. This begins a road trip to get back together. What Beary doesn't that the Barrington Family believes he and a couple of cops, by the name and Cheets, are hot on his trail to home. in Greenwich Smith !hight of October 30, 1975, 15 year old Moxley was bludgeoned and Stabbed club on the grounds of her family's home. that killed Martha came from of Thomas and Michael Skakel, two been with Martha the night she and prominent in their own right, were related to the Kennedy's, as Kennedy was the boys aunt. When started looking closely at the Skakels' family refused to cooperate. years later Martha Moxley's mur- unsolved. P blark Fuhrman, the former LAPD homi- controversial role 02. Simpson trial with the bestseller Brentwood," turns his investigative murder of Martha Moxley. another case of money, power and fame r with murder? in Greenwich," Fuhrman investi- unsolved homicide from the begin- his detective skills to analyze the uncover •explosive new information- secret documents compiled by the own private investigators-Mark reveal: the local police mishandled the inves- t from the beginning. the murder weapon was found and at the crime scene. wealth and influence interfered with For more infi>rmation, call 573-468-5167 or ask a neighbor. authorities tried to stop Fuhrman's teenager was brutally murdered and well-guarded suburb. How Why did her killer get away involved in the cover-up? What the town of Greenwich itself pay in this his investigation, Mark Fuhrman will answers to these questions, as well as that everyone is still asking: Who Moxley? person in life Bunton-Nye ever stopped and thought about you look up to and admire? matter who it is a relative, actor, someone you know really well. A role someone you would like to be like attitudes or just the way they some of the high school students r at Bourbon High who were their role this is what they said. my role model would have to be my and my step-dad, Elvin, because me how to respect, love and get other people. They also taught me life and I should live it with pride and [or myself and others. They are also rae no matter what. They push me in and all my work, that is why I think in life," Keshia Bunton-Nye said. my role model because active in civic activities," Valarie Stated. because he is awesome," Bryan said. dean Gargus said, "Kim Butler is my she is always there for anything. She ray second mother. I can go to her for and she takes it to heart and she me in the right direction." model is my grandma because she is 'artist and always keeps her head up no hat the situation is," Kaylen Sanborn raOther is my role model because she hard to support my brother, sis- ter and me. She has been there for me through everything. She provided everything for me from religion to just a listening ear. I truly have respect for her. Being a single parent is hard, but I think she handles everything very well. She is a good role model," Sarah Busse declared. "My uncle Bill Tracy is my role model• Since I was little and I played little league he was my coach. He pushed me to play harder and better each day. He made me the player I am now, everything I know about baseball, I've learned from him," Jimmy Summers said. Miryha Hartung stated, "My role model is my sister, Becky, because she stays positive and sees the good not the bad. She sees the bright things no matter what the situation." "My dad is my role model, bcause he is my dad," Richie Oberkramer stated. "Darryl Kyle is my role model, because he was a great pitcher," Damon King said. "I take all of the good characteristics I see that other people have and put them all into the person that I strive to be," Maggi Bishop said. "I don't really have one role model. I just go out and be myself and I have fun. I do admire many people for their efforts and actions and if I had to name a certain role model it would be my family because I take after them in so many ways," Melissa Albright declared. Holly Keogh said, "My mommy is my role model, because she's always worked hard to sup- port our family and has always persevered her- self as a positive person to model myself after. I hope I can be as a good as mom as she is." Amy Schulp said, "Genea Hays is my role model because she is into taking pictures and scrapbooking and it is cool." So if you are ever thinking about who your role model should be or who to look up to, don't forget your role model is someone who is older and has certain important qualities in them that make them a great person. Viburnum track meet By Lindsay Knight The Bourbon High School Track team trav- eled to Viburnum on April 1 for a track meet. This meet was not a medal meet, just a practice meet. The boys did very well. Marcus Bremer placed third in the 100 meter and first in the 200 meter. Gus Banderman placed second in the shot put and third in the discus. Jonathon Phelps placed second in the mile and third in the two mile. Joey Patterson placed second in the 800 meter. Warren Byington placed second in the long jump and Bryan Riechers placed third in the two mile. The girls did• "' a great j0b to:6.:;Amber Armstrong placed £hird jn the high jump and first in the 800 meter. Kerma Evans placed third in the mile. Cassandra Bailey placed first in the long jump and 200 meter. Kaylen Sanborn placed fourth in the long jump. Rachel Lass placed second in the 300 hurdles and Samantha Tindall placed third in the 300 hurdles. Coach Jason Merkel said, "Overall the team is doing very well and I am pleased with their per- formance at this point." "Everyone is doing great in their events. I hope they do this good at upcoming meets," Bailey said. Ryan Pilkenton said, "Everybody did great at the meet. It's something to build on in upcoming meets." Golf at Potosi By Ashley Starr Parks The Bourbon High's golf team traveled to Potosi to compete in a meet. This was only a practice meet, not a medal meet. The golf team members this year are: Travis Robertson, Josh Hoehne, Jeff Phelps, Ryan Bobbitt, Warren Byington, Paul Wissmann, Eric Kaysinger and Sean Kaysinger. The only teammates who participated at this meet were Robertson who shot 54, Bobbitt, 56; SI Kaysinger, 63; E. Kaysinger, 66 and Wissmann, 68. 'qne team is improving every week and they are a very enjoyable group to work with," Coach Nathan Holder said. For nine holes, a good golfer should get in the high 30's to the low 40's. This is the beginning of the year so the guys will get better. Only five varsity members may compete in a meet. This means not all the members can play in each meet. Out of the five scores, you take the best four and that will be your team score. "I did my best, but I didn't succeed," E. Kaysinger said. Golf at Owensville By Ashley Starr Parks On April 4, the golf team went to Owensville to compete in a meet. The weather was really bad, so the team didn't do as well as they had hoped. "I thougth the team showed improvement and played well in some very adverse weather condi- tions," Coach Nathan Holder said. Travis Robertson was the top scorer with 47 points; Ryan Bobbitt, 49; Josh Hoehne, 49; ,Byington, 49; and Jeff Phelps with 56 points. Sean Kaysinger, Eric Kaysinger and Paul Wissmann also competed in the match, but they didn't score high enough to be in the top five. "It was hard to play because the weather was bad, but I think that the whole team did well," Robertson said. "It was raining ad there was close to 40 mph winds. Taking into consideration, the weather was bad, I think we played well as a team," Byington said. SEMA represenative encourages local officials to be aware o 'emergency responsibilities when an emergency occurs, local elected officials are responsible for the manage- ment of the incident, Terry Toler of the State Emergency Management Agency told the board of Meramec Regional Planning Commission. The group met for their regular monthly meeting April 10 in St. James• Toler, a planner and Area G Coordinator, explained that Chapter 44 of the state statutes dictates those respon- sibilities, which includes estab- lishing an emergency manage- ment organization and appointing a coordinator. "You can delegate authority but never the responsibility," he emphasized. He pointed out that a coordi- nator should do just that-- coordinate--and should not be trying to tell police and fire how to do their jobs, but instead should be coordinating the various agencies needed for a given emergency situation• "None of us in this room is safe," Toler said. "We must wake up to that fact and take action." In other business, the board: • Learned that the Delta Regional Authority, which includes Crawford, Dent, Phelps and Washington coun- ties, is expected to announce its next round of federal grant funding. Pre-applications are expected to be due May 30 with all projects selected and award- ed by Sept. 30. MRPC staffwill be available to assist cities and counties with applications. • Approved a contract with the State Emergency Management Administration (SEMA) to prepare natural hazard mitigation plans for Gasconade, Phelps and Osage counties. MRPC will work in partnership with local advisory boards made up .of city and county officials and emergency response agencies to identify all natural hazards and devel- op a plan of action, by county and city, for addressing them. The ultimate goal is to take action or put procedures in place now that would reduce the severity of a natural disas- ter, should it occur• SEMA is paying for the development of these three plans as they were identified as high-risk coun- ties; the state agency is now j-Got a car to sell?? ] Try the classifieds., II and sell it fast! z offering grants to the remain- ments serving Crawtbrd, Dent, ingcounties tocover 75 percent Gasconade, Maries, Osage, of the cost of preparing the Phelps and Washington coun- plans. Under a new regulation ties and their respective cities• from the Federal Emergency Officers are Chairman Randy Management Agency, a county must have an all-hazard miti- gation plan in place by Nov. 2004 in order to receive hazard mitigation funds following a disaster. • Approved revisions in MRPC's pension investment policy• MRPC provides staff members a money purchase plan, which is now managed through A.G. Edwards and Sons. • Welcomed James Brady of Rolla to his first meeting as at- large commissioner for aging. Brady replaces Decky Finn of Vienna, who was appointed to the newly created position of at-large commissioner for transportation. Formed in 1969, MRPC is a voluntary council of govern- Verkamp of Phelps County,: Vice Chairman Gary Brown.of Salem, Secretary Daryl Luecke of Osage County and Treasurer James Kleffner of Maries County. 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