In print: Stories in today's print and e-edition August 14
Interesting news and features published in our print edition and e-edition Thursday, August 14
On page 2: "Smart Money" columnist Bruce Williams answers letters on living sensibly in a disability income, financial loss through self-employment and a medical settlement with an insurance company. Rhonda Sullivan is selected as Marshall Habilitation Center's Employee of the Month. Most US companies avoid income taxes and retail sales drop nationwide, in stories from the Associated Press.
On page 3: Annie's Mailbox answers a letter from an assistant whose supervisor is carrying on a relationship with a colleague. Kiwanis and Optimist Club notes; Marshall Duplicate Bridge Club announces July winners. Britney Spears is "happy being a mother and an aunt," in an AP story.
On page 4: Columnist Gene Lyons writes on finding his cowboy side just as Bush lost his; Argus Hamilton comments on current events.
On page 5: AP sports stories on the Cardinals/Marlins and Royals/Sox games, Phelps' success and recent kicker auditions for the Chiefs.
On page 6: Comics, puzzles, "Astrograph" and Dr. Gott's advice for impetigo.
On page 10: DNR will host informational meeting at Arrow Rock on August 15. Nooses are found at Cape Girardeau Proctor and Gamble plant, MODOT computer security faces audit trouble, next Midwest earthquake may cause economic damage and seven are indicted in Springfield area online drug conspiracy.
Also in this Issue: August 2008 Real Estate Guide.