Monthly Archives: March 2022

Braxton family and Traci’s husband at odds amid Traci’s death

Toni Braxton recently opened up about dealing with her sister Traci’s illness as Traci spent a year privately battling esophageal cancer. Her death shocked fans. To make matters worse, the Braxton Family Values Stars are reportedly not on good terms with Traci’s longtime husband Kevin Surratt Sr. Things are so …

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Above All Funeral Service goes the extra mile to help bereaved – South Coast Herald

Above All Funeral Service is located at 68 Marine Drive in Uvongo and is available 24 hours a day. Cabri and Rachelle van Zyl from Above All Funeral Service have been funeral directors for over 25 years and have the experience to provide your loved ones with a dignified funeral. …

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Bloomington-Normal’s New Effort Aims to Honor Fallen Military Members story

BLOOMINGTON — The Twin Cities, as part of a new partnership with America’s Gold Star Families, will honor local fallen service members with commemorative banners along Main Street. Local military service members who have died or are missing in action are featured on the 30″ x 60″ double-sided banners. Each …

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Anna Maria Peters obituaries

Anna Mary Peters, 96, formerly of Manheim, passed away on Thursday, March 24, 2022 at United Zion Retirement Community, Lititz. Born in Manheim, she was the daughter of the late Oscar H. and Naomi Young Ruhl. She was the loving wife of the late Cyrus R. “Pete” Peters, who died …

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Spirit of Rowan 2022: JC Price’s legacy is still being felt today – Salisbury Post

Although Salisbury activist Joseph Charles Price died aged just 39, his impact on the community is still felt today. And without him, Livingstone College might not be what we know today, says JC Price, post commander of the American Legion, Ollie “Mae” Carroll. Price was a black educator, orator, and …

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Memorial to slain Pierce County Assemblyman underway

Pallbearers selected by the family carry the coffin of Pierce County Deputy Sheriff Dom Calata Friday, March 25, 2022 in the celebration of the life ceremony at the Church For All Nations in Parkland, Washington AP) Tony Uberman AP PARKLAND, Washington. A memorial for slain Pierce County Rep. Dominique “Dom” …

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Norma Iris Torres, Obituaries from Warren, Ohio

WARREN, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Norma Iris Torres of Warren passed away on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 10:56 am at her son’s home. She was 56 years old. Norma was born on May 13, 1965 in Cleveland to the late Jaime Torres and Nilda Cruz. She attended East High in …

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Green Mountain Club urges hikers to avoid muddy trails

STARKSBORO, Vt. (WCAX) – Using muddy paths causes erosion and makes maintenance difficult. It also has an impact on the environment. “Be aware that the profile is in a pretty fragile state right now,” said Keegan Tierney, Green Mountain Club’s director of field programs. “A lot of people try to …

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Things to Do in Lehigh Valley This Weekend and Beyond (March 25-31)

WHAT’S WRONG? Here’s a small selection of events in the region that you might want to check out over the coming days. Check ahead as some events are being postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Visit venue websites to learn about COVID-19 safety precautions in place. The State Theater …

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Lois Louise Frazier, 80 | Bonner’s Ferry Herald

Lois Louise Frazier, 80, of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, died March 16, 2022 at the Boundary County Restorium. Born January 11, 1942 in Princeton, Minnesota to John and Laurene Boehm, her family moved to Hope, Idaho in 1946 and then to Clark Fork, Idaho. She was prom queen in high school, …

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Hundreds mourn Eastland Co. MP at funeral

Barbara Fenley was 51 years old and a sergeant in the sheriff’s office. CISCO, Texas— Editor’s Note: The video posted above is a WFAA report from last week when we spoke to Fenley’s son Jon. The video will be updated with the story about Fenley’s funeral after it airs. Friends, …

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Volunteer first responders hit by high gas prices

PIKE CO., Ind. (WFIE) — While AAA is still saying on the high end that gas prices are falling, people are wondering if this downtrend will continue. According to AAA, gasoline costs about $4.25 a gallon in the United States, down $0.08 a gallon since hitting a record high of …

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A Russian cyber attack could lead to a war. But it’s very unlikely

This activity is likely “not about espionage, it’s probably about disruptive or destructive (cyber) activity,” said Jen Easterly, director of the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, during a phone briefing with industry executives and state and local government employees, three sources said about the call, writes CNN’s Sean Lyngaas. …

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October 1 Memorial Committee meets Wednesday

Clark County October 1 Memorial Committee will meet 9 am at Wednesday March 23rdin the Clark County Commission Chambers at the Clark County Government Center at 500 Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas. Committee members will discuss the process for receiving Qualification Requests (RFQs) from professional artists and designers …

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Obituary of Debra J. Savill – Akron Beacon Journal

Debra J. Savill, 64, went home to be with the Lord on March 17, 2022. She was born on June 27, 1957 in Sutton, WV. She graduated from Springfield High School and spent 22 years with the United States Marine Corp. After her retirement, Debbie spent two years in Iraq …

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The legendary Fishtown Iced Tea is Philly’s newest canned cocktail

💌 love Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter for daily updates on all things Philadelphia. An iconic Philly cocktail will soon be available in cans, and the 12-ounce bottles will pack a fitting punch. The ready-to-drink Fishtown Iced Tea with an ABV of 9% is scheduled for …

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Rev. Jerry Edison Key | obituaries

Rev. Jerry Edison Key, 76, of Boomer, passed away Friday, March 18, 2022 at Atrium Health-Wake Forest Baptist-Wilkes Medical Center. He was born on January 19, 1946 in Wilkes County to Rev. Juddie Edison and Pearl Johnson Key. He was a US Navy veteran and attended Sharon Walker Baptist Church. …

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Spring is brewing and so are Rapid City’s seasonal plans

RAPID CITY, SD (KOTA) – Spring is officially just days away and Rapid City citizens are heading outside to soak up the sun. The city itself is preparing for this by getting normal springtime activities up and running, like the Rapid City Greenhouse, where John Berglund, greenhouse specialist, says when …

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Covid memorials, trees and services are planned in Nottingham as the city’s death toll nears 1,000

Nottingham City Council is to create “living memorials” to remember those who lost their lives in Nottingham to Covid-19. A Covid Memorial Garden is to be created in Bulwell Forest, while 1,000 trees will be planted across the city to represent Nottingham residents who have died during the pandemic. A …

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K-9 Dash procession, funeral service announced

SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – The Shepherdsville Fraternity of Police is organizing a weekend procession and memorial service for fallen K-9 Officer Dash. The procession begins at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, where K-9 Dash will receive a police escort beginning at Conestoga Parkway and ending at Paroquet Springs Conference Center. According to …

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Fiesta Days return dates announced – The Vacaville Reporter

Those who have experienced Fiesta Days deprivation over the past two years can rest easy. The multi-day festival celebrating Vacaville’s Hispanic and Western heritage returns May 26-30 for the first time since 2019. CEO Karen Juilfs called it an incredible feeling. “After a two-year break, we’re ready,” she said. “We …

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Chelsea tell fans they can’t even hand out FREE tickets to the Peter Bonetti memorial as it’s BANNED

EXCLUSIVE: Chelsea tell fans they can’t even hand out FREE tickets to a memorial service for club legend Peter Bonetti – because it’s still classified as a ‘transaction’ and BANNED under government sanctions Chelsea have said they cannot give free tickets to a memorial service for Peter Bonetti The event …

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Yakima cities are talking about a team approach to crime-fighting

When the Yakima City Council meets on Tuesday, it will discuss a proposal from the Yakima Valley Intergovernmental Conference to tackle local crime. YVCOG brings a regional crime resource center to the Yakima Valley. It’s a team approach to funding local crime fighting They say it’s an opportunity for all …

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Highlighting the designated public viewing location to safely watch JPD Corporal Ben Cooper’s funeral procession.

Joplin, Mo. — Those of you who wish to pay your respects to Joplin Police Department Corporal Ben Cooper on Tuesday (03/15) have several ways to do so. One of them watches the funeral procession pass by. On the map above, we’ve highlighted the designated section of Joplin where the …

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The update on Lucy the Elephant’s makeover in Margate, NJ

I miss Lucy! We’ve been expecting this for a while, and many New Jersey 101.5 staff have written about it or discussed it on the air. But the time has finally come. According to an article on NJ.com, Lucy the Elephant’s revamp is actually underway. And the sounds of this …

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The Queen’s diary is under review amid fresh health fears

The Queen’s diary is ‘reviewed’ amid new health fears: Her Majesty, 95, ‘accepts that the foibles of long life are catching up to her’ and commitments are to be curtailed – although she remains ‘committed’ to her duties Sources say the monarch is not ill and remains committed to her …

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Obituary for Ann T. Lombardo – Press & Sun-Bulletin

Ann T Lombardo CONKLIN, NY — Ann T. Lombardo, 90, of Conklin, reunited with her husband Chuck on Sunday, March 6, 2022. She was passed away by Chuck in 2015. daughter, Patricia (Barry) Ilse, Vestal Virgin; three sons, Charles (Sandy McCarthy) Lombardo, FL, Gary (Debra) Lombardo, Conklin and Mark (Cami) …

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Lei court to preside over the lei day

HONOLULU (KHON2) – May 1st is Lei Day in Hawaii. The City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation has appointed the members of the lei court for May 94thth Annual Lei Day celebration. The lei court will preside over the celebrations at Kapiolani Park on Sunday, May …

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Gerald D. Frederick Obituary – The Beaver County Times

Gerald D Frederick Polk – Gerald D. Frederick, 74, of Polk, passed away on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 after a short illness at UPMC Northwest in Seneca. He was born on December 25, 1947 in Anita, PA to the late Elmer and Violet Fenstemaker Frederick. He graduated from Hopewell High …

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Book review of Sandy Hook: An American Tragedy and the Fight for the Truth by Elizabeth Williamson

More horrors were to come. In the following ten years, the families of the murdered children were mercilessly tortured and persecuted. They have been repeatedly doxed, their home addresses, credit records, social security numbers and home phone numbers posted online to use racist and anti-Semitic profanity from callers. Their tormentors …

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New Cumberland Council discusses warehouse garage, staff, road issues | News, Sports, Jobs

Craig Howell MEETING – The New Cumberland Council held a regular meeting on Thursday and agreed to move ahead with the installation of a new storage garage in the town, as well as various staffing matters. The meeting was postponed to Thursday after the council failed to …

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Dorothy J. Him – Times News Online

Published on March 10, 2022 8:16 am Dorothy J. “Dot” Him, 99, of Allentown, died on March 7, 2022 at her home in Luther Crest, South Whitehall. The wife of the late John “Jack” M. Him, the couple celebrated 69 years of marriage before his death in 2012. Born in …

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William J. Skinner (Leonard) obituary

William J Skinner (Leonard) Johnson City, NY – William J. Skinner (Leonard) 66, of Johnson City, NY, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, March 5, 2022. parents, Stanley Cole-Skinner and Arlene (Lewis) Skinner; son, William J. Skinner Jr.; sister, Esther (Skinner) Cosner; brother-in-law, Milo O’Dell and Tom Thomas; …

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Fun places for kids in Corpus Christi, come rain or shine, for all budgets

Don’t let the words “I’m booed” ruin your day with the kids. Check out our list of kid-friendly businesses and attractions in Corpus Christi and find something to keep them happy and entertained, indoors or out. Opening hours and prices are subject to change, particularly during spring break and public …

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Elizabeth “Betty” Bergkessel Wike, obituary in Brookfield, Ohio

BROOKFIELD, OH (MyValleyTributes) – Elizabeth “Betty” Bergkessel Wike of Brookfield, Ohio was called to her heavenly home on Friday March 4, 2022. She was 84 years old. Elizabeth was born on March 31, 1937 in Sharon, Pennsylvania to Joseph and Helen (Fendya) Bergkessel. She was a 1955 graduate of Sharon …

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LA Fleet Week sails from Labor Day through May – NBC Los Angeles

What you should know May 27-30, 2022 in and around the Port of Los Angeles The events, which include boat tours, concerts and more, used to take place over Labor Day Weekend It was decided to align LA celebrations with New York Fleet Week The end of summer in Southern …

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Joseph Anthony Benz | obituaries

Joseph (Joe) Anthony Benz, born on March 26, 1933, passed away peacefully on March 3, 2022. Joe was preceded in death by his parents August and Theresa Benz. He is survived by his nearly 67-year-old wife, Donna (McNett) Benz; and his children Joseph Benz Jr.; Charles (Kimberly) Benz; Rex (Peggy) …

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A memorial service for Cynthia Stieglitz Turner will be held on March 9 | instead of obituaries

Cynthia Goldfinch Turner Funeral services for Cynthia Stieglitz Turner, 74, will be held at 1 p.m. on March 9 at the Goldfinch Funeral Home, Conway Chapel, conducted by Don Odom. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Cemetery. Mrs. Turner died at her home on March 6th. Born in Conway on November …

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$4 per gallon prices this weekend amid war between Ukraine and Russia

Gas prices just keep rising, and a gallon of regular gasoline in the US is likely to average $4 before the end of the weekend, analysts forecast on Saturday. Gasoline costs have risen in recent weeks as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine puts pressure on global oil markets. At the same …

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Schuylkill County obituaries for March 4, 2022

78, of Minersville, died Monday at Geisinger St. Luke’s Hospital. He was born on July 30, 1943 in Hartford, Connecticut to the late Robert Lee Carter, Sr. and the late Susie May Reed Carter. He attended Arsenal High School; and was a Massachusetts Army National Guard veteran who served in …

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Landing page proposed for six city websites; Artist Chosen for Memorial Plaza Sculpture – The Advocate-Messenger

The Danville City Commission heard a proposal for a project with The Idea Farm to create a landing page for Danville websites at its meeting Monday. Emma Jackson, CEO of advertising and marketing agency The Idea Farm in Danville, gave a presentation about the site. She said Danville has no …

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Bertha Cordova Obituary – The Pueblo Chief

Bertha Cordova Bertha Cordova (Esther Bertha Marie Therese), 86, of Pueblo, born November 28, 1935 in Walsenburg, Color. passed this life on February 24, 2022. Bertha was a wonderful wife, daughter, mother, grandmother and sister. Her parents, Domingo and Corah Duran, preceded her in death; her brother Leo, J. Duran; …

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– Obituary: Donna Mae Hunt

Donna Mae Hunt AUGUSTA – Donna Mae Hunt, 84, of Augusta, Maine, passed away peacefully on February 27, 2022 of natural causes. Donna was born on August 1, 1937 to the late Carroll and Esther Wheelock in Waterville, Maine. After graduating from Lawrence High School in 1954, she worked for …

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Rosetta L. Cramer | News, Sports, Jobs

Rosetta L. Cramer, 72, of Sheffield, Pa., formerly of Bradford, Pa., passed away peacefully on February 21, 2022 at UPMC Kane Hospital. She was born on January 1, 1950 in Bradford. She married Jack Cramer, who preceded her in death. Rosie was a Protestant by faith. She loved …

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Heavenly Services client loses everything after paying £6,000 for his own funeral

A devastated man claims he lost all his life savings after paying £6,000 to funeral directors Heavenly Services in Hull before the collapse. Michael Laws, of Lovett Street in Cleethorpes, wanted to pay for his own funeral to ease the worries of family members. He decided to put £6,000 into …

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West Lafayette marks COVID-19 Memorial Day | Messages

West Lafayette, Indiana (WLFI) – West Lafayette leaders are taking action to recognize the impact of COVID-19 in their community. City introduces COVID-19 Victims and Survivors Memorial Day. The decision was formally approved at this week’s Board of Public Works meeting. In his proclamation, West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis says …

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Gov. Mills promised $500 check revised upwards

cha ching A few weeks ago, the governor’s State of the State address announced that there would be a surplus based on the revenue forecast and that Mainers would receive a $500 check. Unexpected and a bonus. But wait, there’s more. After yesterday (JanSt) Revenue Forecasting Committee Meeting Expected to …

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Sharlotta Wyvon Wilson

Sharlotta Wyvon Wilson, 81, of Farmington, died Monday, February 28, 2022 at WVU Medicine Fairmont Medical Center surrounded by her family. She was born in Clarksburg on April 27, 1940; the daughter of the late Coble Smallwood and Kathleen (Brown) Smallwood. Sharlotta was a retired lieutenant colonel in the Army …

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Video shows Mexican drug cartel gunning down mourners

A chilling video showed members of the drug cartel lining up several people against a wall during a funeral – shooting them dead, cleaning up the scene and leaving a bag full of brains. The gruesome attack came Sunday ahead of a memorial service for the mother of a suspected …

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