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Edmund G. “Bud” Rowland, 91, Laurel View Village, formerly of Richland, died June 11, 2011, at Laurel View. Born Dec. 24, 1919, in Johnstown, son of the late Edmund B. and Mary E. (Dudenhofer) Rowland. Also preceded in death by first wife,...
Aberdeen's Mid-Day Connection luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Ramkota Hotel, 1400 Eighth Ave. N.W. Karen Anderson of Sioux Falls will speak on “From Darkness to Light.” Singing Families from Leola will perform. Cost: $9....
Klaas Romkes of the Netherlands and RenŽ Dessaules of Germany, both exchange students at Selby Area schools, will speak at the Great Plains Christian Women luncheon at noon Thursday at the Cloverleaf Cafe in Selby. Alex Rau will sing. Karen Anderson...
Redfield Mid-Day Connection will meet at noon Wednesday at Leo's Good Food. Helen Whitley of Redfield will present the feature. Music will be presented by Karen Jungwirth and Karen Anderson of Sioux Falls will be speaker. Her talk is titled "From the...
Special to the Chicago TribuneIf you're a long-time Chicago-area resident, you likely remember 1970s-era Bolingbrook for its best-known features: a truck stop, a cheesy indoor amusement park and a hodgepodge of cookie-cutter subdivisions. Fast-forward to 2008. The southwest...
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Special to the TribuneWith two young children in tow, my husband and I decided we shouldn't try to drive from Chicago to Memphis in one day. So, after seven hours and five bathroom stops, there we were -- in Shawnee National Forest's Garden of the Gods -- with just enough...
Sentinel Staff WriterOn the afternoon of May 3, 2004, Brandi saw two grown-ups in uniform at the front door and called for her mother. Karen Anderson was on the phone, arguing about a bill, and when she saw the military officials, she dropped the phone. "Go to your room,"...
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-->In the tidy, tightknit Long Beach seaside neighborhood of Naples, Dorothy A. Dearaujo was known as "our artist" because she captured the area's canals, boats, shops and homes in detailed, flashy water colors. Dearaujo, a cheery, independent 82-year-old...
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