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Bernard Thomas, 94, of Spearfish, passed away at his home on February 24, 2013. Bernard John Thomas was born on February 12, 1919 to Ludwig and Theresa (Keller) Thomas in Verendrye, ND. He grew up at Glenncross, SD and attended and graduated from Timber...
L.A. NOWAs part of Black History Month, L.A. County honored a group of U.S. Marines who broke down racial barriers....
Elvira Elizabeth "Bette" Kennedy, a World War II veteran who with her husband co-founded Dawn's Office Supply, died Friday of a heart attack at Emeritus of Towson on North Charles Street. The longtime Mount Washington resident was 89. The daughter of...
What do we really believe? To the editor: Watching the events of the last couple of months unfold, I have to ask the question: What do we really believe? We all watched as the Newtown shootings unfolded. Days after, we saw the funerals and the tears...
How glad I am that I'm too old to be starting a family. Today's young couples are facing impossible financial expectations and demands. I was reminded of that when a friend told me that her son's college education was costing $54,000 — a year....
There is a well-known quote that, “No matter where life takes you, don’t forget where you came from.” Every family can trace its own heritage and unique culture. That culture is made up of certain values, beliefs, traditions, food,...
William E. Thomas, age 89 of Belle Fourche, died Thursday, February 21, 2013 at the Fort Meade VA Medical Center in Sturgis. A memorial service will be held 10 am Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 at Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche....
Harry “Buck” Cline of Williamsport turns 90 years old Thursday. Cline is a World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army 475th Infantry Group in the Pacific Theatre — China, Burma and India — under Gen. George Stillwell....
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Donald Richie, an American expatriate in Japan who became that country's preeminent Western interpreter, explaining its culture — from cinema to Zen to tattoos — in books and essays that illuminated the author's psyche as much as that of his...
On a snowy April day in 1943, a high school sophomore from a working-class family in Flint, Mich., tried out for the major leagues. The big-city scouts were impressed and picked the lightning-quick teen on the spot — skirt and all. A month later,...
Tags: Marilyn Monroe, Baseball, Joe DiMaggio, Sports
There does not seem to be any middle ground on the issue of physician-assisted suicide. In fact, going by the reactions to Friday's column on that topic, there is no support for any ground other than that for the right of individuals to make end-of-life...
In June 2009, my husband Sam and I slammed down the hatchback of our Honda CRV, the interior bulging with containers of Legos and books, school supplies and board games, and a box of shoes, a tin of Old Bay in the glove compartment. On the roof was a...
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