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On a typical June day last year, 3-year-old Jolan Jackson was sitting at the dining room table in his booster chair waiting for his meal. Having just boiled a cup of water in the microwave, Jolan's teenage sister poured the hot liquid into a Cup...
Donald J. Lohr, 89, of Hooversville, died April 20, 2013 at Windber Hospice. Born Aug. 12, 1923 in Pretoria, the son of Herbert M. and Evalyn M. (Custer) Lohr. Preceded in death by parents; first wife Charlotte (Caldwell); two infant brothers; sisters...
Special CorrespondentEach fall Florida seems to spread a giant tablecloth over the length and breadth of the peninsula to be ready to serve up a bounty of food festivals. Here's some of what's on tap, listed chronologically: -- Sept. 1-30 -- Foodies may wish to savor the...
After some inner turmoil and much self-reflection, 15-year-old Seth Melvin says he's ready to lose his right leg. His words make his parents cringe. "I just want to get it chopped off," he says occasionally. It's a decision that's been looming for...
L.A. NOWRose Parade: 2013 float list and route map...
email@example.comWilliam “Bill” Renner grew up in Hagerstown’s West End, one of eight children. He knew what it was like to grow up poor and hoped for more. Bill saw higher education as a ticket to a better life, and after graduating from Hagerstown...
William “Bill” O. Renner, 96, of 17800 Virginia Ave., Hagerstown, Md., died Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Hagerstown. Born March 10, 1916, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Thomas A. and Grace Elizabeth (Boward) Renner. He was preceded...
Arthur George Michel, proud father, loving husband and World War II veteran, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, at the Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Center in Saginaw at the age of 86. Art was born in Detroit the son George and Catherine (Boll) Michel on...
The waiting is just about over. After several months of anticipation on the part of 68 of Kansas’ best high school players, twelve coaches, plus team managers, athletic trainers, and camp directors, the 2012 Kansas Shrine Bowl begins to take shape...
For the first 37 years of its existence, the Kansas Shrine Bowl sent hundreds of Kansas football players to St. Louis in order for the players to see first-hand the facilities at the St. Louis Shriners Hospital for Children, and to meet the young patients...
What has become a popular activity at many high schools and colleges has made its way to the Kansas Shrine Bowl in the form of an organized camp. The inaugural Dance Camp will be held this week at Emporia State University, one of several camps that...
On the field, the players (and most of the coaches) change from year to year at the Kansas Shrine Bowl, the state’s premier all-star football game featuring 68 of the state’s top graduated players. The only carry-overs from the previous...
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