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Dupree: William F. “Willie” Schuler, 77, of Dupree, S.D., died peacefully at home Monday, Sept. 12, 2011, after a courageous battle with cancer. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. MDT Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in...
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Edna Mae (Warrenfeltz) Albright, 88, of Spring Grove, Pa., passed away Sept. 15, 2011, at York (Pa.) Hospital. She was the beloved wife of the late Stewart R. Albright, who passed away in 2009, and also of the late Preston R. Earnst Sr., who passed away...
The U.S. Supreme Court has given us two terms of remarkable support for free expression — in cases remarkable for speech that many, if not most, of us really, really dislike. And its ruling June 27 that the states cannot forbid the sale or rental of...
When some think of natural disasters, a lack of food, clean water and safe shelter sometimes come to mind. But when Angela Edgerly thought of how she could help those affected by the 2010 Haiti earthquake, she thought of people's feet. The Hoag...
Even when she goes on the road, Leigh Cappillino of Point of Grace is with her husband. Her spouse, Dana, is the guitarist and road manager for the contemporary Christian group. In fact, Dana was a member of the band before Leigh. He's been with the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen singer-songwriter Jeff Swope decided to make an album, he could have followed the conventional path of spending hours in a studio. Instead, he's literally phoning it in. Swope is taking advantage of the mobile software revolution to plug, play and...
Staff reporter150 people from across our area, both young & old, are back at home, after spending several days in Nashville, Tennessee. Their main mission was to help clean up debris from recent flooding in the state. They also worked at a food bank and helped with...
South Florida Sun-SentinelFlorida Atlantic is assured at least four TV games this fall, and possibly more, depending if the Owls are in contention late in the season. The Sun Belt released its TV schedule Monday as part of Media Days. FAU's Sept. 10 game at Michigan State will...
Q13 FOX News ReporterA college student and door-to-door book salesman who asked which neighbors had children triggered more than two dozen complaints from worried residents in the Greenwood and Maple Leaf areas. It turns out he wasn’t looking for children for a...
With the summer concert season in full swing, we're still learning about new local shows. Today's big news is that Sade and John Legend are set to visit Scope in Norfolk on Sept. 12. Sade, the singer whose soft-and-sultry style represents an artful brand...
For me, as an advocate for a free press, watching the ongoing phone-hacking flap in Great Britain involving News Corp. and media mogul Rupert Murdoch is part fascination, part revulsion and, at least for the moment, just a touch of First Amendment...
email@example.comA Harpers Ferry, W.Va., woman is leading an effort to get all 50 states to pass a bill that protects ambulance crews from lawsuits when they have to forcibly enter a home on 911 calls. Acting West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Wednesday signed what...
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