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Genevieve “Gyp” Haynie – Now Habersham

Genevieve “Gyp” Lou Green Haynie, 83, of Cornelia, GA, died March 10 after a courageous two-year battle with lung cancer. Born in Forest Park, Georgia on December 4, 1938, she was the daughter of the late Elmo Dunn and Adelaide Estelle Hill Green. Gyp, as her friends and family called her, was married for 45 […]

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A medieval stone-built manor house in Devon’s Dartmoor National Park which comprises 243 acres of rich farmland and a fantastic range of outbuildings

Known as “one of the finest quadrangular houses in the country”, Morwell Barton is an imposing Grade I listed house with 10,000 square feet of renovated accommodation. Penny Churchill takes a look. According to a Financial Times report, people are returning to UK offices in greater numbers since the start of the pandemic, with the […]

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Hugh Leman | Obituaries | Logansport Pharos Grandstand

Hugh Leman February 13, 1927 – February 14, 2022 Hugh Leeman, 95, died Monday, February 14, 2022, the day after his 95th birthday at his Wynnfield Crossing residence in Rochester. Born February 13, 1927 in Hamilton County, Indiana, he was the son of the late Joseph Harvey Leeman and the late Grace Edwards (DeVaney) Leeman. […]

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Stark Parks Seeks Funding for Devonshire Park Trail Expansion

JACKSON TWP. – Stark Parks is seeking public funds to redo the trails and add a new one at Devonshire Park. The park district submitted a request for $194,679 to the Clean Ohio Trails Fund through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The funding would be used to replace the 0.7-mile mown nature trail that […]

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Becoming an adult alone in a car is not exclusive to the cinema

“And I felt like I belonged. I felt like I could be somebody. As this quote from Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” evokes in its beautiful and haunting chorus, there’s something about flying in a car that makes you feel like you can leave what you know behind. and do anything. Although the narrator of this […]

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Looking for a safe place

By Tamara Joly Finding a safe and inclusive place to live in this world eluded me. I couldn’t find it in rural Pennsylvania. Might be a “safe place” for some, I felt anything but safe growing up there. I was kicked out of birthday parties, tagged undated, teased about my hair, and called racial slurs. […]

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Rinehart, Mary L. 1939-2022 St. Joseph, Missouri | Obituary

GRANT CITY, Mo. – Mary Loretta Rinehart died Wednesday, January 26, 2022 in St. Joseph. Loretta was born on November 30, 1939 near Allendale, Missouri to Hope and Elva (Hass) Daniels. She graduated from Grant City High School in 1957 and then from Guard Business School in 1958. Loretta married Thomas William Rinehart on May […]

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Sandra Williams (Yantone Welch) Roush

Sandra Williams (Yantone Welch) Roush, 79, ascended to heaven on January 24, 2022, just before her 80th birthday. Born January 28, 1942 in Los Angeles, California to the late Lura Pauline (Williams) Welch and the late Albert Yantone, she spent much of her childhood on her great-grandparents’ farm in Greencastle, Indiana, as well as in […]

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Sadler III, Edward T. 1956-2022 St. Joseph, Missouri | Obituary

Edward T. Sadler III, 65, of St. Joseph, died Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at a St. Joseph Health Facility. He was born on August 9, 1956 in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, the son of Rubye and Edward Sadler. He graduated from high school in California and later attended Highland College in Highland, Kansas. He married […]

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Obituary of Margaret Laurent (1953 – 2021) – Leominster, MA

Leominster – Margaret Ann (Flanagan, Williams) St-Laurent, 68 of Leominster, passed away on December 29, 2021 after a courageous battle with ALS at home surrounded by her loving family. Margaret was born January 19, 1953 in Leominster, daughter of James and Julia (Ashe) Flanagan. She leaves behind her loving and devoted husband Ronald St-Laurent who […]

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🌱 East Bay Park + Stabbed Antioch + Sideshow Crackdown programs

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Jeri Karges, your Concord Daily host. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Rather cloudy. High: 52 Low: 41. Rent this space! Are you a a local business owner or merchant in Concord? We would love to start connecting local businesses with our amazing readers. Learn more about […]

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Meet the Class of 2025

Didn’t have time to go through the few hundred introductory messages of the 2025 class? Do not worry. “The Wellesley Snooze” has you covered. We’ve done you the favor of compiling the most common Wellesley introductory posts so that you feel more connected to the fresh meat – I mean the early years – as […]

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Rumor has it that Captain Kidd’s famous treasure can be found on this Connecticut island

Visitors can only reach this island on foot at low tide, and to this day none of the treasures that may have been buried there have been found. The story of pirates is a popular topic among those who find the idea of ​​sailing the Seven Seas and uncovering buried treasure fascinating. After all, who […]

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Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Presents Environmental Awards 2021 – Delco Times

MIDDLETOWN – The Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Association recently presented the organization’s annual environmental awards at the Tyler Arboretum in Media Barn. The awards, which celebrate commitment to the environment and local watersheds, were presented to: Harrah’s Philadelphia, of Chester, who received the Corporate Stewardship Award; Garrett Williamson, of Newtown Square, who received the Organizational […]

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Obituary of Melvin Hurley (1946 – 2021) – Toledo, OH

Melvin D. Hurley Mr. Melvin Hurley, 75, went to be with the Lord on October 5, 2021. Mel was born in Springfield, Illinois, on May 8, 1946. He grew up in the Springfield area and graduated from Waverly High School in Waverly, IL. . Shortly after graduation, he enlisted in the US Navy and was […]

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Passionate Belfast mountain bikers build new network of trails in the city

BELFAST, Maine – Mountain bikers looking for rugged and wooded terrain have a new option in Belfast, where a new trail system has opened on City Point Road. The El Depot Mountain Bike Park Trail is located on municipally owned land that served as a public ski resort also known as El Depot about 50 […]

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Philly teenager commemorates 1,500 migratory birds killed by striking city buildings

The goldfinch she saw killed when it flew into the glass of a tiger enclosure at the Philadelphia Zoo left a deep mark on Victoria Sindlinger, when she was only 10 years old. This is one of the reasons she was so horrified last year when Philadelphia reported bird deaths on a much larger scale, […]

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Ruth Ellis – Osceola-Sentinel Stand

Marilyn Ruth Ellis, daughter of John Orville Goodwin and Eula Carolyn (Ashby) Goodwin was born on August 2, 1942 in Osceola, Iowa and went to join her Lord and Savior on September 22, 2021 at age 79. Ruth was educated at Mormon Trail High School where she graduated in 1960 and then attended the American […]

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Lois Marilyn (Gangwish) Stewart | Obituary

Lois Marilyn (Gangwish) Stewart was 97 when she passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at the Royal Plaza in Lewiston after a short illness. Lois was born to Harrison Gangwish and Augusta Ruhter Gangwish on February 26, 1924 in Arriba, Colorado. Lois grew up there on a farm with her two siblings, Geraldine and […]

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The Day – The grand opening of the northern section of the ambitious Tri-Town Trail will take place on Sunday

When hiking advocates designed a walking trail from Preston Community Park to Bluff Point in Groton in 2008, one of the stated goals was to instill community pride and cooperation between the three cities. Karen Parkinson de Ledyard, president of the Tri-Town Trail Association, will tick that target on Sunday when the 4.2-mile north section […]

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Penn State alumnus walks the Pacific Crest Trail

WYOMISSING, Pa. – Penn State alumnus Cody Yackanicz, 2017, is a member of an exclusive club: He is one of more than 2,600 people to have hiked the entire Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), according to the Pacific Crest Trail Association. . The PCT is a continuous path from southern California to the Mexican border to […]

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Obituary: Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair

Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair 1914 – 2021 BRUNSWICK – Evelyn Louise (Ham) Phair, 107, died on September 27, 2021 at her home. She was born July 21, 1914 in Fairfield, Maine, daughter of William Cilley Ham and Alta Sawyer Ham. She attended Fairfield schools and graduated from Lawrence High School in […]

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Democrats say a civilian climate body will create jobs. Here is how it might work.

Inspired by the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s, the Climate Corps would put people to work in short-term jobs or training programs focused on renewable technologies and building resilience in the face of the climate crisis. “The CCC is about saving the planet, but it’s also about making the planet a place where people […]

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Hélène L. Ferrare 1941-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

POLAND – Helen L. Ferrara, 80, died Friday evening, September 25, 2021, at her home in Youngstown. Helen was born January 28, 1941 in Youngstown, daughter of the late Mike and Helen Hlubik Bezyak. Helen was a 1959 graduate and Salvatorian from Seminary High School in Poland. After graduation, Helen worked as an accountant for […]

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The All-Black Everest team aims to diversify the outdoor industry

DENVER (AP) – Phil Henderson sees the outdoor industry as a cruise ship. It took a long time for the largely white industry to embrace people of color. But the ship turned. Almost every corner of the industry is focused on building a diverse population of outdoor enthusiasts. “We just need more propulsion. We need […]

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Courtney Michelle Schoner | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtney “To research” Michelle Schoner, 33, of Mayfield, New York, died of a long illness on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at her home with her family by her side. She was born on June 22, 1988 in Amsterdam, New York, the daughter of Joseph “Dad” and Michelle (LeFever) Schoner. She attended Mayfield High School and […]

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For over 20 years, this mother-daughter duo has walked the entire Bruce Trail

It has taken a mother-daughter duo from Kingsville, Ont. 20 years to complete a 900 kilometer hike on the Bruce Trail since setting foot on the trail. Mary Verbeek and her daughter Kristine Verbeek began their hike on September 9, 2001 when Mary was 49 and Kristine 25. The trip started in Niagara and ended […]

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B Magazine: Better Business Bureau Executive Brings People and Nature Together Through Bird Watching (9/8/21)

Whitney Quick, Regional Director of the Better Business Bureau, Thursday, August 5, at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center. Whitney Quick, Regional Director of the Better Business Bureau Cape Girardeau, uses her love of birding to bring people together to be one with nature. Quick recently started a Facebook group for bird enthusiasts, Murder on […]

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Ronald Gonzalez’s Passion for the Outdoors Leads to National Park Job | Local News

UNK graduate Ronald Gonzalez, fourth from right, was interned at Wind Cave National Park in southwest South Dakota this summer and then accepted a full-time ranger position there- low. Courtesy By TYLER ELLYSON, UNK Communications HOT SPRINGS, SD – Ronald Gonzalez has always been interested in wildlife, nature and other “outdoor stuff”. He was born […]

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The Recorder – Speaking of Nature: New Sworn Enemy: The American Oystercatcher

Published: 08/22/2021 5:00:11 PM In 2014, I visited Martha’s Vineyard and discovered I had a nemesis of the holidays: the osprey. This ubiquitous bird has been seen almost everywhere, but was extremely uncooperative for most of my stay. When I had a camera in my hand, the bird seemed to know how to stay far […]

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Obituary of Jennifer Matwijiw (1970 – 2021) – Texarkana, TX

Jennifer Evans Matwijiw1970-2021Jennifer Evans Matwijiw passed away peacefully on August 14, 2021, with her family by her side, after a sudden and unexpected medical incident. Jennifer was born January 24, 1970 in Houston to Arthur F. Evans III and Sandra Evola Evans. She grew up in the Houston area and attended St. Stephens Episcopal Day […]

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San Francisco man dies while hiking Golden Canyon Trail in Death Valley National Park

DEATH VALLEY, Calif. (KRON) – A San Francisco man has died while hiking the Golden Canyon Trail in Death Valley National Park, officials said. On August 18, national park staff received a report of suspected heatstroke and ongoing CPR at around 1:40 p.m. A search and rescue was launched and park rangers located the man […]

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Betty J. (Cor) Lehr | Obituary

Betty J. (Horn) Lehr, 99, of Sayre, Pa., Passed away peacefully on Sunday, July 18, 2021 at the Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center after living a happy and fulfilling life. She was born January 18, 1922 in Sayre, Pennsylvania, daughter of the late Frank and Laura Horn. Betty was a graduate of Sayre High School […]

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Obituary of Marion Peck (1930 – 2021) – Ayer, MA

Ayer Marion Pauline (Keyes) Peck, 90, of Natick MA passed away peacefully. Born December 22, 1930 in Hamtramck, MI to the late Cass and Frances Keyes. She met and married her husband Bruce E. Peck Jr., in Hamtramck, in love since high school. They lived in Detroit Michigan, Southern California and Arlington MA before settling […]

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Plan like a ranger when you visit national parks

Attendance at national parks is increasing and should continue to grow throughout the summer. Great Smoky Mountains National Park experiences high monthly visitor numbers, suggesting we could surpass 2019’s record 12.5 million visitors by the end of 2021. Even during the 2020 lockdown, the number of GSMNP visitors reached 12 million. Like many parks and […]

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Donald Lee Whipp – Villages-News.com

Donald lee whipp Donald L. Whipp (86) joined his Heavenly Father on July 17, 2021 after a four-year battle with cancer and lung disease. Don was born in 1934 in Frederick, (MD) and moved to The Villages (FL) in 2005. He graduated from Frederick (MD) High School in 1952 and served almost three years in […]

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Students at Downey High School staff rescued after being stranded during Mt. Baldy hike

Rescuers hoisted a group of 15 students and staff from Downey High School to safety after becoming stranded on Mount Baldy, including two teenagers who got lost and spent the night on the mountain, have officials announced Tuesday. According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, about 51 students from the high school football and […]

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I’m just passing by! | The Dartmouth

Every year, groups of Appalachian Trail hikers pass through downtown Hanover. by Meghan Powers | 07/16/21 3:10 am With the White Mountains as its backyard, Dartmouth has always provided a temporary home for passing hikers, whether they’re just hiking the area or trekking the entire Appalachian Trail. If your curiosity has ever been piqued by […]

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Shirley reichenbacker

SEYMOUR Mrs. Shirley “Ma” Dean (Oathout) Reichenbacker, 83, of Seymour, passed away on July 6, 2021 at Schneck Medical Center, surrounded by her loving family. Born in 1937 in Indianapolis, IN, she was the daughter of the late Paul and Katheleen (Wray) Oathout. On June 18, 1955, she married Jack Reichenbacker. Shirley graduated from Cortland […]

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New National Park designation spurs change at New River Gorge

NEW RIVER GORGE, W.Va (NewsNation Now) – When Kyle Kent isn’t teaching social studies in high school, you can find him climbing the Appalachians as a mountain guide. “It only took me a few days to realize ‘Oh wow, I love this place and I think I want to make this house.’ It came really […]

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William Robert VanNoy | The everyday world

William Robert VanNoy passed away peacefully on June 15, 2021, while in hospice care at Montesano Health and Rehab in Montesano, Washington after a long battle with diabetes, kidney failure and other health complications, at the age 69. He is survived by his wife, Karen, and their son, Gharett. William “Bill” VanNoy was born August […]

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David L. Houser | Carroll County Comet

David L. Houser was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He passed away on Friday, June 18, 2021 at the age of 72 at Sainte-Élisabeth Est Hospital in Lafayette, surrounded by his family. David was born in Lafayette on July 20, 1948, son of Alma E. Leslie and Fred W. Houser. He […]

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Pamela Turner obituary (2021) – Tecumseh, KS

Pamela “Pam” Jean (Budden) Turner Tecumseh – Pamela “Pam” Jean (Budden) Turner, 70, of Tecumseh, Kansas, passed away on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. She has resided in Rossville since 2013. She was born on June 22, 1950 in Topeka, daughter of Frederick and Jean (Ward) Budden. She graduated from Shawnee Heights High School in 1968 […]

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Quintina J. Huestis | Bourne obituary

Quintina Jane Huestis, a former resident of Pocasset, died suddenly at her home in Pascoag, Rhode Island on June 5. She was 62 years old. She was the wife of David A. Huestis for 35 years. Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, she was the daughter of Ruth A. (Souder) and Anthony J. Pala. Her early childhood […]

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Michael W. (Mike) Nolan | Obituary

Michael W. (Mike) Nolan, 78, a longtime resident of Waverly, died on Saturday morning, June 5, 2021 in Elderwood, his home for nine years. Michael was the son of the late Alice Murphy Nolan and James Nolan. He was predeceased by his little sister Nora and his brother-in-law Bryce Sheffler Jr. He is survived by […]

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Betty Degen, 94, Hawarden | Hawarden Independent / Ireton Examiner

HAWARDEN – Betty Degen, 94, of Hawarden, a loving mother of four, traveled to her eternal heavenly home on Sunday, May 30, 2021, to join everyone who has been there before. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 3 at the United Methodist Church in Hawarden, with the Reverend Barb […]

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Dora receives $ 268,755 for runway lights; comes short for the full path

DORA – Dora City Council agreed on Thursday to accept the Recreational Trails Program grant – although much less than expected – for lights along its walking, running and biking trail, which may strain the city ​​to leave the end of the trail off until it can find more funding. Councilor Randy Spears was absent. […]

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Skylar Diggins-Smith, Nneka Ogwumike, Sue Bird, and Diana Taurasi Cover SLAM 232

When the WNBA was first launched in 1997, its first well-known tagline was We Got Next. Twenty-five years later, the League is about to embark on a historic season as it celebrates its quarter of a century existence, and it’s no longer about We Got Next but We Got Now. Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi […]

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James van der sloot

James van der sloot James Van Der Sloot, 82, of Sheldon, Iowa, died on May 5, 2021 at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His services were held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 10, 2021 at the First Reformed Church in Sheldon, Iowa with Rev. Paul Van Maaren ~ Officiating.Interment was held […]

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Prepare for the hike! The Seattle Trailhead Direct shuttle service returns in June.

Through Seattle Times reporter Trailhead Direct, a transit service to the trails, will be back on June 5, King County Metro announced Tuesday. The popular shuttle service will take passengers to the Issaquah Alps and Mount Si on weekends and holidays until September 26. According to King County Metro, masks will be required on board […]

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Obituary: Lillian Blain Finn – What’s Up Newp

By O’Neill Hayes Funeral Home Lillian Blain Finn 92, passed away peacefully on Sunday May 9, 2021 in Saint Clare-Newport surrounded by her family. She was born October 2, 1928 in Holyoke MA, attended St. Catherine’s Academy, Newport RI, and graduated from South Hadley (MA) High School. She worked in the former Steiger’s Department Store […]

Savannah reacts to Warnock victory
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Savannah reacts to Warnock victory

Warnock wins Georgia, Loeffler does not concede Democrat Raphael Warnock won one of two Georgia Senate polls on Wednesday, becoming the first black senator in his state’s history. He beat Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, who did not concede Wednesday morning. (January 6) PA Raphael Warnock, a born and raised son of Savannah, was elected to […]

How to manage your tuition fees when you’re struggling to save
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How to manage your tuition fees when you’re struggling to save

Nothing hurts parents more than receiving a huge bill during a time when things are financially tough, especially when it comes to your child’s education or general needs. With the guidance of financial expert Lacey Filipich, you won’t end up with a huge bill at the start of each quarter. Parents choose to pay for […]