Sunday, November 28 2021

Obituary of Richard Rector (1928 – 2021) – Fort Worth, Texas

Cheryl A. Landers

Richard “Dick” Rector May 12, 1928 – September 21, 2021 Fort Worth, Texas – Richard (Dick) Rector passed away peacefully […]

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Adirondack Community Chorus plans Christmas concert on December 4th | Donations to the community

Cheryl A. Landers

LOWVILLE – Members of the Adirondack Community Chorus, led by Peg Nuspliger, will perform a Christmas concert benefiting the Lewis […]

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Brian Piccolo Award Ceremony in Rehoboth

Cheryl A. Landers

The eighth The annual Brian Piccolo Awards Ceremony, attended by over 50 UNICO members and guests, took place on November […]

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HBSC takes him out of the park with a donation dinner | Northeast Kansas

Cheryl A. Landers

The Hiawatha Championship Sports Complex continues to move closer to reality, as the Hiawatha Baseball and Softball Club held its […]

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Michael T. Myers | Obituary

Cheryl A. Landers

Born in Frog Hollow, MD on June 5, 1950, “Michael T” Myers, 71, entered Heaven on November 9, 2021 from […]

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On this day in Yonkers history …

Cheryl A. Landers

The Abbey Inn in Yonkers By Mary Hoar, President Emeritus of the Yonkers Historical Society, Recipient of the 2004 Key […]

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The voice of the community:

Cheryl A. Landers

Veterans Day was November 11. Last year, the town’s ceremony was held outdoors and the public was not allowed to […]

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“Thank you:” Milford’s new elected official was sworn in at a special ceremony

Cheryl A. Landers

MILFORD – The city’s newly elected officials, led by longtime mayor Benjamin Blake, took center stage Monday at the Veterans […]

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How Cowboy Bebop and John Cho kept the soul of the anime alive in live-action

Cheryl A. Landers

Thursday was the evening “jam session” on the New Zealand set of the new Cowboy Bebop, but not the kind […]

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Land Dedicated for New Tri-County Community and Veterans Support Center | New

Cheryl A. Landers

LEED – Veterans Day may still be a few days off, but a host of volunteers and supporters came to […]

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