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Kehl s Palmer Mortuary and Cremation Services
209 South Alaska Street
Palmer , AK 99645
(907) 745-3580
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Valley Funeral Home Inc and Crematory
2020 North Hemmer Road
Palmer , AK 99645
(907) 745-5566
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Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Merrick said. "Hung in there, proud of myself." Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, shot a 69 and tied for third with O'Hern (69), Campbell (68) and Ryan Palmer (66) at 273. McIlroy, who now heads to San Francisco and The Olympic Club to defend his U.S. Open title, had a 69 and tied three others at 274. Tour officials pushed tee times up more than three hours and sent players off both tees in threesomes to avoid thunderstorms predicted for Sunday afternoon. With so many bunched closely together at the TPC Southwind course, that set up a rollercoaster final round with as many as eight players having a piece of the lead during the day. Love, O'Hern and Merrick shared the lead overnight and had plenty of company before they teed off Sunday morning. McIlroy, Kevin Stadler and Campbell got quick birdies to join the group at 6 under, and Johnson made it a seven-way tie for the lead when he birdied his first hole. McIlroy had a two-stroke lead all to himself after four birdies through 11 holes and appeared headed to the win. But he finished with two bogeys then his first double bogey in two trips to Memphis on No. 18 after hooking his 3-wood off the tee just a bit too much. For a man who had missed three straight cuts coming to Memphis, McIlroy said he feels well prepared going into the U.S. Open after playing four straight rounds. "Looking forward to getting to San Francisco, and I can take a lot from this week into next week," McIlroy said. When O'Hern birdied Nos. 15 and 17, that set up a frenzied race to the finish with as many as four tied at 8 under in the final couple of holes. Johnson carded four birdies and a bogey in the round. He took control with his consecutive birdies, rejoining the lead pack at 8 under when he rolled in an 11-footer on the par-5 16th. Johnson then moved to the top of the leaderboard by himself at 9 under by hitting his second shot from 161 yards to 9 feet on the par-4 No. 17 before sinking the birdie putt. While Johnson waited, getting a play-by-play from analyst David Feherty, only O'Hern of Australia and Merrick had a chance to catch him, looking for their first career PGA titles. O'Hern hit his drive into the water, while Merrick hit his near the cart path and finished with his own par to match the best finish of his career. Divots: Johnson is the seventh player in his 20s to win on tour this year. ... This was the third time since 2005 that the winner of this event did not reach double digits under par. Jeff Maggert won at 9 under in 2006 and Justin Leonard won at 4 under in 2008. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Bob Dearth — Monroe, Wis.

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Dec.1, 1956, he married Shirley Hornbeck at St. Victor’s church. She survives him. Bob had four children: Laura Huston, Sandra (Walt) Rufener, Roger Dearth of Rochester, and Linda (Kevin) Palmer, along with five grandchildren.He enjoyed a lifetime in the automobile business and the Dearth “family” extended to the hundreds of his dealership employees over the decades.Being born to impoverished tenant farmers in the Great Depression, Bob felt a moral obligation to share from his business success with those less fortunate. The local United Way chose... (Post Bulletin)

Mike Connell: End of the Underground Railroad - Port Huron Times Herald

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
The region obviously made an impression, because he and his bride settled at Palmer, as St. Clair was known at the time, a few months after their wedding in 1832. The African-American heritage in St. Clair is as old as the community itself. One of the earliest settlers in the 1780s was a free black, Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, who eventually moved on with his Chippewa bride. They are remembered today as the founders of Chicago. Another early black settler was the indomitable Malinda Paris, who worshiped at the Congregational church founded by the Rev. Thompson in St. Clair. Paris was born in Kentucky in 1824. Her father was a slave, but her mother had been born free and desperately wanted the same for her children. Unfortunately, the man who owned Malinda’s father insisted the children were his property and sought to enslave them. «« »» MALINDA’S MOTHER tried to buy her husband’s freedom, but she could not raise the $1,500 asking price. Rather than risk their children’s freedom, the parents made a heart-wrenching choice, a story retold by the St. Clair Republican on Oct. 27, 1892, when it published Malinda’s obituary. (Page 3 of 5) “He urged her to take the children and go north, choosing to die there alone in slavery rather than run the risk of having them stolen from her,” the newspaper reported. “She finally did so, taking her departure in the night, her husband, unknown to his master, accompanying them nine miles of the way. “They then knelt together and prayed and sang a parting hymn, and the father turned back alone to end his life a slave, while the faithful mother hurriedly bore her children onward to a place of safety. “They never met again on earth.” «« »» THE WARD BROTHERS, among the foremost pioneers of St. Clair County, also were staunch abolitionists. Eber Ward, who worked for a time as lighthouse keeper at Fort Gratiot, made his views on slavery clear in Kentucky in 1817. “Can a merciful Jehovah sit on his throne and view the sufferings, the tears, the prayers of those desponding slaves?” he asked. His brother, Sam Ward, the founder of Newport — or Marine City as we know it today — did not hesitate to hire blacks to work on the steamers built at his shipyard at the mouth of the Belle River. Nor did Eber’s son, Eber Brock Ward, who was sent to work as a cabin boy in a schooner at age 9 after his mother’s death. “By the time he was full grown, he knew everything about a ship from keel to flag, and had bought a small vessel of his own,” historian Herbert Newton Casson wrote in his 1907 study of the early American steel industry. “For years he continued to buy ships, or build them, until he became the steamship king of the Great Lakes.” «« »» THE YOUNGER WARD and Thompson became fast friends, and they swung into action when a Southern slave hunter came searching for an escaped slave who worked as a chef on one of Ward’s boats. Ward bought his employee’s freedom and helped the chef raise the money he would need to buy the freedom of his enslaved wife and children. Jenks said it was Thompson who traveled south, paid for the chef’s wife and ...

Tiger Looks Like Tiger Again - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
By David Roth Associated Press This is not a file photo of Tiger Woods. The Arnold Palmer Invitational is a prestigious enough tournament that attracts some of the PGA’s best players and biggest names. It is also an event that would almost certainly not appear in the Daily Fix unless something dramatic and unexpected happened there. It’s a testament to how long and how far Tiger Woods has fallen over the past few years that Tiger’s convincing win at Bay Hill over the weekend qua...

Police and fire log: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 - Ukiah Daily Journal

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Low Gap Road. ROBBERY ARRESTS -- Police responded to a reported fight between two people in the 1100 block of North State Street at 10:29 p.m. Sunday, and about an hour later arrested Timmothy Palmer, 21, of Willits, and a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of robbery. The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department regarding calls handled by the Fort Bragg Police Department. MAN YELLING, THROWING THINGS -- A caller in the 900 block of East Alder Street reported at 12:47 a.m. Saturday that a man walking on McKinley Street was yelling and throwing things. A second caller at Lincoln Street and Alder Avenue also reported the man. DRUG THEFT AT HOSPITAL -- An employee at Mendocino Coast District Hospital on River Drive reported at 8:39 a.m. Saturday that drugs were stolen from the hospital's emergency room the night before. CHILD THREATENED AT PARK -- A caller in the 400 block of East Laurel Street reported at 2 p.m. Saturday that a woman had threatened the caller's 10-year-old son in the park two days ago. Police took a report. $250 EGG ROLL ORDER -- A caller in the 400 block of South Street reported at 7:06 p.m. Saturday that a Chinese food restaurant had called and told her someone had ordered $250 worth of egg rolls and used her name and phone number. Police didn't take a report because the person who ordered the egg rolls picked them up. FIGHT -- A caller at North Whipple and East Alder streets reported at 7:43 p.m. Saturday that two men jumped another man and left in a silver Honda, and that they had also hit a fence in the area. Police took a report. FIREWORKS -- A caller in the 1200 block of North Main Street reported at 2:10 p.m. Sunday that someone was setting off fireworks in the backyard. Police advised the responsible party of the law. GUNFIRE HEARD -- A caller in the 300 block of Winifred Street reported at 3:55 p.m. Sunday that s/he heard gunfire at Rose Memorial Park. Police spoke with the cemetery owner, who reported it was a 21-gun solute. DUI ARREST -- Police responding to a non-injury crash in the Safeway parking lot on South Main Street at 5:30 p.m. Sunday arrested Sylvia Young, 62, of Los Angeles, on suspicion of driving under the influence. Those arrested by law enforcement officers are innocent until proven guilty. People reported as having been arrested may contact the Daily Journal once their case has been concluded so the results can be reported. Those who feel the information is in error should contact the appropriate agency. In the case of those arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant: all DUI cases reported by law enforcement agencies are reported by the newspaper. The Daily Journal makes no exceptions. ROAD REPORTS STREET CLOSURE --Church Street will be closed for repair work between School and State streets from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Ukiah City Manager Jane Chambers. CORRECTIONS In a Page 1 story in the Sunday edition about court fee collections, the name of Mendocino County Assistant Treasurer-Tax Collector Julie Forrester was misspelled. The Ukiah Daily Journal reserves this space to correct errors or make clarifications to news articles. Significant errors in obituary notices or birth announcements will result in reprinting the entire article. Errors may be reported to the editor, 468-3526.

Edith May Sheldon Pool - Daily Herald

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Marion, Indiana, left this world peacefully on February 5, 2012 and returned to her Father in Heaven. She was born November 6, 1922, Salem, Massachusetts, to Herbert Austin Sheldon and Edith Chapman Palmer Sheldon. She was raised in Salem where she attended Schools graduating from Salem High. She was the 5th girl with a family of 7 daughters; Mary, Louise, Elsie, Emily, Edith, Anna, and Lillian. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sisters. She married Clarenc...

Mount Pleasant says farewell to Casey Buechel - Mount Pleasant Daily Tribune

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Place by the TAPME in 2011 for column writing. Buechel’s funeral was held Sunday at the Bates-Cooper-Sloan Funeral Home in Mount Pleasant. Eulogists included Daily Tribune Editor and Publisher Bob Palmer, Titus County Sheriff Tim Ingram, and Mount Pleasant Police Captain Rob Vine.Palmer said Monday “Casey Buechel combined hard work and dedication to make herself one of the top police beat reporters in Texas newspapers. She was willing to work the long hours chasing sirens in the night and staying on the scene until she could get the story for the next day’s edition.“Casey’s efforts gave the Daily Tribune a police report rarely found on newspapers this size. Her professionalism, hard work and dedication as well as understanding and compassion were recognized by her supervisors, peers and the first-responders who she covered.”“Casey will be missed,” he added. Ingram, who was also one of the pallbearers for Buechel’s interment Monday at the Greenwood Memorial Park in Fort Worth, said after he returned to Titus County Monday he still couldn’t believe she was gone.“When I heard she had died, I cried like a baby,” said Ingram.He first met Buechel in 2001, when she arrived to a vehicle search he was conducting while a patrol officer for the Mount Pleasant Police Department.“I had a car pulled over, and this woman who I had never met before came up and said, “I want to take your picture and show everyone in the paper that you’re doing your job.’ The next day my picture was on the front page of the paper.” He said years later, after he was elected Titus County Sheriff in 2008, Casey told him that happened to be the first call she responded to as the police beat reporter.Ingram praised Buechel’s prof...

Alice Jane “AJ” Witt - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Alice Jane “AJ” Witt, 78, of Palmer, passed away Saturday morning January 14, 2012. AJ was born May 6, 1933 in Dallas, TX to Ray and Wanda (Baker) Hestand. She attended school in Dallas and graduated from Adamson High School. She attended Dallas Business School and attained a Associates of Science degree. In 1953, she married Jack Carl Witt on November 27th in Durant, OK. After school, she worked as the secretary to the plant...

Dr. David Palmerton, longtime family practitioner

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Dec. 14, 1927—Jan. 10, 2012 Dr. David L. Palmerton, a Cheektowaga physician and father of eight, died Tuesday in Brothers of Mercy nursing home, Clarence, after a long illness. He was 84. Born in Binghamton, he graduated from Geneva High School, earned a bachelor’s degree from Hobart College and a medical degree from the University of Buffalo. He served in the Army in 1946-47. For 44 years, he served as a family physician in private prac... (The Buffalo News)

Dr. David Palmerton, longtime family practitioner

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
Dec. 14, 1927—Jan. 10, 2012 Dr. David L. Palmerton, a Cheektowaga physician and father of eight, died Tuesday in Brothers of Mercy nursing home, Clarence, after a long illness. He was 84. Born in Binghamton, he graduated from Geneva High School, earned a bachelor’s degree from Hobart College and a medical degree from the University of Buffalo. He served in the Army in 1946-47. For 44 years, he served as a family physician in private prac... (The Buffalo News)




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