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Wendell B. Stoltz — Austin

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Jesse, Whittney, Sydney, Lathan, Isaac, Isaiah and Brayden; two brothers, Daniel (Pam) Stoltz of Apple Valley and Larry Stoltz of Austin; three sisters, Marjorie Grubbs of Arizona, Beverly Finholdt of Austin and Sandra (Herman) Smidt of Denver, Colo.; and many other wonderful friends and relatives.He was preceded in death by his parents and four brothers, Darrell, Richard, Kenneth and Marvin.Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday at the Worlein Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation will be held on Tuesday evening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Worlein Funeral Home, and one hour before the service. Interment will be at Rush Lake Cemetery, Rush Lake, Iowa, on Thursday at 3 p.m.Military rites by American Legion Post 91 and V.F.W. Post 1216.Memorials are preferred to the ALS Foundation.Worlein Funeral Home of Austin is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at www.worlein.com. (Post Bulletin)

Rangers rally but come up short, 11-7 to Rockies - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Lewis said. "They put the bat on the ball and made key hits when they needed to. They took advantage of mistakes. That's the way it goes." During their winning streak - since an 11-3 loss to Arizona on June 14 - the Rangers didn't even allow more than three runs in a game. The Rockies, who won for only the third time in 16 games, led 5-0 after Tyler Colvin and Chris Nelson had consecutive two-out, two-run singles in the third. After Colorado scored three more times in the fourth against Lewis (6-6), Wil Nieves and Dexter Fowler - the Nos. 8 and 9 batters - homered on consecutive pitches in the fifth off reliever Michael Kirkman for three more runs and an 11-1 lead. "They put runs on the board. They hit the ball hard all day," manager Ron Washington said. "We might have had a chance to win it if we put some more runs on the board, but we had to score 12 to win and we only put seven on." Nelson Cruz homered twice for two-time defending AL champion Texas (44-28), which lost for only the third time in 14 games and still has the best record in th...

Charlotte Bobcats hire Mike Dunlap as coach - Chicago Sun-Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
St. John’s program after head coach Steve Lavin took a leave of absence to deal with prostate cancer. Dunlap has spent most of his career at the college level and has worked under Lute Olson in Arizona. He joined St. John’s after serving as the associate head coach on Pac-10 staffs at Arizona and Oregon. Arizona went 21-14 in 2008-09, advancing to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16 before ending the season with a loss to top-seeded Louisville in the NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal game. Dunlap joined Oregon’s staff in 2009-10 and the Ducks posted a 16-16 record. Prior to working at Arizona and Oregon, Dunlap spent two seasons in the NBA with the Nuggets working under head coach George Karl. The Nuggets compiled a 95-69 (.579) record during his tenure and made two playoff appearances, including a 50-win season for the 2007-08 Denver squad, a first for the organization in 23 seasons. Early in his career, Dunlap also served as an assistant coach at Southern California under George Raveling, and as an assistant coach at Iowa. He also spent five years as an assistant at his alma mater, Loyola Marymount University. In between he spent 10 years at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

Kevin Cuneo's TakeThirty: Nashville finally honors Owens' Bakersfield sound - GoErie.com

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Dust storms buried our house and blew our fields away, so we decided to try our luck in California," he said. The family made it as far as Arizona before the car gave out. Owens was stranded there with his parents, two sisters, brother, aunt, uncle, grandmother and cousin. The family survived the next few years by digging ditches and laying pipe. In the hot Arizona sun, it must have been miserable work. "I vowed that I would earn enough money to make sure I would never be hungry or too hot or too cold ever again," Owens told our class. Then he explained how he'd become a millionaire many times over. First, he made certain that he maintained ownership of all his music. "That way, when the Beatles recorded 'Act Naturally,' or Ray Charles did 'Crying Time,' it was money in my pocket, not somebody else's," he said. In the 1960s, Owens moved to Bakersfield after learning that many Dust Bowl evacuees were creating a fertile country sound there. It was a harder and edgier sound than what other country stars were playing in Nashville. The Californians embraced the very rock 'n' roll that singers in Tennessee were rejecting. As hits such as "Mental Cruelty," "Together Again" and "I've Got a Tiger by t...

Watching the Cubs in Arizona - Canton Daily Ledger

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Cub faithful that you can start saying, "Wait Until Next Year" right now.Reason for GoingLet me make one thing clear from the beginning. The Daily Ledger did not send me to Arizona for three weeks to cover the Cubs. I went of my own free will. I chose to go. And may I add that I had a very good time. I also learned a lot about the Cubs and how Spring Training is run.Theo-ocracyIf you have any question as to who is running the Cubs, you need only look as far as the cover of their media guide. There are no pictures of Kerry Wood or Starlin Castro or God forbid, Alfonso Soriano. The full page picture is of Theo Epstein with a headline that reads, "POWER TRIO". There is absolutely no question as to who is running the show. But that is where the ever dangerous word "Hope" comes into play.PracticeI attended ...

Pharmaceuticals plant that plans to hire 700 to break ground - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Nephron has a 250,000 square-foot facility in Orlando and distribution centers in Kentucky and Arizona. Kennedy and her husband have pledged $30 million to the pharmacy program at the University of South Carolina, the second largest gift in the school’s history.

Donald Garrett Dies at 94; Was CEO of a Lemon Grove Retirement Home - Patch.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
U-T San Diego obituary. He was 94. “Don joined the Army Air Corps as a flight instructor at the beginning of World War II and trained pilot cadets how to fly at Thunderbird Field in Glendale, Arizona, until the end of the war,” said his obituary. “Flying was his passion. Over many years, Don and Mae along with his two siblings, sister, Isabelle McCrae, who was a Women's Airforce Service Pilot (WASP), and his brother, Brig. Gen. Wayne Garrett, MD, and their spouses, routinely flew around different parts of the United Stat...

Santorum, Romney in tight duel for Ohio - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
The former Massachusetts governor campaigned into Super Tuesday on a winning streak. He captured the Washington state caucuses last Saturday, days after winning a little-contested primary in Arizona and a hard-fought one in Michigan. He won the Maine caucuses earlier in February. The victories helped settle his campaign, which was staggered when Santorum won a pair of caucuses and a non-binding Missouri primary on Feb. 7. Santorum and Gingrich have vied for months to emerge as the sole conservative alternative to Romney, and they battered him as a moderate who would lead the party to defeat in November. But Romney, backed by a heavily financed super PAC, countered Gingrich’s victory in the South Carolina primary with a comeback win in Florida. Last week, it was Santorum’s turn to fall, as Romney eked out a win in Michigan after trailing by double digits in some polls 10 days before the primary. (Page 4 of 4) Santorum’s recent rise has translated into campaign receipts of $9 million in February, his aides announced last week. Even so, Romney and Restore our Future, the super PAC supporting him, outspent the other candidates and their supporters on television in the key Super Tuesday states. In Ohio, Romney’s campaign purchased about $1.5 million for television advertisements, and Restore Our Future spent $2.3 million. Santorum and Red, White and Blue, a super PAC that supports him, countered with about $1 million combined, according to information on file with the Federal Election Commission, a disadvantage of nearly four to one. In Tennessee, where Romney did not purchase television time, Restore Our Future spent more than $1 million to help him. Santorum paid for a little over $225,000, and Winning our Future, a super PAC that backs Gingrich, nearly $470,000. In Georgia, where Gingrich acknowledged he must win, the pro-Romney super PAC spent about $1.5 million in hopes of holding the former...

A defiant Ron Paul faces a winless day of primaries - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
The former Massachusetts governor campaigned into Super Tuesday on a winning streak. He captured the Washington state caucuses last Saturday, days after winning a little-contested primary in Arizona and a hard-fought one in Michigan. He won the Maine caucuses earlier in February. The victories helped settle his campaign, which was staggered when Santorum won a pair of caucuses and a non-binding Missouri primary on Feb. 7. Santorum and Gingrich have vied for months to emerge as the sole conservative alternative to Romney, and they battered him as a moderate who would lead the party to defeat in November. But Romney, backed by a heavily financed super PAC, countered Gingrich’s victory in the South Carolina primary with a comeback win in Florida. Last week, it was Santorum’s turn to fall, as Romney eked out a win in Michigan after trailing by double digits in some polls 10 days before the primary. (Page 4 of 4) Santorum’s recent rise has translated into campaign receipts of $9 million in February, his aides announced last week. Even so, Romney and Restore our Future, the super PAC supporting him, outspent the other candidates and their supporters on television in the key Super Tuesday states. In Ohio, Romney’s campaign purchased about $1.5 million for television advertisements, and Restore Our Future spent $2.3 million. Santorum and Red, White and Blue, a super PAC that supports him, countered with about $1 million combined, according to information on file with the Federal Election Commission, a disadvantage of nearly four to one. In Tennessee, where Romney did not purchase television time, Restore Our Future spent more than $1 million to help him. Santorum paid for a little over $225,000, and Winning our Future, a super PAC that backs Gingrich, nearly $470,000. In Georgia, where Gingrich acknowledged he must win, the pro-Romney super PAC spent about $1.5 million in hopes of holding the former...

Feb. 28 Open Line - Jacksonville Journal Courier

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
The rhetoric displayed against the other candidates, the actions of the Virginia and Alabama legislature against women; the arrogance of the Wisconsin and Arizona governors. We had the chance of a lifetime to take power back from the Democrats and we seem to be the gang that can’t even load the gun, let alone aim and shoot it. Unless of course you count shooting our own foot.It appears that Virginia Republicans are not the only Republicans who have passed legislation for the intrusive probe into a women’s uterus. The enlighted Republican legislature passed a bill identical to the one in Virginia. There is no way other than to describe the procedure as an assault on women’s individuality and dignity.For PAWS: To buy a huge trailer and a generator to run the air-conditioner instead of putting a down payment on land is sure a waste of money. Animals cannot live in cages in a trailer but it sure looks nice at adoption events.A moderate Republican no longer exists. It is part of history and is replaced by arrogant disregard of anyone’s rights except of course the only segment of our society worthy of praise, the mighty 1 Percent.I have a great idea. Chandlerville, deactivate your partnership with Ashland and send your kids eight miles up the road to Virginia and their soon to be new facility. Let Ashland fend for themselves.I just saw a picture of the device that the Virginia governor and Republican legislature proposed using on all women contemplating an abortion in Virginia. It would have been physically painful and emotionally humiliating to use this invasive device. They should be ashamed of themselves. They should fall to their knees and beg every woman in Virginia for forgiveness before resigning in disgrace. This is America, not North Korea, China, Afghanistan or Iran. These old white men obsessed with women actually having control of their body are despicable.If alcoholism is a disease then wouldn’t DUIs be a form of discrimination?It’s an Obama world. This radical administration doesn’t think twice about attacking and smearing the Catholic Church in America but made a special trip to a Virginia mosque this...



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