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Mc Connell Funeral Home
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(479) 639-2214
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Former Liverpool FC star Ray Houghton says there is no crisis at Anfield as ... - ChesterChronicle.co.uk

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Underachievement is one thing, relegation is another. Demotion to the Championship would be a disaster at a club which recently announced record annual losses of £54m. Manager Alex McLeish, who left Midland rivals Birmingham to succeed Gerard Houllier in the summer, was an unpopular appointment from the word go. Nine months on, there has been little to suggest that supporters’ fears were misplaced. “Alex McLeish took on a really tough job when he went to Aston Villa,” says Houghton. “Not only was he moving from Birmingham to Villa, a move that was never likely to go down well with supporters, but he had the added problem of seeing Stewart Downing and Ashley Young, the side’s two best players, leave the club in the summer. “Add to that injuries to the likes of Darren Bent and Richard Dunne, and it is easy to see why they have had such problems all season long.” He adds: “There is always one team that gets dragged unexpectedly into the relegation fight, and I do have my fears for Villa. “It’s a shame to see them struggling, because I have great memories of my time at Villa. It’s a big club, one that should be challenging up in the top half of the table.” As, of course, should Liverpool. Houghton, though, says judgement on the Reds’ campaign should be reserved until the season’s end. “That is the time to reflect,” he says. “The current run hasn’t been great, but at the end of the day Liverpool could end the season seventh or seventh, and with two trophies in the cabinet. If that is a bad season, then we look forward to a good one!” ...

Furman helps businesses find ways to cut costs - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
The value here is that you get a menu of things that you can do, and you don’t have to do all of them,” said Pat Michaels, chief executive of Goodwill Industries of the Upstate and Midlands. Another program benefit is the Waste Exchange which allows businesses to post what they will discard on the chance another business could use it. Bechtold said the program could be expanded to individual homes. He also said he expects to create a BEST 250, with a certification process that would allow businesses to notify customers they have received a BEST certification and thus are going green.

Yippy Rankin passes away at 71 - bettor.com (blog)

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Rankin, who was the husband of famed golf broadcaster and analyst Judy Rankin, was aged 71 and at the time of his demise. His funeral was held at his hometown, Midland, Texas, this Monday. According to the reports, Rankin had been battling cancer for months and was confined to his house in his final days. Fans and admirers flocked to Rankin’s burial ceremony that was followed by a “Celebration of Life.” His family members and friends paid thei...

Feb. 28 Open Line - Jacksonville Journal Courier

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Republican candidates for president. I think that there should be a national referendum to neuter and sterilize anyone running for the Republican nomination ... “Midland Farm & Home, 1203 W. Morton Ave., Jacksonville. Score: 97. Violations: 3 points — Need to clean and sanitize both restrooms. Really? Farm and Home prepares food in the bathrooms? What next? Port-A-Pottie inspections?If you want to listen to the music in your vehicle, that’s fine. But when you are pumping gas do you really need to keep it going full blast? I was woken up this morning at 5:45 from the bass beat while the owner was pumping and then paying for gas. I’m not going to bother the cops for this, but it sure is annoying. Have some respect for those of us that don’t like rap music, please.Another “green energy” moment: A123, An electric car battery company, given $390 million in federal stimulus funds by Obama administration, lays off 125 workers, gives pay raise to executives.Karzai responds to Obama’s apology on Afghan TV: After speaking with “jihadi leaders,” we demand U.S. soldiers be “put on trial and punished.”Apparently PAWS is wanting to buy property in a premium residential area. $25,000 an acre for land for a dog shelter? You’ve got to be kidding. $200,000 to build a shelter? Is this going to have gold-plated elevators? Look around at some of the many old empty buildings in town. I’m sure you could find something to suit your needs for much cheaper than a quarter million dollars.It looks like Mr. Cantrell strikes again. He gives false impressions to committee members on their roles and level of involvement, provides misdirection to committee members, takes them on unauthorized field trips to other schools while claiming to be on official school business and creates an atmosphere of mistrust. When was the last time either Mr. Lakin or Mr. Selway met with the superintendent? Who are they taking their directions from? Why do the concerns of two committee members make a headline? Did anyone interview the other committee members? Do they have the same concerns as Mr. Lakin or Mr. Selway. Maybe the other committee members have heard the direction of the superintendent, listened to the vision, and allowed the school officials to do the right work instead of putting out the fires of Mr. Cantrell.“The people at PAWS do wonderful, selfless work. The Open Liner who was so inquisitive about the financial state of the group should perhaps stop by with a donation of food or medicine or maybe their own time; then they could ask in person.” Wow. So I have to stop by with a donation to inquire about where the money is going? Sorry, but I don’t think this is how a 501(c) not-for-profit is supposed to operate. How much money has been raised? It is really a simple question.As a Republican, I am astounded at the stupidity of our party. 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...

It's Girl Scout cookie time again - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Girl Scouts of the USA. And the $750 million operation is the largest girl-led business in the country. The money raised from local cookie sales stays in the regional South Carolina Mountains to Midlands Council, says Susan Schneider, director of public relations and advocacy for the local council, and it’s “a significant contribution to revenues.” (Page 2 of 2) Last year, Jessie sold 309 boxes, making her the top seller in her troop. But she knows of another Scout who sold 700. Cookies mean a time commitment from parents, too, though most don’t seem to mind, Taylor says. “That first day that I was with Jessie, when I was driving her around, she came home later that week and she had drawn a picture,” Taylor says. “It was of her and I selling cookies together, and it just melted my heart. It’s like she’ll have that memory forever.” To sell cookies, you have to be fast, the girls explain. The thing is, says Ashley, there are lots of Girl Scouts these days, “like three of my neighbors on my block are Girl Scouts.” “There’s kind of a race between the Girl Scouts,” she says. “Because like half of the people I know in my neighborhood say, ‘Oh, someone already came around here and we already bought like 20 boxes from them. So sorry.’ ” On-location booth sales, beginning Feb. 24, are a race against time too, Taylor says. The locations are selected by lottery, and there are premium times and spots. Bi-Lo grocery stores on Sunday afternoons, for instance, are “pretty good,” but you don’t want to get stuck with an 8 a.m. time slot. The booth sales also offer Scouts a chance to participate in the Cookies for Soldiers program. The Mountains to Midlands Council partners with Blue Star Mothers to send cookies to soldiers overseas. “I’m just amazed. That’s the thing, just how generous people are and how they’re so supportive of Scouts and the soldiers,” Taylor says. “The cookies are $3.50 a box, and almost everyone will give us $4 and say, ‘I don’t need any change’ or ‘I don’t need cookies, but I’ll give you a donation.’ ” Today, the girls work in the Gilder Creek neighborhood for an hour before they decide to split up and try their own neighborhoods. The four chat happily with each other, touching on their favorite co...

Willie Eva Dillard Thornton - Times Record News

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Survivors: daughter, Carla Jan Vaughan and husband, Jerry of Fort Worth; nieces, Anita Shaw and Jerry Sipes of Abilene; and nephews, Johnny M. Blanscet of Fort Worth and Darrell Dillard of Midland. Greenwood Funeral Home, 3100 White Settlement Rd., Fort Worth, Texas, 817-336-0584. View and sign guestbook at www.star-telegram.com/obituaries.

Billy Dillard Barnett - Tulsa World

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
He graduated from OU in 1947 and went to work for Magnolia Oil Company in Alice, TX. Magnolia Oil later became Mobil Oil, and then ExxonMobil. Bill held various managerial positions in Falfurrias, Midland, Corpus Christi, and Houston, Texas where he retired in 1987 with 40 years of service. He served as a Municipal Judge during his retirement in Roman Forest, TX. Bill and Elvera relocated to Tulsa in 2009 to be closer to family. In 1948, Bill met the love of his life, Elvera Gertrude Wieland in Falfurrias and was married on November 26, 1949. Bill is survived by his wife Elvera of 62 years of marriage, son William Robert Barnett and wife Jennifer of The Colony, Texas, daughter Brenda Kay Barnett Bartlett and husband Rush Lloyd Bartlett of Tulsa, Oklahoma and grandchildren Rush Lloyd Bartlett II and wife Amy Elisabeth Ketcham Bartlett of West Lafayette, Indiana, Katherine Kayleah Bartlett of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Kristine Klara Bartlett of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Elaine Ann Barnett of Denton, Texas. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister Beverly Ann McGahan, niece Cynthia Ann McGahan, and grandson William Steven Charles Barnett. Bill loved to hunt, fish, and attend his children and grandchildren’s sporting and academic events. Elvera had taught Bill to dance, and they spent enjoyable time sliding across the dance floor. They had an opportunity to hold each other dancing at their grandson’s wedding in Columbus, Ohio last July. He was a Vice President, President and Director of the 102nd Infantry Division Association (WWII) and served on the association’s board of directors for 10+ years. One of his special memories was getting to know the new members of the 102nd Infantry Division when they were reactivated in 2010 at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri where the “old soldiers” transferred the colors to the “new soldiers”. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm January 26, 2012 at the Porter Loring Mortuary, 1101 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX, 78212. Services will be at Porter Loring Mortuary on January 27, 2012 at 1:00 pm. Burial will be at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, 1520 Harry Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, TX, 78209 at 2:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, contributions could be made to the USO. Bill and Elvera always contributed to the USO as it provides a respite to the servicemen, and he remembered the great donuts they always seemed to have. Bixby Funeral Service 918-369-1700. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 1/22/2012. Copyright 2012 World Publishing Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Neighlo 'Jim' Sebring - Midland Daily News

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Jim attended Michigan Agricultural College and received a degree in horticulture. Jim later became a licensed plumber and welder working for Reliable Plumbing and Heating in Midland for many years, and later retiring from Local 85 in 1982, where he helped build Kalkaska and Monroe Nuclear Power Plants. Jim was a member of Midland American Legion Post #0165. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and summers spent on Rose Lake in Cadillac with his family. He also enjoyed nurturing his tree farm, which was his pride and joy. Jim is survived by two daughters, Patricia (Kerry) Ross of N. Muskegon and Nancy Lee Szabo of Saginaw; a son, Richard (Kristin) Sebring of Mount Pleasant; eight grandchildren, Kyle James (Andrea) Sebring of Germany, Jordan Mitchell Sebring of Breckenridge, Michael (Kara) Schuette of Chicago, Ill., Jason Frank Szabo of Tenn., Brittney Lee Szabo of Houghton, Bryon (Debbie) Hickman of N. Muskegon, Synthia Hickman and Jeffrey Granger of Tenn.; and four great-grandchildren, Dylon Hickman, Samantha Hickman, Sara Granger and Evan James Sebring. Jim was preceded in dea...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Springfield as he was inducted into the Illinois 4-H Foundation Hall of Fame. Carmi's Wil Bingman was also honored as one of four students statewide to receive the Legacy of Leadership scholarship. Midland Ag Center became part of Crop Production Services. The farm service company is located off Epworth Road and was sold by Chris Rogers, Jack Martin and Mike Martin to CPS. Rogers was named manager of the newly-owned business. Two local residents were jailed following an early morning hours fracas outside a First Street home in which a 77-year-old man was allegedly pistol-whipped. Carmi-White County High School senior Dakota Jones, 17, was killed in a head-on crash on Herald Road. The car he was driving crossed the centerline and collided with a truck hauling propane. Longtime White County Circuit Clerk Ellen Pettijohn announced she would not seek reelection. She has worked in the office since 1980 and was first elected to the position in 1992, with reelections in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Kelly Fulkerson announced her intention to seek election as White County circuit clerk. She has worked in the office since 1992 and will run as a Democrat. Enrollment in White County's three school districts was up nearly 2.5 percent as classes began in August. Sixth-day enrollment figures showed 2,412 students were enrolled in total, up from 2,355 one year ago. The biggest change came at Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School, where enrollment jumped from 680 to 729. Carmi-White County gained 15 students, while Grayville was down seven from the previous year.' Three separate weekend crashes on local roadways involving either motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles sent six people to area hospitals. Obituaries that appeared in The Carmi Times in August 2011: Chris Bishop, 47, Galena, Ohio; G. Burnis Dixon, 94, Omaha; Clara "Tiny" Chastain Hogue, 80, Madisonville, Ky.; Audry B. James, 71, Bone Gap; John F. Maguire, 50, Colorado; Velma L. Pollard, 91, Carmi; Mary Margaret Smith, 56, Carmi; Joann Wheeler, 69, Norris City; Brenda L. Barnett, 60, Belle Rive; Lois E. Flenner, 92, Carmi; James W. "Jim" Fromm, 64, Enfield; Berniece Hall, 54, Paoli, Ind.; Evelyn Rogers, 94, Crossville; John A. Bostic, 76, Lawrenceville; Bill W. Brown, 80, Mt. Prospect; Mary Duckworth Church, 81, Tinley Park; Shel Crews, 94, Carmi; Peggy Fleck, 74, Carmi; Mary Bayley Gill, 78, Texas; Richard D. Lewis, 76, Enfield; Dorothy Buttry Martin, 91, Norris City; Lillian R. McDaniel, 74, Springerton; Charles "Rooster" Murphy, 70, Mill Shoals; James E. Pepperworth, 92, Grayville; Kenneth D. Asbury, 38, Mt. Carmel; Mary Jo Beck, 53, McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, ...

Teenager killed in traffic accident - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Springfield as he was inducted into the Illinois 4-H Foundation Hall of Fame. Carmi's Wil Bingman was also honored as one of four students statewide to receive the Legacy of Leadership scholarship. Midland Ag Center became part of Crop Production Services. The farm service company is located off Epworth Road and was sold by Chris Rogers, Jack Martin and Mike Martin to CPS. Rogers was named manager of the newly-owned business. Two local residents were jailed following an early morning hours fracas outside a First Street home in which a 77-year-old man was allegedly pistol-whipped. Carmi-White County High School senior Dakota Jones, 17, was killed in a head-on crash on Herald Road. The car he was driving crossed the centerline and collided with a truck hauling propane. Longtime White County Circuit Clerk Ellen Pettijohn announced she would not seek reelection. She has worked in the office since 1980 and was first elected to the position in 1992, with reelections in 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Kelly Fulkerson announced her intention to seek election as White County circuit clerk. She has worked in the office since 1992 and will run as a Democrat. Enrollment in White County's three school districts was up nearly 2.5 percent as classes began in August. Sixth-day enrollment figures showed 2,412 students were enrolled in total, up from 2,355 one year ago. The biggest change came at Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School, where enrollment jumped from 680 to 729. Carmi-White County gained 15 students, while Grayville was down seven from the previous year.' Three separate weekend crashes on local roadways involving either motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles sent six people to area hospitals. Obituaries that appeared in The Carmi Times in August 2011: Chris Bishop, 47, Galena, Ohio; G. Burnis Dixon, 94, Omaha; Clara "Tiny" Chastain Hogue, 80, Madisonville, Ky.; Audry B. James, 71, Bone Gap; John F. Maguire, 50, Colorado; Velma L. Pollard, 91, Carmi; Mary Margaret Smith, 56, Carmi; Joann Wheeler, 69, Norris City; Brenda L. Barnett, 60, Belle Rive; Lois E. Flenner, 92, Carmi; James W. "Jim" Fromm, 64, Enfield; Berniece Hall, 54, Paoli, Ind.; Evelyn Rogers, 94, Crossville; John A. Bostic, 76, Lawrenceville; Bill W. Brown, 80, Mt. Prospect; Mary Duckworth Church, 81, Tinley Park; Shel Crews, 94, Carmi; Peggy Fleck, 74, Carmi; Mary Bayley Gill, 78, Texas; Richard D. Lewis, 76, Enfield; Dorothy Buttry Martin, 91, Norris City; Lillian R. McDaniel, 74, Springerton; Charles "Rooster" Murphy, 70, Mill Shoals; James E. Pepperworth, 92, Grayville; Kenneth D. Asbury, 38, Mt. Carmel; Mary Jo Beck, 53, McLeansboro; Nancy Brand, 73, Grayville; Grace Hillyard, 84, Enfield; Dakota Jones, 17, Norris City; Donald G. Reynolds, 46, Texas; Earllean Silverheels, 79, Fairfield; Margaret E. Wetzel, 95, Princeton, Ind.; Mary Lou Adams, 78, Ballwin, Mo.; Lilly M. Bridgeman, 86, Carmi; Phyllis Davis, 77, Eldorado; Betty L. French, 79, Carmi; Marjorie L. Robinson, 79, Norris City; Wanda M. Terrell, 71, ...




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