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Benton County Funeral Home
306 North 4th Street
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 636-2414
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Benton County Memorial Park
3800 West Walnut
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 636-2412
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Callison Lough Funeral Service
408 West Walnut Street
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 636-2277
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Golden s Designer Jewelry Limited
206 West Walnut Street
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 631-6800
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Rollins Funeral Home
1401 West Hudson Road
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 631-6617
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Stockdale Funeral Services
2898 West Walnut Street
Rogers , AR 72756
(479) 631-1353
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Shelter seeks community involvement, new logo - Knoxville News Sentinel

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Memphis Animal Shelter is trying to leave its troubled past by asking for more community involvement. According to The Commercial Appeal ( ), interim shelter director James Rogers says a first step is to invite people to help design a new logo for the shelter as a means of helping the facility distinguish itself in the community. It currently uses the City of Memphis brand. Humane Society he...

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Fred Minnis and I.W. "Ike" Williams, but decided to open a solo practice on 22nd Street S instead. "He had his own ideas and he just wanted to pursue that," said Kenneth Rogers, 71, Judge White's brother. He was soon joined by James B. Sanderlin, who would go on to become the first black judge in Pinellas County, and Frank Peterman. In 1961, Judge White and Sanderlin began research for a lawsuit against the Pinellas School Board that eventually banned segregated schools. The law firm dissolved after several years and Judge White joined the public defender's office, where peers knew him as unflappable and methodical. He defeated two other candidates to win the county judgeship, presiding over minor criminal cases, traffic cases and civil suits. In 1981, Gov. Bob Graham appointed him to fill a vacant circuit judgeship. "He appeared to have a tremendous grasp of constitutional law," Tepper said. "As a county judge, it appeared to me in retrospect that his talents were not well utilized, so it was a perfect fit for him to go on to the circuit bench." However, the stresses of trying criminal cases with lives at stake was bad for his heart. Reluctantly, he requested permanent reassignment to civil cases. He retired in 1993, a year before the end of his term. At the time, he said he hoped another black judge would replace him. But there would be no more black judges until 1995, when Myra Scott McNary was appointed as a Pinellas County Court judge. Judge White was born in Decatur, Ala., the eldest of seven children. At age 10, his mother, the principal of a black elementary school, took him to a courtroom to watch a famous trial. Nine black youths known as the "Scottsboro boys" had been accused of raping two white girls. Despite the outcome, decried as an example of racial injustice, a young Frank White was enthra...

Cleveland Indians - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
RHP Ubaldo Jimenez RHP Derek Lowe RHP Jeanmar Gomez RHP Josh Tomlin BULLPEN: RHP Chris Perez (closer) RHP Joe Smith RHP Vinnie Pestano LHP Tony Sipp RHP Jeremy Accardo LHP Nick Hagadone RHP Esmil Rogers CATCHERS: Carlos Santana Lou Marson INFIELDERS: 1B Casey Kotchman 2B Jason Kipnis SS Asdrubal Cabrera 3B Jack Hannahan INF Lonnie Chisenhall INF Jose Lopez OUTFIELDERS: LF Johnny Damon CF Michael Brantley RF Shin-Soo Choo OF Shelley Duncan OF Aaron Cunningham ...

Austin Jackson is the most important Tiger - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Austin Jackson watches his two-run double during the second inning of a game against the St. Louis Cardinals. (Carlos Osorio / Associated Press / June 19, 2012) By Phil Rogers June 24, 2012 Despite all the talk about Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera, no one is more important to the Tigers than leadoff man Austin Jackson. Detroit entered the weekend six games above .500 with him in the lineup and seven under without him. The Rangers' Joe Nathan has replaced Mariano Rivera in having the best career rate of converting save opportunities. He entered the weekend a...

Dick Clark Could Rock, but He Started Out Country - Billboard

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Dick Clark. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rac, Kari and the whole Clark family. Rest in peace, Dick. You deserve it." One of the most awarded performers on the Clark-produced programs, Kenny Rogers, also issued this statement yesterday. "I'm one of the lucky people who can say that I knew Dick Clark personally. Dick produced almost every awards show I was on during the 80's, and he constantly encouraged me toward success. He will be missed by everyone-especially by those who knew him well." ...

Albert Hadley, Interior Decorator to High Society, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
After high school and two years of college in Nashville, Mr. Hadley approached A. Herbert Rogers, a prominent local decorator, for a job as a junior assistant. Hired, he gained entry to many of Nashville’s finest houses and began his career as an expert on high residential style. He was drafted into the Army in 1942 and served as a company payroll clerk in Chelmsford, England. With the help of the G.I. Bill, he was able to make the long-awaited move to New York in 1947, to attend the Parsons School of Design. There he caught the attention of Van Day Truex, the president of the school and an avatar of the urbanity and sleek good manners of postwar design. (He was later design director at Tiffany & Company.) Recognizing his abilities, Mr. Truex offered Mr. Hadley a teaching job shortly after his graduation in 1949. In 1956, Mr. Hadley went to work for Eleanor Brown at McMillen, then the most prestigious decorating firm in the country. As he recalled for Mr. Lewis, the author of “Albert Hadley: The Story of America’s Preeminent Interior Designer” (2005), Mrs. Brown’s establishment was graciously strict. Hours were 9 to 5, with no Saturday or Sunday work allowed. Every afternoon a maid pushed a mahogany cart of tea and cookies from office to office, and Mrs. Brown would visit with her decorators, discussing their work and, by example, instilling the social finesse required to be in the business. Daniel E. Slotnik contributed reporting. (New York Times)

Obit — Fredrick William Houston - Daily Ardmoreite

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
For the next few years he devoted his life to taking care of his aunts, Mary and Emma Houston, Lydia Helm, Vivian Payne, Mary Tuke and aunt and uncle, Florene and Ray Rogers and uncle, Paul McGuire.In 2004, Fred married Dorothy Skinner of Ardmore, Oklahoma. Fred accepted Christ as his Savior when he was six years old and he has been an active member of the Chapel Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church of Ardmore since moving to Ardmore in 2004. Fred was a strong supporter of the Baptist Children’s Home at Madill and Falls Creek Youth Camp. He generously supported individual mission trips abroad and other civic projects.Fred is survived by his loving family: wife, Dorothy Skinner Houston; children, Rebecca Cecile Houston of Dallas, Texas, Samuel Patrick Houston and wife, Anne of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Patricia Danielle Houston of Dallas, Texas; stepchildren, Sandra Skinner Garrett of Edmond, Oklahoma, Kim Stone and husband, Dennis of Norman, Oklahoma, and Patti Green and husband, Bill of Ardmore, Oklahoma; grandchildren, John Isaac Houston, Courtney Houston, Michael Houston, Wesley Houston and Robert Houston; and stepgrandchildren, Kimberly Conyer, Claire-Marie Conyer, Michelle Espinoza and husband, Ozzie, Neil Espinoza, Noah Espinoza and Nigel Espinoza.Honorary pallbearers will be First Baptist Church Sunday School Class, Bill Green, Dennis Stone, Roger Payne, Jim McGuire, Gerald Allen, Jerre Butler, Don Latimer and Joe Kirkpatrick.Family visitation will be from 6-7 this evening at Craddock Funeral Home.Memorials may be made to the First Ba...

Beat Syracuse Cardinal News And Notes - Card Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
This being the case, I think Charlie Strong should have a personal tank by yesterday. Later in the evening, one of my friends pointed out a gentleman who appeared to be Tick Rogers at the bar. Naturally, I did what anyone in this situation would do: wait until he starts to talk away and then yell "Tick!" He turned around and I motioned him over to the table so he could spend the next ten minutes or so proving that he is one of the coolest human beings on the planet. We talked a little bit about his affinity for the steal and the start to the UMass game where everyone went the wrong way, allowing him to record an awkwardly easy dunk for the game's opening basket. Then, of course, Brian Brohm wants him all to himself and totally sidebar convos (verb) him away from us (God, I hate him). Then it's time for Tick to say his farewells, which includes a bro hug for yours truly. Should I die, God forbid, "Bro-hugged Tick Rogers at Drake's" is now No. 3 on my list of potential one-line obituaries...and I'm not gonna lie, it's climbing. I spent 75% of 1994 imitating that man's 3-point shot. Boom: It was just announced that the Yum Center will be hosting s...

Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at 66

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
That's it,” he recalled everyone around him saying: “Magic.” Associated Press writers Nekesa Mumbi Moody and Frazier Moore in New York and John Rogers in Los Angeles contributed to this report. Tags: arts and entertainment, life, entertainment, movies, obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

I'd rather be right than President; Will Rogers - Marshall County Tribune

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
The great American humorist, Will Rogers, is quoted because of answers to our question of the week below. Did the president fix it? This column is about what some folks have called one of the first things they turn to when they get their Tribune. Surprised me. Obituaries are frequently called one of the best-read columns in any paper. People supposedly look to see if they're listed there. More on that later. Two Fridays ago, while...

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