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Bath B W Funeral Director
522 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4700
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Bath Naylor Funeral Home and Crematory
522 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4700
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Garden of Memories
149 South Highway 69
Pittsburg , KS 66735
(620) 231-9235
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Highland Park Cemetery
2025 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-2570
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Jewell Shaun Funeral Director
10753 Northeast 73rd Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4465
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Jewell Shaun Funeral Director
522 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4700
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MT Olive Cemetery
506 East Quincy Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 230-5660
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Naylor Joe Funeral Director
3005 Woodgate Drive
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 232-2898
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Naylor Joe Funeral Director
522 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4700
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Pittsburg City Human Relations Commission Ext 409
201 West 4th Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-4100
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Ward Chester Funeral Director
114 East 4th Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-5600
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White Glenn D Funeral Director
823 East 510th Avenue
Pittsburg , KS 66762
(620) 231-7407
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522 South Broadway Street
Pittsburg , KS 66762
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Indianapolis Indians' 7-game win streak snapped in shutout loss - Indianapolis Star

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Locke didn’t have his best stuff (Sunday), but he still gave us a chance to win. We just weren’t able to get any runs on the board.” Pirates recall MorrisThe Pittsburgh Pirates recalled Tribe right-hander Bryan Morris (1-2, 2.28 ERA) and optioned infielder Jordy Mercer to Indianapolis on Sunday.

Clark Aided Blacks on 'Bandstand'? Not Always - The Root

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
City councils from Jersey City to Santa Cruz to San Antonio had banned rock performances, and radio stations in Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, Lubbock and Cincinnati refused to play rock and roll. The fear was in large part fueled by concerns about racial mixing, and on that front, Bandstand was indeed groundbreaking. Clark's show put African-American music and performers on television every day. While it featured a sanitized version of rock and roll, with white teen idols such as Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon, American Bandstand also hosted black vocal groups such as the Coasters and the Impressions; early girl groups such as the Shirelles; Motown artists such as Mary Wells and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles; and R&B and soul pioneers such as James Brown and the Famous Flames, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. Clark brought African-American performers to national television in an era when such performances were rare. American Bandstand also helped invent the demographic that still dominates popular culture: teenagers. It was the first national television program aimed squarely at teens, and it laid the groundwork for the baby boom generation, defining what teens listened to, how they danced and what they wore, ate and drank. Clark was well aware that advertisers were eager to reach teenagers, and his show offered daily access to young consumers. "It's been a long, long time since a major network has aimed at t...

Playoff Puck Previews: Penguins, Canucks face the handshake line; Cosmo ranks ... - Yahoo! Sports (blog)

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
NHL action, news and views as well as general frivolity. Make sure to stop back here for the nightly Three Stars when the games are finished. Getty ImagesGame 4 Preview (Flyers lead 3-0) Pittsburgh Penguins at Philadelphia Flyers, 7:30 p.m. It could be tremendously awkward handshake time for the Flyers and Penguins tonight. The Pens will be without suspended James Neal, Arron Asham and Craig Adams, as well as injured defenseman Paul Martin. Said Scott Har...

Peggy Suzanne Williams - Newton Press Mentor

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
FL, Denisse (Gerald) Ochs of Newton, Vance Gorrell of Newton, Theresa (Mike) McKee of Newton, Charlie (Cindy) Gorrell of Norfolk, VA, Rory “Bubba” (Angie) Gorrell of Newton, Trenton Gorrell of Pittsburgh, PA and Lindsay Gorrell of Nashville, TN.Peggy was preceded in death by her parents, step-dad Glen Gorrell and a brother Bruce Gorrell.

Kentucky Wildcats top NCAA basketball tournament field - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Only Notre Dame on Jan. 21 and Cincinnati last week in the Big East tournament quarterfinals tripped the Orange, who will play North Carolina Asheville on Thursday in Pittsburgh. The Orangemen do not have an All-American but succeed with balance. Senior Kris Joseph averages a modest 13.8 points, and sophomore Dion Waiters, one of the best sixth men in the nation, 12.6. Players seem unaffected by the report from Yahoo sports last week that at least 10 players tested positive for banned substances in the past decade. That includes the 2002-03 team when Syracuse won a national title under Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim. Syracuse acknowledged an ongoing NCAA inquiry into possible violations of the school’s athletic drug policy. (Page 3 of 3) In a different case, Boeheim is being sued for defamation by two men he had criticized for bringing allegations of child sexual abuse against a longtime assistant the school eventually fired. As those events unfolded, the players never blinked. They have outscored opponents by an average of 14.2 points. Syracuse’s biggest weakness is its rebounding, an area in which North Carolina and Michigan State excel. UNC has twin towers in Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Tyler Zeller, who is 7-0, and 6-11 John Henson Zeller averages 16.2 points and 9.2 rebounds; Henson 13.8 points, 10.1 rebounds and nearly three blocked shots a game. UNC lost Sunday’s ACC title game to Florida State 85-82, as because Henson missed the game with a sore left wrist. North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he expects Henson to return Friday against Lamar or Vermont. Duke, a No. 2 seed in South, also missed a key player over the weekend. Forward Ryan Kelly missed the ACC tournament because of a sprained right foot. Neither Duke nor Ohio State, a No. 2 seed in the East, should be counted out of making a deep tournament run. Kansas, the Big 12 regular season champ, is a strong No. 2 in the Midwest behind All-American Thomas Robinson and point guard Tyshawn Taylor. Missouri’s Tigers, with a new coach in Frank Haith and only seven scholarship players, issued a reminder that they are in the midst of a memorable final season in the Big 12 (they will head to the SEC in July) by beating Baylor for the league tournament title. “Some people would say we’re small,” senior Kim English said. “I say we’re fast. Some people would say we don’t have depth inside. I would say we have most efficient big man in the country (in Ricardo Ratliffe).” As for those who question whether a team with a short-handed roster can muster the stamina to reach the Final Four, English said, “Words are irrelevant. We can shoot.” ...

Bolton midfielder 'in effect' dead for 78 minutes - San Francisco Chronicle

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Washington State (18-16) defeated Oregon State (21-15) 72-55 at Corvallis, Ore., to advance to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational. ... The Cougars will face Pittsburgh (20-16) in next week's best-of-three championship round. The Panthers beat Butler (22-15) 68-62 in the other semifinal. -- Michigan sophomore Evan Smotrycz, sophomore Colton Christian and freshman Carlton Brundidge are transferring. -- A Las Vegas hospital spokeswoman says doctors kept former UNLV and Fresno State basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian overnight for observation after a mild heart attack. Jurisprudence: Louise Neathway, the woman accused of shaking down Yankees general manager Brian Cashman for $6,000, has been indicted in Manhattan, but charges haven't been disclosed. The indictment also encompasses a 2010 harassment case against Neathway. That case had been on track to be dismissed until she was rearrested. Tennis: Former Australian Open finalist Fernando Gonzalez, playing the final match of his career, came up just short against Nicolas Mahut 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (3) at the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. Obituaries: Mel Parnell, a left-handed pitcher who spent his entire 10-year career with the Red Sox and faced some of the best hitters of the 1940s and early 1950s, has died. He was 89. Mr. Parnell, a New Orleans native, died Tuesday after a battle with cancer, said his son, Dr. Mel Parnell Jr. -- Ron Erhardt, the offensive architect of the Giants' two Super Bowl titles under Bill Parcells, has died. He was 80. This article appeared on page B - 8 of the San Francisco Chronicle ...

Bolton midfielder 'in effect' dead for 78 minutes - San Francisco Chronicle

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Washington State (18-16) defeated Oregon State (21-15) 72-55 at Corvallis, Ore., to advance to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational. ... The Cougars will face Pittsburgh (20-16) in next week's best-of-three championship round. The Panthers beat Butler (22-15) 68-62 in the other semifinal. -- Michigan sophomore Evan Smotrycz, sophomore Colton Christian and freshman Carlton Brundidge are transferring. -- A Las Vegas hospital spokeswoman says doctors kept former UNLV and Fresno State basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian overnight for observation after a mild heart attack. Jurisprudence: Louise Neathway, the woman accused of shaking down Yankees general manager Brian Cashman for $6,000, has been indicted in Manhattan, but charges haven't been disclosed. The indictment also encompasses a 2010 harassment case against Neathway. That case had been on track to be dismissed until she was rearrested. Tennis: Former Australian Open finalist Fernando Gonzalez, playing the final match of his career, came up just short against Nicolas Mahut 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (3) at the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Fla. Obituaries: Mel Parnell, a left-handed pitcher who spent his entire 10-year career with the Red Sox and faced some of the best hitters of the 1940s and early 1950s, has died. He was 89. Mr. Parnell, a New Orleans native, died Tuesday after a battle with cancer, said his son, Dr. Mel Parnell Jr. -- Ron Erhardt, the offensive architect of the Giants' two Super Bowl titles under Bill Parcells, has died. He was 80. This article appeared on page B - 8 of the San Francisco Chronicle ...

*UPDATE* A Rolling Stone Gathers No Facts - NorthcentralPa.com

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
House committee the “hysteria” that has come to distort the debate. On Feb. 9, the U.S. Secretary of Energy, winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in physics, suggested to an audience in Pittsburgh that the development of shale “can free [the] nation.” Last week, the International Business Times characterized EPA administrator Lisa Jackson as striking a “bullish tone” on the safety of fracturing at a forum in New Jersey. And just this week, President Clinton, himself up for a Nobel Prize, said the country needed to end its “ambivalence” over clean-burning natural gas, judging it a clear winner for our country. New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg followed that up with his own positive comments, suggesting that “with appropriate safeguards, I think fracking is something that on balance is better for this country.” Against this backdrop, as serious people continue to cite serious evidence in support of the proposition of responsible development, a fundamentally unserious account of the current debate was posted this week on the website of Rolling Stone magazine. Coming in at 6,200 words on the dot, the piece can most charitably be described as a not-so-quick (but plenty dirty) rehash of previously debunked charges and talking points, offered up by the same usual cast of characters that’s frequently wheeled-out and introduced anew any time a hit-piece is in the offing. But in the end, the story fails not because its original reporting is bad, though it is. It fails because nothing resembling original reporting can be found anywhere in it. According to an item posted on Friday by John Hanger, former Pennsylvania DEP secretary and CEO of PennFuture, a leading environmental group: “[Rolling Stone’s] Jeff Goodell … should split his pay with the NYT gas reporter, because Goodell regurgitates all the NYT’s greatest gas hits, including ones that the NYT public editor found to be misleading or false.” Below, we take a look at some of the more obvious errors that contributed to what, in the end, was a pretty ridiculous piece. – Rolling Stone: “Fracking, it turns out, is about producing cheap energy the same way the mortgage crisis was about helping realize the dreams of middle-class homeowners.” Federal Reserve eco...

*UPDATE* A Rolling Stone Gathers No Facts - NorthcentralPa.com

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
House committee the “hysteria” that has come to distort the debate. On Feb. 9, the U.S. Secretary of Energy, winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in physics, suggested to an audience in Pittsburgh that the development of shale “can free [the] nation.” Last week, the International Business Times characterized EPA administrator Lisa Jackson as striking a “bullish tone” on the safety of fracturing at a forum in New Jersey. And just this week, President Clinton, himself up for a Nobel Prize, said the country needed to end its “ambivalence” over clean-burning natural gas, judging it a clear winner for our country. New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg followed that up with his own positive comments, suggesting that “with appropriate safeguards, I think fracking is something that on balance is better for this country.” Against this backdrop, as serious people continue to cite serious evidence in support of the proposition of responsible development, a fundamentally unserious account of the current debate was posted this week on the website of Rolling Stone magazine. Coming in at 6,200 words on the dot, the piece can most charitably be described as a not-so-quick (but plenty dirty) rehash of previously debunked charges and talking points, offered up by the same usual cast of characters that’s frequently wheeled-out and introduced anew any time a hit-piece is in the offing. But in the end, the story fails not because its original reporting is bad, though it is. It fails because nothing resembling original reporting can be found anywhere in it. According to an item posted on Friday by John Hanger, former Pennsylvania DEP secretary and CEO of PennFuture, a leading environmental group: “[Rolling Stone’s] Jeff Goodell … should split his pay with the NYT gas reporter, because Goodell regurgitates all the NYT’s greatest gas hits, including ones that the NYT public editor found to be misleading or false.” Below, we take a look at some of the more obvious errors that contributed to what, in the end, was a pretty ridiculous piece. – Rolling Stone: “Fracking, it turns out, is about producing cheap energy the same way the mortgage crisis was about helping realize the dreams of middle-class homeowners.” Federal Reserve eco...

Circulation manager loved people

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
The Commercial Appeal. Otis L. Sanford, the newspaper's former managing editor, developed a close friendship with Mr. Lambert over their love of Pennsylvania football. Sanford: Pittsburgh Steelers. Mr. Lambert: Philadelphia Eagles. "The guy had an unbelievable, amazing magnetic personality," said Sanford, who is a professor at the University of Memphis who holds the Hardin Chair of Excellence in Journalism. "I always appreciated how much he loved newspapers. He had an amazing understanding of just how important they are to a community." As much as he loved the newspaper, Mr. Lambert also fell in love with Memphis during the six years he lived here. His Facebook page spreads a picture of the lighted Hernando DeSoto Bridge across the top. He loved attending Memphis events like the Live in the Garden Series at the Memphis Botanic Garden, said Paul Jewell, marketing director. "He always had something good to say," said Maria McLendon, director of marketing and communications for the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce. "He always made you feel better about yourself. You never walked away from Lou without a smile on your face." He dressed in a white jumpsuit, dark glasses long sideburns and dark hair during Elvis Week in 2008. He passed out fans and sold newspapers. Elvis Christmas music blared from his office every December. On his first blog post for 2012, Mr. Lambert made several resolutions for 2013 so he had time to work on them. There were typical ones, such as not procrastinating and not forwarding chain e-mails. At the top he used a quote: "I resolve to laugh every day, eat more chocolate, sleep in on Sundays, make dinner an event, breathe more deeply, spend more time with the people I love." His funeral arrangements are incomplete. -- Cindy Wolff: (901) 529-2378 ... (The Commercial Appeal)

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