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US Forest Service down to 9 tanker planes - El Paso Inc.

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
And it has already increased the number of aircraft by temporarily leasing planes from firefighting outfits in Alaska, California and Canada.

Leighton Sam Freeman

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Buster. He was a member of the Elks Lodge 1972 in Sweet Home. Leighton is survived by his wife, Sharon D. Freeman of Holley; sons Joe Freeman of Alaska, who is in the Air Force, and Jason Freeman and wife Stacy of Albany; brother Mike Freeman of Brownsville; daughter Jana Waltz of Kelso, Wash., and stepsons Richard and Robert, daughter-in-law Tina Tressel and stepdaughter Renee Carr, all of Crawfordsville. He had 16 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, son John Freeman and brother Sam Freeman. A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at Crawfordsville School. Crown Memorial Center in Salem is handling arrangements. (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Janet Bergum, Arlington Ladies volunteer - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Army Cadet Nurse Corps during World War II. Her husband of 62 years, retired Air Force Col. Lester Bergum, died in 2008. Survivors include three children, Candace L. Young of Eagle River, Alaska, Lester Bergum Jr. of Frankfort, Ind., and Karen B. Lanning of Concord Township, Ohio; a sister; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. — Emily Langer ...

Doris C. Hammes

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Aquinas in 1946. She studied bookkeeping at Western Wisconsin Technical College and then worked for Ed Phillips and Midwest Bottle Gas. She was a charter member of St. Patrick’s Parish in Onalaska. In 1960, she married William G. Hammes at St. Patrick’s Church in Onalaska. They were the first couple to be married in the new church. Their one child, Rose, was born in 1962. In the 1970s, she “retired” from her first career and spent the next 25 years as the “playground lady” for St. Patrick’s Grade School, Onalaska. She always spoke fondly of her memories of the nearly 7,500 students she worked with over the years and enjoyed watching their careers through high school, college and beyond. She officially retired in 199... (La Crosse Tribune)

Wong helps lead Warriors to playoffs - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Gwinnett by two points in the Eastern Conference with five games remaining for each team. Included are head-to-head matchups at the Bi-Lo Center on Friday and Saturday. Western Conference leader Alaska is six points ahead of Greenville and has six games left. “We can still catch Alaska,” said Dean Stork, Greenville’s coach. “If we finish out all wins heading into the postseason we’ll see where the cards (land).” Greenville had missed a chance to move into a first-place tie with Gwinnett when it suffered a 4-3 loss in Duluth, Ga., on Saturday. Stork said the Road Warriors played well in the first and third periods, but were hurt by a four-goal second period. “It’s a 72-game season,” Stork said. “You can’t dwell on one loss. It’s how you respond the next game. Tonight, we responded with a real good offensive effort.” “Tonight, a big key on the (pre-game planning) board was ‘a full 60-minute effort,’” Stork said. “You can’t take minutes off; you can’t take shifts off.’’ Wong’s capper on Sunday went into an empty net at 15:04 of the third ...

Joyce Leigh Weber - The Coloradoan

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
City High School with the class of 1958 and enrolled in the School of Nursing at Colorado University where she received a B.S. degree in Nursing in 1962. Following residencies in San Francisco and Alaska, she was employed at Colorado General Hospital in Denver. While there she met Larry Weber and after a short courtship they were married on August 28, 1966. During their engagement, Joyce was accepted to the Boston University School of Nursing's Masters Program. A few days after their wedding, they drove to Massachusetts, where they lived for three years, later returning to Colorado after the completion of her degree. Larry and Joyce were blessed with the birth of two children - Mark, born in Boston and Kristine in Englewood, Colo. They moved to Ft. Collins in 1972, where Joyce raised their family while working and volunteering in many local social programs providing assistance to low income, elderly and the uninsured families. In 1986 she was named 'Volunteer of the Year...

Joyce Leigh Weber - The Coloradoan

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
City High School with the class of 1958 and enrolled in the School of Nursing at Colorado University where she received a B.S. degree in Nursing in 1962. Following residencies in San Francisco and Alaska, she was employed at Colorado General Hospital in Denver. While there she met Larry Weber and after a short courtship they were married on August 28, 1966. During their engagement, Joyce was accepted to the Boston University School of Nursing's Masters Program. A few days after their wedding, they drove to Massachusetts, where they lived for three years, later returning to Colorado after the completion of her degree. Larry and Joyce were blessed with the birth of two children - Mark, born in Boston and Kristine in Englewood, Colo. They moved to Ft. Collins in 1972, where Joyce raised their family while working and volunteering in many local social programs providing assistance to low income, elderly and the uninsured families. In 1986 she was named 'Volunteer of the Year...

Geraldine (Jeanne) Rose Mahaffy - St. George Daily Spectrum

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
WA to Gerald and Mabel Odom on February 3, 1938, the youngest of five children, Jeanne grew up in the Yakima and Selah, WA area during her early childhood. Her father died in 1942 while working in Alaska. In 1950, her mother moved the family to the Lake Stevens, WA area where Jeanne attended schools and graduated from Lake Stevens High School. After high school, she met and married Leon P. Johnson. They lived for a short time in California and then moved to a four acre farm in Arlington, WA. Two children, Jeffery and Juliann, were born in the early 1960's. The marriage ended in a divorce in the late 1970's. Jeanne then met Lorrence (Larry) A. Mahaffy, Jr., her best friend and supporter for the rest of her life. They were married in Tacoma, WA on June 25, 1982. In Jun...

Santorum, Romney in tight duel for Ohio - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Ron Paul. Gingrich had a victory in his column - his first win in more than six weeks. He triumphed at home in Georgia, but had to share the delegates. Paul pinned his hopes on Idaho and Alaska as he scratched for his first victory of the campaign season. Whatever the outcome in Ohio, Romney was on track to pad his lead in the hunt for delegates to the Republican National Convention. Not surprisingly, he focused on the delegate chase. “This is a process of gathering enough delegates to become the nominee, and I think we’re on track to have that happen,” he told reporters as he arrived home in Massachusetts to vote in the primary. Later, he told supporters, “I’m going to get this nomination.” Yet Santorum’s multiple victories, coupled with Gingrich’s win, provided fresh evidence that Romney’s conservative rivals retain the ability to outpoll him in certain parts of the country despite his huge organizational and financial advantages. Santorum waited until Oklahoma and Tennessee fell into his column before speaking to cheering supporters in Ohio. “We’re going to win a few. We’re going to lose a few. But as it looks right now, we’re going to get a couple of gold medals and a whole passel of silver,” he said. (Page 2 of 4) In all, there were primaries in Virginia,...

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

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Ron Paul. Gingrich had a victory in his column - his first win in more than six weeks. He triumphed at home in Georgia, but had to share the delegates. Paul pinned his hopes on Idaho and Alaska as he scratched for his first victory of the campaign season. Whatever the outcome in Ohio, Romney was on track to pad his lead in the hunt for delegates to the Republican National Convention. Not surprisingly, he focused on the delegate chase. “This is a process of gathering enough delegates to become the nominee, and I think we’re on track to have that happen,” he told reporters as he arrived home in Massachusetts to vote in the primary. Later, he told supporters, “I’m going to get this nomination.” Yet Santorum’s multiple victories, coupled with Gingrich’s win, provided fresh evidence that Romney’s conservative rivals retain the ability to outpoll him in certain parts of the country despite his huge organizational and financial advantages. Santorum waited until Oklahoma and Tennessee fell into his column before speaking to cheering supporters in Ohio. “We’re going to win a few. We’re going to lose a few. But as it looks right now, we’re going to get a couple of gold medals and a whole passel of silver,” he said. (Page 2 of 4) In all, there were primaries in Virginia,...



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