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Grant Mortuary

Grant Mortuary
621 Yampa Avenue
Craig, CO 81625
Phone: (970) 824-6133
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Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Astros a 1-0 lead. Lewis then retired the last eight batters he faced. In the sixth, Rodriguez walked Mike Napoli and, after a sacrifice advanced the runners, Craig Gentry to load the bases. Kinsler followed with his bases-clearing triple. After Elvis Andrus walked, Michael Young singled to drive in Kinsler, and Andrus scored when right fielder Brian Bogusevic was slow getting the ball back to the infield. Beltre followed with his two-run shot into the left-field seats. Andrus had an RBI single in the seventh to make it 8-1. After Lee's two-run single in the eighth, Yorvit Torrealba's added run-scoring grounder in the bottom of the inning. NOTES: Rangers OF Josh Hamilton was back with the team on Sunday but remained out of the lineup while still recuperating from an intestinal virus that required a stay in the hospital. He is expected to play Monday in the first game of the Rangers' three-game series at San Diego, though manager Ron Washington said his status is day-to-day. ... Houston relievers had not allowed an inherited runner to score this season, stranding 16 before Cruz scored in the sixth. ... Houston pitching coach Doug Brocail was ejected in the top of the ninth inning - with his team batting - after charging out of the dugout to argue with home-plate umpire Dale Scott. ... Washington said RHP Neftali Feliz (sprained right elbow) is expected to begin a long-toss routine on Monday. The team will re-evaluate his status after a couple of weeks. ... Washington said the team has not determined how to use the rotation spot filled by rookie Justin Grimm on Saturday, which next comes up on Friday. There are a few options available, including calling up Roy Oswalt from ...

'Frog juice' drug found in horses - El Paso Inc.

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Barker said. If horses cannot feel their injuries, veterinarians say, they are more likely to run harder than they otherwise would. Craig W. Stevens, a professor of pharmacology at Oklahoma State University who has studied dermorphin, said the substance makes animals “hyper.” “For a racehorse, it would be beneficial,” he said. “The animal wouldn’t feel pain, and it would have feelings of excitation and euphoria.” In New Mexico Stevens said dermorphin is found on the skin of a frog called Phyllomedusa sauvagei, which is native to South America. Barker said he suspected that most of the dermorphin had been artificially synthesized. “There’s a lot out there, and that would be an awful lot of frogs that would have to be squeezed,” he said, adding, “There are a lot of unemployed chemists out there.” How often dermorphin is used in racing is not yet known – many states do not have the capability to test for it – but so far laboratories have found it in Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Vince Mares, executive director of the New Mexico Racing Commission, said Tuesday that a California lab had found dermorphin in six postrace tests in New Mexico. Mares said the positive tests had not yet been confirmed. Its use is also suspected in Texas. Oklahoma officials declin...

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

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
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 Hartnell: "We've got to have a good start. It's not like they're going to roll over and die just because of what happened. Whoever they put in there, we've got to do a job against their top guys and be disciplined." Game 4 Preview (Kings lead 3-0) Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings, 7:30 p.m. The Kings go for the kill against Cory Schneider and the Vancouver Canucks … although they're less concerned ...

Kathryn C. Ferguson

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Catholic Church, St. Rita’s Guild, and the Sons of Norway. She enjoyed camping, counted cross stitch, crossword puzzles and baking.Survivors include three children, Cherelee (Wayne) Martin of Moore, Craig (Debbie) Ferguson of White Salmon, Wash., and Susan (Dave) Woods of Lewistown; seven grandchildren, Toby Ferguson, Jeff (Andrea) Martin, Matt (Judi) Martin, Nick (Dorothy) Woods, Casey Ferguson, Krista (Nick Nowak) Woods and Patrick Woods; seven great-grandchildren, Jordan Ferguson, Trace, Jaden and Brady Martin, and Cole, Kate and Quin Martin. In addition, she is survived by two brothers, Alan (Marge) Sullivan and Paul (Joan) Sullivan; a sister-in-law, Hazel Sullivan; and numerous nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her husband, Monte Ferguson; a son, Daniel Ferguson; five brothers, Neil, Eugene, Arthur “Pat,” Edward, and Francis Sullivan; three sisters, Theresa and Mary Sullivan and Helen Venetz Hoyt; and her parents.A Vigil Service will be held at St. Leo’s Catholic Church on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m.Funeral Liturgy will be at St. Leo’s Catholic Church on Monday, March 26 at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Central Montana Memorial Gardens.Memorials are suggested to the St. Leo’s Ch... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Bob Shryock: He spent a lifetime helping others - Gloucester County Times - NJ.com

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
But his obituary said it as succinctly as possible: He spent a lifetime helping others and accomplished much in the process. Joan Munyon, Wayne’s widow and mother of their two children, Michelle and Craig, provided the information for this story, which is a microcosm of his life. Wayne was raised in Glassboro and became an acolyte at age eight when, Joan says, “he couldn’t quite reach the altar candles.” An avid runner at GHS, he took part in the Penn Relays. In the fall of 1964, Wayne entered the University of Oklahoma for pre-med. But physical therapy soon became his life’s focus after a running injur...

Trip to family cemetery well worth the wait - Richmond Daily News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Marilyn was not as lucky, because we were unable to locate the graves of her family, Henry and Hannah Craig, who were buried there in 1881. I felt bad that the person that had come the longest distance had to leave without finding her family, but she took it like a real trooper and said she would be back another day to look again. We know they are buried here because we have a record of the cemetery that has their names listed on it.After visiting the Pettus farm, I wanted to know more about the Pettus family.The 1881 Ray County History book told about the original Pettus who settled in Ray County. “JOSEPH PETTUS. Was born in the state of Virginia. When still a small boy, his parents removed to Lincoln County, Kentucky, and here Joseph grew up, working on his father’s farm. He was married in the month of October, 1829, to Miss Mary Ann Hamilton, daughter of Thomas Hamilton, Esq., now deceased. They became the parents of sixteen children, ten sons and six daughters, fourteen of them, nine sons and five daughters, still survive. In October, 1833, Mr. Pettus left Kentucky and came to Ray County, Missouri, settling one and a half miles southeast of Elkhorn, in the then almost unbroken wilderness, where he had entered three hundred and sixty acres of land. He afterward bought eighty acres more, making in all four hundred and forty acres of rich land. Here he lived until the time of his death, 1857. He was occupied with his business, and took no active part in politics. In religion, both himself and his wife were what have been termed Kellyites. Mr. Pettus’ remains were interred upon his farm. He was successful with his business, because he was industrious and economical. All that he acquired of wealth he made by his own indomitable pluck, perseverance, and unremitting labor. His efforts were accredited their due measure of approbation, and he was greatly respected by his neighbors.”There are many other members of the Pettus family buried here along with several other family names. I have not pieced it all together yet, so we don’t know if they are all related or if the Pettus family was just nice enough to let their neighbors be buried there, too.After a little more research, I found Walter Hamilton Pettus and Sarah E. Pettus who were buried there, but were not li...

Beat Syracuse Cardinal News And Notes - Card Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Burr has worked this year, the loss coming against Georgetown. We were 2-1 all of last year (UK was the loss). Jim is working in Louisville more this year, he must have a steady girlfriend on Craigslist or Backpage. The "Booooooo" levels will be very high tonight, but that doesn't matter to Jim, I think he really likes it. Hopefully he doesn't screw up the end of the game like he did in the Rutgers/St John's Big East tourney game last year. I, like many, were hoping that would be his last Big East game. Here is an article from the Big East tournament last year Mike Stuart - not as well known as Jim Burr and Tim Higgins, but equally as bad. He is sneaky bad. Personally, he is one of my least favorite refs that works our games. Mike works a lot of SEC games too so he doesn't get to see good basketball on a regular basis. His claim to fame, is tossing John Calipari from the Mississippi Valley State game a couple of years ago. He is a T happy guy. He last worked the Kansas State/Texas game on Saturday. We are 1-1 this year (loss was @ Marquette) and we were 0-1 last y...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Corey Morgan (South Pointe) 220 – 1. Austin Brown (St. James), 2. Joseph Holland (Wade Hampton), 3. Brandon Owens (Chapin), 4. Kyle Burton (Socastee) 285 – 1. David Ratliff (Battery Creek), 2. Craig Burton (Socastee), 3. Tre Long (Eastside), 4. Devin White (Walhalla) CLASS AA/A 106 – 1. Anthony Zovich (Carolina), 2. Luke Curtis (Chesterfield), 3. Nathan Brazel (Gilbert), 4. Mikey Pascual (St. John’s) 113 – 1. Ethan Nobles (Aynor), Malcolm Jones (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Josh McDermett (Adademic Magnet), 4. Devin Needs (Chesnee) 120 – 1. J. J. Johnson (Hanahan), 2. Dylan Altman (Buford), 3. Jacon Lanford (Woodruff), 4. Randy Medina (Columbia) 126 – 1. Landis Hiers (Bamberg-Erhardt), 2. Cody Pirkle (Emerald), 3. Dillon Haney (Blacksburg), 4. Mikel Nelson (Columbia) 132 – 1. Xavier Johnson (Edisto), 2. Garrett Woodworth (Blacksburg), 3. George Kerhualas (Emerald), 4. Jared Maltby (Chesterfield) 138 – 1. Tahj Gilliam (Woodruff), 2. Lane Alling (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Dakota Stewart (Liberty), 4. Jacob Hopper (Newberry) 145 – 1. Nate Harper (Columbia), 2. Player Long (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Zac Stacy (Aynor), 4. Travis Hinson (Chesterfield) 152 – 1. Dennis Flores (Hanahan), 2. Dustin Martin (Chesnee), 3. Brandon Cheatham (Ninety-Six), 4. Taylor Elizondo (Timberland) 160 – 1. Eddie Emery (Ninety-Six), 2. Darren Jones (Edisto), 3. Devin Wilson (Loris), 4. Gabe McCall (St. Joseph’s) 170 – 1. Mark Moody (Bamberg-Erhardt), 2. Nick Clark (Strom Thurmond), 3. Chris Dyer (Gilbert), 4. Bernard Harmon (Timberland) 182 – 1. Rondreas Truesdale (Indian Land), 2. Carlos Dubois (Eau Claire), 3. Matt Uselman (Liberty), 4. Di’Ontrey Gibbons (Marion) 195 – 1. Daniel Witmore (North Central), 2. Devarius Brunson (Lake City), 3. Ben Glace (Abbeville), 4. Anthony Lewis (Swansea) 220 – 1. Dajuan Griffin (Loris), 2. Tony Whitley (Carolina), 3. Dillon Holliday (Abbeville), 4. Malcolm Nazon (Bishop England) 285 – 1. Gage Cervenka (Emerald), 2. Quintin Lewis (Cheraw), 3. Marc Morris (Indian Land), 4. David DeLeon (Bamberg-Erhardt) ...

Ken Price, Sculptor Who Helped Elevate Ceramics, Dies at 77

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
And they fit in at several points across the fertile landscape of American art of the last 50 or more years. With artists like Billy Al Bengston, Robert Irwin, Ed Ruscha, Larry Bell and Craig Kauffman, Mr. Price was a progenitor of the Finish Fetish school of meticulous object-making that did so much to establish Los Angeles as an art capital. With artists from both coasts, including John Chamberlain, Donald Judd, John McCracken and Dan Flavin, he helped to usher vibrant color irrevocably into modern sculpture, often with the help of automobile lacquer and enamel. But his greatest achievement may have been to help foment a revolution in ceramics that was in many ways the true genesis of the Southern California art scene, allied with the ceramic sculptors Peter Voulkos, who was briefly his teacher, and John Mason. His insistence on ceramics as high art was an argument that Mr. Price, a man of few but well-chosen words, left to his sculptures to articulate. Mr. Price enjoyed sustained critical success, but his penchant for working small and his allegiance to clay sometimes obscured his originality. It became almost reflexive for critics and curators to write that his art was paradoxically celebrated yet underappreciated. In 2007,  the American critic Dave Hickey called Mr. Price “the Gle... (New York Times)

James C. Gardner (Cam) - Corning Leader

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Saturday morning jams.  Cam was ahead of his time, technologically speaking, and his expertise, wit, big heart, and uniqueness will be missed by all who knew and loved him.Cam is survived by his son, Craig Gardner, of Mountain Top, PA; daughter and son-in-law Shannon and Jim Piper of San Antonio, TX; daughter Stephanie Evon of Mountain Top, PA; daughter Margo Evon of Chili, NY; and daughter and son-in-law Amanda and Mike Zarnecki of Elkland, PA; eight grandchildren Austin Gardner, Eliana, Jimmy, and Avonlea Piper, Alexander Francisco, Kaley Walker, Catrina Pettit, and Audriana Davis; four sisters, Wendy Copenhaver, Corning, NY, Michelle Abrams, Elkland, PA, Leigh Anne Humphrey, LeRoy, NY, and Lesley Gardner-Watkins, Addison, NY; several nieces and nephews, friends, and pets.The family invites all family and friends to a celebration of his life on Friday, February 17th at The Marigold Manner, Main Street, Elkland, PA at 6:00.  Please come and share memories, tears, and laughs with all who loved and cared for him.  If possible, though NOT necessary, the family would appreciate it if you could bring a bite or drink to share.A complete obituary is online at www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.  Arrangements are in care of the Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland.




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