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Delta , CO 81416
(970) 874-9988
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Wren, Mauldin each win twice at IP Classic - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Bob Collins and Elizabeth Tate. The team has five meets scheduled in its first season. Easley senior Joseph Smith has signed to continue his football career as a long snapper at NCAA Division II Delta State (Miss.) University. Former North Greenville University Jamey Chadwell was hired in January to lead the Delta State program. Smith is the fourth member of the 2011 Green Wave headed for college football, joining Brandaun Addison (Gardner-Webb), Zach Lappin (Mars Hill) and Andrew Gilstrap (North Greenville).

From slave to business owner: William Quincy Atwood - Ledger Independent

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
However, this money could have been from ventures that William Atwood and his brother, John Stiles Atwood delved into while they traveled to California in 1859. According to the Delta College Library archives, they operated a restaurant, were horse dealers, and eventually invested in gold and silver mining during the Gold Rush. William returned in 1860 or 1861 to Ripley, where he taught school and talked about the war, according to Simmons. Sometime during this period, he traveled to Saginaw, Mich., and opened a logging business. When he was about 23 years old, at the outbreak of the Civil War, he organized a volunteer black troop in Ripley. But black troops were not accepted at the start of the war. So he returned to Saginaw and continued to build an empire in the lumber business. He married in 1872, to Charlotte M. Eckles of Georgia, in Cleveland, who graduated from a school in Salem, Mass. They had five children, according to the Delta College library. He was prominent in Republican politics and in 1888 was elected as a delegate-at-large to the National Republican Convention at Chicago. Then, twice more he was elected as a Republican delegate. By his middle age, he was a student of history, philosophy and the cultured classics, as well as a forceful orator. He was described as a man who possessed modesty without humility and dignity without arrogance, according to archives. The Ripley local paper ran a speech that William Atwood gave in Lansing, Mich., on Aug. 1, 1883: Most people of this country, "... are ignorant of our virtues and conversant with our vices, and judge the whole race by the vices of the few. It is a duty to be intelligent, and a crime to be ignorant, wisdom is the light reflected from the focus of moral courage ..." He also said in his speech, "If you would have the confidence and respect of others, you must love yourselves and respect yourselves and each other. Love your own color, and with intelligence, industry, and probity, command others to respect...

Beach Boys, Radiohead, Chili Peppers to play Bonnaroo - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Acoustic music fans can look forward to the Punch Brothers, Trampled by Turtles, Laura Marling, The Devil Makes Three and Sarah Jarosz. There will be a heavy dose of roots rockers, too, including Delta Spirit, the Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr. and The Word featuring John Medeski, Robert Randolph and North Mississippi Allstars. Neo soul fans can turn to Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Darondo, Little Dragon and The Soul Rebels. And a year after rap dominated the 10th anniversary of Bonnaroo with Eminem, Lil Wayne, Wiz Kalifa, Big Boi and others headlining, it remains a large part of the Bonnaroo lineup. Ludacris, Black Star, Mac Miller, Childish Gambino, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Das Racist and others are on the schedule.

Churchill graduate mourned - San Antonio Express

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Hill Country spring for his baptism. “God was with him,” Russell said. “From the wonderful to the tragic days.” Patterson, a freshman studying film and digital media, was pledging the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, according to his obituary. Inside the church at 15315 Huebner Road, his older brother, Evan, a senior at Baylor and member of the same fraternity, fought back tears as he read from a small notepad. He said losing his brother had made his memory “a bit shoddy.” He told the crowd he would be brief because the two brothers always appreciated “a concise sermon,” and called William “the strong one,” who always pushed the boundaries. “I wanted you to follow in my footsteps,” Evan Patterson said as crying rippled through the crowd, but now, he said, his brother was moving into “uncharted territory” without him. “You probably would have hated the attention,” he said of the mourning, and drew laughs when he added, “But you would have loved the food.” “I love you and I miss you, Will,” he said. Retired Pastor Bill Nichols reminded the mourners that somewhere in the darkest of days, light comes shining through. He urged everyone to let Patterson's life be a turning point for them not to do what is usual, to let it stand for something more. In a prepared statement, Michael de los Santos, Scout executive of the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, said the Scouts were keeping the Patterson family in their prayers. “Eagle Scouts are rare,” de los Santos said. “And to lose one ...

Churchill graduate mourned - San Antonio Express

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Hill Country spring for his baptism. “God was with him,” Russell said. “From the wonderful to the tragic days.” Patterson, a freshman studying film and digital media, was pledging the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, according to his obituary. Inside the church at 15315 Huebner Road, his older brother, Evan, a senior at Baylor and member of the same fraternity, fought back tears as he read from a small notepad. He said losing his brother had made his memory “a bit shoddy.” He told the crowd he would be brief because the two brothers always appreciated “a concise sermon,” and called William “the strong one,” who always pushed the boundaries. “I wanted you to follow in my footsteps,” Evan Patterson said as crying rippled through the crowd, but now, he said, his brother was moving into “uncharted territory” without him. “You probably would have hated the attention,” he said of the mourning, and drew laughs when he added, “But you would have loved the food.” “I love you and I miss you, Will,” he said. Retired Pastor Bill Nichols reminded the mourners that somewhere in the darkest of days, light comes shining through. He urged everyone to let Patterson's life be a turning point for them not to do what is usual, to let it stand for something more. In a prepared statement, Michael de los Santos, Scout executive of the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, said the Scouts were keeping the Patterson family in their prayers. “Eagle Scouts are rare,” de los Santos said. “And to lose one ...

Mary Louise Fiser-Obit - Helena Daily World

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Elaine through the 11th grade and elected to finish her senior year at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo. where she continued and received her associate degree. She was a member of the Tri-Delta Sorority. Mary Louise received her BSBA degree in 1956, majoring in banking and finance from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She became president of Delta State Bank in Elaine after the death of her father in 1976 and remained in that position until the bank was sold in 2000. She always told the story that she opened and closed the doors at Delta State Bank for 50 years and 6 mont...

Obit — Kenneth Eugene Burch - Daily Ardmoreite

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
Texas.An Ardmore resident since 1999, moving back here from Texas, Kenneth grew up in Springer, Oklahoma. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma where he was a member of Delta Phi Delta. He retired from Vought Manufacturing in Dallas, Texas, as a technical illustrator. Kenneth enjoyed feeding the birds, painting and was a self-taught banjo player. He was a member of the Ardmore Art Guild.He is survived by his wife, Melba Ruth Burch of the home; son, Gary Kenneth Burch and wife, Evelyn of Arlington, Texas; grandchildren, Ryan Kenneth Burch and James Tyler Burch; and sister, Peggy Joyce Cipriani of Texas.He was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers and sisters, Gertrude, Callie, Richard, Blanche, Clyde, Vonda, Frankie, Jack and Bert.Condolences may be made online to the family at www.hdouglasfuneralhome.com.Memorials may be made to Cross Timbers Hospice.Services are under the direction of the ...

GSP pushing for cargo traffic as well as passenger traffic - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
The airline flies a full-size plane, which means it has room for cargo. Commuter jets often have very little space for cargo. That competition encouraged Delta Airlines to ramp up its cargo business at GSP, he said. GSP’s busiest cargo month was April, when it had 52 operations during the month. An operation is either a landing or a takeoff with cargo. The first full-size freighter since the Aviation Services began attempting to increase cargo traffic was National Airlines, with a load for BMW Manufacturing, on Oct. 29. Since then, the airport has experienced a total 0f 13 full-body operations - nine of which were wide-body planes - for a revenue of $96,790. Also, GSP has received final approval to create a container freight station, essentially a warehouse for international goods that come into GSP but can’t immediately be moved out with ground transportation. Before the operation, to be located in the South Cargo Area, is opened, additional training in the handling of international freight is necessary for him and his staff, Garner said. “There is a lot of opportunity out here for manufacturers,” said Edwards, adding that GSP economic development efforts could also attract logistics firms to the airport.

Virginia Elizabeth Duff - Ennis Daily News

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Her membership in civic organization include: organizing and past Regent of the Rebecca Boyce Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution; Honorary State member of Delta Kappa Gamma; past Chairman of Ellis County Historical Commission; Director of Ferris Memorial Parks, Inc. for which she obtained the charter for the non-profit organization from the State of Texas in 1962; past President of Smith Cemetery Association; Member State Bar of Texas; Farm Bureau; Historic Waxahachie; Chautauqua Preservation Society; and Friends of the Texas State Cemetery where her cenotaph is located.Her honors include Ferris Citizen of the Year in 1998, and she is listed in Who’s Who in Texas, Who’s Who in American Women and Who’s Who in Texas Historical Society.She traveled extensively after the loss of her mother with the Citizens Club of Citizens National Bank of Waxahachie.She is preceded in death by her father in 1929, her mother in 1986, her brother James Farrar Duff in 1969, also by her grandparents, James Robert and Margaret Cockrell Duff, James Hans and Anna Marshall Farrar.She was a very devoted daughter, cousin, friend, and community advocate. She will be dearly missed by family, friends and all the lives that she has touched.Survivors include numerous cousins in the Duff, Farrar, Pratt, Orr Green, Kooken, Clopton and Prude families, early pioneers of Ellis County.Viewing will be held 6-8 PM Monday, January 16, 2012 at Green Funeral Home 207 S. Wood St. in Ferris, Texas. Funeral service will be held 2:00 PM Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at the First Presbyterian Church, 201 N. Church St. in Ferris, Texas with Reverend Jim Riley officiating. Internment to follow at Ferris Memorial Park North. Pallbearers: Henry Byrd, Jr., Edwin Farrar, Franklin Farrar, R.L. Farrar, Rene Medina, J.H. Toomey, Odell Wilson. Honorary Pallbearers: Dr. Ronald Calgaard, Boyce Farrar Jr., Preston Hallman, Duff Hallman, Judge Robert Hughes, Lee Longino, Honorable Jim Pitts. Funeral arrangements are under the directions of Green Funeral Home.Memorials can be made to the charity of your choice. Posted by publisher on Jan 14 2012. Filed under Obituaries. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry ...

Betty Haight

Wed, Jan 11, 2012
She graduated from Missoula schools and attended Modern Business College, then went on to what is now University of Montana. She was active in Delta Delta Delta Sorority.Betty married Neil Haight (Lewistown) on April 12, 1952. Her life with Neil took them from rural central Montana to New Mexico, then back to Lewistown and finally to Helena. They traveled throughout the United States and Canada in a fleet of self-customized vans, spent countless hours enjoying wildlife at Gates of the Mountains, and... (Lewistown News-Argus)




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