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Domoney Furniture and Funeral Home
817 Morgan Avenue
Downs , KS 67437
(785) 454-3325
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817 Morgan Avenue
Downs , KS 67437
(785) 454-3424
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Downs , KS 67437
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Veterinarian, marathoner lived for racing - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
OLDSMAR — Dr. Rosalyn Randall was up by 4 a.m. most mornings. The track veterinarian at Tampa Bay Downs, whose job was to determine the fitness of horses, hit the quiet streets for her own run. By 6 a.m. she was at the track, checking the horses scheduled to run. She examined each one, then watched them jog. If something was wrong, she acted on it. By noon, the vet was free to take a break, which for her meant going for a swim or logging some miles on her racing bicycle. Some marathon or triat...

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

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Even the supply of younger military hand-me-downs has dried up. “There are no lightweight bombers being surplused anymore,” said Vincent Ambrosia, a forest fire expert at NASA. So far this year, attrition has reduced the fleet by three. In early June, one tanker attempting a low-altitude bombing run in western Utah hit the rising terrain and crashed, killing the two pilots on board. Another was forced into a hard touchdown after its landing gear failed to deploy. A third was grounded after its owners discovered a “significant crack” during an inspection, federal officials said. The Forest Service announced this month that it would add three new tanker planes this season, bringing its fleet up to a dozen, and four more next year. And it has already increased the number of aircraft by temporarily leasing planes from firefighting outfits in Alaska, California and Canada.

Six-year vet Zachary Miller headed to Akron - Culpeper Star Exponent

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Masters Division crown, and rookie driver Adam Miller — no relation — came away with the Superstock Division title. The younger Miller had already qualified for another trip to Derby Downs with rally points, but in his sixth year as a driver, Zachary’s mother, Tonya, said he was focused on taking home one of the nearly five-feet tall trophies the local champions are awarded. “He was determined to win the local race this year,” Tonya Miller said. “He wanted that big trophy and that big check,” she continued, referring to the $1,000 check each division winner receives to help offset the cost of the trip to the world championships. Zachary, who finished third in the Stock Division last year, wasn’t only rewarded for his speed Saturday, though. He also earned the division’s Best in Show award with a flame-decorated speedster sponsored by Autumn Care of Madison. But all trophies in the world and hoopla that surrounds them are lost to Zachary. He’s focused on Akron. “I’m going to Ohio, and I can’t wait,” Zachary told everyone who crossed his path after the final heat. Gillette Harris earned his second top-five finish in as many years, taking third. A pair of four-year veterans rounded out the top five, with Ella Nelson finishing fourth and Titus Konold coming in fifth.

RC Owens dies at 77; 49ers 'alley oop' receiver - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Gee whiz, you made me look good," Tittle said. "I can do it every time," Owens replied. Alley oop plays resulted in three game-winning touchdowns that season, powering the 49ers to an 8-4 record and their first playoff appearance. He once blocked a field goal by swatting away the ball just as it was about to clear the crossbar. (NFL rules now preclude that type of goal tending.) The term "alley oop" is now used more frequently in basketball, typically referring to a set-up for a dunk in which a player lobs the ball to a teammate near the rim. Raleigh Climon Owens was born Nov. 12, 1934, in Shreveport, La. His parents moved to Santa Monica two years later. He attended College of Idaho on a football and basketball scholarship, and while there talked his roommate, future Lakers great Elgin Baylor, out of playing football. Even though he was selected in the 14th round of the 1956 NFL draft, Owens made an immediate splash. He was the 49ers' rookie of the year, with 27 catches for 395 yards and five touchdowns — big numbers in an era of running the football. Owens played eight seasons in the NFL, his first five with the 49ers (1957-61), followed by two with the Baltimore Colts (1962-63) and one with the New York Giants (1964). He was the first NFL receiver to wear gloves, a holdover from those bitter-cold games in Idaho. Owens had an effect on the game that extended beyond the field. Unhappy with a contract that paid him $10,500 for the 1960 season, he played out his option year in 1961 instead of signing a new deal with the 49ers. He then became a free agent, and the first to play out his option year then sign with another team, the Colts. So jarring was that move that 49ers owner Vic Morabito never again spoke to Colts owner Carroll Rosenbloom. A year later, NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle devised the "Rozelle Rule," which required the signing team (in ...

Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
His only walk Sunday, with one out in the fifth to Jason Castro, was followed by a two-base wild pitch. Matt Downs then blooped a single over a drawn-in infield on the right side to give the 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 bat...

Obit: Robert W. Jones - Dover Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
DelDot for the last 15 years. Bobby loved sports, and coached Dover Little League and city of Dover Basketball for many years. He especially enjoyed harness racing at Dover Downs. He was a great fan of all Philly sports. He also was an avid duke basketball follower. Bobby was a member of Wesley united Methodist church where he taught Sunday school for many years. He is survived by his wife Cindy Jones 2 sons, Christopher and Brett Jones; his mother Mary Davis of Hartly;  brother George “Sonny” Davis, wife Lisa and daughter Kristi of Smyrna; and sister Barbara Miller, husband William and daughters Kim and A...

Detroit Tigers - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He hadn't completed seven innings since going eight on May 1.And by relying more on his sinker, he's cut his home run pitches down. Porcello has given up just one home run since his May 11 start.One downside to the day was that catcher Gerald Laird left due to a left hamstring cramp.The Tigers were going to announce the optioning of rookie Bryan Holaday to the minors after the game to make room for the return of Alex Avila to the active roster. That is now on hold until at least Thursday morning, when the club can better determine the severity of Laird's injury.-----------------------------------------------MLB Team Report - Detroit Tigers - NOTES, QUOTES--C Gerald Laird suffered left hamstring cramping Wednesday night while making an aggressive run to second base on a fly ball to deep center. He was removed for a pinch runner, C Bryan Holaday, leaving Detroit with UT Don Kelly as its only available reserve catcher for the remainder of the game. Earlier in the month, Laird had right hamstring tightness that kept him out of action briefly. Laird walked in the fifth inning and advanced to second on a fly ball to center by CF Austin Jackson, but he grabbed his leg as soon as he stood up. Regular C Alex Avila was scheduled to return to the active roster and start Thursday. "I felt a knot in my hamstring after I popped up from my slide," Laird said. "They gave me an IV, but I can still feel it. We'll see how it feels Thursday." Holaday's presence on the roster likely depends on how Laird's hamstring feels.--C Bryan Holaday took over after C Gerald Laird suffered a left hamstring cramp in the fifth inning Wednesday night, but whether he stays with the Tigers on Thursday depends upon Laird's health. C Alex Avila is scheduled to come off th...

Birmingham's Michael Thompson shoots 66 to lead U.S. Open, Tiger ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Woods, not always straight on his first shot, mixed driver and irons off the tee throughout his round on a course that is not particularly long for this championship. The only downside through his stretch of pars: he two putted each time. Thompson was anything but conservative on this course. After all, he knows it well. Thompson lost 2 and 1 to Colt Knost in a grueling 36-hole finale at the U.S. Amateur here five years ago, and hadn't played a meaningful round on the Lake Course until after he qualified for the U.S. Open last week. Thompson piled up three bogeys on his front eight -- the USGA sent players off holes No. 1 and No. 9 instead of the usual 10th during the first two rounds because of the close proximity to the clubhouse -- and looked lost for long stretches. Instead, he found his grove in a powerful close stretch. Thompson had four birdies in his final eight holes, including a putt on 18th that brought the fans from the grandstand to those sitting up the steep hill below the clubhouse to their feet. He gently tossed the ball into the gallery and waved to the crowd. If not for a few misses, Woods might be the one on top already. Woods missed birdie putts on the first and second holes on the -- yanking the latter off the lip from about 4 feet -- and followed with another par. He stuck his approach within 8 feet on the par-4 4th and sunk another birdie putt to bring some of those roars back to Olympic club for the first time since the championship last hosted the event in 1998. The round was the first time Woods and Mickelson were paired in the U.S. Open since Torrey Pines in 2008. That's when the U.S. Golf Association grouped players off the world ranking, and also the last time Woods won a major. Defending champion Rory McIlroy, top-ranked Luke Donald and Lee Westwood had an afternoon start. McIlroy shattered U.S. Open records last year at rain-softened Congressional when he reached double figures under par before he even turned in his second-round scorecard. He finished at 268 to break the 72-hole record by four shots, and his 16-under total was four better than Woods' mark at Pebble Beach in 2000.

Roberta "Bobbie" J. Parenteau

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, in Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior. Visitation: 5-7 p.m. with a 5:30 p.m. Catholic Daughters of the Americas rosary service Tuesday, April 24, in Downs Funeral Home, 1617 N. 19th St., Superior and one hour prior to the service in the church. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Dennis Gomes, Atlantic City Casino Operator, Dies at 68

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
David Schwartz, director of the Center for Gaming Research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, said in an interview. There was a downside to Mr. Gomes’s management. More than 200 workers were laid off and nearly 500 others had their pay cut by as much as 52 percent. On many weekends, the casino workers’ union staged protests outside the casino. Dennis C. Gomes was born on Jan. 11, 1944. His Web site said he had earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s in finance, but a spokeswoman for Resorts said she could provide no further information. In addition to his son, Aaron, he is survived by his wife, Barbara; three daughters, Mary, Danielle and Gabrielle; and three grandchildren. “I believe that we are now in the beginning stages of bringing Atlantic City back to what it used to be — the ancient glories,” Mr. Gomes said in 2003. But he himself had gambled at a casino only once in his life, he said. He lost $2,500 at craps in Las Vegas, he recalled, and never went back to the tables. (New York Times)




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