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Duckett Robinson Funeral Home and Crematory
108 Crossing Creek Road
Central , SC
(864) 639-2411
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Ruth Caroline Tyler

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Ruth Caroline Tyler, 90, of Moore, died peacefully Thursday, June 21, 2012, at the Central Montana Skilled Nursing Center in Lewistown and went home to be with her Lord and Savior.Ruth was born on Dec. 15, 1921, in Kalispell, the daughter of Walter and Alma Kraft. She was one of five children. She had three brothers, Herbert, Al, and Paul, and one sister, Helen. She received her schooling in Kalispell, graduating from Flathead High School in 1939.On Nov. 9, 1940, Ruth was united... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Rodney King, key figure in L.A. riots, dies - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He resigned under pressure soon after. Gates died of cancer in 2010. In the two decades after he became the central figure in the riots, King was arrested several times, mostly for alcohol-related crimes, the last in Riverside Calif., last July. He later became a record company executive and a reality TV star, appearing on shows such as "Celebrity Rehab." In an interview earlier this year with The Associated Press, King said he was a happy man. "America's been good to me after I paid the price and stayed alive through it all," he says. "This part of my life is the easy part now." Rev. Al Sharpton said in a statement that King was a symbol of the civil and anti-police brutality movement. "Through all that he had gone through with his beating and his personal demons he was never one to not call for reconciliation and for people to overcome and forgive," Sharpton wrote. "History will record that it was Rodney King's beating and his actions that made America deal with the excessive misconduct of law enforcement." Attorney Harland Braun, who represented one of the police officers, Ted Briseno, in the federal trial, said King's name would always be a part of Los Angeles history. "I always saw him as a sad figure swept up into something bigger than he was," Braun said. "He wasn't a hero or a villain. He was probably just a nice person." King's case never would have become such a symbol without the video, he said. "If there hadn't been a video there would have never been a case. In those days, you might have claimed excessive force but there would have been no way to prove it." The San Bernardino County coroner will perform an autopsy on King within 48 hours. [Last modified: Jun 17, 2012 05:03 PM]NationalCopyright 2012 Tampa Bay Times ...

Raynetta Mobley founded successful braiding salon 12 years ago - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Simply Natural Braid Salon and Boutique. Ms. Mobley started the business at 1622 Central Ave. in 2000, and has run it with several of her sisters. The store reflects her eclectic tastes and singular approach to people and life. Customers, including men, came in to have their hair braided or to browse Ms. Mobley's international clothing and artifacts from her travel to Africa or Europe. Ms. Mobley welcomed them with rocking chairs, jazz in...

Masterson snuffs Reds in Indians' 8-1 win - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Indians came home and returned the favor. Justin Masterson finished off the Reds - completely. Masterson pitched a three-hitter for his first complete game this season and the AL Central-leading Cleveland Indians capped off a three-game sweep with an 8-1 win Wednesday night. Masterson (4-6) took a shutout into the eighth before the Reds ended the right-hander's streak of consecutive scoreless innings at 18. He did not walk a batter and struck out nine, including the side in the ninth, for his fourth career complete game. Cincinnati's only run was unearned. "He was just terrific," Indians manager Manny Acta said.

Leighton Sam Freeman

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Oct. 16, 1943 — May 2, 2012 Leighton Sam Freeman, 68, of Holley died May 2. He was born in Portland to Sam and June Freeman. He was primarily raised in Halsey and attended Halsey Grade School and Central Linn High. Leighton spent most of his working life as a truck driver. He drove for Morse Brothers for over 20 years. He loved driving and working on his dump truck. He enjoyed camping, snowmobiling, hunting, dancing and his dog, 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 ... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Detroit Tigers - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Wednesday night and allowed two runs.What it meant for Detroit was four solid starts in a row, something the club will need going forward if it hopes to be a factor in the AL Central. Winning the division is probably the only way any of the Central teams will make the postseason."That was good," manager Jim Leyland said. "I thought he did very well. Now we need a good start from Jacob Turner. That would be beneficial."The Tigers' starters have been too inconsistent for the club to overcome its hitting deficien...

Chapman's 2nd straight blown save costs Reds - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Votto and Brandon Phillips, with consecutive pitches in the third. Former Reds pitcher Jared Burton worked the ninth for his first career save. The loss left the NL Central leaders at 7-8 in interleague play this season and 104-131 all-time. The Twins finished 9-9 this year and are 157-125 all-time. The Reds took a 1-0 lead in the fourth on Devin Mesoraco's leadoff double down the left-field line, Leake's sacrifice and Wilson Valdez's two-out single. Trevor Plouffe tied the score with his 15th homer of the season, a 385-foot drive to right-center field with one out in the fifth. The shot extended to 62 the number of consecutive games in which at least one home run has been hit at Great American Ball Park, the longest current streak in the majors. The score was 1-all when Mauer lined Leake's first pitch of the seventh to right field for a single and Willingham followed with a double, setting up Justin Morneau's RBI groundout. Valdez led off the eighth inning with an infield single. Votto followed with his 14th homer of the season, an opposite-field drive to left. NOTES: Reds SS Zack Cozart, who had one hit in 14 at-bats over his last three games, also got Sunday off. Valdez started in his place.

Birmingham Festival Theatre serves up another effective 'Last Hotel ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Magic City. Freedom Riders are arriving, and Eugene "Bull" Connor, commissioner of public safety, is fighting as hard as he can against integration in the city. Connor is a central character in this show, a frequent visitor to the hotel and cafe run by Dinah Fraley. She lives there with her husband, Pete, and their two children, and their more liberal views are butting up against those of Connor, who knew Dinah's mother well. As the Freedom Riders arrive, and one takes refuge in Dinah's hotel, tensions are coming to a head. Like the 1996 production, director Edward C. Miller's revival pulls no punches, and he's cast the show well from top to bottom. Amanda Maddox sets the tone right away as Dinah Fraley. You can see the tension on her face as the show opens, and her riveting performance is the production's moral compass. Likewise with David Seale's Pete. Pete wants to do the right thing, but he also knows the ramifications of doing that, and that te...

Artist Mahaffey White embraced spirit of adventure

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mrs. White was born in Corinth, Miss., and moved with her family in 1913 to Memphis, where she developed her interest in art at Lenox School. She graduated from Central High School and attended the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1938, while living in New York, Mrs. White married organist Richard T. White, who was raised in Memphis and moved to New York to study. They were married 71 years and had two sons. In 1950, the family returned to Memphis and Mrs. White became active in local efforts to improve public education and equality. She was a founder of the Memphis Better Schools Committee. When she was 52, Mrs. White returned to college full time at the Memphis Art Academy, received a master's degree from the University of Memphis and eventually became associate professor of art at Shelby State (now Southwest Tennessee Community College). After jewelry making, fashion designing, print making, pottery and sculpture, Mrs. White delved into photography, which became her primary medium for the next 25 years. Her works in black and white as well as color were exhibited in numerous private galleries, colleges and other venues in several states. "She delighted in bein... (The Commercial Appeal)

Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, 1-4 p.m. Saturdays, through Aug. 5. Reception, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, the Athenaeum, 201 S. Prince St., Alexandria. Free. 703-548-0035 or www.nvfaa.org. Arlington Central Library plant clinic, gardening questions answered by Virginia Cooperative Extension master gardeners. 6:45-8:45 p.m. Thursdays, Arlington Central Library, 1015 N. Quincy St. Free. 703-228-6414. “Happy Endings” dance performance, by Jane Franklin Dance, dancers manipulate a kinetic sculpture under the Beatley Library rotunda, sponsored by the Alexandria Arts Commission and Public Art Committee. 7 p.m., Charles E. Beatley Library, 5005 Duke St., Alexandria. Free. 703-746-1702.




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