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ARNE Funeral Home
200 North Utah Street
Clark , SD 57225
(605) 532-5959
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Furness Haugland Funeral Home
402 North Commercial Street
Clark , SD 57225
(605) 532-5772
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Pr. George's school chief finalist for Philadelphia job - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He was convicted and is serving time in prison. Hite is expected to participate in a community forum in Philadelphia on Tuesday night. Pedro Martinez, deputy superintendent in Clark County, Nev., is the second finalist chosen by the School Reform Commission and is expected to meet with the Philadelphia community Monday night. Martinez previously served as chief area officer of the Chicago public schools, the third-largest school district in the United States, serving more than 400,000 children. The commission could name a new superintendent by the end of next week. Hite and Martinez are both graduates of the Broad Superintendents Academy, a 10- month executive training program. Prior to being hired in Prince George’s, Hite had never served as a superintendent. He came to Prince George’s from Cobb County, Ga., where he served as assistant superintendent and supervised elementary, middle and high school principals. Previously, he worked in Henrico County, Va., as a principal and administrator.

Kevin Cuneo's TakeThirty: Nashville finally honors Owens' Bakersfield sound -

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
West Coast radio and TV stations. When he died in 2006 at 76, Owens was worth in the range of $150 million. A portion of that fortune came from his 17-year run as co-host, with Roy Clark, of "Hee Haw." Most of his obituaries described Owens first as "Hee Haw" co-host, which is a shame. His band, the Buckaroos, as talented a group that ever backed a singer, included standouts such as Haggard, who played bass. Haggard married one of Owens' ex-wives, and the two men battled off and on for years, but their friendship had been restored by the time Buck died. Owens performed at his $5 million Bakersfield nightclub just hours before he died in his sleep. Feeling ill after a consuming a big chicken-fried steak dinner, Buck was heading to his car when he met some fans who said they'd driven in from Bend, Ore., to hear him play. Owens turned around, went back into the club and did the show. Then he drove home and drifted away forever. Now that would make a great country song.

Dick Clark Could Rock, but He Started Out Country - Billboard

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
The music universe is reeling due to the passing this week of Dick Clark at 82. Between his numerous television and radio credits, Clark enjoyed one of the longest entertainment careers of all time. While many obituaries today will (and should) focus on his ties to the world of rock and roll, there were many ties to country music that Clark enjoyed. Remembering Dick ClarkSLIDESHOW: His Life & Career • Dick Clark Dead at 82 • Ryan Seacrest Reacts • 10 Great ...

Clark Aided Blacks on 'Bandstand'? Not Always - The Root

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Dick Clark, who died Wednesday at age 82, made rock and roll safe for American living rooms. He popularized the idea that teenagers are an important consumer group. And his nationally televised American Bandstand influenced music, dance and fashion, establishing Clark as one of the savviest businessmen of the 20th century. What the show didn't do was fully integrate its studio audience as soon as he be...

Obituary for ARMSTRONG

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Search Results ARMSTRONG -- MILDRED (MILLIE) C. Age 90, a resident of Albuquerque for 67 years, passed away Tuesday, March 27, 2012. She was born in Westerville, OH to Mary Mounts and Clark Frizzell. She was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Warren Armstrong. Millie is survived by her two daughters, Sharon Crismore and Linda Cornwell; one sister, Phyllis Smith; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Millie was a wonderful woman who loved her family. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed. Services will be held at 11:00 am, Monday, April 2, 2012 at D... (Albuquerque Journal)

Late notices, March 16, 2012 - News-Press Now

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Noon, Sunday.Dorothy M. Wilson Dorothy Mae Wilson, 77, of St. Joseph passed away Thursday, March 15, 2012, at a local health care center.Ms. Wilson has been cremated under direction of Clark-Sampson Funeral Home.A celebration of life will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, March 25, at the family residence.Online obituary and condolences available at

David Hamilton - People's Tribune

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
He is survived by his wife, Mary of Bowling Green; his mother, Alice of Peoria, Ill.;  children, Shane Hamilton and wife, Cindy of San Antonio, Texas, Elizabeth Clement and husband, Jerome of Clarksville, Tenn., David Clay Hamilton of Wright City and Christina Cooper of Inola, Okla.;  two step-daughters; nine grandchildren; four step-grandchildren and one step-great granddaughter; two sisters, Carol Betts and husband, George and Linda Hursha and husband, Charles; two brothers, Danny Hamilton, George Hamilton and wife, Gail, all from Illinois; many nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his father, Norman Hamilton and a sister, Mary Duckwaller.David was retired as an over the road truck driver in 2003.  After retiring he enjoyed walking his dog, E...

Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at 66

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz starred with him. Each part was loosely patterned after one of the Beatles, with Jones in the Paul McCartney role for The Monkees. The first single, “Last Train to Clarksville,” became a No. 1 hit. And the show caught on with audiences, featuring fast-paced, helter-skelter comedy inspired as much by the Marx Brothers as the Beatles. It was a shrewd case of cross-platform promotion. As David Bianculli noted in his “Dictionary of Teleliteracy,” ‘'The show's self-contained music videos, clear forerunners of MTV, propelled the group's first seven singles to enviable positions of the pop charts: three number ones, two number twos, two number threes." At 5-feet-3, Jones was by far the shortest member of the group — a fact often made light of on the show. But with his youthful good looks, he was also the group's heartthrob. And with the pronounced accent that he never lost, Jones was in some ways the Monkees’ direct connection to Beatlemania, which was still sweeping the United States when the television show “The Monkees” debuted. Yet after the show's launch, The Monkees came under fire from music critics when it was learned that session musicians — and not the group's members — had played the musical instruments on their recordings. They were derided as the “Prefab Four,” an insulting comparison to the Beatles’ nickname, the “Fab Four.” In reality, Jones could play the drums and guitar, and although Dolenz learned to play the drums after he joined the group, he could also play guitar, as could Nesmith. Nesmith also wrote several of The Monkees’ songs, as well as songs for others. Tork, who played bass and keyboards on the TV show was a multi-instrumentalist. The group eventually prevailed over the show's producers, including music director Don Kirchner, and began to play their own instrumentals. Regardless, the group was supported by enviable talent. Carole King and Gerry Goffin wrote “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” and Neil Diamond penned “I'm a Believer.” Musicians who played on their records included Billy Preston, who later played with the Beatles, Glen Campbell, Leon Russell, Ry Cooder and Neil Young. The group also released the 1968 film “Head,” derided at the time as a psychedelic mishmas... (Duluth News Tribune)

Clarksville reporter begins journey through her genealogy - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
The name read Bessie Louis Moore (Green). She was my great-great-grandmother who lived to be 108 years old. Last week as I sat in the Clarksville-Montgomery County’s genealogy room talking to Karen Curry, a family genealogist, and she showed me several family records of my grandmother, Clara Iola Green. I learned as far back as 1890 my family lived and worked right here in Montgomery County. I always thought we originated from Christian County in Kentucky, and a lot of the family did. It was interesting to know I had so much history in this wonderful county where I live. My ancestors were farmers in Montgomery County. Soon I found myself dying to learn more and I did what most people do when they want to find something. I Googled it. I started searching online through any Montgomery County genealogy website I could find. I saw the surnames: Green, Cole, Ramey, Hunt. I was so excited, but quickly realized none of the people mentioned in cemetery records, newspaper a...

Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, - Jackson County Newspapers

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Charles V. (Tod) Carmichael, 88 of Belpre, Ohio died at the St. Joseph Campus of the Camden Clark Medical Center.  He was born on January 29, 1924 at Silverton, WV and was the son of the late David L. and Neta Divers Carmichael.  He graduated from Ravenswood High School. He was an U.S. Army veteran.  He was a member of the VFW and the American Legion Post #15 in Parkersburg.  He had been a member of the Moose Lodge.  He had the Carmichael Monument Company for twenty years, and retired fr...

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