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Isburg Funeral Chapels
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Murdo , SD
(605) 669-2112
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Brunettes, Jocks, Cooking Shows, and Other Gifts that Keep Giving - Memphis Flyer (blog)

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Journal, is also really good — funny, serious, and original in the difficult twice-a-week format that limits the timely topics. News Media. The Wall Street Journal has changed a lot under Rupert Murdoch from a business newspaper to more of a general interest newspaper with daily reports on fashion, sports, and fitness and health. The Journal’s brand has always been separation of reporting and the editorial page. The reporting is so good it can and should be a course syllabus in Journalism 101. Compassionate, wide-ranging, fair, fiends on attribution and accuracy. But after 30 years I can’t read the editorials or the Oped columnists with the exception of Dorothy Rabinowitz who manages to be tough as nails, brilliant, jaded, always interesting, and look like a woman in a Woody Allen movie. I still admire the Journal's disdain for on-the-one-hand-on-the-other-hand columns. The New York Times put up a pay wall, and I paid. Gail Collins is great. So is Maureen Dowd. I can’t make it through a Thomas Friedman column though, much less his latest book, "That Used to Be Us." David Brooks is good in his back and forth with Collins but otherwise kind of blah. Why don’t conservatives ever criticize their own? On the list of Things I Don't Do Much Any More: watch the national news at 5:30 p.m. Bad timing. I’ve checked national papers several times already, and the drug commercials drive me crazy. Boniva my ass. Sally Field is the D...

New manager at Dingwall mart - Ross-Shire Journal

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Junior Belli, Dingwall Academy, is a reserve. Members of the Ullapool Harbour Trust are: Messrs John Macrae, William MacCulloch, Kenneth Macleod, Arthur Pollock, James Mackenzie, John Mackay and Murdo Macleod. Mrs Davidson, Marsule, Craig Road, Dingwall, who is a member of the Scottish Society of Women Artists, has had a picture hung in the exhibition in the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh. l At a meeting of Ross and Cromarty property and works committee, Mr George Baxter Smith, Muir of Ord, who is a member of the County Architect's Department, has been appointed Chief Assistant Architect. At present he is working on the new Tain Royal Academy project. Miss Patricia Bain, Dingwall, convened a meeting to re-form the Ross-shire Ladies...

Thelma M. Curavo

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
NEW AUBURN –  Thelma M. Curavo, age 89, passed away at Wissota Heath and Regional Vent Center in Chippewa Falls  on Friday, Dec. 16, 2011. She was born Dec. 7, 1922 in Murdo, South Dakota, to Raymond and Florence (Daugherty) Kinsley. Thelma married Charles Curavo on March 25, 1950. She was a factory worker for most of her life and raised four children. In her free time she loved to sew, cook, garden, take care of her house plants, and spend time with her family and friends, especially her grandchildren. She is survived by: her husband, Charles Curavo of New Aubu... (The Chippewa Herald)

SLD conference - Speech by Tim Farron MP - Glasgow Liberal Democrats (press release)

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Ken MacIntosh’s name. But actually, as I heard Ed’s speech, I was not amused, I was really angry. His biggest cheer came when he declared that he had been extremely brave in standing up to Rupert Murdoch. Has he lost his memory? If you are so brave Ed, why did you stay silent during the 15 years that Labour were sat lamely in Murdoch’s pocket? And don’t forget, Labour didn’t leave Mr Murdoch’s pocket of their own free will, they didn’t see the light and repent, no, Labour only exited Murdoch’s pocket when Murdoch chucked them out like some half-sucked humbug, pathetic and discarded. Just 3 months ago Ed and his front bench team were at Rupert Murdoch’s summer garden party, schmoozing away, presumably trying to think of ingenious ways of getting back into his pocket? Very brave, Ed, very brave! Well I’ll tell you about political bravery: Political bravery is standing up against the Iraq war while the Sun brands Charles Kennedy and every Lib Dem a traitor Political bravery is standing up against an indifferent world community, and a sneering media, by calling for action to prevent genocide in Kosovo Political bravery is standing up for a mature and positive relationship with Europe, in the face of reactionary drivel from the tabloids. Political bravery is standing up against the deregulation of the markets and the banks while the New Labour and Tory press act as its cheerleaders. Political bravery is recognising that going into a coalition at a time of economic crisis, is the right thing for the country even though it might well be a huge cost to you personally. Ed Miliband, if you want to know about political bravery. There’s a room full of folks here who can tell you all about it. Because political bravery is about doing the right thing, for the right reasons when it’s not popular. Well I spent much of May ringing friends throughout Scotland, many of whom had been defeate...

Simmons-Obit - Helena Daily World

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Eli Simmons Pryor; a sister, Juanita S. Clements of Lexa; and many other family members and friends. His parents, two brothers, James Simmons and Orville Simmons and three sisters, Vera Nanney, Ann Murdock and Loreath Tardy, preceded him in death. During his lifetime, Mr. Simmons achieved many accomplishments and provided his service in numerous areas, including:  Helena Hospital Board and Helena Health Foundation; West Helena Housing Authority, chairman; West Helena Water Commission, chairman; Phillips County Chamber of Commerce, president; West Helena Lions Club, president; Business and Professional Men’s Club, president, Phillips County Community College, Board, organized First National Bank of Blytheville, Helena National Bank and Merchants & Farmers Bank; served as president and director of Merchants & Farmers Banks (now Southern Development Bancorp); Arkansas State Bank commissioner; Arkansas Bankers Association, treasurer; and served four years in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Services for Doug Simmons will be held 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7 at West Helena...

John Schloeman, 82, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa dies - Mexico Ledger

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Mexico, Mo. — John Fredrick Schloeman, Jr., 82, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, died Saturday, August 27, 2011, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Cedar Rapids. Services: 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, August 30, 2011, at Murdoch-Linwood Funeral Home, Cedar Rapids, by the Rev. James McCoy. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m., Monday, August 29, 2011, at the funeral home. Burial: Linwood Cemetery, Cedar Rapids, with military rites by the American Legion Post #727.Survivors include his children, Ruth (David) Fleming, Riverside, Ramona (Mark) Suchy, Cedar Falls, Rebecca (Randy Denny) Schloeman, Coggon, Roxanne (Joe) Blo...

Murdoch in good times and bad - Reuters UK (blog)

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
By Sir Harold EvansThe views expressed are his own. There is a clear connecting thread between the events I describe in “Good Times, Bad Times” and the dramas that led so many years later to Rupert Murdoch’s “most humble day of my life.” I was seated within a few feet of him in London on July 19, 2011, during his testimony to a select committee of MPs with his son James at his side. Not many mor...

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