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Mason Funeral Home
625 West 3rd Street
Winner , SD 57580
(605) 842-0727
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Six-year vet Zachary Miller headed to Akron - Culpeper Star Exponent

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
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.

Scott Dixon leads Indianapolis 500 at halfway point - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Marco Andretti was 11th and pole-sitter Ryan Briscoe was 15th. Dixon, who won the famed race in 2008, and Franchitti, a two-time winner of the Indy 500, both drive for the Chip Ganassi Racing team. Franchitti was rolling toward his pit during the first caution period when his car was tapped from behind by the car of E.J. Viso. That caused Franchitti's car to spin and tap the wall, crumpling his car's nose. After repairs, Franchitti came out 29th and then began his climb back to the front. A major crash occurred on Lap 79 when Mike Conway spun, got slightly airborne and Will Power slammed into him, with Power's car actually sliding underneath Conway's. Neither driver was injured. One of the drivers' tires also flew off and nearly struck three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves as he came u...

Phillippe making directorial debut with 'Shreveport': Thesp also ... - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Last Summer," he landed lead roles in "54," "Cruel Intentions" and Christopher McQuarrie's directorial debut "The Way of the Gun." After supporting roles in "Gosford Park," "Igby Goes Down" and Oscar winner "Crash," he resumed the role of leading man in "Breach," "Stop-Loss" and "Flags." Thesp's recent credits include "MacGruber" and "The Lincoln Lawyer," and he'll soon be seen in "Straight A's" and "Revenge For Jolly!"Phillippe is repped by WME, the Schiff Co. and attorney David Weber.Click here for more film news on

Miss Shreveport, Miss Greater Baton Rouge win Friday preliminaries - Monroe News Star

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Friday preliminaries were a continuation of Thursday night as the Jazz and Blues groups switched competition categories. McCord and Miller joined the ranks of Thursday’s preliminary winners Miss Louisiana Tech Lauren Vizza, who won the lifestyle and fitness in swimwear competition, and Miss Lafayette Mallory Cox, who won the talent portion with her piano performance of “Rhapsodie Mignonne.” Friday included several more hours of rehearsal for the contestants, as well as the Fleur De Lis Princesses, a group of girls between the ages of 5 and 10 who are paired with a pageant contestant and participate in pageant week festivities. Friday afternoon, a party was held for the contestants and their princesses, giving the contestants a chance to relax before the show. Saturday is when the competition will really heat up, said Darris Waren, vice president of the Miss Louisiana Organization. The contestants will be rehearsing most of the day leading up to the pageant that night. “The preliminaries and production has been very exciting,” Waren said. “You can always feel the tension and excitement...

Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Divots: Johnson is the seventh player in his 20s to win on tour this year. ... This was the third time since 2005 that the winner of this event did not reach double digits under par. Jeff Maggert won at 9 under in 2006 and Justin Leonard won at 4 under in 2008. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Doris C. Hammes

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Germany; a brother-in-law, George Hammes of Platteville, Wis.; a sister-in-law, Judy Hammes of Minneapolis; many nieces and nephews of the Hammes family; and her three beloved dogs, Lucky, Winner and Java. She was preceded in death by her husband, William; and her mother, Emma Kreis. The Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Onalaska. The Reverend Steve Kachel will officiate and burial will be in Catholic Cemetery on Losey Blvd. in La Crosse. Family and friends may call at the Dickinson Family Funeral Home, 401 Main Street, Onalaska on Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. and again at the church on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until time of service. Online condolences may be sent to the family at (La Crosse Tribune)

Animation fans get peek at Shreveport-based Oscar-winner Bill ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Studios. Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are featured on new character posters released to promote DreamWorks' animated 'Rise of the Guardians,' based on a book by Shreveport Oscar winner Bill Joyce. A series of character posters have hit the Internet for Joyce's next project, "The Rise of the Guardians," an animated film he is executive-producing based on his children's book "The Guardians of Childhood." The film, described in the studio synopsis as "an epic an magical adventure," sees several childhood icons -- including Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy -- teaming up to foil the world-conquering plans of an evil spirit known as Pitch In a January interview about "...

Earl Scruggs dead at 88 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Nobody will ever play a five string banjo like Earl." Neil Portnow, president and CEO of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences said in a statement the four-time Grammy winner and lifetime achievement award recipient "leaves an indelible legacy that will be remembered for generations to come." Flowe...

Patriots capture Upper State crown - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Mann, which won state titles in 2006 and 2007, will play in the state final at 11 a.m. Saturday at White Knoll High School in Lexington against the winner of tonight’s Lower State final between Wando and Fort Mill. “They’ve got a big hurdle,” Louis said of the Patriots. “I hope they bring it back to the Upstate. They’re a great team.” ...

Why the US failed vs. El Salvador - ESPN

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
December. The U.S. couldn't blame its failure on the vagaries of CONCACAF's Olympic qualifying format, either, as the Americans failed to navigate far enough to even subject themselves to a winner-take-all semifinal. The fact that the tournament was taking place in the cozy comforts of the U.S., rather than more hostile environs such as Mexico, only adds to the embarrassment. Tweet, tweet Don't miss a moment of the latest soccer coverage from around the world. Follow us on Twitter and stay informed. Join » So what happened? With the benefit of hindsight, it appears that Porter built his side based on the team he wanted to have, rather than the one he ended up having. Given that European club teams weren't required to release players, upwards of six U.S. performers weren't available to Porter. This resulted in a lack of defensive depth. Instead, he opted for a midfield triangle that was heavily reliant on a single holding midfielder. When that one player was Hertha Berlin midfielder Alfredo Morales, all was well, as evidenced by the way he repelled attacks in the 2-0 friendly win over Mexico, a pyrrhic victory if there ever was one. When Porter didn't have that player with a solid mix of bite and skill, the dominoes started to fall. The team tried almost too hard to adhere to his mantra of winning the ball back in six seconds once possession was lost, and sell-out, all-or-nothing tackles became the norm rather than the exception. The defense became more exposed, especially when facing the kind of speedy attackers used by El Salvador. Set pieces were conceded, and the U.S.'s frailty in this area became more pronounced. There were flaws in the plan as it related to the attack as well. In the latter part of the first half of Monday's match, the game opened up and the Americans got sucked into playing along, pouring too many numbers forward. What was needed was someone to dictate the tempo. Instead, the frenetic pace suited El Salvador, especially as the Cuscatlecos exposed the U.S. on the flanks. All of this points to the fact that a more conservative approach, especially given the personnel available, was needed. Yet for all the criticism directed Porter's way -- including the not-so-veiled implication that it was a mistake to hire a college coach -- his approach very nearly worked. Which leads to another truism: There are some things for which a coach can't legislate, no matter how much planning takes place. In this case, there were backbreaking individual errors on defense and highly suspect goalkeeping. SportsNation: Team USA misses Olympics Team USA soccer won't be making an appearance at the 2012 Olympics. Is this a bad sign for the future of U.S. soccer?• Cast your votes! There was also a rather shocking lack of game management, a trait that you would have expected more of, given that many of ...

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