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  • Alvin Otis (A.O.) Smith

    Alvin Otis (A.O.) Smith
    Alvin Otis (A.O.) Smith, 85 passed away quietly October 30, 2011. He was born in Gunter, Texas on April 10, 1926.  He served in the U.S. Navy in World War II on the U.S.S Iowa.  A.O. married Gwendolyn Cox, October 27, 1950.   He graduated from North Texas State Teachers College and taught elementary school for several years.  In 1956 he began his career at Bell Helicopter. He traveled extensively for Bell, spending time in Saigon, South Vietnam and Tehran, Iran.  He retired after 30 years in 1986. After retirement he became a Director at Point Bank of Pilot Point. He became a deacon in the First Baptist Church of Argyle, Texas and served on many committees.  He also served as President of the Argyle Chamber of Commerce and was active in Argyle School Board elections. He loved people and was admired and respected by those that knew him.  
  • Kudos to IND mentors

    A pat on the back for the uplifting story on the Institute of Notre Dame mentors ("Then, I fell in love," June 11) and compliments to the photographer Amy Davis for the picture of those beautiful smiles on the girls. So positive. Meanwhile, a knuckle...

    Friday forecast: 100 at BWI, 102 downtown

    The National Weather Service has dialed back its predictions for Friday's high temperature at BWI-Marshall Airport - from 102 to a mere 100 degrees. But the high at the Inner Harbor is still forecast to reach 102.UPDATE, 12:15 p.m.: An...

    Record heat index? You don't want to be there

    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:“Capt. Jack” writes: “I saw a heat index of 126 for Iowa… Is that a record? What’s the heat index record high for this part of the country?” According to Wikipedia, a report from Dhahran,...

    We've hit 100 degrees 104 times since 1871

    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:The prospect of seeing several 100-degree days this week sent the weather forecasters digging through their archives. Since record-keeping began for Baltimore in 1871, they say, the city (or the airport after 1950) has seen 104...