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  • Donna Lee Jacobson Starkey Haeckel 9/13/1928 - 8/8/2013

    Donna was born on September 13, 1928, to Malta and Laura (Thorson) Jacobson of Wallingford, Iowa. She went to school in Wallingford graduating from Estherville High School. She then attended Grinnell College and Iowa State University where she graduated...
  • 6-year-old boy who nearly died in farm accident returns to school

    6-year-old boy who nearly died in farm accident returns to school
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A farm accident in July nearly killed a 6-year-old boy.  Thanks to his quick-thinking uncle, Mason Perryman survived.  His leg had to be amputated, but Mason returned to class at Weaver Elementary School. Even on crutches, Mason is...
  • Beth Coplin April 26, 2013

    Beth Coplin an 89 year resident of the La Cañada/Glendale area, passed away Friday April 26th in the presence of family from cancer. She was born in Chanute, Kansas on January 24, 1919 to Roy and Helen Hunt, She was their third of five children. In 1924...
  • Cannes Film Festival: Nothing succeeds like excess -- and a white badge

    Cannes Film Festival: Nothing succeeds like excess -- and a white badge
    CANNES, France — The class envy raging through F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” helps to explain why teenage readers, usually assigned the book in school, fall under its spell. So sad about that doomed love, the kids sigh....
  • Rose Parade 2013: List of float award winners

     
    Rose Parade 2013: List of float winners...
  • Slow down, it's Maine

    BELFAST, Maine — The first sign says, "Slow." Then, about 50 feet down this back road in mid-coast Maine, there's a second sign. It says, "Slower." I ease up on the pedal. That about sums up the rhythm of life in this part of Maine, which is...
  • 21 people killed or maimed by speeding cops in Florida since 2004

    21 people killed or maimed by speeding cops in Florida since 2004
    [Read Part 1 of the Sun Sentinel's investigation here] As the 21-year-old driver pulled toward the intersection, the approaching headlights glinted only faintly in the distance. "They were very far away,'' Heather Meyer said later. "I didn't even know...
  • Sacramento Job Fair Draws Thousands Still Stuck In Recession

    Sacramento Job Fair Draws Thousands Still Stuck In Recession
    It is the bottom line when it comes to California’s economy, and it’s long - out the door and around the building, down one hall, through one room, then down another hall. The thousands who queued for the chance to apply for work Wednesday are...
  • Montclare: A taste of suburban living in the city

    Montclare: A taste of suburban living in the city
    Montclare is not Gold Coast-grand or Lincoln Park-lively, but that's fine with its residents. This tidy, mostly residential enclave is as quiet as city living gets. Nine miles northwest of the Loop, Montclare is a neighborhood where people put down...
  • William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies

    William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies
    William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved. Mr. Schaefer was 89....
  • Aaron Evans part of defensive domination in ODU's spring game

    When Aaron Evans out-jumped Prentice Gill in the end zone to intercept Thomas DeMarco's pass in Old Dominion's spring game on Saturday at Foreman Field, no one may have been happier than Old Dominion head coach Bobby Wilder. Last season, Wilder's...