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Jan 25, 2019

Pauline Masterson Celebrates 100th Birthday! - Cheyennestar

Ft. Worth for 40 years but spent a lot of time visiting her daughter, Sue Flowers at Durham. She always enjoyed going to the Christmas Ball at Crawford. When she was here in 2016, she danced with Jimmy Beavin, when he was the sheriff with the Spring Creek Regulators. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us ...

Jan 25, 2019

Pauline Masterson Celebrates 100th Birthday! - Cheyennestar

Ft. Worth for 40 years but spent a lot of time visiting her daughter, Sue Flowers at Durham. She always enjoyed going to the Christmas Ball at Crawford. When she was here in 2016, she danced with Jimmy Beavin, when he was the sheriff with the Spring Creek Regulators. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us ...

Nov 15, 2018

A Floral-Filled, Lowcountry Wedding in Charleston

Sometimes those crazy nights on the town with friends end up being the most memorable-just ask Erin Crawford and Andrew Dorin, who met at a Southern-themed football bar in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., in August of 2013. The pair crossed paths, exchanged glances across the bar (and phone numbers!), and the rest is history.Three years later, after the pair moved to New York City, Andrew surprised Erin with a pre-Halloween celebration on October 29, 2016. "We had Magnolia Bakery lemon bars and watched Hocus Pocus in bed, and then while we were walking through Central Park, Andrew surprised me with the most spectacular solitaire engagement ring," Erin recalls. "I had no idea any of it-including the ring!-was coming."Erin and Andrew gave themselves plenty of time to plan their wedding, setting the date for June 16, 2018. "We originally wanted to get married in March or April, but waiting until June to have our wedding at Boone Hall Plantation was worth the wait," she says. "The laid-back simplicity of Boone Hall was the perfect backdrop for our vision-and of course, th...

Nov 15, 2018

A Floral-Filled, Lowcountry Wedding in Charleston

Sometimes those crazy nights on the town with friends end up being the most memorable-just ask Erin Crawford and Andrew Dorin, who met at a Southern-themed football bar in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., in August of 2013. The pair crossed paths, exchanged glances across the bar (and phone numbers!), and the rest is history.Three years later, after the pair moved to New York City, Andrew surprised Erin with a pre-Halloween celebration on October 29, 2016. "We had Magnolia Bakery lemon bars and watched Hocus Pocus in bed, and then while we were walking through Central Park, Andrew surprised me with the most spectacular solitaire engagement ring," Erin recalls. "I had no idea any of it-including the ring!-was coming."Erin and Andrew gave themselves plenty of time to plan their wedding, setting the date for June 16, 2018. "We originally wanted to get married in March or April, but waiting until June to have our wedding at Boone Hall Plantation was worth the wait," she says. "The laid-back simplicity of Boone Hall was the perfect backdrop for our vision-and of course, th...

Sep 10, 2018

The Difference Between Deadheading Or Cutting Back Flowers

Village of Crestline were found in the home of Crestline Police Chief Joseph Butler, according to a report received from the Crawford County Sheriff's Office.� ...

Sep 10, 2018

The Difference Between Deadheading Or Cutting Back Flowers

Village of Crestline were found in the home of Crestline Police Chief Joseph Butler, according to a report received from the Crawford County Sheriff's Office.� ...

Jul 26, 2018

Invasive plant a toxic 'horror'

Sites have been reported in Berks, Butler, Carbon, Centre, Chester, Crawford, Erie, Huntingdon, McKean, Venango and Warren counties. Ford remembers the discovery of giant hogweed in Blair County, as well. “It has shown up here in the past,” he said, recalling a particular case in the Bellwood area. “I think it’s still rare to run into it.” Viral attention In the last week of June and first week of July, the term giant hogweed was near viral, as news organizations, national and local, published stories about the plant. The New York Times, Scientific American and Good Housekeeping were among them. The attention, Powers said, likely stems from the recent discovery of giant hogweed for the first time in Virginia. According to Scientific American, giant hogweed has now been found growing in 12 states. The news of a Virginia sighting — coupled with the severity of injuries that can be caused by physical contact with the plant — created a situation ripe for social media attention, Ford said. Searches for the term “giant hogweed” on social media platforms like Twitter show dozens, if not hundreds, of users posting photos of the plant and linking to articles while warning “do no touch.” “Social media drove it,” Ford said of the ongoing story of giant hogweed. But that is a good thing, he said. Getting information out about toxic or harmful plants is a good way to prevent injuries or even deaths, Ford said. Ford specifically referenced stories about children who were killed because they used hollow stalks of poison hemlock as whistles, and foragers who mistook young giant hogweed for wild carrot tops. Because of those cases, Ford said he welcomes ongoing media attention. “I think it’s a good thing because it keeps you aware,” he said. If you suspect giant hogweed – Call 1-877-464-9333 – Email RA-plant@pa.gov -- ...

Jul 26, 2018

Invasive plant a toxic 'horror'

Sites have been reported in Berks, Butler, Carbon, Centre, Chester, Crawford, Erie, Huntingdon, McKean, Venango and Warren counties. Ford remembers the discovery of giant hogweed in Blair County, as well. “It has shown up here in the past,” he said, recalling a particular case in the Bellwood area. “I think it’s still rare to run into it.” Viral attention In the last week of June and first week of July, the term giant hogweed was near viral, as news organizations, national and local, published stories about the plant. The New York Times, Scientific American and Good Housekeeping were among them. The attention, Powers said, likely stems from the recent discovery of giant hogweed for the first time in Virginia. According to Scientific American, giant hogweed has now been found growing in 12 states. The news of a Virginia sighting — coupled with the severity of injuries that can be caused by physical contact with the plant — created a situation ripe for social media attention, Ford said. Searches for the term “giant hogweed” on social media platforms like Twitter show dozens, if not hundreds, of users posting photos of the plant and linking to articles while warning “do no touch.” “Social media drove it,” Ford said of the ongoing story of giant hogweed. But that is a good thing, he said. Getting information out about toxic or harmful plants is a good way to prevent injuries or even deaths, Ford said. Ford specifically referenced stories about children who were killed because they used hollow stalks of poison hemlock as whistles, and foragers who mistook young giant hogweed for wild carrot tops. Because of those cases, Ford said he welcomes ongoing media attention. “I think it’s a good thing because it keeps you aware,” he said. If you suspect giant hogweed – Call 1-877-464-9333 – Email RA-plant@pa.gov -- ...

Jun 16, 2017

Obituary: Rhonwyn "Rhonnie" Patricia King, 79, of Danbury

In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to Father Flanagan's "Boys Town" of Nebraska: www.boystown.org 14100 Crawford St. Boys Town, NE 68010 Telephone: 402-498-1300.Family will receive friends from 4:30-8:30pm on Friday, June 16, 2017 at Green's Funeral Home, 57 Main Street, Danbury, CT. A celebration of life will be held at Green Funeral Home on Friday, June 16, 2017 at 8:00p pm. A second service will be held from 4:00-8:00pm on Sunday, June 18th at Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home, Inc., 710 Broad Street Johnstown, PA. Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 19th at Trinity United Methodist Church, 111 Willow Street, Johnstown, PA. Following mass, she will be laid to rest at Grandview Cemetery, 801 Millcreek Road, Johnstown, PA. For online condolences please visit our website at www.thegreenfuneralhome.com as well as www.ozogfuneralhome.comObituary and image via the Green Funeral Home Get free real-time news alerts from the Danbury Patch. Originally published June 14, 2017.

Jun 16, 2017

Greenwood Cemetery doing away with flush marker plantings

Superintendent may make exception in certain circumstances at their (his or her) discretion.Karl Crawford, superintendent of Greenwood Cemetery, said the decision to do away with plantings near flush markers — the type of marker designed to lie flat at lawn level — was made largely for maintenance purposes.“Over the years, flush markers were intended to make cemetery maintenance easier,” Crawford said. “Many cemeteries chose to do that and some cemeteries only allow flush markers.“I started in 1961 and at that time there were not a lot of flush makers,” Crawford added. “Over the years, more cemeteries began to allow two grave markers and two burial spaces. Instead of one marker, we now have two markers with both flowers and shrub flower pots.“Some of those areas we couldn’t get through (to mow).”Crawford said two markers on a single grave space coupled with flowers and plantings became more and more evident over the years.“We had to make a decision,” Crawford said.Crawford said if a veteran’s grave site has a flush marker and no other surface features in place, flowers can still be displayed.“We’re trying to be reasonable about it,” Crawford said.So far, Crawford said he’s had several email interactions since the change, and many agree the change makes sense.“The questions have been more of ... (Petoskey News-Review)