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Feb 8, 2018

Funeral notices for Wednesday, Feb, 7

County Animal Shelter, 550 Industry Road, Farmington, ME 04938. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Muriel’s life. Arrangements under the care of Adams-McFarlane Funeral & Cremation Services, 108 Court St., Farmington.THERIAULT — Rodney E., 57, died Thursday, Feb. 1. A celebration of life will be held at the American Legion Post 86, 15 Lewiston Road, Gray, from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Amedisys Foundation (Beacon Hospice), 245 Center St., Suite 10A, Auburn, ME 04210 or to the Dempsey Center, 29 Lowell St., Lewiston, ME 04240.WHEELER — Stanley E., 72, died Monday, Feb. 5. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at the West Bowdoin Baptist Church in Bowdoin, followed by a celebration of life. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the West Bowdoin Baptist Church, 54 W... (Lewiston Sun Journal)

Jan 12, 2018

Texas' mark on the season's festive flower

Poinsettias have become a staple of the season, but did you know the Christmas flower has ties to the Texas border?In 1825, President John Quincy Adams appointed the first U.S. minister to Mexico: Joel Roberts Poinsett. Poinsett traveled south to Mexico with the task of renegotiating the U.S.-Mexico border and bringing Texas into the U.S. once and for all. At that time, the Southern border of the United States sat at the Red River, north of modern-day Texas. President Adams dreamed of the United States extending all the way south to the Rio Grande River, and he was willing to pay $1 million for that prize. Of course, Mexico saw great value in Texas and did not budge.Unfortunately for him, Poinsett never succeeded in his mission of purchasing Texas. However, during his failed attempt in moving the U.S.-Mexico border, the amateur botanist discovered a plant near Taxco de Alarcón so beautiful that he cut its stems and had them sent back home to the United States. He mailed the vibrant red blooms to friends, fellow botanists and botanical gardens across the country, and by 1836, — the very same year Texas won its independence from Mexico — the flowers had become widely known across the country not by their scientific name (Euphorbia pulcherrima), but by the name of the diplomat who brought them here: poinsettias.Today, Texas is a top poinsettia producer, though cultivating the red Christmas poinsettias is no easy feat. To grow the brightest blossoms, poinsettias require at least five consecutive 12-hour nigh...

Nov 17, 2017

Giants LT Ereck Flowers continues an impressive streak | Snap count analysis

TE Evan Engram: 52OL Bobby Hart: 38RB Shane Vereen: 30OL Justin Pugh: 28TE Rhett Ellison: 26RB Orleans Darkwa: 26RB Wayne Gallman: 10TE Jerell Adams: 7OL Jon Halapio: 7FB Shane Smith: 6Defensive snap count totals (out of 61):S Landon Collins: 61S Darian Thompson: 61CB Janoris Jenkins: 61LB Jonathan Casillas: 58DE Olivier Vernon: 54DE Jason Pierre-Paul: 54CB Eli Apple: 45DT Jay Bromley: 37DE Avery Moss: 36LB Calvin Munson: 34DT Dalvin Tomlinson: 32DT Damon Harrison: 31CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: 29LB Kelvin Sheppard: 26DE Kerry Wynn: 12CB Ross Cockrell: 12DT Robert Thomas: 9S Andrew Adams: 8LB Curtis Grant: 7DE Devin Taylor: 3S Nat Berhe: 1Special teams snap count totals (out of 34):LB Curtis Grant: 27S Andrew Adams: 22RB Paul Perkins: 21RB Wayne Gallman: 19TE Rhett Ellison: 19LB Calvin Munson: 15TE Jerell Adams: 14CB Eli Apple: 14CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: 13DT Dalvin Tomlinson: 12S Landon Collins: 12RB Orleans Darkwa: 10RB Shane Vereen: 10DE Jason Pierre-Paul: 9DE Devin Taylor: 9S Darian Thompson: 9LS Zak DeOssie: 9P Brad Wing: 9K Aldrick Rosas: 8S Nat Berhe: 7DT Robert Thomas: 5TE Evan Engram: 4OL Ereck Flowers: 4OL John Jerry: 4OL D.J. Fluker: 4OL Chad Wheeler: 4OL Jon Halapio: 4DT Jay Bromley: 4CB Ross Cockrell: 4WR Ed Eagan: 2DT Damon Harrison: 1Dan Duggan may... (NJ.com)

Oct 19, 2017

Flower Thief Gets 10-Year Prison Term

Thursday for the robbery last year of an Annapolis flower stand, according to Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Wes Adams.On Sept. 14, 2016, Jones tried to steal some blooms from a stand near West Street and Church Circle. When the stand's owner confronted him, Jones punched the victim in the face and flipped over his flower table, damaging $100 worth of flowers, the State's Attorney's Office said in a statement. Jones pleaded guilty to the robbery on July 13. The 10-year sentence was handed down by Circuit Court Judge Mark W. Crooks."Khayyan Jones attempted to rob the victim of not just his possessions, but his livelihood," Adams said in a statement. "This flower stand is a staple of the Annapolis community, and I am proud to serve justice on behalf of its owner."Image: Shutterstock Low mortgage rates are taking some of the sting out of high home prices. Here's what homebuyers need to know this week. [SPONSORED] Thanks for your feedback.Originally published Oct 12, 2017.

Sep 22, 2017

Wandering Botanist shows flowers coming out now as weather cools and days get shorter

Herald)A Wandering Botanist at the Loveland Public LibraryTalks are at noon in the Gertrude Scott Room at the Loveland Public Library, 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland. Free.• A Wandering Botanist in Iceland, Oct. 10.• A Wandering Botanist in Japan, Nov. 14.• A Wandering Botanist in Hawaii, Dec. 12.With each season come new things to see in natural areas and open spaces of Northern Colorado."It's not under your control. It's just happening. You have to go out and see it because if you wait you will probably miss it," said Kathy Keeler, known as A Wandering Botanist.Keeler retired to Loveland after 30 years as a professor of biological sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She does presentations and guides hikes through places like Devil's Backbone focused on plant life, both local and around the world."The flip side to that is every time you come out here, it's different," she said of Devil's Backbone. She recently guided a hike that provided information on plants to see in the fall months.For fall, she said, hikers can expect a color palette of purple, yellow and white in late-blooming plants.Rabbitbrush is in full bloom currently with yellow flowers.Advertisement"You find it in places where soil has been disturbed," she said, but the plant is sturdy once it takes hold. It can signify places of human activity. Keeler mentioned that archaeologists use it to locate old crop fields."The crime scene guys use it to look for unlabeled graves," she said.As rabbitbrush can signal u... (Loveland Reporter-Herald)

Sep 8, 2017

Featured garden: Water features, a rock garden and grandmother's roses

Photo: T'xer Zhon Kha/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy PhotoWAUSAU - The latest YWCA Wausau featured garden is at 607 Adams St. in Wausau. The home is 90 years old and is set at the back of the lot. Brian Knope purchased the property 17 years ago. The lot slopes toward the sidewalk and consisted of grass. Knope credits his friend Jake Johnson with the encouragement to begin the garden, assisting with planning and with providing much of the labor involved in the creation of a secret garden behind a rail fence. They brought in rocks to form a rock garden on the slope in front of the fence, which contains hostas and sedum. There is a half barrel at each side of the sidewalk leading to the house. They contain annuals.The rail fence continues around the perimeter of the yard. Perennial beds are in front of it as well as along the sidewalk and surrounding the house. You will find vegetables and several water features, as well as many other decorative items tucked into the flowers.Along the back of the house is a variety of shrubs including several roses that Knope got from his grandmother. One of these is a Japanese rose which has glossy, dark green leaves and red blooms early in spring. A two-story trump vine can also be seen there.Visitors are welcome any day of the month at any time of the day. The garden is located between Sixth and Seventh streets on the south side of the stree... (Wausau Daily Herald)