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Jun 29, 2017

In losing efforts at Festival of Flowers, Greenwood tennis players continue to improve

Meece’s, dropping his match to Matthew Miller, 6-0, 6-2. And after winning a 10-point tiebreaker Friday, Greenwood’s Adair Still struggled Saturday, too, losing 6-2, 6-3.One bright spot on the day was Greenwood’s Graeme Simpson, who won his match, 6-0, 6-0, and will play today in the boys 14 singles final. Just a rising eighth-grader, Green is excited for what his young player will bring to the team next season.Despite losing, this tournament is special for many of the Greenwood players. More from this section (Story continues below) #block-545701 .additional-content { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content a { text-shadow:none; } #block-545701 .additional-content.horizontal-list { font-weight:bold; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h4 { line-height:22px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h5 { line-height:18px; } #block-545701 .additional-content.h6 { line-height:16px; } #block-545701 .additional-content ul { padding-left:20px; } #block-545701 .additional-content li { padding:0px 0px 5px 0px; } img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAQAAAADCAQAAAAe/WZNAAAADklEQVR42mNkgAJGDAYAAFEABCaLYqoAAAAASUVORK5CYII=" alt="Baseball guys on the gridiron: Jackson and Fairey look to lead at QB position" class="img-responsive lazyload full" width="1567" height="1175" data-sizes="auto" data-srcset="https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/indexjournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/3e/93ef13a3-6f39-5839-858a-aaad0503734c/5952d525049ad.image.jpg?crop=1567%2C1175%2C98%2C0&resize=540%2C405&order=crop%2Cresize 540w, https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/indexjournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/3e/93ef13a3-6f39-5839-858a-aaad0503734c/5952d525049ad.image.jpg?crop=1567%2C1175%2C98%2C0&resize=200%2C150&order=crop%2Cresize 200w, https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/indexjournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/3e/93ef13a3-6f39-5839-858a-aaad0503734c/5952d525049ad.image.jpg?crop=1567%2C1175%2C98%2C0&resize=300%2C225&order=crop%2Cresize 300w, https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/indexjournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/9/3e/93ef13a3-6f3... (Index-Journal)

Mar 16, 2017

Lowell Flowers

Nicole (Jim) Nelson, Jahna (Ross) Gardiner, Callee Flowers (Chris Horn); his great-grandchildren, Jillian Nelson, Cora Nelson, Davaney Flowers, Adair Horn and Ethan Feist; his brother, Leland (Sandy) Tauer, Portland, Ore.; his sisters, Sandy Staigle, Fla., and LeAnn (Greg) Getch of Vancouver, Wash.; and many nieces and nephews.Smoky was preceded in death by his parents; and two brothers, Robert “Bob” Tauer and John Tauer.(Goetz Funeral Home, Washburn)... (Bismarck Tribune)

Jan 19, 2017

Rogers City covers cost of summer flowers

He said they still will ask volunteers to help a few hours a week but the majority of the care will be up to the city. Council member Richard Adair had one suggestion. “Next budget we’ve got to add this so it’s in there,” he said. In other business: ? the board approved a resolution to accompany a MDOT permit application to work in MDOT rights-of-way as well as parade route closure permit applications. ? the council also approved a request from Mike Tulgestke to use The Hole as well as the minor and junior Little League fields at South Shore Park. The request was contingent upon staff’s ability to coordinate the use of the park with other leagues. ? the council approved a request from Girls on the Run to conduct its annual Color Me Awesome 5K on May 20. Jordan Spence can be reached via email at jspence@thealpenanews.com or by phone at 358-5687. (Alpena News)

Jun 22, 2016

Today's best bets around Siouxland

Hickory Ave., Maurice, Iowa. The event includes a dairy farm tour, kids activities, and a free meal, milk and ice cream treats. Visit www.wiadairy.com or call 712-441-5308 for more information. (Sioux City Journal)

May 3, 2016

National Blueberry Pie Day-KALW Almanac-4/28/2016

Peru and took 101 days to complete the crossing of the Pacific Ocean.  1962 --- In the Sahara Desert of Algeria, a team led by Red Adair used explosives to put out the well fire known as the Devil's Cigarette Lighter. The fire was caused by a pipe rupture on November 6, 1961.   1965 --- In an effort to forestall what he claims will be a “communist dictatorship” in the Dominican Republic, President Lyndon B. Johnson sends more than 22,000 U.S. troops to restore order on the island nation. Johnson’s action provoked loud protests in Latin America and skepticism among many in the United States. 1965 --- Barbra Streisand’s breakout year as a singer came in 1963, when she released her first two albums, won her first two Grammys and began appearing live in some of the most prominent nightclubs in the country. By the following year, she was a showbiz phenomenon, earning further nominations from the Grammys and Tonys after wowing Broadway critics and audiences in her first leading role, as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl. Yet even then, in a Time magazine cover article in 1964, it was noted that “Many people still say who? when they hear her name.” That probably changed once and for all on April 28, 1965, when millions of American television viewers tuned in to a solid primetime hour of the 22-year-old Streisand in her first-ever TV special, the triumphant “My Name Is Barbra”. “My Name is Barbra” was the first special to be shot and aired under a $5 million, 10-year contract signed between Streisand and CBS in June 1964. Quite apart from the money, what made the deal so extraordinary was the creative control it gave to Streisand. She chose to exercise that control by eschewing many of the conventions of the then-popular musical variety show genre. Rather than shooting only in a studio, Streisand and her crew filmed one of their major sequences on location in the fur department of Bergdorf Goodman, where Streisand vamped in exotic fur coats and specially designed hats by Halston to a medley of poverty songs, including “Give Me the Simple Life” and “Brother Can You Spare a Dime.” And rather than filling out the bill with big-name guest stars—a safe strategy for a young and still-rising star—Streisand performed every number alone. “You can imagine how nervous that made the network,” Streisand later remarked, “when they learned that there would be major guest stars, not even any minor ones—just me and a bunch of great songs and some wonderful musicians.”  [embedded content] 1967 --- Muhammad Ali refuses to be inducted into the U.S. Army and is immediately stripped of his heavyweight title. Ali, a Muslim, cited religious reasons for his decision to forgo military service. Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 14, 1942, the future three-time world champ changed his name to Muhammad Ali in 1964 after converting to Islam. He scored a gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and made his professional boxing debut against Tunney Husaker on October 29, 1960, winning the bout in six rounds. On February 25, 1964, he defeated the heavily favored bruiser Sonny Liston in six rounds to become heavyweight champ. On April 28, 1967, with the United States at war in Vietnam, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces, saying “I ain’t got no quarrel with those Vietcong.” On June 20, 1967, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000 and banned from boxing for three years. 1969 --- In Santa Rosa, Charles M. Schulz's Redwood Empire Ice Arena opened. 1970 --- President Richard Nixon gives his formal... (KALW)

Apr 28, 2016

Blueberry Pie Day-KALW Almanac-4/28/2016

Peru and took 101 days to complete the crossing of the Pacific Ocean.  1962 --- In the Sahara Desert of Algeria, a team led by Red Adair used explosives to put out the well fire known as the Devil's Cigarette Lighter. The fire was caused by a pipe rupture on November 6, 1961.   1965 --- In an effort to forestall what he claims will be a “communist dictatorship” in the Dominican Republic, President Lyndon B. Johnson sends more than 22,000 U.S. troops to restore order on the island nation. Johnson’s action provoked loud protests in Latin America and skepticism among many in the United States. 1965 --- Barbra Streisand’s breakout year as a singer came in 1963, when she released her first two albums, won her first two Grammys and began appearing live in some of the most prominent nightclubs in the country. By the following year, she was a showbiz phenomenon, earning further nominations from the Grammys and Tonys after wowing Broadway critics and audiences in her first leading role, as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl. Yet even then, in a Time magazine cover article in 1964, it was noted that “Many people still say who? when they hear her name.” That probably changed once and for all on April 28, 1965, when millions of American television viewers tuned in to a solid primetime hour of the 22-year-old Streisand in her first-ever TV special, the triumphant “My Name Is Barbra”. “My Name is Barbra” was the first special to be shot and aired under a $5 million, 10-year contract signed between Streisand and CBS in June 1964. Quite apart from the money, what made the deal so extraordinary was the creative control it gave to Streisand. She chose to exercise that control by eschewing many of the conventions of the then-popular musical variety show genre. Rather than shooting only in a studio, Streisand and her crew filmed one of their major sequences on location in the fur department of Bergdorf Goodman, where Streisand vamped in exotic fur coats and specially designed hats by Halston to a medley of poverty songs, including “Give Me the Simple Life” and “Brother Can You Spare a Dime.” And rather than filling out the bill with big-name guest stars—a safe strategy for a young and still-rising star—Streisand performed every number alone. “You can imagine how nervous that made the network,” Streisand later remarked, “when they learned that there would be major guest stars, not even any minor ones—just me and a bunch of great songs and some wonderful musicians.”  [embedded content] 1967 --- Muhammad Ali refuses to be inducted into the U.S. Army and is immediately stripped of his heavyweight title. Ali, a Muslim, cited religious reasons for his decision to forgo military service. Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 14, 1942, the future three-time world champ changed his name to Muhammad Ali in 1964 after converting to Islam. He scored a gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and made his professional boxing debut against Tunney Husaker on October 29, 1960, winning the bout in six rounds. On February 25, 1964, he defeated the heavily favored bruiser Sonny Liston in six rounds to become heavyweight champ. On April 28, 1967, with the United States at war in Vietnam, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces, saying “I ain’t got no quarrel with those Vietcong.” On June 20, 1967, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000 and banned from boxing for three years. 1969 --- In Santa Rosa, Charles M. Schulz's Redwood Empire Ice Arena opened. 1970 --- President Richard Nixon gives his formal a... (KALW)