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The Magnolia Tree

809 N. Mildred St. Ste. 7
Ranson, WV 25438
(304) 728-7773

Ranson WV News

Jul 26, 2018

Mourners leave flowers for duck boat victims as officials probe for answers

BRANSON, Mo. - It began with a single flower placed on each car left overnight on the parking lot at Ride the Ducks Branson, the company that owned the amphibious tourist boat that took its final fateful ride on storm-tossed Table Rock Lake. The high winds and 5-foot waves, seemingly emerging from a quiet summer evening, capsized the boat Thursday evening, killing 17 people, ranging in age from 1 to 70 and including nine relatives visiting from Indiana. By late Friday night, the hoods of two remaining cars were overfilled with flowers, with space left only on the tops of the vehicles and on the ground around them for folks to add to the collection. Surrounding a vehicle shared by two of the victims, hundreds gathered to pay their respects and mourn those lost Thursday night. Fourteen people survived. The majority of the those paying their respects during the quiet vigil didn't know the victims, but said Branson, a popular tourist destination, is a family, and coming together is what the town is all about. Leading the candlelit vigil was Zach Klein - a field technician for the Taney County Sewer District - who didn't personally know the people he came there to honor. But when he was given the opportunity to speak, he didn't turn it down. He talked for five minutes to the crowd of people wiping away tears or holding their loved ones close. "Right now, we're in a time to mourn," Klein said. "We don't know when we're going to go meet our heavenly father. Be there for the people who need you when they need you." The end of his speech brought prayers and song: "Amazing Grace" and "God Bless America." ...

Jul 26, 2018

Visitors offer prayers, flowers after Branson duck boat tragedy

Lake during a storm Thursday. Holloman said Ride the Ducks is one of their favorite things to do when visiting Branson. They are staying in a nearby hotel and were standing on the balcony last night, looking at the tourist attraction, when they heard the news. "Tears just started flowing," Holloman said. "I didn't know any of the victims. It's just tragic." Holloman and Sanders said they have never felt scared on Ride the Ducks and recall being told by operators that they could put on a life jacket if they wanted. "We never felt unsafe on the Ducks. It's always laughter. It's always fun," he said. Trump tweetsabout duck boat capsizing near Branson: 'Such a tragedy' Holloman and Sanders placed white fresh flowers on the vehicles and prayed. "We just want to show our respect to the families, their friends and to the whole city of Branson," Holloman said, adding he hopes the families can find peace and comfort. Gayla and Bob Reeves of Kansas City brought their four granddaughters to Ride The Ducks Friday to lay flowers by the front of the business.

Aug 29, 2016

'Rude' carrot among the winners at Kingston St Mary Flower Show

Madeline Dorse; painting watercolour, Sharon Farnham; painting other, Marlene Craig; sculpture, Sue Tilleray; handicraft, Kate Ranson. FIRST PLACE WINNERS: Vegetables and fruit - collection of vegetables, potatoes, beetroot, runner beans, shallots, dessert apples, salad items, Sue Wyatt; potatoes coloured, leeks, Joseph Heayns; carrots, onions large, John Manning; peas, novelty tomatoes, French beans, soft fruit, any other fruit or veg, Bill Hayes; courgettes, Joyce Penston; cucumbers, Debbie Sweet; onions small, Eric Lovell; tomatoes, Joan Fitton. Flowers and plants - begonia, Dennis Calvert; nasturtiums, Bill Hayes; annuals, Dean Mockridge; pansies, John Leahy; roses single, roses trusses, Jane House; sweet peas, dahlias, Joseph Heayns; zinnia, culinary herbs, Eric Lovell; foliage indoor plant, perennials, Heather Calvert; flowering indoor plant, Carla Griffith; succulent or cactus, fuschia, James Mockridge; flowering stems, Nancy Lyons; shrubs/trees, John Leahy. Decorative arrangements - 90th birthday, foliage, Sue Wyatt; small arrangement, Jane House; a miniature, Heather Calvert; have a go, Helen Mancini; posy, Sarah Anderson. Homecraft - fruit cordial, Sue Anderson; wine, Angela Heayns; marmalade, Janet Lovell; fruit jelly, Yvonne Harris. (Somerset County Gazette)

Apr 22, 2016

At Least 26 Dead After Texas Tornadoes and Midwest Flooding | The Weather Channel

Officials in Jasper and Howell counties relayed reports of water rescues to the NWS late Monday morning. In Branson, water levels rose and inundated several buildings along the riverbed. Interstate 44 was closed from mile marker 172 to 176 Monday afternoon due to flooding, the Missouri Department of Transportation said. Ten people were killed by severe flooding in parts of Missouri over the weekend. Two of those fatalities were confirmed in Greene County on Saturday, according to emergency management. They also reported at least 103 water rescues and 198 traffic control issues.  The two Greene County victims have been identified as Steven Welton, 42, and Edward Kammerer, 60. Welton drowned in a creek when his car was washed off the road on Saturday, the Missouri Highway Patrol told the AP. Kammerer, a tow truck driver, was electrocuted by a downed power line while he attempted to retrieve a vehicle that had gone off the roadway, Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management executive director Chet Hunter said. Six deaths related to flooding were confirmed in Pulaski County Sunday. According to Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long, there were two separate incidents where cars drove into flooded roadways and were swept away. Long has identified the two victims of the first incident as 53-year-old Ron Gray, and 50-year-old Sandra Tilley, both of Dixon. The second incident involved four international soldiers, Long said. The soldiers have not yet been identified as the U.S. State Department is still in the process of notifying family members.  A 52-year-old man was killed in Douglas County Sunday night when he was swept away while attempting to bring cattle to higher ground, the NWS reported. There has been one storm-related death in Dallas County, according to Gov. Jay Nixon's office, but no further information was available as of early Wednesday evening.  Nixon declared a State of Emergency on Sunday, according to KSDK News.  "Widespread flooding and continued rainfall are causing very dangerous conditions across much of central and southern Missouri," said Nixon in a release. “Multiple fatalities due to flash flooding have already been reported, and I urge Missourians in flood-affected areas to stay alert, avoid travel if possible and never drive into a flooded roadway. W...

Feb 3, 2016

Cosmic Classroom: Tim Peake Answers Questions of School Kids

San Rafael space centre in California USA and speak to some of the people who will take part in first missions aboard Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic rockets. Twenty-four pupils from Yarborough Academy were selected for the Liverpool event. [embedded content] ... (BizTek Mojo)

Feb 3, 2016

Williams, James Edward "Ed" (Dunlap)

Williams; parents, Hervey and Ethel Teeters Williams; brother, Lewis Williams; two sisters, Jessie Ricketts and Betty Boles; great-nephew, Bryan Branson. He is survived by his step-son, Mike (Cindy) Houser, Hixson; step-grandson, Andy Houser, Bryan, TX; step-granddaughter, Claire Houser, Atlanta; sister, Lorene Williams and brother-in-law, Earl Boles, both of Dunlap; nephew, Ron (Terri) Ricketts, Cleveland; two nieces, Lynn (Mike) Humphreys and Karen Clark, both of Kingston, TN; several great-nephews, great nieces and cousins. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 1 p.m. CST in the funeral home chapel with Dr. Fred Steelman officiating. Burial in Mansfield Cemetery. Online condolences can be made at www.reedfamilyfh.com. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to First Baptist Church Building Fund, Sequatchie County Cancer Support Network or your favorite charity. Arrangements are by Standefer-Reed Funeral Home, 50 May Road, Dunlap. Family will receive friends on Wednesday, Feb.3, from 3-6 p.m. CST. (The Chattanoogan)