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Marlene “Molly” Mae Dickinson February 6, 1934 – October 4, 2021 Mount Vernon, Washington – Marlene “Molly” Dickinson passed away peacefully on October 4, 2021, after battling Alzheimer’s disease. While some memories of her life gradually faded, she never forgot her husband, Bob, who took care of her and visited her until her last days. …

Broken Peace: The Pieces of My Heart, a new book by Chinelle Carrington, has been published by RoseDog Books. Recognizing and sharing an emotional and / or mental breakdown is still considered taboo by many in our society; however, it is essential to begin the healing process. Author Chinelle MK Carrington believes that we need …

A morning snowfall in Anchorage quickly turned to freezing rain, making the roads and sidewalks extremely slippery. Volunteers try to push a car that has skidded and found itself centered on the median of Northern Lights Boulevard. in West Anchorage on Saturday November 9, 2010. They couldn’t move the car. The driver of a Suburban …

John Dwayne Molko September 30, 2021 John Dwayne Molko, child of God, husband, father, brother, uncle and loving friend, was called home by his Heavenly Father on September 30, 2021, at the age of 65. A celebration of John’s life will take place on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 10 a.m. at Mitchell Berean Church. …

Tomlinson Run State Park Campground now has a free book exchange library thanks to the efforts of a teenager who is not from the area but has camped there and enjoys reading. Lillian Floyd, a junior at Parkersburg High School and a member of the Girl Scout Troop 34016, started this Girl Scout Gold Award …

When I was in sixth grade, I was part of what you might call a de facto do-it-yourself lending library. The entire literary collection consisted of a book: “Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret” by Judy Blume. Any woman who has ever been a girl and has not yet had her period knows this …

At the Waterville Opera House, Tony Gerow will be stepping down as Production Manager and Technical Director to accept the position of Facilities Manager and Lighting Supervisor at the Penobscot Theater Company in Bangor. Originally from Bangor, Gerow started working in opera in February 2017 and has been involved in the production of over 150 …

WARRICK COUNTY, Indiana (WEHT) – A community rallies behind the memories of two tri-state girls who lost their lives far too soon. The 5th Annual “Play for Kate” Softball Tournament has added significance this year. They lend a hand to another mother in County Warrick who is suffering the loss of a child. Balloons filled …

This article was originally published by The 19th on September 24, 2021. The US Census Bureau began polling Americans about their sexual orientation and gender identity in July – a watershed moment that marks the first time the federal government has attempted to enter data on LGBTQ + Americans in its major national surveys in …

Arizona Board of Regents appointed University of Arizona president Robert ‘Bobby’ Robbins a one-year contract extension until June 2024. Robbins will also receive an annual base salary increase of $ 698,625 to $ 725,515, according to the Arizona Daily Star. Including pension contributions, Robbins’ total compensation will increase to approximately $ 1 million. Robbins could …