Terry Jones

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Terry Jones

CASA GRANDE — Terry B. Jones, 70, died on Jan. 9, 2021, in Casa Grande. Mrs. Jones was born on Aug. 28, 1950, in Abbyville, Louisiana, to Lucky and Harriet Bates. She spent most of her childhood in the Panama Canal Zone. Throughout her adult life she had many adventures. She married her Alaskan mountain man, William "Jonesy" or "Bill" Jones, on Feb. 8, 1991, in Talkeetna, Alaska.
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North Dakota Rep. Terry Jones Says Blacks Were “Glad Their Ancestors Were Brought Here As Slaves”

A white Republican state representative from North Dakota caught heat for saying that Black Americans were “glad their ancestors were brought here as slaves.”. InForum reported that Rep. Terry Jones, R-N.D., made the incendiary claim while discussing a bill he introduced on Wednesday that would allow North Dakotans to eliminate the mention of their race on official documents. Constituents would put “American” which is a nationality, in lieu of race.
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Curling Legends Podcast: Episode 72 – Terry Jones

Five Halls of Fame later, the legendary sports journalist still loves the Roaring Game. Throughout his journalism career Terry Jones has covered it all, including succeeding legend Don “Buckets” Flemming as the curling scribe for the Edmonton Journal. Terry shares a secret to Don’s success, reveals his own origin story, then weaves a history of curling in Northern Alberta by way of his book, World Curling Capital. A limited release, some copies are still available and can be purchased by contacting Curling Alberta.