Man Firing Off Rounds Arrested near Benton City

Sunday evening, Benton County Deputies, along with the Tri-City Regional SWAT Team, and other agencies, took a man into custody stemming from alleged shots being fired. Gunfire was heard about five miles north of Benton City. Deputies responded Sunday evening after reports came in about repeated gunfire near Montana PR...
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MAFC White All-Conference Teams

H-Back/Tight End: *Tim Okenfuss, SR, Valle Catholic. Offensive Line: Jacob Calbreath, SR, Valle Catholic. Defensive Lineman of the Year: Tim Okenfuss, SR, Valle. Offensive Line: Jackson Fowler, SR, Valle Catholic. Kicker: Bryant Schwent, JR, Ste. Gen. 2nd Team Defense. Defensive Line: Isaac Viox, JR, Valle Catholic. Defensive Line: Jacob Calbreath,...
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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Meet the 2022 Star Tribune All-Metro teams for defense

Meet the 2022 Star Tribune All-Metro Defense. Here are the first-team selections, followed by the second-team choices. For the All-Metro Offense, go here. And to read about the 2022 Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year, go here. LINEMEN. Hayden Bills, SR, Rosemount. The 6-4, 253-pound Bills anchored the defensive...


Senior OL Max Hansen, Senior WR Joe White, and Junior LB Jakob Hagg were each named to the Greater Kansas City Suburban Gold First Team All-Conference Team. Hansen was a standout for the Wildcats on the line, winning the team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year award. White led the team in receiving with 526 yards and was named the team’s Offensive MVP. Hagg had an outstanding season in his first as a starter with 24 tackles and 2 sacks.

Nice: Two dead in helicopter crash

FATAL ACCIDENT The aircraft belonging to the private Monegasque company Monacair crashed this Friday around 2 p.m. in a quarry located between Eze and Villefranche-sur-Mer The village of Eze, in the Alpes-Maritimes (Illustration) — SIPA. The crash left “two people dead. this stage,” to 20 Minutesthe public prosecutor of...

William Miller Obituary (2022) – Tucson, AZ

William Earl Miller, JR, MD passed on May 12, 2022 after a brief battle with cancer. He was born in Washington, DC to William E. Miller, SR and Florence Miller. He grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Phoenix College before heading off to Stanford University and then on to the University of Utah Medical school. His internship was at the Veterans Hospital in Salt Lake City. His residency took him to Dallas, Texas to the Parkland Memorial Hospital. It was there that he met a nurse named Polly who would become his wife. After his fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, he joined the Air Force and the two of them moved to Lackland Air Force Base. While there, he was responsible for a one thousand bed hospital on the weekends. He and Polly then moved to Tucson, Arizona where he opened his private practice called Southern Arizona Allergy Associates and administered to patients for 37 years. He was the co-founder and co-Medical director of Respiratory Care at St Joseph’s hospital (1967-1985) as well as an attending staff member. He was Chief of Medicine (1973-1974) and Associate Medical Director (1985-1991) there as well. He was also an attending staff member at TMC Hospital and a courtesy staff member at El Dorado Hospital. He was an allergy consultant at RW Bliss US Army Hospital (1966-1988) and worked at the Veterans Hospital as well as St. Elizabeth of Hungary Clinic. He served on the boards of the Tucson Allergy Society and the Arizona Allergy Society (1988-1992). He contributed to articles on the studies of macroglobulin antibodies and their effects on infants, children and adults. In 1971 he wrote the chapter on Bronchial Asthma in Conn’s current therapy published by Saunders. Bill loved to fish and he spent years sharing that joy with his family in Mexico, the White Mountains and Canada. He admired the desert and believed in the preservation of endangered cactus. He grew hundreds of them from seeds with his favorites being the Night Blooming Cereus and the red-bloom barrel cactuses. He was proud of being one of the doctors who got the non-native Olive trees banned as they were an allergy issue. He believed in meeting people where they are and thought all children should have a wagon to ride in. In 2013 when his beloved Polly became gravely sick, he brought her home so that he and the family could take care of her until she passed away four months later. He was a kind person but he also had moments in which he suffered the dreaded “foot in the mouth” disease. He even earned the nickname “Wild Bill” when his passionate side took over. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 54 years, Polly (2013), his grandson Ryan (2019) and his brother Robert (2020). He is survived by their five much loved “M” children and their spouses: Mark, Melissa (Richard), Martin (Lara), Matthew and Michael. He is also survived by their granddaughters Ashlee, Taylor and Tess, grandson Benjamin and great-grandchildren Kaden, Blake and Lily. Cremation was provided by Bring’s Broadway Chapel. The family is planning a memorial in May 2023. Please donate to the Gospel Rescue Mission or the charity of your choice in remembrance of Bill.
Weirton Daily Times

Grace Hartung

Grace Louise Hartung, 82, of New Cumberland, WV passed away Tuesday, November 22, 2022 at Trinity West Valley Hospice Steubenville, Ohio. She was born November 8, 1940 in Owings, WV, a daughter of the late Ralph R. Richards and Clara V. (Morgan) Richards. Louise is also preceded in death by her husband, Howard K. Hartung, Sr; a daughter Colleen Ewing; a son Kevin Hartung and granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Fox.

Donald Greenwood Obituary

Donald Greenwood Obituary. Linda was a resident of oklahoma at the time of passing. Donald ray greenwood was born august 2, 1930 in his grandma wilkerson’s home in concordia kansas. Rebel greenwood,sr, 82, of north main st., died wednesday, april 15,2020 after a noble fight in the overlook masonic...

Strong start lifts Lady Bulldogs over SR

South Ripley outscored Batesville 37-28 in the final three quarters but the Lady Bulldogs did too much damage in the first quarter, hanging on for a 44-39 victory at home against the Lady Raiders in a Ripley County girls basketball rivalry game. Batesville used the victory to snap a two-game...

Christian Weiss named to All-Region Team

The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association has announced its 2022 All-Region Teams. Several years ago, regions were reorganized into four Large School regions and four Small School regions. WR Christian Weiss, Wautoma, SR, 6’ 2”, 180, 4-Small. Weiss has recorded 50 receptions for 876 yards and 15 touchdowns.