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Floyd Edward 'Top Sarge' Cash of Sesser, formerly of Tamaroa

Floyd Edward "Top Sarge" Cash, 87, of Sesser, passed away at 12:50 a.m. p.m. on Monday, Aug. 2, 2021 at his residence. Floyd was retired from the United States Army after 25 years of service. He served during the Korean conflict and the Vietnam War. Floyd also was a been a retired coal miner. He had earned an Associate Degree from Rend Lake College.
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OBITUARY: Johnny Quinton Olson, 1946-2021

Johnny Quinton Olson passed away on Saturday July 10, 2021, at the age of 75 years old, due to complications from Covid-19. Johnny was born on May 3, 1946, in Hettinger, North Dakota to Einar and Rose Olson. He was the eighth of 12 children. The family eventually moved to Eureka when he was 13 years old.
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Army’s Fifth Corps set to reactivate command at Fort Knox

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - The Army’s Fifth Corps, known also as V Corps or Victory Corps, is welcoming two new faces before reactivating the command on post at Fort Knox. Joining the Fifth Corps is Brigadier General Matthew Van Wagenen and Major General Adam Joks of Poland. Joks is the highest ranking Polish general in the Corps since the Revolutionary War.
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Officer killed in attack outside Pentagon identified as George Gonzalez

Authorities have identified the police officer killed Tuesday morning in an attack at the bus platform outside the Pentagon as a Brooklyn native who had joined the Pentagon Force Protection Agency in 2018. Pentagon Police Officer George Gonzalez was promoted twice and attained the rank of Senior Officer in 2020,...
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Logan Health-Cut Bank welcomes new clinic manager Wayne Irion

Wayne Irion was born and raised in Miles City, Mont. Earlier this year, Wayne retired from the United States Army, having served 24 years as a medic in that branch of the military. Wayne is the new Clinic Manager at Logan Health-Cut Bank Rural Health Clinic. He started his new job on June 28.
Mapleton, MNmaplerivermessenger.com

Legacy of Service and Giving

Planned giving can be intimidating. However, you don’t need to be an expert to let your supporters know they can leave a gift to your foundation in their final plans. One community. family did just that for the Mapleton Area Foundation. Now, the Foundation is forever changed. The Frank story...
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Daily Limit: AOY a family affair for Feider

While his father engrained the outdoors in Seth Feider with an iron fist, his mother fostered his dream with love, support and a lead foot. Little did Pete (who also goes by Pedro) and Anne Feider realize they’d raise a bass fishing champion. The Feiders imparted different qualities to their...
PoliticsUS News and World Report

Arizona History-Aug. 8-14

Events in Arizona history in the week of Aug. 8-14 included an 1861 vote by people attending a meeting in Tucson to join the confederacy, a 1913 mine accident when 10 men were killed when two ore cars broke loose and 1930 train wreck that killed 2 people and injured 39 when a trestle gave way.
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George and Gerard Tsutakawa’s Artistic Legacy Honored in New Wing Luke Museum Exhibit

The life-size metal sculptures of George and Gerard Tsutakawa — father and son — are solid mainstays gracing public parks and fountains across Seattle today. The sculptures are almost always curved, edges rounded. Rarely will you see sharp, angled corners or ridges in these designs. Continuity runs through each individual sculpture — and between the sculptors themselves. A new exhibit at the Wing Luke Museum, titled “Gerard Tsutakawa: Stories Shaped in Bronze” dives into the public art, inspiration, and processes of both father and son.
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Herman Gene Gillenwater

Herman Gene Gillenwater 89 of Peach Creek, WV went home to be with the Lord on Monday, August 2, 2021 at his daughters residence at Peach Creek, WV. He was born on July 7, 1932 at Lincoln County, WV the son of the late Den and Ella Hager Gillenwater. Herman...
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