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William F. Dixon

Fairlea-William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, passed away with his children by his side on Thursday, December 30, 2021. Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon. In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jo …

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Over 1,000 toys distributed to children at Parkway Gardens

Residents of Parkway Gardens marked the holidays with a Winter Wonderland experience and freebies for all residents 18 and under on Saturday, December 11. Related Midwest and Related Affordable have teamed up with Chi Gives Back to deliver toys to kids. More than 500 residents enjoyed individually wrapped cookies, games, …

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Keith Fredrich Lillich

Keith Fredrich Lillich, 76, of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2021, surrounded by his family. Keith was born to Herman and Marie (Stutheit) Lillich on September 27, 1945 in Bird City, KS. Keith graduated as a valedictorian in 1963 and graduated from the University of …

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William Dixon Obituary (1927 – 2021) – White Sulfur Springs, WV

William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, of Fairlea died with his children by his side on December 30, 2021.Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon.In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife Mary Jo Gee Dixon; …

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Business of the week: Woodson YMCA

Pilot and review of Wausau Editor’s Note: Company of the week is a sponsored article that shares the stories of locally owned and operated businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and how they contribute to the unique flavor of the metropolitan area. Learn how …

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Support national parks in 2021

WASHINGTON, December 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – As we enter the final days of the year, the National Park Foundation (NPF) reflects on how it has supported national parks throughout 2021. Thanks to a growing community of champions of the parks, including donors, foundations, corporate partners, National Park Service …

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The Bristol Press – Teams have been chosen for the annual Sloper Plunge, which raises funds so families in need can send children to camp

SOUTHINGTON – Teams are forming for the 17th annual Sloper Plunge, which will see groups jump into the cold waters of Sloper Pond. The event raises funds so families in need can send their children to Camp Sloper this summer. The Sloper Plunge will be held on Saturday February 26 …

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Queensland COVID case today: Residents warned to prepare for ‘significantly higher’ numbers after more than 700 infections on Sunday

Queensland has detected 714 new cases of COVID-19 as authorities warn more infections will be diagnosed in the coming days. Chief Health Officer John Gerrard said the drop in the number of cases from the previous day follows a lull in testing on Christmas Day. In the video above, an …

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Castlemaine’s COVID-19 cases rise after school cluster outbreak

A cluster of schools at Castlemaine North Elementary School in the Victoria area isolated families over Christmas and continues to spread after students brought the virus to school last week. Key points: 63 cases are now linked to the Castlemaine North primary school cluster 53 students and two staff members …

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Community Responds to Help Ministry Support Children and Families in Rockingham | News

Santa greets a child during last year’s hometown Christmas drive-thru. Randy Priddy assembles one of over 100 bikes. Karen Mays, left, and Donna Scott spend hours wrapping teenage boxes with gifts for boys and girls ages 13-18. Bubba Edwards and Staci Evans, left to right, fill gift bags with socks, …

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