JOAN ELOUISE KNODEL
(Obituary ~ 10/16/09)
JoAn Elouise Knodel, 75, of Fort Scott, Kansas, died Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at the Fort Scott Manor. She was born January 2, 1934 in Watson, Minnesota, the daughter of Alton Alexander and Edna Adella (Minsaas) Hinn. She is survived by her son; Anthony 'Tony' Knodel, Fort Scott, Kansas, her daughter; Stefanie Elwood, Torrance, California, three sisters; Patricia Hinn, Fort Scott, Linda Moen, Fort Scott, and Sheila Godade, Minot, North Dakota, a brother; David Hinn, St. ...
(Obituary ~ 10/16/09)
Delbert Readinger, 74, formerly of Fort Scott, more recently of Nevada, Mo., died Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2009 at the Nevada Regional Medical Center. Father Darrin May will recite the Rosary at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16, 2009 at the Konantz-Cheney Funeral Home...
A reminder on how to be a better comforter
(Column ~ 10/16/09)
In 1980, at the age of 32, Linda Mae Richardson was diagnosed with malignant melanoma which had already metastasized into her lymph system. Her doctors indicated that her prognosis was very poor. During the next year, her husband, two sons (ages 9 and 11), family, and friends rallied to support her as she had two surgeries removing 50 malignant lymph nodes, followed by chemotherapy and cobalt radiation treatments...
Richard and Janice (Clark) Ramsey
(Anniversary ~ 10/16/09)
The family of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ramsey, Uniontown, announce the couple's 50th Wedding Anniversary. Richard and Janice (Clark) were married on Oct. 18, 1959 in Uniontown. Their children are Lisa (Don) Barker, Nevada, Mo.; Jeffrey (Robyn) Ramsey, Hugoton, Kan.; Cheryl (Jim) Koppa and Joel (Laura) Ramsey, Fort Scott...
New toll-free number to provide H1N1 flu and vaccine information to Missouri residents
(State News ~ 10/16/09)
Missouri residents can call a new toll-free number for information about the H1N1 flu, from symptoms and basic medical advice to the availability of the new H1N1 vaccine. The number. 1-877-FLU-4141 will be answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week...
Snipe: Fact or fiction?
(Sports Column ~ 10/16/09)
You can tell it's hunting time since I received my official snipe hunting field guide, which included a master snipe hunter patch, a booklet of snipe hunting lore and a printed snipe gunnysack. Yes, there is such a bird called snipe and yes, hunters do shoot them with a shotgun and never use a gunnysack to catch them, in spite of what you may have heard...
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