1957 ford news
A look back
Jan. 25, 1957-The MCHS senior basketball team beat Decatur tonight but only barely. The quintet had a big lead during much of the game but the Red Raiders almost pulled it out before the final buzzer sounded with Hartselle ahead 61-60.
Out of the past 1/28/07
It comes as no surprise when the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents votes to increase student incidental fees starting next fall by $55 a semester. State Rep. Jerry Ford of Cape...
Mon, Jan 29 2007
George Droll, 83, of Greenville died Jan. 21, 2007. A memorial service is scheduled at 1 p.m. today at Lynch Funeral Home chapel. Nancy Fell, 74, of Grand Island, Neb., formerly of Greenville, died Jan. 12. 2007, in Grand Island.
1956: The Year ‘Decca Came to Pinckneyville
PINCKNEYVILLE - Decca Records,Inc. (now TUMS) was an industry the Pinckneyville Chamber of Commerce brought to town and the music of greats like crooner Bing Crosby sustained. In fact, Bing Crosbys “Merry Christmas” album--produced by Decca--goes down as one of the top selling albums of all time.
MDOT closes Lodge footbridge
Can you stand one more bit of information about bridges that span the Lodge Freeway?
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Nelson will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a reception and square dancing 2 to 5 p.m. Feb. 11 at Midwest City Community Building.
Some Eye-Raising Sales: A Hummer for $1.25 Million
Nine noteworthy auction sales this year from a 1903 Ford Model A Rear Entrance Tonneau to a 1993 Hummer H1.
Corporate/ Company Law
The State of Delaware has been referred to as the incorporation capital of the world. 1 It promotes itself as approaching corporate matters in an innovative fashion.
Broyles Applies Positive Spin
FAYETTEVILLE -- Frank Broyles is aware of Arkansas fans perplexity over the departures this week of offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn and quarterback Mitch Mustain.
NEW YORK - Jack Lang, a Hall of Fame baseball writer who for two decades had the pleasant assignment of telling players theyd been elected to Cooperstown, died Thursday. He was 85.