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  • Table Talk: ; Pie in the Sky; Dream Grows Into 50-Year-Old; Pizza Empire

    WANT TO GO? Ginos celebration Gino's celebrates 50 years in business with free outdoor concerts Friday and Saturday at Gino's Pub, 2501 Fifth Ave., Huntington. On Friday, Karla Dehart and RiverTown perform at 6 p.m. and Ricky Huckaby, son of former Marshall University basketball coach Rick Huckaby. takes the stage at 8:15 p.m. Piano player David Lucas, who played at the pub many years ago,...

  • A Night to Remember in Radford

    By virtue of being the youngest of eight inductees into the Radford High School Hall of Fame class, Tommy Edwards was the last to speak the other night. It had been an exceptional night of introduction for and acceptance speeches by inductees Dennis W. Hammack, Rodger Wills, Mike Grant, Kenny Edwards and India Adams, as well as those who spoke for the late E.C. Dickens and Frank Hurd.

  • He Put the 'G' in Gino's

    When Kenny Grant set out to open his first pizzeria, learning how to make a good pie was the first thing he learned. The second was realizing the value of his workers. Huntington - Kenny Grant walked into Gino's The Pub, smiled and waved at three men seated around a table drinking beer.

  • Peaks Kenny Park Gets $415,000 Grant

    DOVER-FOXCROFT - Peaks Kenny State Park will receive a $415,000 grant from the National Park Service's Land and Water Conservation Fund, U.S. Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins announced Tuesday. The grant will allow for construction of a new comfort station and group shelter. The project will replace an existing day-use bathhouse with a modern, unisex, fully accessible comfort station.

  • Rena H. Grant

    HOULTON - passed away Jan. 26, 2013, at a local hospital. She was born Feb. 13, 1925, the daughter of Ansel and Avis Hatfield. She is survived by her loving, heartfelt family: her son, Robert and Joan Fournier of Houlton; grandson, Richard and Jennifer Fournier of Bangor; granddaughter, Aimee and David Goff of Smyrna; four special great-grandchildren, Natalie and Hailey Fournier of Bangor and...

  • Comerica Bank Presents $10,000 Grand Slam Grants to Cass Tech and Holland High Schools

    Cass Tech's announcement came first. Students, including the baseball and softball teams filed into the auditorium with no idea why they'd been summoned for an assembly. Thomas Ogden, president of Comerica Bank-Michigan, called both teams on stage and announced Cass Tech was the southeast Michigan 2013 Grand Slam Grant recipient. Detroit Tigers mascot PAWS, the DTE Energy Squad, DJ Kenny...

  • Mississippi Outdoors

    News and notes Record gator: The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP) recently confirmed the record for heaviest alligator. The record alligator was caught by the hunting party of Tom Grant of Boyle, Miss., Sept. 22 at a private hunting club near Fitler in Issaquena County. The weight of 697.5 pounds exceeds the previous record of 690.5 pounds, which was held by Brian...

  • Nets Worst Picks

    Dennis Hopson The Nets selected the 6-foot-5 Ohio State swingman with the third overall pick in 1987. He never averaged more than 15.8 in his NBA career. Those picked after him? Scottie Pippen, Kevin Johnson, Kenny Smith, Horace Grant and Reggie Miller. Ouch.

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    The Colorado Health Foundation is giving a $731,872 three-year to the CU Aging Center at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs that will be used to expand its mental health services for seniors. It's the third time the foundation has given a major to the 12-year-old center, executive director Michael Kenny said Tuesday, and brings the total to about $1 million.

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    The Colorado Health Foundation is giving a $731,872 three-year to the CU Aging Center at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs that will be used to expand its mental health services for seniors. It's the third time the foundation has given a major to the 12-year-old center, executive director Michael Kenny said Tuesday, and brings the total to about $1 million.

  • Kanawha in Review

    The following Kanawha Valley Neighbors-related news and feature items were among those published in recent editions of The Charleston Gazette, Charleston Daily Mail, Saturday Gazette-Mail and Sunday Gazette-Mail: Bike patrol helps SAPD make arrests St. Albans Police Department officials say the departments new bicycle patrol unit helped in a mans arrest for drug charges Friday, March 30....

  • Ffa Briefs

    EAST HOLMES DISTRICT -- On Sept. 20, Hiland FFA members competed in the District 8 Urban Soils judging contest held in Muskingum County. Participants were: Mac Cordle, Grant Mast, Taylor Raber and Kenny Clark. The contest is designed for students to evaluate the land and also the soil to see if it is good enough to use for urban uses such as for a home site, roads and recreational purposes....

  • Verdicts & Settlements October 24, 2010: Plaintiff Nets Verdict for Brain Surgery Error

    A Kansas City attorney won a $20 million verdict after an Arkansas hospital performed surgery on the wrong side of a teenager's brain, allegedly permanently changing his personality. Grant Davis, of Davis, Bethune & Jones, handled the negligence case for Pamela and Kenny Metheny, the parents and co-conservators for plaintiff Cody Metheny.

  • Debra Saunders: Scots Outraged Over Bomber's Release

    Do not believe that Scotland was united behind Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill's decision to grant "compassionate" release to the terminally ill convicted Pan Am 103 bomber Abdel Basset al-Megrahi in August. When al-Megrahi flew home to a hero's welcome in Libya, Member of Scottish Parliament Richard Baker recalls "universal outrage" among Scots at the sight of Scotland's...

  • Jeannette's Grant Flashes His Skills

    When you have a team like Jeannette and a player the caliber of Terrelle Pryor, some players go unnoticed. Wide receiver-defensive back Kenny Grant, a 6-foot, 155-pound senior, is one of those players.

  • Bike Patrol Helps St. Albans Police Officers Make Arrests

    St. Albans Police Department officials say the department's new bicycle patrol unit helped in a man's arrest for drug charges Friday night. Patrolman Mike Page and Kenny Davis arrested Jameson D. Edwards, 24, of St. Albans in the 2300 block of Grant Avenue at about 9 p.m. Friday.

  • Lst Awarded $414,444 `Save America's Treasures' Grant

    Evansville's LST 325 has been awarded a $414,444 "Save America's Treasures" grant for restoration work on the World War II-era ship. Kenny Adams, the LST's executive director, said the work will have to be done in dry dock away from Evansville in either winter 2012 or late fall 2013, after the ship's annual Veterans Day breakfast.

  • Rbd Honors the 'Masters of Finance' at the 15th Annual Masters Series Awards Luncheon

    In his summary remarks, Executive Director [Willie J. Fann] acknowledged the Herculean efforts of Jacque Bee, who was principally responsible for coordinating and executing the 15th Annual Masters Series Awards Luncheon. He also gave kudos to Linda. G. Washington (graphics/publishing); Fifi Locke (consultant/designer); Crystal Mitchell (RBD online promotions); Charles Anderson (event coordinator);...

  • Wpial Class Aa Notebook

    One Jeannette pass was completed midway through the second quarter on a play that eventually looked like two outfielders going for the same ball. Terrelle Pryor rolled left, tucked the ball and scrambled and saw Kenny Grant and Jerry Harris standing together on the Jayhawks 48. Grant made the reception and was credited with an 11-yard gain. * Late in the third period, GCC quarterback Cody...

  • K.C. Attorney Nets $20m Verdict for Surgery Error

    A Kansas City attorney recently won a $20 million verdict from an Arkansas hospital's insurance company for performing surgery on the wrong side of a teenager's brain six years ago, permanently changing his personality. Grant Davis, of Davis, Bethune & Jones, handled the negligence case for Pamela and Kenny Metheny, the parents and co-conservators for plaintiff Cody Metheny. Cody, who...

  • Unscrambling Dyslexia

    Photos by Troy Wayrynen/The Columbian Kelly Steinke, right, a learning support specialist at Dorothy Fox Elementary School in Camas, uses a hand gesture to help students sound out the letter P as part of a specialized interactive program designed to help dyslexic students. From left are Kenny Nigg, 12, Faith Krecklow, 10, and Maggie MacPherson, 11. Steinke received a grant from the Camas...

  • STMS: NUTTY UNCLES OF DAYTON ROCK

    Good rock 'n' roll should have a sense of fun and irreverence. That fact is lost on many earnest modern rockers, but not Stone the Mayor Sheriffs. The members of this cheeky Dayton rock crew take their music seriously, but Andrew Strozier (vocals), Daniel Madero (vocals, keyboards), Tyler Cross (bass, vocals), Kenny Fegel (guitar), Mike Patak (guitar) and Adrian Grant (drums) certainly inject...

  • K.C. Attorney Nets $20 Million Verdict for Brain Surgery Error

    A Kansas City attorney recently won a $20 million verdict after an Arkansas hospital performed surgery on the wrong side of a teenager's brain, allegedly permanently changing his personality. Grant Davis, of Davis, Bethune & Jones, handled the negligence case for Pamela and Kenny Metheny, the parents and co-conservators for plaintiff Cody Metheny. Cody, who suffered from epileptic seizures,...

  • Bucks, Wildcats Trade More Than Handshakes ; No Shortage of Rough Play or Trash Talk Friday at Ud Arena

    DAYTON -- Elbows were flying the full 40 minutes of Ohio State's 70-62 victory over Davidson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Afterward, the mud was slinging. Buckeyes forward Matt Sylvester accused the referees of foul play, ruining his Friday afternoon. At the same time, Davidson guard Matt McKillop -- speaking with emotion after his final collegiate game -- ripped Ohio State guard...

  • Giants Ink Feagles, Add Safety

    Eight years ago, the Giants signed punter Jeff Feagles, a veteran free agent from the Seattle Seahawks. And on the day Feagles re- upped for a 23rd NFL season, the Giants added another former Seahawks veteran in safety Deon Grant. Grant, 31, provides insurance in case Kenny Phillips' surgical knee is not strong enough to start the season.