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Del Rio greets Santa - delrionewsherald.com: News

Queen City children greeted Kris Kringle at Plaza del Sol Mall Thursday evening with songs, dances and an overall warm welcome. Claudia Lopez, fashion show coordinator for Plaza del Sol, helps organize the annual event, which traditionally falls on the Thursday before Thanksgiving. "It's a happy tim

DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Top cop search narrowing down - delrionewsherald.com: News

Three finalists remain on the list as Del Rio Police Chief candidates; selection to be announced on Nov. 28 Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.

DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Fire department offers tips for a safe holiday cooking

Del Rio cooks may be a little more careful than their counterparts elsewhere, but Del Rio Fire Department officials are still reminding them to take extra precautions with holiday cooking - especially if deep-fried turkey is on the menu. DRFD Deputy Fire Chief David Harrison released a list of fried

DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Monroe's tree lighting pushed back because of weather

As a result of torrential rains today, the tree lighting ceremony in downtown Monroe has been rescheduled. As a result of torrential rains today, the tree lighting ceremony in downtown Monroe has been postponed for one week. The Monroe Downtown Development Authority made that decision around 3 p.m.,


Monroe County Drain Commission Sink Creek & Extention notice

TIME: 9:00 AM LOCATION: Summerfield Township Hall, 26 Saline Street, Petersburg, MI 49270 Monroe County, Michigan QUESTIONS: (734) 240-3101 A Board of Determination will meet at the above date, time, and location to hear all interested persons, receive evidence, and determine whether the mainte


Empty Bowls benefit fills Luna Pier Fire Station

In this grassroots effort that takes place across the country, a simple meal of soup and bread is served at an Empty Bowls dinner, with the proceeds to feed hungry. Paula Wethington Monroe News staff reporter MonroeNewsPaula LUNA PIER - The Luna Pier Business Association Empty Bowls Dinner couldn't

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-20 22:00:00

Boy Scout Troop 547 raises funds during holiday sale

About 30 years ago, Troop 547 chose a Christmas wreath sale as its signature fundraiser. The project is still going after all these years. Paula Wethington Monroe News staff reporter MonroeNewsPaula Boy Scout troops and Cub Scout packs traditionally fundraise money for their camping trips and relat

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-20 16:00:00

Vocalist Kari Lynch to perform at Christmas in Ida

Kari Lynch, a Michigan singer-songwriter who is living in Nashville, will take the stage at 4 p.m. Dec. 2 in downtown Ida. A change in entertainers has been announced for the Pop Music Concert at the Christmas in Ida Festival. Kari Lynch, a Michigan singer-songwriter who is currently living and reco

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-20 19:00:00

Samaria to host Tree Lighting party Friday

The evening includes indoors entertainment, and a visit from Santa. SAMARIA - The 19th Annual Samaria Tree Lighting party will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at Samaria Community Center, 1530 Samaria Road. The event is an "old fashioned" village party, hosted by Bedford Beautification Commission. The event

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-20 18:00:00

Burglars steal safe, medication from Temperance grocery store

TEMPERANCE - Monroe County sheriff's detectives are looking for the people who stole a safe and medication from a grocery store. Deputies responded about 1 a.m. Saturday to a breaking and entering at Food Town grocery store, 8926 Lewis Ave. in Temperance. They learned three burglars stole from the s

TOLEDO BLADE - 2017-11-20 12:41:57

Today's print edition newspaper deliveries are delayed

All customers are expected to receive their papers by 1 p.m.; the e-edition PDFs are available for subscribers. Because of printing issues, delivery of the print edition of The Monroe News will be later than usual today. All customers should receive their papers by 1 p.m. In the meantime, the newspa

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-19 13:00:00

Cold case arrest made in El Dorado County courthouse

Joseph Ray Messer Joseph Ray Messer, 41, was arrested last week in Superior Court in Placerville, charged with the 1996 shooting of 17-year-old Jamie Brown in the town of Desert Hot Springs. Joseph Messer was attending a Monday hearing for his brother Jesse Dean Messer who was in court facing charge

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-19 21:29:04

105 years old and going strong

Maybelle Hesser waves as she prepares to take a ride in a 1930 Model A Ford in celebration of her 105th birthday at Eskaton on Nov. 16. Pictured left to right are: President of Hangtowns A's and the car's owner, Tom Jeanes, of pollock Pines Maybelle's daughter, Marlene Sorsaba, of Placerville and he

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-20 16:08:19

Parole denied - again - for killer who shot stepson in 1985

Ehren Dixon Ehren Dixon was 14 years old and living in Placerville in 1985 when he attended a special camp designed to build self-confidence and give youngsters a more positive outlook - he ended up climbing a tall mountain during that Outward Bound outing in Southern California. Upon returning to P

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-20 17:59:18

New veterans center provides permanent stand down needs

A Veterans Resources center was dedicated at the Veterans Memorial Building in Placerville on Veterans Day by volunteers who aim to provide free services to military personnel, veterans and their families in El Dorado County. The center will provide a permanent stand down, a grassroots, community-ba

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-20 17:35:59

Think gold rather than black Thanksgiving weekend

Placerville's historical Gold Bug Park and Mine will be open over Thanksgiving weekend on Nov. 24 to 26. "People will be looking for interesting and inexpensive things to do with their visiting relatives and guests over the long holiday period," said Frank Jacobi, the park superintendent. "So we're

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-20 16:02:47

For Myles Bean necessity was the inspiration of invention

Myles Bean was disappointed with the quality of the shorts he wore to work so he decided to create shorts that would hold up under rigorous wear and be sustainable. Courtesy photo Myles Bean is an interesting man in an unusual line of work. After years of guiding people down the rivers of Northern C

MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-20 16:32:13

Homeless Navy Vet Given Apartment in Senior Community

Keith Lozier, a formerly homeless veteran, sits in his new apartment. PLACERVILLE - After being homeless for nearly five years, Keith Lozier has a place of his own. Lozier calls himself a "happy country hippie," smiling and waving at people at a Cameron Park shopping center. That shopping center par

FOX40 - 2017-11-20 20:29:15

Sheriff's Air Rescue 06 and patrol helicopter, 40-King-4, were requested to assist a hiker

At approximately 2:30 p.m., Sheriff's Air Rescue 06 and the patrol helicopter, 40-King-4, were requested to assist in locating Ferraro. After a short time, the patrol crew located Ferraro and determined she would need to be hoist rescued. Ferraro was on a narrow trail in steep terrain at the 9,200'

HIGHLAND COMMUNITY NEWS - 2017-11-20 15:32:00

Trio charged with selling cocaine in Manchester

MANCHESTER - Three people living in three counties are facing charges related to drug sales in this Ontario County village. Cheryl Groescup, 46, of Gifford Road, Phelps; Travis Jacobs, 28, of Assembly Drive, Keuka Park; and Adam VanEpps, 43, of Rochester, were charged with two counts of third-degree

FINGER LAKES TIMES - 2017-11-19 19:00:00