On Sunday, April 11, 2021, Karen Sue Bradley, loving mother and grandmother, passed away at the age of 76.She was born to Joe and Maxine (Esry) Collins on August 23, 1944.After graduating from El Dorado Springs High School, Karen Sue married Sammy Joe Hacker in 1962.
While riding down the road going to an estate sale, my friend Connie told me the most interesting story about something that happened when she was a child.Now before I retell this story, let me add here that both Connie and I are dog lovers and we both STILL found this incident very strange.
Reuters has announced Alessandra Galloni will take over as its new editor-in-chief from next week, becoming the first woman to head the global news agency in its 170-year history.Galloni is taking over from Stephen J. Adler, who is retiring, Thomson Reuters said in a statement.
In a promotional video for a major golf tournament, the Mayor of Rome tried to present one of the city’s most famous landmarks - the Colosseum -, but featured instead the Roman arena of Nîmes, in France.The “monumental” error sparked laughter and outrage in Rome, as citizens accused the 5-star movement mayor Virginia Raggi, who is running for re-election, of not knowing her own city.
On a family trip to Rome in March 2016, Urbana’s Chris FrEIdhof attended a Wednesday General Audience at the Vatican, those in the crowd holding up beloved objects for Pope Francis to bless.Friedhof hoisted the W flag he had with him.“My wife (Denise) thought I was nuts but supported me as always,” he said.
A Minnesota bishop who was investigated by the Vatican for allegedly interfering with past investigations into clergy sexual abuse has resigned.ROME (AP) — A Minnesota bishop who was investigated by the Vatican for allegedly interfering with past investigations into clergy sexual abuse has resigned.The Vatican said Tuesday that Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Bishop Michael Hoeppner and named a temporary replacement to run the Crookston diocese.
Top Dividend Stocks – Reuters names Alessandra Galloni as its next editor-in-chief (Reuters) – Reuters News has named one of its top editors, Alessandra Galloni, as its next editor-in-chief, the first woman to lead the globe-spanning news agency in its 170-year history.A native of Rome, Galloni, 47, will replace Stephen J. Adler, who is retiring this month after leading the newsroom for the past decade.
BLOCKSTON — Frank W. Blockston, III, 40, of Chili, on April 4, 2021.Services were held April 8.Contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project in his honor.BORTLE — Jeffrey Grant Bortle, 62 of Rome, on April 6, 2021.
ROME – Sixth-generation Tempest fighters firing laser beams will be able to take out hypersonic missiles in the future, Italy’s military chief of staff has claimed.Gen. Enzo Vecciarelli made the prediction at a Rome seminar on missile defense, stating that directed-energy weapons were “probably the future” when it came to stopping the hypersonic missiles now being developed around the world.
Jean Todt has hit out at the media for "not giving Formula E the attention it deserves".The FIA president hailed the all-electric series' development but says the media is almost exclusively interested in Formula 1."All the ingredients for a strong championship, which cannot be compared to any other, are there," Todt, referring to Formula E, told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Frustration has built in business sectors over weeks of pandemic lockdown measures Scuffles broke out as frustrated restaurant and small business owners gathered for the second week in a row in central Rome on Monday, demanding their businesses be allowed to reopen, despite no authorisation for the demonstration by the government.
Creative Assembly is currently working on getting Total War: Rome Remastered released, but they also have Total War Warhammer 3 and an unannounced sci-fi shooter in development, which means it needs to expand space for all these teams to provide better working conditions and support a "post-COVID work model".
Restaurant owners hang coloured underwear during a protest against restriction measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Rome, Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Angry restaurant and other owners of shuttered establishments have been protesting in Rome as frustration builds in business sectors over weeks of current pandemic lockdown measures. Sport of
Norman Nato saw his dream podium turn into an immediate nightmare in Sunday’s second race of the Rome ePrix, with the Frenchman finding himself disqualified after finishing on the road in third.The ROKiT Venturi Racing driver was handed the harsh penalty after using too much energy during the race, although it was a close-run thing.
An Italian news website published photos it says were taken at lunchtime on Sunday of Ibrahimovic with friends, all without masks and surrounded by wine glasses, in the restaurant which should have been closed to on-site diners.Agence France-Presse April 12, 2021 23:26:02 IST Rome: Zlatan Ibrahimovic was again in the headlines for non-football reasons on Monday after he was reportedly pictured in a Milan restaurant while the city was in a coronavirus lockdown.
Protesters and police clashed in another demonstration of merchants and caterers in central Rome Coronavirus pandemic Due to the economic crisis caused by the protesters, they attempted to reach the Parliament building on Monday afternoon, MTI wrote.Hundreds of demonstrators occupied one of the central squares of the Italian capital.