Whatever direction he chooses, he’s had a steady presence on country radio for the past dozen years with such hits as “Nothing On but the Radio,” “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” and “It Ain’t the Whiskey.” (9 p.m. For this latest instance, they’re promising new songs and bringing along another Minnesota expat, Hammerhead went over so well at the 25th anniversary bash for Amphetamine Reptile Records in 2010 outside Grumpy’s Downtown, the band has stayed together, and even put out a new EP in 2011.
The Fargo-reared power trio — which had the crunch of labelmates Helmet and the intensity of Unsane — is a perfect fit for the Turf Club’s fourth annual Blowout!
She never brought him up, but when asked she did say she knew him.
She was seen getting on the bus after several shows escorted by either Levi or Jamie.
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Hilda is survived by her son, Alan Klatt and his wife Monte Rae of Laurel; her sisters, Beatrice Brasure and Nancy Scorah (Wayne); her nieces and nephews; and her cat “Kitty Cat.” In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Bryant Klatt in 2012; and her siblings, Leroy, Margaret, Irene, Marion and Betty. Interment will follow in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Laurel. West, 75, of Kalamazoo, Mich., and formerly of Laurel, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his three brothers, Otwell, Ben and Ken and his sister, Karen Joseph. 13, at Bethel Worship Center, 26648 Sussex Hwy., Seaford, where visitation will be held from to . Interment will follow in Kings United Methodist Church Cemetery.
Hilda was a homemaker and helped on the family farm. She had attended Asbury Church and was a member of the choir. He was also a longtime member of The Gideons International, an organization that places Bibles in hotel rooms and distributes them around the world.
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There was a rumor started on a message board many months ago that Gary was seen around his town with his pregnant girlfriend. I don't believe that he is engaged, but he was (is) living with Jessica Shafer.
If you go to Country Weekly there is a picture of them if you search for Gary Allan and date (BMI awards 11/10/10).
She is survived by her sister, Kay White (Sonny); brother, Douglas Morgan (Nancy); step-children, David Lynch and Denise Jones (David); granddaughters, Jennifer Brittingham, Andy Jones and Amanda Jones; nieces, Christina Voss and Dianna Kelley; great-nephew, Connor Voss; and her godson, Todd Ruark (Heather). She was a member of the Nanticoke River Yacht Club. Her primary goal in life was to love and support her family. He is survived by his son, Doug Smith of Laurel; son-in-law, Ralph “Buster” Richardson III of Georgetown; sister, Ruth Ann Tingle and her husband Maurice of Whitesville; grandchildren, Sallie Davis, Ralph “Bo” Richardson IV, John Richardson, Stacy Toomey, and Dough Smith Jr.; 10 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel.
The family also lived in Martinsville, Va., Wilmington and Seaford. Over the course of her life, Sally enjoyed her bridge clubs, bowling leagues, playing golf, and boating. Richard proudly served his country in the United States Navy. He was a member of Line United Methodist Church, past commander of the American Legion Post #19, member of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Laurel, past member of the Salisbury Moose Lodge Post #654, and past Laurel Citizen of the Year.