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Graveside services for Staff Sgt. Robert E. Howard
Graveside services were held Saturday morning at Sunset View Cemetery just north of Moulton for Staff Sgt. Robert E. Howard.
American flags for Robert E. Howard
At least 200 men, women and children came to the Centerville Fire Department firehouse at 2 p.m. Friday to participate in placing more than 2,000 American flags along the route from Centerville to Sunset View Cemetery just north of Moulton, the place where Moulton native Staff Sgt. Robert E. Howard will be laid to rest Saturday at 11 a.m.
WWII Vet: Coming home after 69 years
Korina Hurley, 48, of Macon, Mo., said her uncle received a call in 2010 from an independent research team based in Germany concerning U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert “Bobby” E. Howard, who was in a plane that was shot down over Germany during World War II. The researchers investigate German sites where American soldiers were known to go missing in action or killed in action during World War II.
- Flags at half-staff DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in Iowa from 5 p.m. Friday, July 18 until 8 a.m. Monday, July 21, in honor of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert “Bobby” E. Howard, formerly of Moulton.Howard, a 21-year old s
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- Alliance recognized by governor DES MOINES — The Rathbun Land and Water Alliance received two awards at the Governor’s Environmental Excellence Award ceremony held Tuesday, July 15 at the Wallace Building in Des Moines – the Water Quality Special Project Award and the Environmental
- Howard funeral procession route outlined The Centerville Police Department has announced the route that the procession for U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert “Bobby” Howard will take on Saturday, July 19.The procession will depart Lange Funeral Home at approximately 10:15 a.m. and travel south on
- Bill Riley Talent Search coming to Centerville DES MOINES — The Bill Riley Talent Search, and state wide presenting sponsor, Hy-Vee, are excited to announce a local show in Centerville. It will be held as part of the Appanoose County Fair at 7:30 p.m. on July 21. The show is open to the public.Th
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- A.C. history by Enfys McMurry © 2014 Enfys McMurry All rights reserved.July 18, 1918: Everyday of July 1918, the town heard of German reversals and retreats at the hands of the Allied forces. Among them, local boys were west of Chateau Thierry; they had taken the village of Veaux
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- Illinoisans and income moving to Iowa CHICAGO — More than 14,000 Illinois residents and $68 million in corresponding annual income have jumped the border to Iowa since 1995, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Illinois Policy Institute. The report highlights how years of Illin
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