Barack Obama: One election won’t stop US ‘truth decay’

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Barbara Wade Schuler

first_imgBarbaraWade Schuler, 76, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away February 21, 2017.Barbara was born March 6, 1940 in Dunnville, KY, daughter of the late G. B. Wade and Frances WadeBarbara attended elementary school in Casey County and graduated from Berea Foundation High School. She was the Co-Owner and Office Manager of WSCH Radio for 33 years. Barbara was also Co-Founder of John Schuler Tours where she worked as an office administrator. Barbara served as a Deacon at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, where she was also active in the Stephens Ministries. In the past she volunteered as a “Pink Lady” for the Dearborn County Hospital Auxiliary. In Barbara’s free time she enjoyed her plants and flowers in the yard, but most of all, she loved spending time with her husband and many cherished pets, including Squirt and Sidney.Surviving is her loving husband of 52 years, John W. Schuler; brothers, Jerry (Caroline) Wade of Russell Springs, KY, Iva (Jewel) Wade of Windsor, KY, Milton (Brenda) Wade of Dunnville, KY, Castle Wade of Russell Springs, KY, Phillip Wade of Russell Springs, KY; sister, Wilma Wade of Lexington, KY; and special friend, Tina Buckhave.She was preceded in death by her parents G. B. and Frances Wade.Friends will be received Saturday, February 25, 2017, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, 6060 Blair Rd., Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at 4:00PM immediately following visitation with Pastor Bill Secrest officiating.Contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church of Aurora, P.A.W.S. or Dearborn County Home Health and Hospice. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Marcia Griffiths Hailed by Fans Internationally

first_imgMarcia Griffiths with a Russian fan. BENICASSIM, Spain – Though she has been travelling the world for nearly 50 years, Marcia Griffiths still gets her share of surprises. At Rototom Sunsplash’s Reggae University in Benicassim, Spain on August 18, she was overwhelmed by two fans.Griffiths was part of a panel discussion about reggae’s history when fans from North Korea and Russia spoke of their appreciation for her music.Moved by their pronouncements, Griffiths rose from her seat and embraced them.“The guy from North Korea said he had to meet her. He left his country years ago because of all the oppression and told her that reggae music was what helped keep him alive when he was there,” said Copeland Forbes, Griffiths’ tour manager.Marcia Griffiths with a North Korean fan.The event was also attended by members of Ethiopia’s Royal family, including Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie Haile-Selassie, grandson of Emperor Haile Selassie I.Rototom Sunsplash was one of the stops on Griffiths’ tour promoting her latest album, Timeless, released in July by Tad’s International Record.She also performed at festivals in Austria, Belgium and the United Kingdom. She did club dates in the UK with Super Cat and a solo gig in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.On August 31, Griffiths and Judy Mowatt, her colleague in famed harmony group The I Three, will perform at the inaugural Westchester Reggae Festival, which takes place at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.The I Three, which also included Rita Marley, recorded and toured with Bob Marley from 1974 to 1980 when he was diagnosed with cancer. He died in May, 1981 at age 36.last_img read more