Saturday, November 20, 2010
Three free throws from Tai Peachey sealed the victory the important victory with a game with No. 2 Springfield looming today. It was far from perfect, but the Galesburg High School girls basketball team made just enough shots, got just enough stops and made just enough plays to hold off East Peoria for a 67-58 win Friday night.
Click to read the article By Todd Rudolf in The Register-Mail Posted Nov. 19, 2010. Picture by John Williams for The Register-Mail. Galesburg High School's Megan Young fights for rebound from East Peoria's Savanna Tapper on Friday in Galesburg Thanksgiving Tournament
Posted by Watchman at 3:35 PM
Melvin Beachy, 87, of Anchorage, died the evening of Nov. 16, 2010, with his children by his side.
Melvin was born Dec. 31, 1922, in McMinnville, Ore., to William and Mary Beachy. He and his 12 siblings grew up on the family farm outside Sheridan, Ore. Melvin served in the U.S. Army from 1943 until his discharge in 1946.
Wherever he lived, Melvin was always an active member of the local Assembly of God. Steadfast members, he and Raydonna attended Calvary Assembly of God in Anchorage for many years until she passed away in July 2009.
Melvin is survived by his three children, Judy Veater, Terry Beachy and Charlene Francis, all of Anchorage; five grandchildren, Josh Francis, Crystal Francis, Chad Francis, Bethany Veater and Miles Veater, all of Anchorage; brothers, Glen Beachy of Creston, B.C., Canada and Norman Beachy of McMinnville, Ore.; as well as two sisters, Dorothy Wagler of Salem, Ore., and Sylvia Yoder of Springfield, Ore. Click for details in the Alaska Daily News by legacy.com
Posted by Watchman at 8:27 AM