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Articles with the Tag: Ronan

Young eagles take flight Young eagles take flight

RONAN- Many people aren’t lucky enough to find their true passion in life, and the few who do often have difficulty pinpointing the exact moment of inspiration. Mauri Morin, president of the Mission Valley Young Eagles Chapter 1122, is the exception to this rule. “I’ve wanted to fly sinc...

Ronan kids enjoy fishing derby Ronan kids enjoy fishing derby

RONAN- World War Two veteran and Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall committee chairman Arnie Armstrong looks out across a sea of 250 laughing and smiling children at Ronan’s Bockman Park.  “It’s all about the kids. This is best city park in the country. I wanted the kids to have somethin...

Adam Grant Kirsch

RONAN — Adam Grant Kirsch, 83, of Ronan, passed away on Jan. 30, 2012. Please join us on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. for internment of his ashes at the Ronan Cemetery. Immediately following food, beverages will be served at the Bonada Ranch, three miles south of Ronan. Sharing stories and ...

School grounds look great

Editor, The ladies of the Ronan-Pablo Coffee Clutch would like to give a big “thank you” to the groundskeeper for the Ronan School District. What a fantastic job you’re doing in keeping the school grounds looking like they have been “parked out.” It has been a pleasure dri...

Decker deserves district’s consideration

Editor, I am writing this letter because as I read Gale Decker’s letter to the editor of the Valley Journal, I became very angry. I just need to tell you that I know my brother pretty well, and I know that he is a person of integrity and honesty. He would not bring any allegations against the school...

Ronan to see first-ever horse training competition

RONAN- Lee Lytton has trained more than 3,000 horses over the past 40 years. He says he’s learned the trade from a great many people and combined their ideas into a step-by-step, surefire progression culminating in an animal that is respectful, confident and useful. Even so, training a horse is no s...

Local women featured at quilt show Local women featured at quilt show

RONAN — Patsy Anderson and Jessie Merwin were the featured quilters at the Mission Mountain Quilt Guild Quilt Show on Aug. 2-4 in the K. William Harvey Elementary School gym.  Anderson and Merwin brought in about 40 quilts they’ve made over their quilting years. Patsy Anderson A n...

Along for the ride Along for the ride

The sun was just begining to set on a crisp Saturday night in Ronan. The air carried the smells of autumn, turning leaves and the promise of winter as cowboys, ranchers and audience members alike looked to the stadium’s center.  Standing in the middle of Ronan’s rodeo grounds, the announc...

High school sweethearts plan to wed after reconnecting on Facebook High school sweethearts plan to wed after reconnecting on Facebook

“She never stopped looking for him. He never stopped thinking about her,” the wedding announcement reads. The high school sweethearts didn’t connect for years. Jeri Ann Currie, now Halford, and Claryl Haggard grew up east of Highway 93 between Ronan and Pablo. Although both familie...

Crenshaw sees promotion while deployed

At a July 21 ceremony in Kandahar, Afghanistan, Charleen Crenshaw of Ronan was officially pinned as a senior leader moving from staff sergeant to sergeant first class as of July 1. This was the second promotion to a senior leadership position that the platoon would receive during its deployment.  Cre...


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