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Lois was born April 25, (or for most of her life, understood her birthday to be April 28), 1934 in Provo, Utah to George Andrew Morley and Ann Lillian Krmpotic.

She has always been the heart of our family with her positive attitude and sweet spirit. Mom has recently struggled through countless physical trials but has shown us, by example, how to be strong and not give up.

Mom was always making friends wherever she went. She loved to winter in Arizona and enjoyed golfing, playing cards, watching Jazz basketball and loved to visit with her friends on the patio.

She loved to be around her family and was always attending programs, games and performances of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her family was everything to her.

She is survived by her two sons, Tom Jr. (Shanda), Gary and her daughter Debbie Olsen (Ben). She leaves behind her legacy in many grandchildren, Great grand children, and 1 great grand son that will be born in July.

She is preceded in death by her sweet husband, Tom, her parents, Andy and Ann Morley, her brother, George Morley, grandson Toby, and numerous aunts, uncles and friends.

The family would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to Legacy Healthcare and specifically Stephanie Reed, for the love and kindness she showed mom in her last days. You were an angel to our angel.
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adidas retro jacket Kanye West and Adidas Are Releasing New Sneakers

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Adidas became the most popular sneaker brand on Instagram last year thanks to Yeezy, and now it wants more.

The German athletic wear company plans to expand its lucrative partnership with Kanye West, following a successful run that helped boost overall annual sales last year by 10%.

Sneakerheads are obsessed with Kanye Yeezy Boost sneaker line, which falls under the Adidas Originals umbrella. Releases sell out almost immediately, prompting Tweetstorms of disappointment, and then turn up in places like eBay for several times as much as their already triple digit price tags.

The new line will be performance sneakers and apparel released under the Adidas + Kanye West label,
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the Wall Street Journal reported. It a shift from the streetwear fashion that has characterized the partnership so far, but perhaps not a bad idea, given that basically all we want to buy today are yoga pants and retro style sneakers, even if they never see the inside of a gym. And Kanye been more than willing to grow his brand in the entertainment world, so why not fashion, too?

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adidas retro jacket Best Shopping in New Jersey

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Atlantic City, New Jersey shopping offers it all from high end retail options, discounted brand name fashions and accessories at a favorite factory outlet mall and everything in between. Best of all, Atlantic City offers shoppers tax free shopping on clothing and shoes. On the world famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, you find AC staples like salt water taffy or delicious fudge, souvenir stores and specialty shops.

Atlantic City’s Tanger Outlets Walk, features a collection of more than 100 retail outlets like Nike, Hilfiger, Chico’s, H and DKNY, to name a few; The Playground is a shopping and entertainment complex that includes exclusive retail shops such as Tommy Bahama, Apple and Swarovski. The Quarter at Tropicana offers a unique NJ shopping experience in shops like Zephyr Gallery, Francesca’s Collections and The Old Farmer Almanac General Store. Be sure to check out Hamilton Mall in the nearby town of Mays Landing to find brand name and chain stores.

Bargain hunters and fashionistas: prepare to rack up the sales on apparel and accessories, footwear, fragrances, sunglasses, watches and more. From kids clothing to plus sizes, malls to mom and pops, we got you covered. And that why you find the best shopping in New Jersey right here in Atlantic City!

Specializing in carefully selected fashion for the needs and wants of the Atlantic City male shoppers and guests. AKA houses the best known men’s labels and looks that translate from “hip, edgy, rock ‘n roll” to “slick, polished and cool”. Always on trend with the latest looks, the store is filled with apparel and accessories that can tempt any male that values style. Famous classic brands such as Hugo Boss and Tommy Bahama, are flanked by must have trend setting names True Religion, 7 For All Mankind, Rock Revival,
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Roar, Affliction and Nike just to name a few. With a magnificent collection of headwear and watches sure to add the finishing touches for the man with impeccable taste.

30 N. Christopher Columbus Ave.

In 1971, Johnny Morris, frustrated by the lack of tackle in local stores, rented a U Haul trailer and took off across the country filling it with the newest premium fishing tackle he could find. When he returned home to Springfield, Missouri, Johnny set up shop in his dad’s liquor store, which was located on the way to Table Rock Lake. With this simple idea, Bass Pro Shops was born.

This new store became popular with local and out of state fishermen. By 1974, Johnny printed and mailed the first Bass Pro Shops catalog. In 1978, he introduced Bass Tracker ” the first boat, motor, and trailer package designed just for anglers.

By building and selling boats factory direct, Johnny was able to pass on huge value and savings to fishermen. Tracker has remained America’s 1 selling fishing boat for more than 35 years running.

From those humble beginnings, Bass Pro Shops has become America’s leading outdoor retailer with stores across America and Canada. Every Bass Pro Shops store still offers an incredible array of fishing and boating equipment. We’re also the premier shopping destination for hunting, camping, and outdoor cooking gear as well as outdoor footwear and nature themed gifts.

Bass Pro Shops is more than a retail mecca for sportsmen, though. Since the beginning, Johnny Morris has been dedicated to inspiring people, especially youth and families, to love, enjoy and conserve the great outdoors. That commitment, demonstrated over the course of several decades, is a big reason why Bass Pro Shops is known as the outdoor industry’s corporate conservation leader. Bass Pro Shops conservation efforts include partnering with and supporting the efforts of many organizations that work to conserve and manage the nation’s natural resources. The company’s key conservation initiatives include fish and wildlife habitat improvements, conservation and outdoor skills education, improving water quality and quality of our lakes and springs, and conservation advocacy.

Salt Water Taffy was introduced on the AC Boardwalk in the 1880’s as the first “Atlantic City Souvenir.” The 1 lb box remains the most popular souvenir almost 125 years later. The recipe resulted in a smooth, rich taffy available in many flavors and a cut to fit the mouth shape. We also offer the ability to purchase items as open stock rather that in a traditional place setting for example one mug vs. a teacup and saucer. Our famous Holiday dinnerware and accessories are available year round. We also have special gifts to commemorate each season and special event.
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sportsHeadlinesBoys basketball: Osakis still going after fending off Warroad Boys basketball: Trojans take semifinals in overtime over Panthers Boys basketball: Trojans take semifinals in overtime over PanthersState hockey: Cardinals reflect on historic run that ends in second placeState hockey: Cardinals dethrone the Hawks as a state title sits a win awaylifeHeadlinesAlexandria Area Community CalendarThe day Curt Felt diedBonding over booksToys for Kids reaches 165 childrenWhat would Mr. Fitzgerald think?outdoorsHeadlinesIce more complex than just frozen waterMorken: Plans for 2018 season come into focusMike Frisch: A one two punch for perchNortheast Minnesota moose population remains low but stableIs feeding the ducks helping or hurting them?opinionHeadlinesOUR TURN: Driving in the snow: What if? LETTER: Food program is vital for rural areas LETTER: A look into Southern Poverty Law CenterTHUMBS UP/THUMBS DOWNCapitol Chatter: Service animal owners want protection against fakescountryHeadlinesExtension schedules land rent meeting for farmers, landownersManaging boxelder bugs as the cold sets in Step away from that pruning saw!Going far with 4 H horsesCounty crafting buffer compliance rulesbusinessHeadlinesSmile Drive aims to improve dental healthBrand specialist to speakHeartland near top for knee replacementA home away from home: Home based businesses invited to take part in Chamber networking event Senior Center serves Scandinavian mealAlexandria’s Jim Dresch was ice fishing with his good friend, Roger Van Surksum, a couple years ago when Van Surksum latched into a nice crappie.

He worked the fish up to the hole before his chair went flying. Crappies are known for their paper thin mouths, and this one did not quite make it out of the hole. Van Surksum, 70, shot to his knees in an attempt to grab it in the water before it could get away. No luck.

“I looked at Roger and said, ‘That one sounded like it hurt,’ ” Dresch said.

It was not long after that when the two were fishing together again, this time with another one of Van Surksum’s friends also along.

“We had five, six, seven in the pail, but he’s over here in this corner and hasn’t gotten one yet,” Dresch said. “Pretty soon,
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he had a real nice one. I was so happy for him until it got right to the top of the hole, and it was gone. I was just looking at that hole thinking it sure would be nice if that hole would just shut when the fish is in.”

Over the years, Dresch had seen too many fish get to the top of the hole in his house only to swim free. Crappies, walleyes, northerns any aggressive fighting fish has a tendency to do that every once in a while before an angler can get it in their grasp.

Dresch eventually acted on a plan to fix that. It led to what he refers to as the ice fisherman’s landing net.

Grandpa Jimmy’s Ice Hole Trap, as he named it, has a shaft that is adjustable to fit the depth of the ice with heavy duty parachute cord that attaches to a bottom plate and a foot lever. The trap is easily mounted to the bottom of a fish house. Once the fish is through the bottom of the hole, stepping on the lever closes the plate and keeps the fish from getting free should it spit the lure.

Dresch made his first one at the end of February 2016. He and Van Surksum tested it together the rest of that winter fishing season and discovered that it saved them quite a few fish.

“It’s everybody’s dream to make some money fishing and hunting, but very few people do it,” Dresch said. “I had no intention of starting a business, but I thought, ‘this is really neat.’ I talked to a couple people and they wanted one, and another wanted one.”

Dresch quickly had a lawyer run a patent search.

“Nothing came up,” Dresch said. “I’ve been fishing my whole life. I had never seen it, so I said let’s go ahead and patent it.”

Dresch has a provisional patent on the product that protects him for one year as he seels a non provisional patent that lasts longer.
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adidas retro jacket Mall theater closed ‘permanently’

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Nathan Jellings, from Kansas, was leading a contracted crew on site at the former theater Tuesday where about everything, from seats to projection equipment, was being removed. Large refuse containers outside the theater were being filled with seats while projection and sound equipment was piled on the floor of the lobby in an effort to salvage equipment that could be used elsewhere, he said.

“Seats, screens, equipment just about everything is coming out,” Jellings said.

A representative of Arrowhead Mall had no comment on the closing.

The vacating of space in Arrowhead Mall by Cinema 10 left about 32,400 square feet empty. The closing is the latest for the shopping center at 501 N. Main St., which opened in 1987 and which has seen other tenants like Sears close doors in recent years.

The mall property sold in March when it changed hands from Denver based J. Herzog Sons to Ann Arbor, Michigan based McKinley Inc., officials with Herzog said.

Felix Waller, McAlester businessman who in November opened a new theater in Muskogee, said he would rather not comment on the closing of the city’s other cinema showing first run movies. Waller’s Epic Cinema 10 opened at 2812 W. Shawnee Bypass with six screens initially and four more scheduled to open in mid March with stadium style seating.

“I will say we’ve been very pleased with the reception we’re gotten in Muskogee,” Waller said Tuesday.

Waller had the former theater gutted and completely remodeled before he reopened the location as Epic Cinema. When new construction going on at the location is completed, he will have added about 13,000 square feet to the site to house four additional screens and about 360 more seats.

“Things are going really well. We’ve had some construction hold ups on the new construction, but we’re moving forward,” Waller said.

When the new construction is completed the complex will total about35,000 square feet.

Once that construction is complete, plans are to repave the parking lot, he said.

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