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Patrick Henry O’Connor

first_imgPatrick Henry O’Connor Sr., age 67, of Osgood, passed away peacefully at his daughters home on Friday July 22, 2016.  Patrick was born in Warsaw, KY on September 18, 1948, the son of the late Joseph Henry and Florence (Beck) O’Connor.  Patrick had attended grade school at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Aurora,  and still possessed his strong Catholic faith.Pat met the love of his life Jacqueline (Mathews) in Aurora and they united in marriage on June 22, 1968.  To this marriage they were blessed with 3 children, daughters Louquetta (John) Spinner, Irma (late Brad) Hill, and son Patrick O’Connor Jr. of KentuckyPat worked originally as a steel worker at Barnes Jackson in Aurora.  They decided to move the family west to Oklahoma, where he drove a truck and put himself thru law enforcement school.  After completing school he became employed by the sheriff department of Muskogee County, Oklahoma and retired from this position.He returned after this to call Osgood home for remainder of his life.  Patrick was proceeded in death by wife Jacqueline, his parents, sisters Louise Sheldon, Marcialla Wilson, and Maggie O’Connor, brother William O’Connor, and son-in-law Brad Hill.  He is survived by both daughters of Osgood, his son Patrick of Kentucky and numerous grandchildren and 1 great grandchild, along with sisters Alice Wilson of Carrollton, Ky, Mary Butts of Osgood, Jenny Kimberley of Georgetown, Oh.Grave side services will be held on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. at Perseverance Cemetery in Osgood.  These services will coincide with son-in law Bradley Hill.Memorials may be given to the family in care of Neals Funeral Home in Osgoodlast_img read more

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City face fight to stay fourth

first_imgManchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta accepts the fallen champions are facing a battle to finish in the top four. Press Association Zabaleta admits confidence is low with Sunday’s derby loss at Manchester United having continued a dismal run which has seen City capitulate in the Barclays Premier League title race. Manuel Pellegrini’s men crashed 4-2 at Old Trafford, a sixth defeat in eight games in all competitions and a result which leaves them fourth and clinging onto a Champions League place. It is a far cry from the situation on New Year’s Day, when the defending champions pulled level with Chelsea at the top with a 3-2 win over Sunderland. Having been eight points behind just over a month earlier, City appeared to be clicking into gear – but all has suddenly gone wrong. They now trail the leaders by 12 points, having played a game more, and their form continues to offer encouragement for the likes of Southampton and Liverpool below them. Zabaleta said: “It is time to analyse what we are doing wrong and try to improve for the next few games. There are still 18 points to play for and we must be honest with ourselves and start to push hard, play better and win games, so we can get in the top four. “When you lose those games it is always really hard, but that is football sometimes. Football is about momentum. “It seems you lose confidence when you cannot get results and it was a really tough afternoon.” City were chasing a record fifth successive derby win and the occasion initially seemed to rouse them from their recent troubles as they made a blistering start. Their movement and energy was superb and they claimed a well-worked opening goal through Sergio Aguero after just eight minutes. But that was as good as it got as United equalised through the excellent Ashley Young and then took complete control. Further goals from the impressive Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata and Chris Smalling secured a convincing win before Aguero’s 100th City goal came as a late consolation. “It seems we lost confidence and were nervous,” said Zabaleta. “Then it was hard for the team to react and we conceded the second goal. “In the second half we didn’t create many chances and when United scored the third goal the game was over.” Winger Jesus Navas was at a loss to explain City’s failure to impose themselves after United pulled back level. The Spaniard said: “I don’t really know (what happened). They scored the equaliser and they were back in the game. We started strong but it wasn’t our day and we need to focus on the upcoming games. It’s Champions League (qualification at stake) so we have to fight until the end to be in the top four.” last_img read more

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Voters to cast their ballot in 2020 Michigan Primary Election

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich— Residents will head to the polls to select their local commissioners, various court personnel and a new sheriff. In addition, millages will be on the ballot.For Alpena County,  the ambulance and emergency services system will be on the ballot for residents to vote whether to increase the former 1 mil millage to 1.5 mil. Alcona’s ballot will present a sinking fund millage proposal for the school district, a 4H millage renewal and a veterans millage to help provide financial relief for Alcona County veterans.Presque Isle residents will vote for a school resource officer and a fire department operation millage. Lastly, Rogers City’s ballot will consist of a schools operating renewal and a library millage.Residents are reminded that face coverings are not required to enter a polling place when casting your ballot. Also remember to bring a photo ID and no splitting the ballot.Polls will open at 7am and close 8pm.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious An Alpena man pleads not guilty to felony chargesNext Pets of the Week: 8-4-2020last_img read more

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