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Lincoln County Coroner

811 North Lincoln Avenue
Star City, AR 71667
(870) 628-4204
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Star City AR Obituaries and Death Notices

Edward F. Hebhardt

Monday, February 27, 2017

Lutheran Community at Telford, on Saturday, February 25, 2017. He was 97.He was the beloved husband of Elsie A. (LeVan) Hebhardt for 71 years until her death in 2012.Born in Star City, West Virginia, he was the son of the late Jon L. and Helen (Stuhl) Hebhardt. His parents and three of his siblings emigrated from Europe through Ellis Island. A 1937 graduate of Reading Senior High School, Edward had worked as a soda clerk before taking classes in drafting and time & motion analysis. He would later receive a drafting certificate from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.Mr. Hebhardt was a U.S. Navy veteran, having served as a machinist during World War II.Mr. Hebhardt was employed for 34 years as a time study engineer at the former U. S. Gauge Division, Ametek, Inc., Sellersville, until retiring in 1985. Prior to that, he had worked as a drill press operator at Westinghouse, Baltimore, MD and with American Chain & Cable as a time-study engineer.A long-time member of St. Agnes Catholic Church, Sellersville, Mr. Hebhardt had created countless craft items over the years for the annual Christmas Bazaar.Always a consummate gentleman, Edward was a dedicated family man and a gifted handyman comfortable with extensive home r

Pine Bluff Area Church News for the week of 11-26-16 - Pine Bluff Commercial

Monday, November 28, 2016

Baptist Church at Yorktown will celebrate its 132nd anniversary at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Royce Jackson, pastor of Wade Chapel Missionary Baptist Church at Star City.St. Ollie Missionary Baptist Church at Star City will observe its homecoming and 154th anniversary at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. The guest preacher will be the Rev. Gilbert Byrd, pastor of Allen Temple Baptist Church of Stuttgart.First Missionary Baptist Church at Ladd, 4901 McDonley Road, will celebrate its 109th anniversary at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. The guest preacher will be the Rev. Omar Davis, pastor of St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church at Sherrill.ConcertsMt. Carmel Baptist Church, 900 S. Grant St., will host the annual musical praise and worship program honoring the pastor and wife, the Rev. Anthony L. Craig Sr. and Betty Craig, at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. The Rev. Robert Adams will offer words of encouragement. The service will feature all area music ministries. Groups are asked to register upon arrival.Battle Chapel Baptist Church at Altheimer will host the Goodwill Singing service at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Royce Jackson Jr.RevivalAntioch Missionary Baptist Church at Dermott will hold fall revival at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, Nov. 28-30. The guest evangelist will be the Rev. Glenn Barnes, pastor of Pine Hill Missionary Baptist Church at Pine Bluff.Special eventsHawley Memorial United Methodist Church, 1575 Ridgway Roa

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The Telly, 06.30.16 through 07.06.16 - Greeley Tribune

Monday, July 04, 2016

James Brolin also stars.8 p.m. on KWGN DC’s Legends of TomorrowStephen Amell turns up in his “Arrow” starring role as Oliver Queen, but in a considerably different variation, in “Star City 2046.” As the title suggests, the tale takes the Legends into the future, where some of what they discover about their present is quite dismaying — such as the fact that they evidently failed to defeat Savage (guest star Casper Crump). The “Arrow” aspect comes in as Sara (Caity Lotz) discovers what became of her loved ones.8 p.m. on ABC Greatest HitsYour favorite songs from the past several decades may be included — along with their original artists — in this new series hosted by Arsenio Hall and country music’s Kelsea Ballerini. Among those slated to appear during the show’s run: Backstreet Boys, Rick Springfield, Foreigner, Wilson Phillips, Chicago and Boyz II Men. For those who’ve never seen a jukebox, there’s also Meghan Trainor and Pitbull. This premiere focuses on tunes from 1980 through 1985.8 p.m. on KDVR Home Free“Pressure’s On” is a more-than-apt title for this new episode, as tension builds for the couples involved in the competition. Hosts Mike Holmes and Tim Tebow advise them to keep their cool, but that proves to be easier said than done as the challenges increase — a phenomenon not unknown to many other people who have tried to generate their “dream house.”8 p.m. on DSC Jungle SharkDr. Craig O’Connell and Andy Casagrande travel up the Serena River in Costa Rica to investigate why young bull sharks travel up the river and how they avoid being preyed upon by the 12- to 14-foot crocodiles inhabiting it in this new special. O’Connell has a theory that the sharks smell the crocodiles, and he creates a bull-shark repellent that mimics the crocodile scent. If it works, this discovery could lead to an important way to protect human lives.8:59 p.m. on CBS Code BlackThe aftermath of an accident involving multiple vehicles comes to encompass a budding romantic triangle among Mario, Angus and Heather (Benjamin Hollingsworth, Harry Ford, guest star Jillian Murray) in “The Fog of War.” While Christa’s (Bonnie Somerville) fate remains in question, Malaya (Melanie Chandra) stays with Carla (guest star Shiri Appleby) for the baby’s birth — which Carla doesn’t want. Marcia Gay Harden and Raza Jaffrey also star.9 p.m. on KWGN Beauty and the BeastSeries normally delve into the “It’s a Wonderful Life” theme toward the end of the calendar year, but given this show’s summer scheduling, the new episode “It’s a Wonderful Beast” turns up much earlier. On the run again with someone with lethal intentions searching for them, Vincent (Jay Ryan) ponders whether Cat (Kristin Kreuk) would have had a better life without him — and, of course, he (and we) get a look at what that might have been like. Austin Basis also stars.9 p.m. on NBC AquariusHodiak (David Duchovny) is under the microscope of Internal Affairs investigators in the new episode “Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me

Weekly calendar - Roanoke Times

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Anything for Love.”When: 7 p.m.Where: Hollins University Richard Wetherill Visual Arts Center, 7916 Williamson Road, RoanokeCost: FreeContact: 362-6451Friday-SaturdayStar City Motor Madness Car and Truck ShowA celebration of America’s passion for the automobile and the love of cruising. Friday night includes a cruise along Williamson Road. On Saturday, the car show will be held throughout downtown Roanoke. Proceeds from the event will go to the Virginia Museum of Transportation.When: 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SaturdayWhere: Williamson Road, Friday; downtown Roanoke, SaturdayCost: Free for spectatorsContact: starcitymotormadness.comSaturdaySecond Annual Wendy M. Bowling Memorial Pet Adoption and Golf TournamentThe Roanoke Valley SPCA and Angels of Assisi will have animals available for adoption. The golf tournament will give trophies for first, second and third place as well as for longest drive, closest to the pin and hole-in-one. The goal of this event is to help Wendy’s vision of helping pets through adoption and fundraising. Tee time is at 1 p.m.When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Where: Blue Hills Golf Club, 2002 Blue Hills Drive N.E., RoanokeCost: $65 per player, $260 per teamContact: 529-1328