Obituary: Barbara Jean Hiebert March 11, 1927 – Jan. 10, 2020

first_imgBARBARA JEAN HIEBERT March 11, 1927 – Jan. 10, 2020.Barbara Jean Hiebert left us from Broomfield, Colorado, passing in her 93rd year on January 10, 2020.She loved her family, friends, life, travel, dogs, cooking, sunshine, sewing, and Christmas. She was wary of the internet and politicians.Over her life she always loved the companionship of a dog, they brought her joy, and daily walks kept them both fit.She was born March 11, 1927 to Leroy and Maude Loudenback in Cashmere, Washington.She worked at the family fruit business and at 18 went to college in Seattle. Barbara married Richard Hiebert in Cashmere in 1950. Barbara and Richard raised their two children: Steve and Nancy in Los Alamos, New Mexico where they lived until 1985. After that, they retired to the land of the sun – Mesa, Arizona.Barbara (Nano) loved her 5 grandchildren, Benjamin, Jacob, Laura, Alisha, and Cameron. And of course loved her 4 great grandchildren, Kaylee, Iona, Tess and Bodhi!She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard, and sisters, Truth Nock, Myrtle Allasina, Bernice Dwinell, and her brother Don Loudenback.In lieu of flowers, donations could be made toward Dementia and  Alzheimer’s Research.A Celebration of Life service is be planned for April 24, 2020 at the Red Mountain Methodist Church Columbarium in Mesa, Arizona, where she will be interred alongside Richard. Reception to follow.last_img read more

Nationwide: Paul Mitchell

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British Land reveals Meadowhall mammoth

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Trevian divests €34m retail property portfolio

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Springs Artists Invitational

first_img Share On Friday, August 2, at Ashawagh Hall in Springs, the Springs Improvement Society held the opening reception for its 52nd Annual Springs Artists Invitational Exhibition. The show is curated by local artist Peter Spacek, and runs through Sunday, August 11.last_img

EnBW Buys Albatros Offshore Wind Farm

first_imgEnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG has acquired the Albatros offshore wind farm project from the consortium partners STRABAG and the Norderland/ETANAX Group. This offshore wind project, which has approval for 79 wind turbines of the 5-7 megawatt rating class, is located 105 kilometres from the coast in the German sector of the North Sea. The wind farm covers an area of 39 square kilometres at a water depth of 39-40 metres.The contractual partners have agreed not to disclose any information about the purchase price.As a result of the acquisition of the Albatros project, EnBW has expanded its existing offshore portfolio by almost 400 megawatts and is continuing to expand this business segment as an important pillar of its generation activities. The project – which is located in the immediate vicinity of the EnBW offshore wind farm “Hohe See” – also provides the opportunity for exploiting other synergies during the construction and operational phases.EnBW now controls a total of more than 1,570 MW of approved offshore capacity in the German sector of the North Sea through the Albatros (around 400 MW), Hohe See (around 500 MW) and He Dreiht (around 670 MW) wind farms.“We are expanding our offshore wind portfolio with the acquisition of the Albatros project and thus continuing to push forward our EnBW 2020 strategy. The offshore wind sector will play a significant role in achieving our goal of more than tripling the area of renewable energies by 2020,” emphasised Dr. Frank Mastiaux, Chief Executive Office of EnBW AG.“Of our total of 13 offshore wind farm project developments, we have since the start of the year been in talks to sell two approved projects and one project that is ready for approval. Now we are pleased to have completed the sale of Albatros to our experienced partner company EnBW,” Felix Koselleck and Günter Eisenhauer said on behalf of the seller.With their portfolio of 12 project developments, the STRABAG Group and the Norderland/ETANAX Group continue to be very active in the offshore wind farm business. The projects will be developed until they are ready for approval or investment, and will subsequently be sold off or constructed in tandem with investment partners.[mappress mapid=”14988″]Press release; Image: STRABAG OW EVSlast_img read more

Hush money

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The government’s greenprint

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Teen says father watched over her during, after Vegas shooting

first_img ORLANDO (WKMG) A survivor of the Las Vegas shooting has returned home after spending the last few days in the hospital.Addison Short, 18, was rushed to Sunrise Hospital after Sunday night’s shooting. She was desperately trying to escape the gunfire at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when a bullet hit her in the leg.When she got home, she tried out her crutches. Emotions flowed as she spoke about living through the worst mass shooting in modern American history.She said she felt her dad, who died when she was a little girl, was watching over her. Addison has a tattoo on her arm to remember him.“He said I was his angel and now he is mine,” she said.Her mom, Stacy, says the tragedy has brought the family closer than ever.“I think I’m happier today than even the day I brought her home from the hospital,” her mother said.MORE: Las Vegas shooting survivor says she was saved by Marine she met hours earlier Published: October 8, 2017 3:44 PM EDT Updated: October 9, 2017 9:38 AM EDT Teen says father watched over her during, after Vegas shooting Author: WKMG center_img Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. SHARElast_img read more

G&W to buy Arkansas lines

first_imgUSA: An agreement for Genesee & Wyoming Inc to acquire Pinsly Railroad Co’s Arkansas Division was announced on November 19. Subject to regulatory approval the transaction is expected to close in early January, with G&W paying $40m in cash adjusted for final working capital. G&W estimates that Pinsly Arkansas will contribute $5·4m of EBITDA in 2015.Pinsly Arkansas has 220 km of owned and leased track, including the Arkansas Midland Railroad’s seven non-contiguous branch lines, the Prescott & Northwestern Railroad, Warren & Saline River Railroad and two Railroad Distribution Services yard operations. There are 70 employees and 16 locomotives, and traffic totals 35 000 carloads/year with customers including the aluminium, forest products, aggregates, energy and carton board industries.Pinsly Arkansas will be managed as part of G&W’s Central Region, which includes six existing short lines in Arkansas.last_img read more