John D. Loudermilk, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member whose hits included “Abilene,” “Waterloo,” “Indian Reservation” and “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye,” died Wednesday (Sept. 21) at his home in Christiana, Tennessee. He was 82.
source : CMT
LITTLE CAESAR STOPPED BY AND LEFT US
SOME FALL FESTIVAL PARADE GOODIES..
BE SURE AND LOOK FOR US AND GET YOU SOME..
THIS SATURDAY ..PARADE STARTS AT 10A AND GOES
DOWN WMTN BLVD IN PINETOP FROM ROBERT PICOS STATE FARM
AND ENDS AT BLUE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL …
Sam Jim Fire Update
Black Mesa Ranger District
Approximately 4 miles South of Chevelon Lake
Discovery Date: September 5, 2016
Size: Approximately 1,191 acres in size in light to medium fuels Percent Contained: 40%
Location: T12N/R14E/Sec 15 (East side of Slim Jim Canyon)
Resources Assigned: one Type 6 Engine and Miscellaneous overhead
Summary: The Sam Jim Fire is burning in ponderosa pine with a grass understory and in mixed conifer. Resources were applied this past weekend to contain the fire on the east, west and south ends of the fire containing it within the boundary of FR 170. The north end of the fire is in steep canyon country with a high occurrence of snags. Fire fighter safety is our number one priority and placing them in steep unstable terrain could have adverse effects, so we will continue to monitor this area.
Smoke may be visible on Forest Roads 504 and 170 and also visible in the Forest Lakes and Heber-Overgaard areas. If you have any further questions please contact the Black Mesa Ranger District at (928) 535-7300.