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Thomas Smith at Commercial Bar

Pictured here is Mr Thomas (Cutty) Smith of Calder Street. He’s standing in front of the Commercial Bar on Stonefield Road, which was also known locally as Murdochs Pub. 53 more words

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Thomas Smith (1837-1902)

My great-great grandfather, Thomas Smith, was born on May 25 1837, almost certainly in the village of Milton in the County of Dumbarton in Scotland. (One source confuses things by indicating that he was born in Glasgow; this appears to be an error.) His father, John Smith, was a weaver. 340 more words

General Interest

Hillsboro's 3-pointers not enough against Memphis East

MURFREESBORO — Hillsboro finished just two 3-pointers shy of setting a single-game state tournament record Wednesday, but was unable to get past third-ranked Memphis East, falling 70-61 in the Class AAA quarterfinals. 637 more words


Thomas "Bear River" Smith: the two-fisted marshall

As a cop in New York on a tough Bowery beat

Thomas “Bear River” Smith learned to never retreat

He headed out West before

The tragic Civil War… 130 more words

Cane Ridge tops Hillsboro in 2OT

Hillsboro led for all but the last two minutes of regulation Friday at Cane Ridge, but it was the Ravens who made a late run and were able to escape with a 65-55 victory in double overtime. 836 more words


Official Poster for "Full Moon, Inc." Released

Upcoming genre film Full Moon, Inc. has received an official poster, which evokes vibes from Ghostbusters as well as any given Full Moon Features release from the late 1990s. 66 more words


Walmart's Big Bottle Blowup

Bright and early on Black Friday, I was outside the Walmart in East Greenbush soaking up sunshine, but I wasn’t there to shop. No, I was at a rally in support of Thomas Smith, who lost his job for turning in empty soda bottles for refunds. 634 more words

Julie Lomoe