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Tribute concert Sunday for legendary Sumner music teacher Dr. Kenneth Brown ...

Sep 10, 2014 • St. Louis American
His work in music included his service as Minister of Music and director of the Chancel Choir at Antioch Baptist Church and as choral director and music teacher at Sumner High School, 1949 – 1976, before becoming Superintendent of Music for St. Louis ... More

Fife mourns school superintendent John McCrossin, perhaps best known as a ...

Aug 28, 2014 • TheNewsTribune.com
He was formerly head coach at Fife High School, at Sumner High School and at Lincoln High School in Tacoma. For the past three ... He joined the U.S. Navy, then attended Tacoma Community College and Western Washington University. He began his ... More

Sumner opens for Seahawks | Sumner

Sep 3, 2014 • Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald
Soundgarden, Pharrell Williams…the Sumner High School Marching Band? Sumner's own ... great band. If not, we get to hear them Friday night at Sunset Stadium for the Spartans game or earlier on Friday through Puyallup to open the Washington State Fair. More

Local jazz legend, BAG founding member Floyd LeFlore, Jr. passes at 74

Sep 9, 2014 • St. Louis American
He was the son of Minnie Jarmon LeFlore and Floyd LeFlore, Sr. LeFlore, a confirmed Catholic, attended Catholic and public schools in St. Louis, and was a graduate of Sumner High School, and attended St. Louis School of Music. ... LeFlore was also ... More

For African-Americans in St. Louis, a long march for justice

Aug 30, 2014 • STLtoday.com
“We have been through disturbing times,” said John A. Wright, an author of several books on black history in St. Louis and a 1957 graduate of Sumner High School. .... Managers of the bank, at 2600 Washington Avenue, said they wouldn't be threatened. More

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