Sitenotice: 11/29/2018: The wiki is back. It turns out, some anti-virus product on my web server had an issue with the latest version of PHP. My server techs have resolved this issue, and things should be working again. During the investigation, I did restore to a backup from September. There is a chance that any changes done since then were lost, but I do not recall any edits. --OS-9 Al
8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)
|Looking for CoCo help? If you are trying to do something with your old Color Computer, read this quick reference. Want to contribute to this wiki? Be sure to read this first. This CoCo wiki project was started on October 29, 2004. --OS-9 Al|
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LAWRENCE C. "LONNIE" Falk 63, of Prospect, died Friday, June 9, 2006. He was the Mayor of the City of Prospect, Kentucky for the last 13 years. He was (past) Council member, City of Prospect. For the Jefferson County League of Cities, he was Past President and is currently Vice President and President elect. He is a Director of Republic Bank. In addition, he had a long career in journalism and publishing. He had been editor of the Crimson White, The University of Alabama newspaper, a reporter for The Birmingham Post-Herald and a Bureau Manager in Birmingham, Raleigh and Chicago and Alabama state Editor for UPI (United Press International). During his years in journalism, he covered the following historical events: He was one of the first reporters to cover devastating Hurricane Camilla on-location in New Orleans; He reported on Neil Armstrong's landing on the moon; He covered a breadth of civil rights developments, including Martin Luther King Jr., the Alabama civil rights movement, the state's race riots and Governor George Wallace's "The Stand at the Schoolhouse Door" at the onset of the University of Alabama's historic integration. Also, he was Director of Information Services, University of Alabama and Vice President of PR , for The University of Louisville. He also ran public relations for The American Medical Association. He was the founder of Falsoft, the first computer magazine publishing firm in the world, which included titles Rainbow, PCM and Scorecard, the University of Louisville sports publication. Survived by his wife Willo: two daughters Wendy MacGregor (P.J.) of Chicago, IL, and Laurie Fields (Jason) of Atlanta, GA; and five grandchildren, Benjamin, Connor and Jeremiah Fields, and Madison Barsky and Sophia MacGregor.