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September 28, 2004
On September 25 2004, JESSICA KELLOGG, beloved daughter of Paul and Martha Kellogg, dear sister of Jared Kellogg, loving granddaughter of Mary Jane Walter; also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. The family will receive friends at the family-owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway Exit 26-A), on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 7:30 P.M., at which time a Funeral Service will be held. Memorial contributions to Sarah's House, 2015 20th St., Fort Meade, MD 20755 will be appreciated.
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March 8, 2012
Students and staff at Prince George's County Public Schools are celebrating National School Breakfast Week March 5 to 9 in partnership with Kellogg's cereal company, to increase nutrition awareness and help a local Feeding America food bank. For each school breakfast purchased by students during the week, Kellogg's will donate a bowl of cereal to a local food bank through its "Eat, Share, Prosper" program. According to school officials, Prince George's County public school serve an average of 170,000 breakfasts each week.
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November 12, 2005
On November 9, 2005, RUTH F. KELLOGG, 87, died at Kosciusko Community Hospital, Warsaw, IN. Ruth lived in Baltimore most of her life. She retired as a lab technician from Bon Secours Hospital and was member of St. Michael's Episcopal Church and the United Seniors Association in Baltimore. She did volunteer work for North Charles Hospital. Preceded in death by her parents, Alfred Ostrom and Julia (Herrick) Kellogg, and a brother David Kellogg, she is survived by brother Richard Kellogg; six nephews: Richard Kellogg, Jr., Montgomery Kellogg, Donald Kellogg, Michael Kellogg, Stephen Kellogg, and Alan Kellogg; a niece Rebecca Muncy; cousin Louise Donhouser; great-niece Samantha Muncy; and great-nephew David Kellogg.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly | June 17, 2009
Rough night for B-Rob Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts, who was 11-for-22 with four walks in the homestand, went hitless in five at-bats, ending his six-game hitting streak. The key at-bat came in the fifth, when he struck out with the bases loaded and two out. He did pick up an RBI with a bases-loaded groundout in the ninth. In the field, he botched a potential double-play ball that ignited the Mets' four-run rally in the fourth. punchout with a fist In the second inning, Melvin Mora attempted to swing at a pitch from Mike Pelfrey, but the ball hit him in the right hand.
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March 8, 2012
Students and staff at Prince George's County Public Schools are celebrating National School Breakfast Week March 5 to 9 in partnership with Kellogg's cereal company, to increase nutrition awareness and help a local Feeding America food bank. For each school breakfast purchased by students during the week, Kellogg's will donate a bowl of cereal to a local food bank through its "Eat, Share, Prosper" program. According to school officials, Prince George's County public school serve an average of 170,000 breakfasts each week.
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By Milton Kent | March 31, 2000
It's already been a long season for CBS basketball analyst Clark Kellogg, and the end isn't necessarily in sight. Kellogg, who rides shotgun in the studio with Greg Gumbel, has seen bits and pieces of all 60 NCAA men's tournament games from the network's New York studio, and is taking his act to Indianapolis, the site of this weekend's Final Four. Add the basketball that Kellogg has seen this month to what he sees throughout the year as analyst on Indiana Pacers games, and it's easy to understand why Kellogg won't be getting anywhere near a basketball for a while.
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By Andrew Leckey and Andrew Leckey,Tribune Media Services | August 5, 2007
What are your expectations for my shares of Kellogg Co.? It is a longtime holding. - C.M., via the Internet The world's largest cereal-maker has powerful brands and a knack for introducing successful products. Special K, Pop Tarts, Eggo, Keebler cookies and crackers, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes and Fruit Loops are among its famous products. It also regularly serves up new items, such as Special K with Red Berries. Second-quarter profits increased 13 percent on North American and European gains, with sales rising 9 percent.
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By MILTON KENT | January 17, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- You apparently don't have to spend much time around this year's Maryland men's basketball team before you start speaking the "L" word.Not that "L" word, but "like." ESPN analyst Clark Kellogg worked Wednesday's Maryland-Clemson game here, and even though the 11th-ranked Terps dropped a 67-63 decision to the Tigers, Kellogg still, well, likes them and their chances."This team likes each other, and you can very easily see that. That makes them a better team than they otherwise might be. I like [Keith]
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By Andrew Leckey and Andrew Leckey,Tribune Media Services, Inc | May 29, 1991
Q. My broker has been raving about Kellogg Co. stock and what a bargain it is.I don't think a stock selling at what seems such a high price can be a bargain. What do you thinkA. There's still plenty of snap, crackle and pop in this stock's prospects.You can't evaluate a top-quality stock like Kellogg Co. (around $94 a share, New York Stock Exchange) strictly on a dollar basis, but must consider how much of a premium it's selling at vs. the overall stock market, advised Roger Spencer, analyst with PaineWebber Inc."
BUSINESS
By Andrew Leckey | November 6, 1991
Q. I bought Kellogg Co. about two years ago when the price was dipping and I've been very happy with it. Is it time to buy more shares?A. You may be making the right move once again. It was smart to buy shares of cereal giant Kellogg Co. (around $103 a share, New York Stock Exchange) when it had a down year in 1989, for it's a premier company which has since roared back with solid earnings, said Roger Spencer, analyst with PaineWebber Inc."Since 1989, Kellogg has been building momentum and is a highly attractive investment to be buying," said Spencer.
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By Tim Holt | May 13, 2009
Dunsmuir, Calif. - One of the more intriguing chapters in labor history involves a decision by the Kellogg Company in 1930 to cut workers' hours from a 40- to a 30-hour week. We could learn a thing or two from this example. At the outset of the Depression, the company figured this would create 300 more jobs. Company President Lewis Brown also hoped it would give workers more time to spend with their families and to participate in their communities, and that it would lead to "higher standards" in school and civic life.
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By Matt Bracken and Matt Bracken,mbracken@baltimoresun.com | April 22, 2009
Terrell Vinson heard lots of opinions during the recruiting process but kept his own counsel. "With recruiting, everybody's got something to say," the St. Frances senior said. "You just try to keep a low profile and think about what's the best thing for yourself." Vinson decided Monday night the best thing for him would be continuing his basketball career at Massachusetts. The 6-foot-7, 205-pound forward committed to UMass coach Derek Kellogg during an in-home visit. Vinson, a Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection who averaged 23 points and eight rebounds as a senior, had committed to Loyola Marymount in the fall before reopening his recruitment after coach Bill Bayno left the school.
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By RAY FRAGER and RAY FRAGER,ray.frager@baltsun.com | March 13, 2009
Serving up another week of sports media notes while trying to recover from being an hour late for everything for several days before realizing daylight saving time had kicked in: * Are you sort of the college basketball version of Punxsutawney Phil, just popping up each March for the NCAA tournament? If so, here's a heads-up about Sunday's tournament selection show on CBS (6 p.m., chs. 13, 9): Billy Packer is gone. Clark Kellogg replaced him as the network's No. 1 game analyst. That guy sitting in Kellogg's old studio seat?
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | February 10, 2009
Michael Phelps' life has calmed down somewhat in the past few days. He isn't waking up to people shouting outside his apartment, and the paparazzi, for the most part, have stopped tailing him. But Phelps still isn't ready to commit to swimming in the 2012 Olympics. The Rodgers Forge native, 23, says it's something he continues to mull. "It will take a few months," Phelps said. "I'll give it 30 or 60 days. I think it will be better. I'm already happier now than I was, just having some part of my life back to normal, being able to swim again, having fun, joking around."
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | February 6, 2009
USA Swimming said late last night that it has decided to suspend Michael Phelps from competition for the next three months as punishment for a photo that was published in a British tabloid over the weekend that appeared to show him smoking marijuana. The organization's board of directors voted on the decision, saying the intent was to send Phelps a "strong message" that it did not approve of his behavior. USA Swimming also said it is withdrawing financial support from Phelps during the suspension, a mostly symbolic punishment.
BUSINESS
By Andrew Leckey | December 21, 2008
What is your opinion of Kellogg Co.? - D.R., via the Internet The largest producer of breakfast cereals and leading producer of other convenience foods recorded a 12 percent increase in net income in its third quarter. Its positives include a strategy of launching new products that are often variations of successful existing products, innovative marketing campaigns and logical cost-cutting initiatives. There is currency risk from the strengthening U.S. dollar because foreign sales represent nearly one-third of its business.
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By Andrew Leckey and Andrew Leckey,1992 Tribune Media Services | May 20, 1992
Question: My wife and I are retired and own shares of Kellogg Co. We have liked its dependability. Can the company continue to have good growth? We really can't afford to hold a stock that might be weak.Answer: This premier company should continue to serve up a bowlful of dependability.Hold and buy more shares of Kellogg Co. (around $57 a share, New York Stock Exchange), the cereal and convenience food giant, advises Roger Spencer, analyst with PaineWebber Inc. Earnings are expected to increase more than 13 percent both this year and next.
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By Andrew Kipkemboi and Andrew Kipkemboi,Sun Reporter | June 29, 2008
A one-of-a-kind California Gold Rush coin, preserved for years by one of Baltimore's most prominent families, will return here next month for the first time in nearly 30 years. The 154-year-old $20 gold piece known as the Kellogg Twenty - now worth $3 million - will be displayed during the American Numismatic Association World's Fair of Money in the Baltimore Convention Center from July 30 to Aug. 2. Once owned by Baltimore resident and diplomat John Work Garrett, the coin is considered by collectors to be one of the finest American coins from the mid-19th century.
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By Andrew Leckey and Andrew Leckey,Tribune Media Services | August 5, 2007
What are your expectations for my shares of Kellogg Co.? It is a longtime holding. - C.M., via the Internet The world's largest cereal-maker has powerful brands and a knack for introducing successful products. Special K, Pop Tarts, Eggo, Keebler cookies and crackers, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes and Fruit Loops are among its famous products. It also regularly serves up new items, such as Special K with Red Berries. Second-quarter profits increased 13 percent on North American and European gains, with sales rising 9 percent.
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