While David and Donna were on and off during the 10-season run of Beverly Hills, 90210, the onscreen couple exchanged vows during the 2000 series finale — and Spelling thinks they are still going strong.“I’m gonna go with yes. And they have a gaggle of kids. Oh, that’s my real life,” she told Us. “I mean between the two of us, Brian and I have a lot of kids so yeah, I think Donna and David would have a lot of kids and be happily married.”- Advertisement – Garth, for her part, thinks Kelly Taylor, whose main love interests were Jason Priestley’s Brandon Walsh and Luke Perry’s Dylan McKay, is flying solo in 2020.“I think maybe she would be on our own by now,” she told Us. “She would definitely choose herself again.”During the trivia game, the What I Like About You actress, who said she remembers less than “90 percent” of the series, was surprised to learn Brandon was unfaithful to Kelly on the show.“He wouldn’t do that!” Garth said.Spelling added, “I just got super protective and now I got furious for you that he did that.”Tori Spelling as Donna and Brian Austin Green as David on ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ YouTubeAll jokes aside, Garth and Spelling want to have all of their onscreen boyfriends on their rewatch podcast.“Jen and I had so many boyfriends on that show over the years. We want to have all our boyfriends on!” Spelling said.Garth quipped, “It will be a parade of boyfriends in the studio.”To see Garth and Spelling’s complete trivia game, watch the video above!Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! Donna Martin and David Silver’s love story wasn’t perfect — and Tori Spelling doesn’t like to think about Brian Austin Green’s character’s missteps. During a game of Beverly Hills, 90210 trivia with Us Weekly, the actress got visibly upset while answering questions about David cheating on Donna.“Ugh, in a limo with Ariel,” Spelling, 47, replied when asked who David cheated on Donna with during season 4. “Oh, my God. I just got upset about it, like, it really happened to me, like, I just got all the feels back.”Kari Wuhrer as Ariel and Brian Austin Green as David on ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ YouTube- Advertisement – When asked who Noah Hunter (Vincent Young) cheated on Donna with during season 8, Spelling and costar Jennie Garth answered Valerie (Tiffani Thiessen) in unison.“Sorry, I got mad again, personally, sorry,” Spelling quipped. She subsequently concluded that revisiting the show for their “9021OMG” podcast, which debuts on Monday, November 9, is going to be “therapeutic.”Garth, 48, replied, “You’re gonna have to, like, let some of that stuff go.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
German oil company DEA Deutsche Erdoel has completed the previously announced purchase of Sierra Oil & Gas, an independent Mexican oil and gas company.Maria Moraeus Hanssen, DEA’s CEOSierra holds interests in a portfolio of six exploration and appraisal blocks in Mexico, including the world-class Zama discovery made by Talos in July 2017.Zama has been described as one of the largest shallow water discoveries in the past 20 years globally.Maria Moraeus Hanssen, DEA’s CEO said the German oil company saw Mexico as a growth market for its oil and gas business.She said: “Following the combination of the new Sierra portfolio and the existing DEA assets, we will have a very active year ahead in terms of operations. The acquisition of Sierra is a fantastic opportunity for us to become a very serious player with a significant portfolio in the country. We are building a leading private upstream company in Mexico.”With the closing of the acquisition, Sierra Oil & Gas has become a subsidiary of DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG. DEA will now start to consolidate its two companies in Mexico, Deutsche Erdoel México and Sierra Oil & Gas, to create a new business unit.Juan Manuel Delgado, Managing Director Deutsche Erdoel México, said: ”We are looking forward to joining forces and growing DEA’s business in Mexico. Together we will develop a business unit, that is very well equipped to deliver results in all parts of our enlarged operations, and that will serve as the foundation for further growth.”Via Sierra, DEA holds now a 40% non-operated working interest in Block 7, containing a significant part of Zama.As a whole, Zama is estimated to hold 400 million to 800 million barrels of recoverable oil equivalent and expected to start production by 2022/23.DEA has also added non-operated interests in five exploration blocks covering around 9,400 square kilometers in the core part of Mexico’s Sureste basin.In addition, DEA currently operates the onshore Ogarrio oil field, in partnership with Pemex, and holds interests in four exploration blocks in the Tampico Misantla and Sureste Basins, three of which as the operator.
Ida B. Nobbe, age 100 of Batesville, died Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at St. Andrew’s Health Campus. Born April 7, 1919 in Hamburg, Indiana, she was six days short of her 101st birthday and is the daughter of Anna (Nee: Schulte) and Peter Lecher. She married Anthony Nobbe September 25, 1948 at St. Anne’s Church in Hamburg and he preceded her in death December 2, 2006. Ida was devout, praying the rosary at least once a day. Her family also indicated she was an exceptional cook and they will miss her homemade noodles, bread, cherry pies and jellies. She proudly raised a large garden each year, canning the excess to be used over the winter. Ida did quite a bit of sewing, embroidering and quilting over the years and dearly loved visits from her grandchildren and great grandchildren.She is survived by her daughters Anita (Steve) Schoettmer of Greensburg, Rita (Tim) Brebberman of Batesville; son Norbert (Mary Jo) Nobbe of Batesville; brothers Edward Lecher of Greensburg, James Lecher of Batesville; eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her daughter Dorothy Jean (Jeannie) Nobbe; sister Frieda Nobbe and brothers Leo, George, Norbert, William, Joseph, Harry, Herman and Paul Lecher. Due to the Governor’s mandate of gatherings being limited to 10 people, a private visitation and funeral service will be held Saturday. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Louis School or the Margaret Mary Health Foundation Cancer Center and sent to Weigel Funeral Home, P.O. Box 36, Batesville, Indiana, 47006 and they will be forwarded to the family. You are encouraged to go to www.weigelfh.com and on Ida’s obituary page leave a message for the family or use the link on our home page to send a “Hugs from Home.”
CHARLES CITY — The final two K-Mart stores in Iowa, located here in north-central Iowa are closing. Sears Holdings, the parent company of K-Mart, confirms that their stores in Charles City and Algona will be closing in February. Employees of both stores were informed earlier this week of the decision, with liquidation sales at those locations expected to start in a couple of weeks. A number of K-Mart stores have closed across Iowa in the last year, including those in Webster City and Cherokee. Sears Holdings last month had announced another round closings would take place, but most of the locations impacted were not revealed at the time.