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Jepsen, responding to a whistleblower report, have identified personnel, budget and communication problems with the ongoing implementation of a $24 million system that will allow state and local agencies involved in law enforcement, to share
Clark County commissioners have a slate of nine candidates recommended to serve on the new board of University Medical Center. Commissioners received the recommendation from consultant Larry Gage on Monday...The commission is expected to vote on the
Air Force master sergeant who earned a master's degree in business administration. "I've work with contracts that have a short deadline and high dollar amounts...He is one of three candidates in the district's Trustee Area No...The other two are
This is unfair," said Nancy Fullerton, a founder of the south Lake-based Alliance to Protect Water Resources. She pointed out that residents are limited in the amount that they can water their lawns while a for-profit company from out of the state
Superintendent Ken Jacopetti on Monday announced the resignation of longtime board member Theresa Nutt, effective Oct. 1. A second-grade teacher in Vallejo City Unified, she is moving out of the area to care for her mother and is expected to move in
That's when they will be asked, at a 6 p.m. special meeting in district offices, to make three-minute statements to trustees, who will then rank their top three candidates. From those numbers, the candidates will be winnowed to the top three overall.
API scores, a numeric index that ranges from a low of 200 to a high of 1,000, weigh heavily in high-stakes state and federal school accountability results. In the Vacaville area, only Travis Unified exceeded the coveted 800-point overall goal, though
The Pakistan Cricket Board has failed to realise earnings of approximately Rs 700 million (USD 6.7 million) which it expected to collect from its short limited over series in India last December and the proposed Super League T20 tournament.
The governing board is expected to approved a one-year contract for Michelle Richardson, the new assistant superintendent for business services and operations...Richardson will receive $118,000 in annual salary, 22 paid vacation days, 12 days of paid
The University of California's governing board confirmed the board's first practicing Muslim student member Wednesday, despite opposition from some Jewish groups that had raised concerns about her political activity, including a proposal calling for