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Two federal lawsuits filed by the incarcerated husband of former District Judge Elizabeth Halverson were dismissed last month. Edward Halverson, 51, is serving three to 10 years at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center in Carson City for beating
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With Grant High trailing West Linn 20-14 in the fourth quarter Thursday night at Lincoln, Generals quarterback Paris Penn limped on a rolled left ankle over to fullback Daniel Halverson. Halverson, one of the Generals' biggest playmakers, had been
Tuesday, August 31, 2010 Font Size: An Atlantic City man was arrested after he stole a bicycle police put out on the Boardwalk as bait in response to complaints of thefts, police said Tuesday...Richard Halverson put a bicycle out on the Boardwalk,
Deputy Attorney General LeeAnn Phouthavongsay in court papers asked U.S. District Judge Phillip Pro to toss the complaint, arguing Halverson made incorrect assumptions and "bald assertions" with no basis in fact. Pro canceled an emergency hearing
Sue Pischke Roger Halverson practices ahead of the 2010 U.S...Wis. -- When Roger Halverson, of Manitowoc, rolls strikes and spares in the 2010 U.S. Transplant Games in Madison, you can bet his heart will be in the game.
Friday, July 23, 2010 Convicted thief gets 1 last chance Judge warns Halverson the pen is next option A former Bellevue man convicted of stealing from his father will get a chance at rehabilitation, but Judge Robert Elgee warned the man that "one
Article Woodstock Mud performed music celebrating the legendary concert from 41-years-ago and hippie stilt walkers Morgan Halverson, 14, and her mom Joy, flashed peace signs to passersby eliciting smiles from both young and old on Sunday at the
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 Charlotte Halverson Mercy Medical Center-Dubuque, Clarke College and the Archdiocese of Dubuque will hold "The Joy of Caring: Fostering Resilience and Hope" conference on caregiving on Friday, Aug. 13, at Clarke College. Some
Local artist Randy Halverson said he likes to create art that provides a wow factor. When growing up, Halverson wished his art could be visible from billboards because he admired the size and prominence of the roadside advertisement venue. And he's