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Sorry to hear this Michael. If you would like to buy us out, you have until 8:00 a.m., Monday morning, August 5, to do so at the figure I stated verbally. Otherwise, we are going ahead without bios. From: Michael Jensen Date: Fri,
Tribune file photo) by Al Hartmann Salt Lake County Assessor Lee Gardner, seen here in 2011 taking the oath of office for a fifth time, is leaving the county Aug. 31 with one year left in his term to go on an LDS Church mission...Gardner formally
The military says Tamer Abdel-Raouf sped through a military checkpoint, ignoring soldiers' warning shots. A colleague who was with him in the car says he obeyed the soldiers' orders to turn back, but they opened fire anyway as he was making a U-turn.
Operation Genoa Just Got Real Before we even get to The Newsroom recap, I think it's important to restate the facts of Operation Tailwind, the real-life mission that Operation Genoa is based upon. Tell me if this sounds familiar: Operation Tailwind
August 17, 2013 My uncle (who has a very official position in Broward) just called me right now about this case. He said it happened in the Palm Springs apartments in Margate. He said the police had been to the said apartment over 10 times in the
Scott White said the 46-year-old woman was making a right turn onto 2100 South from 800 East Saturday at about noon, but she turned the wheel too sharply. As the car was headed toward the curb, the woman panicked and accidently slammed her foot on
There are memoirs that barrel along happily, due to the swift clip of a life well lived, and there are those lifted by the vivacity of the voice. Emma Smith's As Green as Grass exhibits a rare marriage of both virtues, detailing as it does a
District Court that his civil rights were violated when he was fired because he gave jail inmates ibuprofen. "Several other employees of the Sheriff's Office had given out medications to inmates like Gale did, but were not investigated or terminated,"
Too many worry that allowing more immigrants "would just displace American workers, but that's just a doggone joke," Hatch told a forum sponsored by FWD.us, a political advocacy group formed by such high-tech leaders as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
The locations of these town hall meetings are Spanish Fork on Aug. 21, Plain City on Aug. 22, Tooele on Aug. 27, Farmington on Aug. 28 and Kanab on Sept. 5...How about the county where half the state's population resides? Oh, but that county isn't as