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Dog Gone' program moves forward Animal control adds three part-time employees March 20, 2013 08:54 AM Harrison County Animal Control's Operation "Dog Gone" has moved into the "execute" phase after Bruce LaHue, animal control officer, relayed to the
As drum major with the Grizzlies, there were hours of practice, discipline, training and summer camps where she could refine her technique with other musicians. Melissa was the first drum major in the high school's history to win a drum major award.
Alaska (AP) Juneau Veterans for Peace is appealing a recent Planning Commission decision granting a conditional use permit for an indoor shooting range at a proposed gun shop near the airport. Phil Smith is president of the local Veterans for Peace
Reporting by the Charleston Gazette this week suggests that the Obama administration's efforts to impose tough new limits on miners' exposure to coal dust have stalled. The United Mine Workers Union suggests election year politics may be the reason.
Operation Dog Gone' Pay increase for sheriff's office workers denied October 10, 2012 08:15 AM The Harrison County Council completed the 2013 budget process last week with its final meeting Tuesday evening, Oct. 2, and moved on to public readings of
The parking lot additional, which was turned down for the second time by the council, would be built to the south of the Justice Center and would add about 45 parking spaces. The commissioners said the parking lot is needed when there's a jury trial,
A crew from Alpha Oil & Gas Services Inc. constructs a 10 inch gas pipeline outside of Watford City, North Dakota in 2011. Text Size The Washington Post Alpha Natural Resources will cut its coal production by 15 percent and immediately lay off about
I've seen Armando Iannucci scissor-kick some poor guy in the spuds for the simple addition of the word 'in'...So we've just finished working on Series Four of In The Thick of It...We all started talking about Series Four not soon after Series Three.
Ohio will have to wait to experience the discussion-changing, energy-infusing addition of Paul Ryan to the Republican presidential ticket. Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney's four-day bus tour through some key swing states ends Tuesday in Ohio, his
UCF junior Justin McCray and senior Phil Smith, a transfer from Georgia Tech , are going toe-to-toe for the Knights' starting right tackle spot. The competition is turning out to be one of the more intriguing position battles during preseason camp,