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Saturday 09/20/2014

Sept. 20-- Can the proposed General Mills closure in Lodi be staved off? He was surprised by the proposed closure and move to possibly consolidate Lodi's production with General Mills' other manufacturing facilities. If General Mills was moving overseas or because of mandated regulations, he said, he could do more.

 

A background check indicated nothing that would stop her from renting the little house in northwest Oklahoma City to a young, pregnant mother. The soft-spoken landlord was shocked in late August to learn Oklahoma City police raided the home and arrested the tenant and two others on gun and drug possession complaints. Martinez, 61, an innocent third party to the...

 

Sept. 20-- Habitat for Humanity is building a new home in Huntsville at 507 7th St. Over the years, this organization has been devoted to the building of the community through the privilege of affordable housing. "Since 1979, the Habitat for Humanity of Huntsville has built 13 homes and rehabilitated one," says Tom Wood, Habitat for Humanity of Huntsville president.

 

Jeremy Magri, assistant to the Picayune police chief, said Picayune residents Joel C. Bennett, 78, and Judy Savarese, 68, were pinned in between the vehicle and the shop's front counter. Pearl River County Coroner Derek Turnage said Bennett was taken to Highland Community Hospital, where he died. Savarese was taken to Highland Community Hospital, then airlifted...

 

Sept. 20-- ANSONIA-- Aldermanic President Phillip Tripp aims to unseat longtime state Sen. Joe Crisco, D- Woodbridge, in a race for the 17th District. Tripp announced his intentions earlier this year to run in the district, which covers Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Derby, Hamden, Naugatuck and Woodbridge.

 

Not only was Winchester native and former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty hung out to dry by his own government in Benghazi, his family is now being deprived of the benefits from a life insurance policy he was forced to take out as a CIA contractor. As part of Doherty's security contract with the CIA-- which took him to hot spots around the globe-- he was required to buy a life...

 
Friday 09/19/2014