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When Lentz bought a new Dodge car in , he had a chance to trade in the In July, a team of Goddard High School students won the international NASA .. demolition work began on the old Clearwater Municipal Swimming Pool, and The Year In Review It was announced in July that Goddard is now the. The Pennsylvania man was pictured in Clearwater, Florida, on Wednesday showing off his bikini-top-shaped chest hair. It caught the attention. NASA is delaying the launch of its next-generation space telescope -- its highest man's constitutional rights weren't violated by an April arrest stemming . Willis Pickett reported a theft of a white Dodge Ram at Albert Pike Road. . "The Dixie Swim Club" will be performed at The Pocket Community Theatre the.
This is a very brazen, theft that took place during the day with a number of people in the library. Can you identify this suspect and preventing him from stealing again?
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If you know this suspect, please contact Crime Stoppers, you will remain anonymous and only your information will be used never your name. The temperature under the collars of many taxpayers after learning they will be paying much more to have their recyclables collected from their homes.
The contract agreed to means the city will pay 84 per cent more per year than it is now paying — and it means homeowners will be covering the hike. Ken Christian noted, local taxpayers are at the maximum they can absorb as taxes and fees have risen consistently.
It is time to talk about reining in spending at city hall. It is not a lot of money, but the principle is the same whether the PM is a Liberal, a Conservative or a New Democrat.
Trudeau campaigned on having the wealthy absorb more of the financial blow to give the middle class more breathing room. Surely our prime minister — a self-described wealthy man — can and should pay child-care expenses out of how own pocket.
If nothing else, the optics would be improved. Christopher Foulds Robert W. Doull President Aberdeen Publishing Inc. Reproduction is expressly prohibited by the rightsholder. Inconvenient truths T his week, Premier Christy Clark and Environment Minister Mary Polak joined the thousands of jet-setters in Paris to once again stage negotiations for a global climate treaty. The embarrassing failures of these United Nations events, such as the one in Lima, Peru, last year, have been forgotten.
Other countries have put new emission-reduction proposals on the table for COP Danish environmental economist Bjorn Lomborg did the math and concluded that, if every major emitting country keeps its word this time, the total of all their efforts would reduce global warming by about 0.
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A statistically meaningless decrease after 85 years of energy austerity? This is much more likely to slow sea level rise than an Obama or Trudeau speech. Arctic ice, meanwhile, is rebounding rapidly after receding in recent years.
Northern and Interior B. Since hearing about Mayor Peter Milobar and Coun. Tina Lange going to Ottawa to voice concerns about the proposed Ajax mine, could they not also line up time to speak to the powersthat-be about our doctor shortage?
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Having family doctors who can follow and know their patient is a must. I am 70 years old and have paid income tax all my life. It seems all us senior citizens are getting our annual Christmas present from the Canada Revenue Agency CRA and it comes with a red ribbon on it. It turns out it is not a Christmas present, but actually a reassessment of my income taxes that are dealt with by April 30 of the calender year.
At my age, it turns out, I miss things once in a while. They penalize me for getting into my senior years and I need a lesson. Upon phoning the CRA, they say they have legislation in place to back up the penalty payment on overdue income tax. I am neither wealthy nor poor, but unhappy at the moment because of the power the CRA has to penalize me unfairly, without my knowledge, while interest accrues from April 30 through to November. This is discrimination or a penalty for growing old.
At my age, it is easy to miss things. They want their money. His latest directorial turn on the "Batman" prequel aired Thursday on Fox. Sculptor of Korean War memorial soldiers dies at 93 posted: Fatal apartment fire ruled arson posted: Patrons can discover the fun of science, engineering, technology and math through hands-on activities for the whole family at the Garland County Library Family STEM Night, set for 6: Pentagon silent on transgender troop policy released last week posted: Ouachita Baptist University Percussion Ensemble to perform posted: March tourism up after slow start in February posted: March proved successful for tourism after a cold, wet February made for less-than-stellar visitation in Hot Springs, according to Visit Hot Springs.
Anxiety lingers in West Wing after latest departures posted: Right on cue posted: It takes hundreds of workers each live race meet to ensure race days run smoothly.
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This is the next in a series of articles highlighting occupations surrounding the sport of thoroughbred racing, and how they work together to make each meet a success.
Bugler Chris Holt is wrapping up his third live meet at Oaklawn Park, a role he takes great pride in. Bids for the project were scheduled to be opened in February. The water tower was built on schedule, and is a focal point of the community near new housing developments on the east side of the community. Forget the starched white shirt. In their decades as owners and operators of Citizens State Bank, members of the Roembach family have used consistency as a benchmark against which you can measure service and success.
When a young Ed Roembach finished his stint in the service during the Korean War, he settled on a plan to go back to college to train for a career that would pay better than the teaching profession he had started out in. His wife Mary had a teaching job in Kingman, and the couple took up residency in an apartment above a garage there as Roembach started his training at Citizens State Bank in downtown Cheney. What Roembach had going for him was all the best a new career could offer: Those were tragic losses for the family, and Leon Roembach quickly found himself leaning on the best pillar of support he had left; his son Ed.
Leon had started his banking career with First National Bank in Wichita, and served stints running small banks for the company in Gray, Okla. Thirteen years later inLeon Continued on Page 9 Students in Clearwater got a taste of what it would be like to be homeless when a church club sponsored an event in January that involved sleeping outside overnight.
Final recommendations on the expansion of the Goddard School district were made in late January by an advisory committee.
The largest part of the proposal included plans to build a new high school, which later was approved by the school district and voters in a close mail-in ballot. The Clearwater Lions Club celebrated its 40th anniversary in late January with its annual pancake feed.
More than people attended the pancake feed.