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Court clerk fired in homicide victim mix-up

Court clerk fired in homicide victim mix-up
MARION COUNTY, Ind. (April 5, 2015) – Fox 59 News has learned that a Marion Superior Court clerk has been fired after our inquiry into a mix-up that put a convicted felon back on the street four days before his death. Demond Lamont … Derrick Anderson …
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Fayetteville police searching for felon threatening to kill officers
Fayetteville police are asking a man who has made threats to kill police officers to surrender. The department has received "credible information" that Edward Torrain Stokes, 21, of the 1000 block of Wayside Road in the Hollywood Heights subdivision …
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Tip sends convicted felon back to jail
Based on the Crimestoppers tip and the surveillance of the home, detectives were able to secure a court approved search warrant. The NOPD says Ricks is currently on parole for armed robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Ricks was booked …
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Losing Mobility and Gaining a Work Life
That job gave me a powerful sense of purpose and belonging. I became friendly with many of the staff members there, like nurses, doctors and lab technicians. Another high school student, a Puerto Rican girl from Harlem who worked in outpatient check-in …
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Puerto Rico is a winning investment
Each one makes Puerto Rico stronger and a better place to bring your business. They are bringing better jobs, better wages, and a better economy to the Commonwealth– they have realized that investing in Puerto Rico has real returns. Puerto Rico is just …
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Biz Break: Infinera makes 0 million bid for European firm, doesn't expect
In Silicon Valley's Splitsville neighborhood, eBay announced its plans for splitting off PayPal and Bloomberg News reported that the two divisions of Hewlett-Packard will work together on The Machine even after that company splits in half; eBay fell 0 …
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Title: Abraham Lincoln and the battles of the Civil War
Year: 1886 (1880s)
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Subjects: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 Generals Generals
Publisher: [New York, N.Y.] : [The Century Co.]
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emys safe retreat. Upon returning to camp I found rationsbeing issued and preparations for pursuit be-ing made, and that very afternoon c struckour tents and took up our lines of march, withour faces turned hopefully towards Richmond.A sergeant belonging to a neighboring regi-ment, whose acquaintance I had formedbefore Yorktown, jocosely remarked, as hepassed me on the march, I shall meet youon the road to glory Later, in looking 774 RECOLLECTIONS OF A PRIVATE. over the rudehead-boardswhich wereused to markthe soldiers over to the Hampton road, and did not halLtill ele-en in the eening, when we lay downin our blankets, bedraggled, wet, and tired,chewing hard-tack and the cud of reflection,the tenor of which was, Why did we comefor a soldier ? Before day-light we were on the march,plodding in the rain througl^;the mire. By daybreak we;came out on the edge of the ■dense woods in front of Fort {Magruder and its cordon of,redoubts stretching across 1the Peninsula, which is here I

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graves near Ailliamsburg,found his name. There was much talk ofburied torpedoes in front ofthe enemys Avorks, and it wasrumored that one officer andseveral men had been blownto atoms by them; also thatthe officer in command had aforce of Confederate prisonersat work removing them. Wesaw a number of sticks stuck in the groundboth inside and outside the earthworks, withv.hite rags attached, which v.ere said to indi-cate the location of the buried torpedoesalready discovered. Williamsburg is twelve miles from York-town, but the women and children, of whomwe were continually inquiring the distance,gave us very indefinite but characteristic re-plies. A comrade in Hookers division gaveme an account of his experiences about asfollows: Marching over the muddy roadlate in the afternoon, we found our fartheradvance prevented by a force which had pre-ceded us, and we halted in the mud by theroadside just as it began to rain. About fiveoclock we resumed our march by crossing OUTLINE MAP OF THE P

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Title: Transactions
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers
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ions and from these it isconcluded that the work dates back to at least the beginning of the 15thcentury. The first undoubted reference to the mines by a European isby Symes in 1795. Crawford in 1827 estimated the output of silver fromthe mines at 0,000 anually. At about the middle of the 19th cen-tury the rebellion of the Chinese Mohammedans in the neighboringChinese province of Yunnan so weakened the power of the Chinese thatthe incursions of hostile tribes (Kachins) made work extremely dangerous.The mines were finally abandoned by the Chinese about 1868. Theclosing down of the mines was probably not entirely due to outside causesbut may have been influenced somewhat by the increasing difficulty ofhandling the water, as the workings gradually descended below the waterlevel of the district. Several attempts were made by the Burmese kings,Mindon Min and Thebaw, to resume operations, but because of a * Bawdwin—from Burmese: baw = silver and dwin = well or mine. A M, H. LOVEMAN 171

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Fig. 1.—Map op Burma Showing the Location of Bawd win Mines 172 THE GEOLOGY OF THE BAWD WIN MINES, BURMA, ASIA combination of diseases and lack of mining skill such efforts provedunsuccessful. During the course of the long occupation by the Chinese, an immenseamount of work was done and the amount of rock removed would cer-tainly total well over 1,000,000 tons. The attention of Europeans wasfirst attracted in 1901 by the extensive slag dumps which lined the valleyfor a considerable distance north and south of the mine workings. Duringthe removal of the slag, prospecting work was started on the orebodiesthemselves. The multitude of Chinese workings proved a drawbackrather than a help as they were the cause of impounding great bodies ofstanding water which made the reopening of the mine a dangerous under-taking. It is only within the last 3 years that this difficulty has beenovercome and the orebodies have been developed. Topography The State of Tawng Peng is extremely rugged and cove

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^ri9 TEMPTATION OF CHRISTLUKE 4. 1-13 OBSCURE PERlOt TIME, NINE MONTHS. -+—I CHRISTN THE TEMPLELUKE 2. 41 -50 LUKE 2. 1-T JOHN S. 1-47 JOHN 1. 15-34.+ 9 Z Z Z – S III ^-i 0 0 0 Z = j -> -> -> I a in ohj Q I U ; 1 z < I- i – l» 10 Q 3 => ? ? 3 id in x x (A u u o o u 3APTISM OF CHRISTMATT. 3. 1 3-1 7 JESUS PERIOD OF PUBLIC FAVOR FROM DECEMBER 27, TO NOVEMBER 29.

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(6) PERIOD OF JUDEAN MINISTRY. The nexx journey, from the Feast o£ Tabernacles to the Feast ofDedication, extended over about three months. Christ now leaves Ca-pernaum (12) and forever bids farewell to Galilee. He is on the jour-ney to Jerusalem (2), but pauses (30) to converse with the (30) ThreeAspirants (Lu. 9:57-62); teaching the duty of absolute devotion towork. Near the border of Samaria, perhaps at the village Engennim(31), he was rejected by the Samaritan, where his disciples desired tocall down fire from heaven as Elias had done. (Lu. 9:52-56.) He con-tinued his journey, and while still in Samaria (32) met and healed theten lepers, of whom but one returned to give thanks. (Lu. 17:12-19.)After this miracle he again resumed his journey to Bethany (33), going to the home of Lazarus and his two sisters, Mary and Martha. It wasat this time that the Saviour reminded Martha of her undue solicita-tion concerning worldly cares, while Mary was seeking that goodpart. (Lu. 10:38-42.) F

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Bullying drives North Carolina teenager to get nose job

Bullying drives North Carolina teenager to get nose job
ROLESVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina teenager got a nose job to finally put an end to the bullying she said she's endured for years. WRAL reported that Rolesville teenager Amy Arnold recently went through with the procedure and has no regrets about it.
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Florida State 8, North Carolina 4 | 05.21.15
Four-year-old Nolan Webb of Fuquay-Varina, N.C. watches the Florida State vs. North Carolina baseball game during the ACC Baseball Championship on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. Robert Willett …
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Convicted And Unemployed: How Local Action Is Changing Criminal Job Access

Convicted And Unemployed: How Local Action Is Changing Criminal Job Access
The name refers to the box that job applicants are sometimes required to check if they have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor. Fourteen states and several dozen cities have passed laws, mostly in recent years, that generally require … Six …
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Rights Measures Expose Divisions in GOP's Ranks
WASHINGTON — In Indiana, the Republican mayor of Indianapolis argued against the law the Republican governor had signed. In Ohio, a group called the Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry tried to remove antigay language from the party …
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'Felon' pulled over in Palmer faces federal charge over 1 pound of meth

'Felon' pulled over in Palmer faces federal charge over 1 pound of meth
A 30-year-old man nicknamed “Felon” faces a federal drug charge stemming from a car search by Alaska State Troopers that netted nearly a pound of methamphetamine. Johnnylee Preston Burk has been charged with possession with intent to distribute 50 …
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KCHS put on lockdown
Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion An officer from the Kenai Police Department talks to a woman as she enters Kenai Central High School on Tuesday April 14, 2015 in Kenai, Alaska. Officers responded to the school after a student received a …
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(2012) A futuristic buddy movie about the unusual bond of trust between an ageing ex-con called Frank (Frank Langella), whose memory is faltering, and his VGC-60L robot helper (voiced by Peter Sarsgaard). Frank lives alone and is slowly relinquishing …
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Why Is Getting a Job After Prison Still Such a Nightmare for Ex-Cons?
Committing crime and doing time is easy, but finding a decent job can feel impossible. No wonder recidivism rates are so high. Regular society has effectively ostracized the ex-con; when someone is rejected by society just because they made a mistake, …
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Public Safety Report — March 25, 2015
Nolan Alan Swanson, 45, of North Pole, was charged with felony driving under the influence and driving with a revoked license after Fairbanks police responded to a report of a possibly intoxicated driver on Saturday. Police found Swanson slumped over …
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Stars of Alaska reality TV show charged with PFD fraud
A family starring in the reality television series "Alaskan Bush People" faces multiple felony charges tied to falsely submitting applications for the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend, according to documents filed in Superior Court. The Browns — Billy …
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Two more arrests made in high-production meth lab bust
Lafrida Lindsey, 44, of Peoria was charged Thursday in Tazewell County Circuit Court with possessing meth precursors, a Class 2 felony. She was ordered held on $ 5,000 bond pending an April 23 preliminary hearing. Issued a notice to appear in court …
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Novartis to move work to Lincoln from Puerto Rico plant
Production at Lincoln's Novartis plant, which has shrunk over the past few years, will grow again, even if it isn't adding jobs. The Swiss pharmaceutical company announced Friday that it will close a manufacturing plant in Humacao, Puerto Rico, and …
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