Monthly Archives: June 2016

Police _ april 14, 2016 _ www. toacorn. com _ thousand oaks acorn

A man, 18, was arrested near Rancho Dos Vientos and Via Arabella for driving under the influence of drugs and two counts of possession of a controlled substance for sale. The Sesame Inn in the 3300 block of Kimber Drive

Response team keeps washington roads clear of cows, lumber, disabled vehicles _ the news tribune

It was about 9:30 on a Tuesday morning, and Brian Farrar was sprinting down Interstate 5 in Lakewood with a wooden post over his shoulder. Felon? Crazy man? No, Farrar is a member of the state Department of Transportation’s Incident

What to do in toronto this week_ april 4 to 10, 2016

An overdue album release from Majid Jordan OVO darlings and U of T buds Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman started cranking out sensual R&B back in 2011, backed up Drake on “Hold On, We’re Going Home” in 2013 and

‘wake-up call’_ study finds fracking can pollute underground drinking water — rt usa

New Stanford Study Confirms Fracking Contamination That The EPA Walked Back On In 2011 https://t. co/rWgCPje0B9 via @climateprogress — David Fiderer (@Ny1david) March 31, 2016 The process of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, involves injecting, at high pressure, water blended with

Galway independent – ford expands posh vignale range

At the Geneva motor show this year, Ford underlined its plans to create a high-end sub-brand, Vignale, which is supposed to allow it to compete with the likes of BMW and Audi in offering customers a high-end owning and driving

Nigeria_ stock index provider to delist nigeria as forex crisis lingers – allafrica. com

By Moses Ebosele, Chijioke Nelson and Yemi Adepetun Stakeholders in the financial market have expressed worry about the poor handling of sensitive issues in the economy by government, particularly with regard to the lingering fuel scarcity and foreign exchange needed

As oil output falls, libya is on the verge of economic collapse – the washington post

By Sudarsan Raghavan April 16 at 5:00 AM Follow @africawriter CAIRO — The rapid deterioration of Libya’s oil-dependent economy is threatening the objectives of the country’s new Western-backed government and budding efforts to confront the Islamic State in North Africa,

Ul receives approval to expand scope of testing for ahri certification programs​ _ the wholesaler

UL announced that its Plano, Texas facility has received approval from the Air‑Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute to perform testing for its Unitary Small Air-Conditioner and Heat Pump (USAC/HP) certification program for packaged products. This accreditation means that UL is

8 dividend champion stocks for accelerating dividend growth _ seeking alpha

Series Overview This series of articles is taking a deeper look at the U. S. Dividend Champions “CCC” List to identify companies that I expect to see accelerating or declining dividend growth in the coming years. 8 Dividend Champions Destined

Lrad(r) corporation receives $7.4 million contract award from the united states navy nasdaq_lrad

SAN DIEGO, March 31, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LRAD Corporation (NASDAQ: LRAD), the world’s leading provider of acoustic hailing devices (“AHDs”) and advanced mass notification systems, announced today it received a multi-year $7.4 million contract award from the Naval Surface

You won’t believe where presidential candidates’ youtube ads are running

Yes, it’s a new era in politics. Just look at both the Democratic and Republican presidential races and it’s hard to escape that conclusion. And to promote their ideas, candidates and super PACs are looking beyond traditional print and broadcast

Those ambitious global warming goals_ the world may not know how to reach them – the washington post

An undated handout photo obtained from the XL Catlin Seaview Survey on March 21, 2016 shows a diver filming a reef affected by bleaching off Lizard Island in the Great Barrier Reef. (AFP Photo/XL Catlin Seaview Survey) In 11 days,

Towers_ vince dooley built sanford stadium into what it is today

ATHENS — Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of attending the “Heritage of Sport” panel discussion and exhibit at UGA’s Special Collections Library on North Campus. The panelists were Vince Dooley, Tony Barnhart and CBS sports commentator Verne Lundquist,