Sunday, June 29th, 2014
Fogleman falls short in quest for Orphans' Court judgeship - Baltimore Brew
— Fogleman falls short in quest for Orphans' Court judgeship Baltimore Brew After seven years on his high-visibility platform – chairing the Baltimore City Liquor Board – Stephan W. Fogleman failed to get enough votes in yesterday's Democratic Party primary to secure a position as a judge on the Baltimore City Orphans' Court.
JRhighRodeo2ndround - Billings Gazette
— JRhighRodeo2ndround Billings Gazette Girls breakaway roping -- 1, Katy Fogleman , Lake Charles, La., 2.05. 21, Shai McDonald, Gardiner, 3.24. 32, Montana Martin, Evanston, Wyo., 3.64. 45, Alexis Manley, Laramie, Wyo., 4.31. 57, Logan Thompson, Bozeman, 5.48. 58, Taylor Duncan, Dixon, Wyo. and more »
Duncannon Church Offers Food and Fellowship for Hikers. - abc27
— Duncannon Church Offers Food and Fellowship for Hikers. abc27 The keynote speaker for this Memorial Day event was a natural choice, retired Four Star Air Force General Ronald Fogleman . The highly decorated combat pilot and former member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke of personal and national sacrifices needed ...
No-nonsense, tough on licensees and above all, practical - Baltimore Brew
— No-nonsense, tough on licensees and above all, practical Baltimore Brew Former chairman Stephan W. Fogleman showed up as well, orchestrating a gavel-hand-off photo with Ward (which he then tweeted) and accepting condolences from the crowd over his loss in Tuesday's election. After seven years as chair, Fogleman resigned ...
Cherokee Nation Opens GED Testing Center - Indian Country Today Media Network
— Cherokee Nation Opens GED Testing Center Indian Country Today Media Network ... CLASSIFIEDS · OBITUARIES · RSS Feeds · SHOP. Cherokee Nation. Cherokee Nation Career Services Testing Coordinator Landra Alberty demonstrates how to find practice GED tests for Day Worker Sally Fogleman at the new Pryor GED testing center.
Attorney General sues Tyson Foods over fish kill - Springfield News-Leader
— Legal News Line Attorney General sues Tyson Foods over fish kill Springfield News-Leader Fogleman addressed reporters outside the Springfield State Office Building on Park Central Square after Koster's press conference inside. Prior to the press conference on the 10th floor Attorney General's office, Koster asked Fogleman , who had been in ... State sues Tyson Foods for Clear Creek incident that killed at least 100000 fish KY3 Attorney General Chris Koster Sues Tyson Foods for Polluting Water and Killing ... Riverfront Times (blog) Missouri AG Koster files lawsuit against Tyson Foods after fish kill Clear Creek The Republic all 28 news articles »
Troopers identify Gibsonville man killed in crash - Greensboro News & Record
— Troopers identify Gibsonville man killed in crash Greensboro News & Record An ambulance took the car's driver, Joel Fogleman , 46, of Gibsonville to Moses Cone Hospital for treatment of injuries that were not considered life-threatening, troopers said. Fogleman remained at the hospital today. It was unclear whether either of ... and more »
Defying Maryland's 'age of constitutional senility,' a judge returns - Baltimore Sun
— Defying Maryland's 'age of constitutional senility,' a judge returns Baltimore Sun In fourth place is Stephan Fogleman , with 23,113. Absentee and provisional ballots have yet to be counted. (It's foolish that we have to vote for Orphans' Court judges in Maryland. Registers of wills, clerks of courts, sheriffs, state's attorneys ...
Blowing Rock theater plans unveiled - Watauga Democrat
— Blowing Rock theater plans unveiled Watauga Democrat Bryan Summers, chairman of the Firehouse Theatre Committee, presented a PowerPoint presentation to Blowing Rock Mayor J.B. Lawrence, Councilman Dan Phillips, Town Manager Scott Fogleman , Police Chief Tony Jones and others at the presentation.
The Baltimore Sun Dan Rodricks column - Insurance News Net
— The Baltimore Sun Dan Rodricks column Insurance News Net In fourth place is Stephan Fogleman , with 23,113. Absentee and provisional ballots have yet to be counted. (It's foolish that we have to vote for Orphans' Court judges in Maryland . Registers of wills, clerks of courts, sheriffs, state's attorneys ... and more »