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Hajrullahu will also be up for this award, and he will have some stiff competition. Returner Tim Brown has taken a punt to the house and come close on other occasions. Brown has a stellar 16 yard punt return average and a 30 yard kickoff return mark, so he is our mid season winner..
In this day and age, when there are many over qualified applicants for each open job, people who currently hold jobs ought to think about how well they perform in those jobs (on every rung of the ladder, from top to bottom). Doctors, nurses, and hospital administrators shouldn go to work just to pick up a check. Nobody is irreplaceable..
Backup sensors are vehicle safety tools which use the newest technology to solve one of driving’s oldest problems. Every day, drivers back into parking spots, out of driveways, and away from hazards. With even the best drivers unable to see everything that is directly behind them, the need for a supplemental security device has long been a pressing one..
The Fond du Lac City Council this week honored James Megellas with a proclamation designating June 14th at James Megellas Day in the City. There will be a dedication ceremony that day renaming the Fond du Lac Post Office after Lt. Colonel Megellas a native of Fond du Lac and World War II hero.
February 9, 2006 Ronald D. Anything that’s lightweight and airy) are what you want to wear this time of year, but that’s no reason to retire your staples from last season. Rather than invest in a completely new a warm weather wardrobe, why not update your past purchases with a few key pieces? Consider this your closet’s annual face lift, with ideas courtesy of some talented professional fashion stylists.
There, he served as librarian, registrar and professor, teaching English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Psychology, and Bible. In 1968, he retired from DLC and became the dean of Ohio Valley College (now Ohio Valley University) in Parkersburg, West Virginia, for one year. He also traveled often as a preacher and published book related to his research in the Bible and the church.
The radio communications system currently used in GSMNP has exceeded its recommended maximum lifespan. Replacement parts are difficult to come by and repairs and maintenance are costly on a tightening federal budget. The proposed project will replace microwave and repeater equipment at nine radio tower sites around the park as well as portable radio units and mobile units in patrol vehicles and fire engines.