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Wilson County News
Opal Gwanita Wiley Schwarzkopffollowed in the Eden Cemetery in Seguin. Serving as pallbearers were Ronnie Cu
Opal Gwanita Wiley Schwarzkopf
Wilson County News / Posted 15 days ago
followed in the Eden Cemetery in Seguin. Serving as pallbearers were Ronnie Cueller, Zach Johnson, Marvin Quinney, Donald Jones, Roy Lynn, and Mitchell Wiley. Memorial contributions can be made to the Eden Cemetery Association, c/o Pam... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Belle Chasse Tunnel will be closed all weekendMonday, September 12 at 4 a.m. for maintenance. For an alternate route, two-wa
Belle Chasse Tunnel will be closed all weekend
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 20 days ago
Monday, September 12 at 4 a.m. for maintenance. For an alternate route, two-way traffic will be open on the Judge Perez Bridge, LA 23. Contact Donald Jones, District Bridge Supervisor, for any additional information at (504)437-3128. (© 2016... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Whacked victim with teapotAn attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man
Whacked victim with teapot
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 21 days ago
An attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man for nearly five months. Donald Jones, 52, previously pleaded guilty in Sarnia court to the assault with a weapon but sentencing had been delayed until Sept. 1 in Walpole... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Whacked victim with teapotAn attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man
Whacked victim with teapot
Sarnia Observer / Posted 21 days ago
An attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man for nearly five months. Donald Jones, 52, previously pleaded guilty in Sarnia court to the assault with a weapon but sentencing had been delayed until Sept. 1 in Walpole... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Whacked victim with teapotAn attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man
Whacked victim with teapot
Chatham Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
An attack with a teapot for no apparent reason has jailed a Walpole Island man for nearly five months. Donald Jones, 52, previously pleaded guilty in Sarnia court to the assault with a weapon but sentencing had been delayed until Sept. 1 in Walpole... Read more
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USA Today
Developing storm puts sodden Gulf Coast on edgehomeless after as much as 30 inches of rain fell on the area last week. "Most
Developing storm puts sodden Gulf Coast on edge
USA Today / Posted 1 months ago
homeless after as much as 30 inches of rain fell on the area last week. "Most of the region is still pretty wet," said Donald Jones, a National Weather Service meteorologist from the Lake Charles, La., office. "Any additional rainfall won't do... Read more
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