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Davidson County Schools says goodbye to leader
Davidson County Schools superintendent Dr. Fred Mock (right) greets retired Thomasville City Schools superintendent Keith Tobin during Mock's...The-Dispatch.comDecember 12, 2013 4:38 PM Building...
Read more at The Lexington Dispatch
Remember when haircuts were 35 cents? Ogden barbe...
... think Ogden is the greatest place," Moore said Tuesday, sitting in one of the barber chairs at his Historic 25th Street shop. "This is where I made my living, where I met my wife. Make sure you...
Read more at Standard-Examiner
8 Tips to Survive Your Office Holiday Party
Here are a few tips to keep the festivities festive. Go. Yup, you should go, even if you're groaning at the thought. Social gatherings are an important part of community and the best workplaces...
Read more at Psychology Today
Miss Dayzie finally retires
Retirement parties are a time of sad goodbyes and best wishes — and apparently that doesn't change if the honoured retiree is very short with silky white fur. Miss Dayzie Forsyth is something of a...
Read more at Northumberland Today
Pappy’s Antique Mall to close Sunday in Newton, I...
Pappy’s manager Susie Jones will be retiring. A previously reported potential sale of the antique mall fell through, which meant that after 23 years Jones will be closing the doors. “I loved the...
Read more at Newton Daily News
Zanesville Council-At-Large Member Ted Zakany Ret...
Friends, family and co-workers celebrated Zanesville City Council's council-at-large member, Ted Zakany at his
at Zanesville City Hall Friday night. Zakany, a Zanesville native,...
Read more at WHIZ News Zanesville
Ken Calvert retiring from WCSX-FM
Longtime Detroit radio host Ken Calvert says he�ll be signing off from the WCSX-FM (94.7) morning show Dec. 20, but plans to stay active in retirement by doing podcasts and a Saturday show for WCSX...
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Detroit Free Press
Detroit Free Press
Save the women and children -- and the beer! (Plu...
Curses, Foiled AgainWhile leading police on a high-speed chase on the Massachusetts Turnpike, two men in a stolen minivan struck another vehicle from behind and then crashed into the median. The men...
Read more at Missoula Independent
Final boarding: DC-10's last passenger flight
Some commercial jets receive soaring fanfare when they hang up their wings. Remember all that fuss over the Concorde? Now it's the DC-10's turn. But what sort of
awaits the airline...
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Ross, Oilers hit a big strike
It is not true that Tony Gonzalez vowed to keep playing football until Huntington Beach returned to the CIF-Southern Section finals. At least as far as we know. Huntington Beach quarterback Kai Ross...
Read more at Orange County Register
Dec. 5, 2013
Your Nov. 20 article did not explain that several years ago, McKeithan "retired," after his 2012 retirement. We had a
, as he was going to "pursue new challenges." A search committee...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Kelco Indistries: 58 Years in the Christmas busin...
I consulted with Jim, a Christmas tree farmer friend of mine, to ask if he had any ideas for my December column. The first guy Jim thought of was Doug Kell, who has been a supplier to the Christmas...
Read more at Bangor Daily News
Curses, Foiled Again Johnny Deleon, 20, was thwarted in his attempt to steal hubcaps from cars parked outside a restaurant in Harris County, Texas, where law officers were holding a
Read more at Seven Days
Banker Takes A Bow
Judging from his send-off Monday night, banker Bill Placke is leaving town with his community balance sheet in the black. Some 75 civic movers and shakers crowded into downtown Gateway Community...
Read more at New Haven Independent
Gateway Community College
7 Lessons From A Guy Who Spent His Entire Working...
These days, high turnover rates are the new normal at many companies. According to the U.S. Labor Department, many people hold at least 10 different jobs between the ages of 18 and 40. This...
Read more at The Huffington Post
Elections secretary answers complaint
Sunday, December 01, 2013 10:15 PM Elections secretary answers complaintOfficials: Burden of proof falls on complainantsBy Janet Conner-Knox | Times Staff Writer Both sides have made their case to...
Read more at The Wilson Times
Commentary: Happy Retirement – We won’t miss you ...
SEATTLE – But we start by holding a
. We’ve been clamoring for it forever. An overstayed welcome – don’t let the door hit you on your way out – none of us like you one bit. You’ve...
Read more at Q13 FOX Seattle
'Tommy Tree' a symbol of togetherness for Mt. Pro...
The brilliant white bulbs blanketing the "Tommy Tree" towering above this Mount Prospect block will light in stages tonight to make sure the surge doesn't blow a fuse. The outpouring of love in this...
Read more at Daily Herald
Fittingly, a noisy retirement party in Old Lyme f...
Publication: The Day Uwe Sattler, center, acknowledges applause from employees and guests as he enters his surprise
last week at Sennheiser in Old Lyme. Joining him are Greg Beebe,...
Read more at The Day
Reception held to honor Sandra Mears' 50 years
A reception was held Friday evening at the Social House in Carmi to honor Sandra Mears' 50 years of service to the Conger & Elliott Law Offices as a legal secretary. And, no, it wasn't a retirement...
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Kewanee Star Courier
Benton Evening News
The Harrisburg Daily Register
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