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Altoona Mirror
Retired officer taking plea dealDefense attorney William Haberstroh advised Huntingdon County Senior Judge Stew
Retired officer taking plea deal
Altoona Mirror / Posted yesterday
Defense attorney William Haberstroh advised Huntingdon County Senior Judge Stewart Kurtz Friday that Otto Gilden "Gil" Barton, 62, is prepared to enter a plea acceptable to the state attorney general's office. Both Haberstroh and Deputy Attorney... Read more
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The Herald News
How OxyContin became America's most widely abused prescription drugreports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages
How OxyContin became America's most widely abused prescription drug
The Herald News / Posted 7 days ago
reports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages of them. In the fall of 2004, in a remote courthouse in Appalachia, the 12-hour dosing issue came close to a public airing. The West Virginia attorney general was... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
How OxyContin became America’s most widely abused prescription drugreports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages
How OxyContin became America’s most widely abused prescription drug
The Record Searchlight / Posted 10 days ago
reports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages of them. In the fall of 2004, in a remote courthouse in Appalachia, the 12-hour dosing issue came close to a public airing. The West Virginia attorney general was... Read more
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Philly.com
How OxyContin became America's most widely abused prescription drugreports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages
How OxyContin became America's most widely abused prescription drug
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
reports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages of them. In the fall of 2004, in a remote courthouse in Appalachia, the 12-hour dosing issue came close to a public airing. The West Virginia attorney general was... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Blair to spend $600K on courthouse roofsAnd if the county pursues additional roof replacement work in the next year or
Blair to spend $600K on courthouse roofs
Altoona Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
And if the county pursues additional roof replacement work in the next year or two, the total cost will add up to about $1.5 million, project architect David Albright told commissioners Tuesday. "What happens if we don't do this?" Commissioner Ted... Read more
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Officer.com
How OxyContin Became a Widely Abused Drugreports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages
How OxyContin Became a Widely Abused Drug
Officer.com / Posted 12 days ago
reports. They remain sealed to this day. The Times reviewed thousands of pages of them. In the fall of 2004, in a remote courthouse in Appalachia, the 12-hour dosing issue came close to a public airing. The West Virginia attorney general was... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Athens area events this weekTom Wittenburg. Cost is $15. Call (706) 742-0823 to register. Open chess play:
Athens area events this week
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Tom Wittenburg. Cost is $15. Call (706) 742-0823 to register. Open chess play: 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Athens-Clarke County Library, 2025 Baxter St., Athens. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Members of the local Chess and... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
4 charged with murder among 35 scheduled for arraignment for indictments in Fayette CountyFayette County Circuit Clerk Daniel E. Wright announced arraignments for 35 peo
4 charged with murder among 35 scheduled for arraignment for indictments in Fayette County
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 15 days ago
Fayette County Circuit Clerk Daniel E. Wright announced arraignments for 35 people facing indictments, among them four men charged with murder. William E. Dixon, Sr. and Jonathan L. Jones are each charged with Conspiracy to Commit a Felony, a... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Stephens wins Wood County sheriff’s raceWilliams was fifth with 480 votes. The five candidates are all Republicans and
Stephens wins Wood County sheriff’s race
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Williams was fifth with 480 votes. The five candidates are all Republicans and no Democrats filed for the sheriff's race. Stephens is the chief of confinement operations for the Wood County Sheriff's Office and has a 36-year career in law... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Stephens wins sheriff’s raceWilliams was fifth with 480 votes. The five candidates are all Republicans and
Stephens wins sheriff’s race
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 18 days ago
Williams was fifth with 480 votes. The five candidates are all Republicans and no Democrats filed for the sheriff's race. Stephens is the chief of confinement operations for the Wood County Sheriff's Office and has a 36-year career in law... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
JPs to take up ordinances on new-tax voteOrdinances setting a July 12 election for a total 1 percent sales tax to financ
JPs to take up ordinances on new-tax vote
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
Ordinances setting a July 12 election for a total 1 percent sales tax to finance construction and operation of a new county jail are on the Logan County Quorum Court meeting agenda for Monday. The Quorum Court will meet at 7 p.m. in the courtroom at... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
WV Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry awarded Liberty Bell PlaqueSupreme Court Justice Allen H. Loughry II received McDowell County’s 2016 Liber
WV Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry awarded Liberty Bell Plaque
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 21 days ago
Supreme Court Justice Allen H. Loughry II received McDowell County’s 2016 Liberty Bell Award Friday, April 29, during the 20th annual Law Day event at the McDowell County Courthouse in Welch. “Justice Loughry was awarded the Liberty Bell Award... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
May 6, 2016Times Record News file photo Wichita County Courthouse Release Abstract of Jud
May 6, 2016
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 22 days ago
Times Record News file photo Wichita County Courthouse Release Abstract of Judgment David Drew to WWW Asset Three Corp, No Amount Stated, Doc. 6401. Bankruptcies Van Winkle v. Brock, Wichita County, AP, Date Filed April 29, 2016, Case No.... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Mirror reporter's career recognizedBut it was Ray's reporting work, tenacity and mannerisms that drew praise Frida
Mirror reporter's career recognized
Altoona Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
But it was Ray's reporting work, tenacity and mannerisms that drew praise Friday when county employees wished him well as he begins life as a retired staff writer. "I will miss his laugh," court administration staff member Patty Knorr said of Ray's... Read more
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WCTV Tallahassee
6 Names Submitted to Gov. Scott for Leon Co. Circuit Court VacancySecond Circuit has submitted six names to Gov. Rick Scott for consideration and
6 Names Submitted to Gov. Scott for Leon Co. Circuit Court Vacancy
WCTV Tallahassee / Posted 30 days ago
Second Circuit has submitted six names to Gov. Rick Scott for consideration and appointment to fill the vacancy on the Leon County Circuit Court created by the resignation of Judge George Reynolds. The nominees are: Alan Abramowitz Eddie Dean... Read more

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