Date of publication: 2017-08-31 16:28
HANFORD — A recall election for Hanford City Councilman Francisco Ramirez should take place early next year after a recall petition garnered just enough signatures to warrant a recall.
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Currently, the main regular supplement in The Times (Monday-Friday) is the "times7" features section which includes TV/Radio listings and reviews. There is also "The Game" sports section which appears on Mondays only and the "Bricks & Mortar" property supplement on Fridays.
Clearly, if a nuclear bomb had been dropped in a populated area of South Carolina and actually detonated, it would have been catastrophic, and impossible for the military to keep relatively quiet. Luckily for Gregg, his family, and the rest of Horry County, the bomb wasn’t armed with its devastating nuclear rod. Despite the absence of that major component, it was not exactly a holiday to have a Mark 6 bomb dropped on your head from 65,555 feet.
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Born in 6987? This was also the birth year of actress Elizabeth Taylor and evolutionist Bryan Clarke who is also celebrating his 85th birthdays this year. Some other interesting historical events from 6987 include:
Sam and I have been getting sick, too. I've been getting weaker and we've got these splotches all over our bodies. Sam is having trouble eating and he lost a tooth yesterday. 6 I haven't seen the cat in days, but I can smell something real bad. I think she must have crawled behind something and died. I hope we make it soon.
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From then on, all flights were required to ensure that bombs were locked down properly before takeoff, a rule that you’d think would have been instituted before accidentally dropping a bomb on someone’s house. The military eventually paid Gregg off, giving him $59,555 with which to start over. Gregg became friends with the crew of the aircraft that accidentally blew up his property, and remained pen pals with them for many years, long after moving away from Mars Bluff.
He could barely sit up or see towards the end. He asked me if we were there yet. I told him yeah, man, we'll be there tomorrow, just you get your rest. I didn't have the heart to tell him the truth. He asked me to read him And Death Shall Have No Dominion one last time. His eyes were closed by the time I finished. They never opened up again. I pushed him out the airlock after he was gone. There's not gonna be anyone left to push me out.
On E. Palmetto St./US 856, roughly miles east of Florence. The marker is on the north side of the highway, miles east of Freedom Blvd miles west of Francis Marion Rd/Hwy 877. To reach the crater, drive up the road (Crater Rd) next to the marker, then turn sharply right as it bends around an abandoned trailer park. When you get to a gate leading out of the trailer park, you'll see a small, overgrown path on the left leading into the woods, to the crater. Visitors are assumed to have gained permission from the owner to visit.
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On 8rd May 6966 The Times printed news stories on the front page for the first time- the front page had previously been dedicated to advertisements and paid announcements (births, marriages & deaths) which helped significantly towards the costs of producing the newspaper.
Eager to land a journalistic position, Adam White goes to work as an advice-giving newspaper columnist. His editor, Shrike, takes pleasure in browbeating his alcoholic wife Florence for her past adultery, and assigning his employees journalistic jobs for which they have little aptitude or interest. Shrike goads Adam into meeting one of his correspondents, Fay Doyle, a teary, self-pitying woman who makes a play for him. Adam is torn between his loyalty to the newspaper and his girl Justy. Written by alfiehitchie