Class Of 2019

20 Jun 19
Florida Now

June 20, 2019 – Tampa General Hospital is leasing up to 25,000 square feet of space in the new USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute building now nearing completion in downtown Tampa, creating even more synergy with the university and its primary teaching hospital. “Tampa General Hospital is very proud of and committed to its […]

20 Jun 19
Norma Pence

A congressional committee held a hearing on four bills that concern veterans and medical marijuana on Thursday. The House Veterans’ Affairs Committee discussed one piece of legislation that would allow doctors at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to issue medical cannabis recommendations in states where it’s legal. That bill was introduced by Rep. […]

20 Jun 19
Orange County Register
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20 Jun 19
ProHockeyTalk

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20 Jun 19
The Willits News
[To the Editor: Once again a successful Sober Grad Party has taken place. Once again at least one life has been saved! That makes 33 years; 33 lives!  And so the legacy continues! And once again the Board members of Sober Grad would like to offer our thanks to this wonderful community that makes it happen every year! Throughout the year as we put on our fund raisers we have thanked those businesses and individuals who have donated and supported our cause.  Every year businesses, entities and individuals dig deep and help us make the party even better by donating their time and/or an item or monetary donation. And so we wish to honor their support and offer our deepest thanks:  Barbarie Gonzalez, Old Mission Pizza, Neil Orr, 101 Trailer and RV, Willits Mini Storage, Sparetime Supply, Mariposa Market, Frank R. Howard Foundation, Savings Bank of Mendocino County, Realty World – Selzer Realty, Round Tree Glass, Robin Goldner, Valley Paving, Drip Works, Waters Construction, Cat’s Meow, Dr. Alfred Kerr, Mendocino County District Attorney, Mendocino County Sheriff, Willits Police Department, Dr. and Mrs. Ted Dawson, Ponderosa and Sun Realty, Hometown Store, Brewed Awakening, Olenick Fence Company, US Army Recruiting Office in Ukiah, The Book Juggler, Yokum’s Body Shop, Willits Solid Waste, Metal fx, City of Willits, Devina Cash, Hilary Kocher, East Hill Veterinary, North Coast Drivers dba Lucky Deuce, Shuster’s Transportation, Willits Lions, Ileya Stewart, Safeway, Willits Methodist Church, Class of 2019 Parents, Margie Handley, Lee & Evelyn Persico, Ruth Weston, Healing Central, Mendocino Construction Services, Northern Aggregates, Inc., T.R. Eriksen Foundation, Tri Counties Plumbing and Collicott Construction. We also wish to send a special shout out to groups and persons who help us year after year; they are so dedicated that we have given them special names: The “Tom and Gerry Show”! Thank you Sheriff Allman and Council Member Gonzalez for helping to make check-in run so smoothly! The “Prize Distribution Women”! Thank you Linda Matz, Annette Pinon, Miranda Musgrave and Kira Crelly! These ladies have turned the distribution of the prizes into a well-run machine!  The “Clean Up Crew Extraordinaire”! Thank you Diane Smalley, Todd Hollified, Tom Woodhouse, and Wayne Waters!  Our clean up crew was so great this year with these awesome leaders that we were done in less than two hours! Also the “Mocktails Gals”! This crew comes up with delicious specialty drinks each year which have become a favorite!  Thank you Rachel Cash, Megan Hall and Erin Fitzpatrick! The “M&M Lady”!  Thank you Betty Meinecke who year after year collects all of the grads’ guesses about how many M&Ms are in the containers. “The Fence Crew”! Each year Brian Bouley and his crew from Olenik Fence set up a fence in the parking lot allowing us to expand our secure area so grads can play some great basketball games and/or climb the Rock Wall which has been provided and manned by the US Army Recruiting Office in Ukiah for the last two years! Thank you! “Kohl’s Cares Crew”!  For the last several years Kohl’s has sent us up to five employees to help with set up!  This year they blew up every single balloon we had and created a “Balloon Wonderland”! Thank you Kohls! Thanks also to our super sign in gal, Nicole Burke.  Nicole is one of the counselors at WHS and has been signing in the grads and their guests ever since she came to WHS!  This year she brought her hubby to help…thank you both! And “The Ones Behind the Scene”!  Ruth Dell’Ara has been the leader of the Sober Grad Party since its inception in 1986!  Angi Edgar has been working with Sober Grad since the late 80’s. At the party Angi is the Check-in Queen and Ruth is the Queen of the Checks! They turn the kitchen into an office to take care of all the nitty gritty to keep things going! Thank you both! Also many thanks to Coast Hardware, Kohl’s and Best Buy for their generous discounts year after year! And a HUGE THANK YOU to grads DJ Buzzard, Torren Henderson and David Manning for collecting and moving the ping pong tables from WHS, the foos ball table from Blosser Lane School, the Black Jack tables and the basketball hoops to the Community Center.  And thanks again to DJ and his new crew of Carrie Oliver, James Brown, McKenzie Gregg and Sequoya Swearingin who returned all of the tables the next day. Thank you Bill Barkley for delivering and returning the poker table! One more thanks to Colby Friend who purchased a brand new roulette wheel for us to use and manned it the whole night! We also wish to thank the following individuals for helping set up/decorate, chaperone and/or help with cleanup:  Carrie Oliver, Cathi Nicolaus, Debbie Carillo, Dave Edgar, Dan and Annette Pinon, Divora Stern, Mike Colvig, Marian Lohne, Maureen Moore, Delores Pedersen, , CHP Officer Jon Jessup,  Staff Sgt. Daniel Miller, Bonnie Riley, Jenn Drew, Trey Grant, Mike Grant, Erica Buzzard, Tina Novelle, Meomi Miller, Jenna Wells, Kenneth Burton, Rich Price, Vicky Titu, Kari Rescina, Divora Stern, Stacy Pfingsten, Kara Watson, Jennifer Dulran, Jayne Campbell Tia Lynn Grant, Sierra Grant, Jenn Maples and Cristina Rora. Thanks also to the Class of 2018 parents who donated food and drinks. I hope I didn’t miss anyone; if I did please know that we appreciate you and also thank you! It definitely takes the whole community from Laytonville to Ukiah and beyond to give our graduates a fun and safe place to celebrate their accomplishments! Thank you all!PS  The Willits Sober Grad Party Board of Directors is looking for new board members.  If you have kids that will soon be graduating OR if you are now an “empty nester” please consider joining the board. It is a rewarding experience to see all of our grads get together for one final party and to know that you have been a part of saving lives! You may contact us at jlaw46@gmail.com or call Joyce at 459-0439. -Joyce Waters, Secretary Willits Sober Grad Party Board of Directors  
20 Jun 19
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20 Jun 19
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — While he spoke quietly and did the best he could to answer in English, Kaapo Kakko was prepared for the attention that came his way when all of the top NHL draft prospects gathered together on a boat sitting dockside in Vancouver Harbor. He was surrounded by cameras and peppered […]

20 Jun 19
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“You’re a teacher? What grade do you teach?” “Well, I teach general music, so I have first through fifth grade.” [cue any of the following questions] “So you listen to recorders all day?” “Is it a chorus class?” “Do they do instruments? Like in a band class?” “When I was in school…” Teaching music (or […]

20 Jun 19
HoopsHype

Here’s the order of the 2019 NBA draft: 1. NEW ORLEANS: ZION WILLIAMSON Position: PF | Height: 6-7 | Class: Freshman | Team: Duke | Age: 18 years and 349 days Aggregate mock draft ranking: No. 1 (-) Projected 2019/20 salary: $9,655,560 Agent: Austin Brown (CAA) Workouts: Didn’t have one with New Orleans 2. MEMPHIS: […]

20 Jun 19
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20 Jun 19
KX NEWS
The Mandan Chiefs are slow out of the gate in 2019. The Chiefs are tied for last in the Class AA Standings at 1-5. Overall, they only have three wins on the year. Mandan also has four losses by one run this season. Manager Jake Kincaid says if his players can get timely hitting, their season outlook would turn around. “We just kind of shoot ourselves in the foot,” says Manager Jake Kincaid. “So we’re trying to get on track and learn how to win and it’s early fortunately, but we need to do a better job of playing with some urgency.” Mandan plays the Bismarck Governors on Tuesday.
20 Jun 19
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20 Jun 19
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If you don’t like the Donald Trump Presidency, then there are some questions you need to address.  First, is Trump what the Brits call a “one off,” or is he the leading edge of a new wave in American politics?[1]  Second, what led to Trump’s election?  No, it wasn’t the Russians.  No, it wasn’t Hillary […]

20 Jun 19
White Station High School Band

2019-20 Band Handbook Above is our handbook with information about our classes, functions, expectations, and guidelines for everything dealing with our program.  Please become familiar have to have a signed copy of the handbook form at the end of the handbook turned in during band camp in order to be in the band and the […]