Judith Williams

22 Feb 19
Common Sense & HillBilly Logic

Abortion is a hot topic in the news once again.  The ‘Pro-Life’ movement has made little head-way in eliminating abortions, though a few victories here and there are noted.[i]  I think too much nuance has been allowed to creep into the debate as the decades have progressed.  Meanwhile, close to 2400 abortions are done on […]

21 Feb 19
Davis Enterprise

From contemporary choral works to classics by Bartók and Mussorgsky, the UC Davis department of music will present three diversely programmed concerts within a week at the Mondavi Center. On Saturday, March 9, the Chamber Singers and University Chorus, both directed by Caleb Lewis, will share a concert of love songs, spirituals, rounds and folk […]

21 Feb 19
Council 2019

The Rt. Rev. David Reed welcomes clergy who have joined the Diocese of West Texas in the past year. The Rev. Ernest Buchanan, Vicar, St. James’, Hebbronville The Rev. William Campbell, Curate, Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi The Rev. Irv Cutter, Rector, St Luke’s, San Antonio The Rev. Andrew Green, Curate, Holy Spirit, San Antonio The […]

21 Feb 19

SINOPSE: Na Los Angeles dos anos 1970, a filha de uma funcionária do Departamento de Justiça dos Estados Unidos é sequestrada e ela decide contratar Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe), brutamontes violento e ex-alcoólatra, para investigar o caso. O trabalho revela-se mais complicado do que o esperado e ele decide contar com a ajuda a um […]

21 Feb 19

  I am delighted to be exhibiting a range of abstract paintings made over the last year, at Far & Wild in Perranporth, Cornwall from 2 March – 24 April. All the work they have is available to view online. The Spring Exhibition will include recent works of mine inspired by the Cornish coast as […]

21 Feb 19
Andre Eger

Judith Smith, of Bayonne, New Jersey, and her children, William Kenneth Smith and Sarah Jude Smith, were announced as lottery winners on Wednesday.  They won the the $29.5 million jackpot on Dec. 17, 2018, but waited two months to pick up the winnings after consulting with lawyers and financial advisers.  Judith Smith is a park […]

21 Feb 19

Curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2-curatorsquared, Design by Time is on view February 22 to April 13, 2019.

21 Feb 19
Mel's Comps Prep

54 total. Completed books in bold. Previously read, but not yet revisited, books in italics. Albanese, Catherine L. (ed.). American Spiritualities: A Reader. Indiana University Press, 2001 Albanese, Catherine L. A Republic of Mind and Spirit: A Cultural History of American Metaphysical Religion. Yale University Press, 2007. Albanese, Catherine L. Nature Religion in America: From the Algonkian Indians to the New […]

21 Feb 19
Red Bluff Daily News
The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff’s Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs. Arrests Jimmy Lee Brady: 54, of Happy Camp was arrested Tuesday in the 3400 block of 99W and charged with carrying dirk or dagger. Daniel Coleman Cahalan: 34, of Maynardville, Tennessee, was arrested Tuesday in the area of Evergreen Road at Bowman Road and charged with use of access account data without permission and special allegation for a prior offense. Justin William Gevedon: 36, of Redding was arrested Tuesday in the area of 99W at Liberal and charged with possession of vehicle and trailer known to be stolen. Kimball Road: About 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Palm Royal Apartments a 13-year-old boy kicked his mother in the stomach and pulled her to the ground by her hair. The boy was arrested and charged with battery. Collision State Route 36E, cross of 99E: Two passengers were injured in a two-vehicle collision about 3:10 p.m. Tuesday. Judith Tessien of Oroville was stopped at the stop sign and pulled out directly in front of Carrie Jauron of Reno, Nevada. Nadine Regas, 89, of Oroville, and Theadora Gordon, 65, of Reno, were taken to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital with minor injuries. Disturbance Washington Street: A man was punched in the throat about 7:45 p.m. Tuesday while at the Round-Up Saloon. Missing Benson Road: A Cottonwood juvenile ran away Monday evening, taking an army green knapsack covered in pins and patches. Suspicious 1100 block of Delphinium Street: A man was spray painting a fence in blue about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, wearing a black jacket with a red hood and had a skateboard. South Jackson Street: A man on a bike and a woman in a black car were threatening someone about 1:45 p.m. Tuesday in the vicinity of Luther and South Jackson. Sloop Lane: A Cottonwood resident reported receiving a threatening text message from a woman stating she had a gun and knew where to find them using the phone’s location. Thefts Park Terrace Road: About 90 gallons of unleaded gas was stolen from a maintenance facility in Rancho Tehama between Friday and Tuesday. Kaer Avenue: A water pump was stolen from a residence. Toomes Avenue: A wagon was stolen Monday evening from the Tehama Village Apartments.
20 Feb 19
Devon & Cornwall Point-To-Point Horse Racing

  GRANVILLE TAYLOR and DONNA HARRIS   “Late February days, and now, at last might you have thought that winter’s woe was past    William Morris, poet  1834-1896 THE South Pool Harriers meeting featured three separate riding doubles on the testing Buckfastleigh track, where race times in excess of seven minutes proved the norm on […]

20 Feb 19
Flowers For Socrates

February 20th is Cherry Pie Day Handcuff Day * Love Your Pet Day World Day of Social Justice * _______________________________________ MORE! Jimmy Yancey, Nancy Wilson and Sidney Poitier, click

20 Feb 19
Best Books Hub

Best Cloud Computing Books Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture (The Prentice Hall Service Technology Series from Thomas Erl) 1st Edition by Thomas Erl & Ricardo Puttini & Zaigham Mahmood Cloud Computing For Dummies 1st Edition by Judith S. Hurwitz & Robin Bloor & Marcia Kaufman Cloud Computing: From Beginning to End by Mr. Ray […]

20 Feb 19

Let’s talk about the latest episode of The Walking Dead.

19 Feb 19
24/7 Wall St.

One hundred years ago, the goal uniting feminists in the United States was gaining the right to vote. Since then, feminism has come to mean different things to different people. From the women’s liberation movement of the ’60s to the Women’s March on Washington in 2017, feminism has become increasingly more inclusive of the needs […]