Keithley

20 Feb 19
Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas

Welcome to The Weekly Top 3 — our look at the top 3 things on our mind this week — for the week of February 18, 2019. The Weekly Top 3 is a regular segment on The Michael Dukes Show. I join Michael on the Show each Tuesday from, now 6:20-7am for a discussion between the two of us […]

19 Feb 19

A Home Going service for Mr. Melvin Arthur Talbot, loving husband of the late Iris Talbot, son of the late Helen Talbot, step-father to Floyd Rawlins (Delyght) ,brother to Olivette Spencer and the late Edith Usher in his 87thyear of #4 Coney Island Road , Hamilton Parish will be held at Church of Christ Brighton […]

18 Feb 19
Cynthia

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17 Feb 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

In dark times, stories of resurrection have always worked a treat for those trying to flog a religion or sell a little hope. And in a small Yorkshire town once sustained by textiles, resurrection is exactly what a likable offbeat collective is trying to bring. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2019/feb/17/keithley-cougars-rugby-league via TV/a>

16 Feb 19
Cynthia

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15 Feb 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
OROVILLE — A Butte County judge Thursday affirmed an upper-term state prison sentence for a man convicted on charges he burglarized a market with a firearm during the Oroville Dam evacuations in February 2017. Superior Court Judge Clare Keithley resentenced 27-year-old Teran Washington of Oroville to 13 years, eight months in state prison after he pleaded no contest in July 2017 to second-degree burglary and felon in possession of a firearm. Washington Washington also admitted an enhancement alleging he personally used a firearm in the commission of the Feb. 12, 2017, burglary of the Gold Feather Marketplace on Oro Dam Boulevard in Oroville. Prosecutors said Washington blew open the evacuated market’s doors with a shotgun so he and a juvenile companion could steal cigarettes. The incident happened after more than 180,000 people were ordered to flee because of fears the dam’s emergency spillway would fail. The firearm enhancement accounts for 10 years of Washington’s full sentence, and the enhancement was the reason the case was back before a judge Thursday. A state appeals court noted that changes to state law in 2018 have given sentencing judges more discretion in cases involving firearm enhancements, including the new ability to strike or dismiss previously mandatory firearm enhancements in the interest of justice. The appeals court ruled in August 2018 that the law retroactively applied to Washington’s 2017 case, and it sent the case back to Butte County for a judge to consider striking Washington’s firearm enhancement.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Keithley on Thursday declined to use her new discretion in Washington’s case, imposing the same 13-year, eight-month prison term she originally imposed in August 2017. Washington remained in custody. The judge said she considered the seriousness of Washington’s use of a shotgun in the burglary. She said his firing of the weapon caused greater danger and fear while the community was in a state of crisis, and there was no evidence indicating Washington knew the market was empty when he shot at its glass door. Washington’s attorney, Philip Heithecker, argued that Washington’s use of a firearm in the burglary did not fit the spirit of the law regarding firearm enhancements. The defense attorney said Washington used a shotgun as a tool to enter the store, not as a weapon against another person. Washington, he said, could have used a rock, a baseball bat or the butt of the gun to gain entry to the store, but he chose to shoot at the store’s doors instead. Heithecker further noted that the shooting happened while the store was empty and evacuated. The prosecutor, Kurt Worley, said a 10-year term for the firearm enhancement is appropriate given the facts of the case, including that the gun was actually fired and not used in a different way.
15 Feb 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
OROVILLE — A Butte County judge Thursday affirmed an upper-term state prison sentence for a man convicted on charges he burglarized a market with a firearm during the Oroville Dam evacuations in February 2017. Superior Court Judge Clare Keithley resentenced 27-year-old Teran Washington of Oroville to 13 years, eight months in state prison after he pleaded no contest in July 2017 to second-degree burglary and felon in possession of a firearm. Washington Washington also admitted an enhancement alleging he personally used a firearm in the commission of the Feb. 12, 2017, burglary of the Gold Feather Marketplace on Oro Dam Boulevard in Oroville. Prosecutors said Washington blew open the evacuated market’s doors with a shotgun so he and a juvenile companion could steal cigarettes. The incident happened after more than 180,000 people were ordered to flee because of fears the dam’s emergency spillway would fail. The firearm enhancement accounts for 10 years of Washington’s full sentence, and the enhancement was the reason the case was back before a judge Thursday. A state appeals court noted that changes to state law in 2018 have given sentencing judges more discretion in cases involving firearm enhancements, including the new ability to strike or dismiss previously mandatory firearm enhancements in the interest of justice. The appeals court ruled in August 2018 that the law retroactively applied to Washington’s 2017 case, and it sent the case back to Butte County for a judge to consider striking Washington’s firearm enhancement.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Keithley on Thursday declined to use her new discretion in Washington’s case, imposing the same 13-year, eight-month prison term she originally imposed in August 2017. Washington remained in custody. The judge said she considered the seriousness of Washington’s use of a shotgun in the burglary. She said his firing of the weapon caused greater danger and fear while the community was in a state of crisis, and there was no evidence indicating Washington knew the market was empty when he shot at its glass door. Washington’s attorney, Philip Heithecker, argued that Washington’s use of a firearm in the burglary did not fit the spirit of the law regarding firearm enhancements. The defense attorney said Washington used a shotgun as a tool to enter the store, not as a weapon against another person. Washington, he said, could have used a rock, a baseball bat or the butt of the gun to gain entry to the store, but he chose to shoot at the store’s doors instead. Heithecker further noted that the shooting happened while the store was empty and evacuated. The prosecutor, Kurt Worley, said a 10-year term for the firearm enhancement is appropriate given the facts of the case, including that the gun was actually fired and not used in a different way.
14 Feb 19
Cynthia

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13 Feb 19
Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas

Welcome to The Weekly Top 3 — our look at the top 3 things on our mind this week — for the week of February 11, 2019. The Weekly Top 3 is a regular segment on The Michael Dukes Show. I join Michael on the Show each Tuesday from, now 6:20-7am for a discussion between the two of us […]

12 Feb 19
Cynthia

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11 Feb 19
Vintage Electronics

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09 Feb 19
SD Perry

After picking up and repairing two Keithley multimeters I found it necessary to have a way to calibrate them. I have a DMMCheck Plus voltage standard but that is set to a fixed 5VDC, not very useful when the calibration procedure calls for 1.900VDC. Luckily I was able to pick up a used Analogic AN3100 […]

08 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

MARTINSBURG – Central trailed by 18-0 but returned to beat Bellwood-Antis, 48-36, in contention at high school on Thursday. Alex Bowman, Ian Crouch, Brandon Holsinger, Logan Marko and Michael Fowkes fell for the Scarlet Dragons, who also won three games per set. Bellwood fell from Trentin Whaley, Dominick Caracciolo, Paulino Cuevas and Colton Gority, and […]

07 Feb 19
Akin to the Truth: A Memoir of Adoption and Identity

…They are a rare and wonderful find. Here are two: Indiana adoption authors and advocates. Pam Kroskee and Marcie Keithley have written a delightful, insightful and uplifting children’s picture book called Frankie and Friends Talk Adoption. It is worded on an early reader level (pre-K-2nd) but can be appreciated by anyone who wishes to understand […]

06 Feb 19
Thoughts on Alaska Oil & Gas

Welcome to The Weekly Top 3 — our look at the top 3 things on our mind this week — for the week of February 4, 2019. The Weekly Top 3 is a regular segment on The Michael Dukes Show. I join Michael on the Show each Tuesday from, now 6:20-7am for a discussion between the two of us […]