Reports

20 Mar 19
Tanner Gray

The 2019 NFL Draft is a little over a month away. Mock drafts are flowing everywhere online and I am here, as a part of The Chain Gang Fantasy Podcast, to bring you my non-trade Mock Draft 1.0! Enjoy! Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma It just makes too much sense. The Cardinals haven’t […]

20 Mar 19
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Medical Absorbent Cotton Global Market Size and Forecast to 2019 Medical Absorbent Cotton Report by Material, Application, and Geography Global Forecast to 2021 is a professional and comprehensive research report on the world’s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, United […]

20 Mar 19
News, Sports, Entertainment, Politics.

The Senate on Tuesday approved N30, 000 as the new national minimum wage with an appeal to the Federal Government to start the implementation immediately to prevent the organised labour from embarking on strike to demand the payment. The acting Chairman of the Senate ad-hoc committee on National Minimum Wage Bill, Senator Francis Alimikhena, while […]

20 Mar 19
ProFootballTalk

Vontaze Burfict wasn’t out of work long. Burfict was released by the Bengals on Monday, but he was on his way to Oakland to visit with the Raiders on Monday and that meeting was all it took for him to land another job. The Raiders announced that Burfict has signed with the team on Tuesday […]

20 Mar 19
Random Thoughts of an Ordinary Average Guy

I received something in the mail today that I have to admit I’ve been waiting on impatiently since the day I ordered it. For those that know me, and I’m realizing more and more, that’s a select few, you’ll know patience is not one of my virtues. What I was expecting was not anything major, […]

20 Mar 19
Inter Knowledge

The Food and Drug Administration is taking another look at breast implants because of renewed safety concerns. Reports of Breast Implant Illnesses Prompt Federal Review syndicated from https://triviaqaweb.blogspot.com/

20 Mar 19
Press Enterprise
San Bernardino police Capt. Rich Lawhead, a department veteran of 27 years, has been placed on paid leave pending an administrative investigation, the agency confirmed Tuesday, March 19. Department spokeswoman Sadie Albers would not comment on the investigation, saying it was a confidential personnel matter. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Lawhead declined to comment. Lawhead’s leave comes as the department proposes dramatic changes in the absence of its police chief, Jarrod Burguan, who has been out on medical leave since January following knee replacement surgery. On Tuesday evening, Mayor John Valdivia and acting police Chief Eric McBride were scheduled to share with the community on Facebook Live plans to open as many as five police substations around town to increase officer availability and reduce response times. That matter also will be addressed at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, along with a proposal to reopen the Police Department jail and contract out prisoner transportation services to private companies. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Burguan declined to comment. Albers said the plan is for Burguan to return as chief once he has been cleared for full duty. “I think he’s clear for light duty right now, but they’re waiting until he’s fully cleared,” Albers said. “He’s just in the tail end of his recovery right now.” A former Marine, Lawhead began his career with the department in February 1992 after working as a deputy for the San Diego County and Tulare County sheriffs’ departments. During his tenure in San Bernardino, Lawhead has worked as a patrolman, a motor officer, a bicycle officer, a cargo theft investigator, and in Problem-Oriented Policing. He also served as the lead investigator in the department’s Traffic Division and, over time, ascended the ranks. He was promoted to captain in January 2018, according to the city’s website. He now heads the Quality of Life Team and Community Affairs Division. Staff writer Brian Whitehead contributed to this report
20 Mar 19
Daily Bulletin
San Bernardino police Capt. Rich Lawhead, a department veteran of 27 years, has been placed on paid leave pending an administrative investigation, the agency confirmed Tuesday, March 19. Department spokeswoman Sadie Albers would not comment on the investigation, saying it was a confidential personnel matter. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Lawhead declined to comment. Lawhead’s leave comes as the department proposes dramatic changes in the absence of its police chief, Jarrod Burguan, who has been out on medical leave since January following knee replacement surgery. On Tuesday evening, Mayor John Valdivia and acting police Chief Eric McBride were scheduled to share with the community on Facebook Live plans to open as many as five police substations around town to increase officer availability and reduce response times. That matter also will be addressed at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, along with a proposal to reopen the Police Department jail and contract out prisoner transportation services to private companies. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Burguan declined to comment. Albers said the plan is for Burguan to return as chief once he has been cleared for full duty. “I think he’s clear for light duty right now, but they’re waiting until he’s fully cleared,” Albers said. “He’s just in the tail end of his recovery right now.” A former Marine, Lawhead began his career with the department in February 1992 after working as a deputy for the San Diego County and Tulare County sheriffs’ departments. During his tenure in San Bernardino, Lawhead has worked as a patrolman, a motor officer, a bicycle officer, a cargo theft investigator, and in Problem-Oriented Policing. He also served as the lead investigator in the department’s Traffic Division and, over time, ascended the ranks. He was promoted to captain in January 2018, according to the city’s website. He now heads the Quality of Life Team and Community Affairs Division. Staff writer Brian Whitehead contributed to this report
20 Mar 19
Precision K9 Work

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Specially-trained dogs from Montana are coming to Iowa to help round up a rare and threatened turtle species. The Iowa City Press-Citizen reports that the Bur Oak Land Trust is … Source: http://www.bing.com/news/apiclick.aspx?ref=FexRss&aid=&tid=41F4E5279B1F486B987452F307D32DF2&url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.chron.com%2fnews%2farticle%2fDogs-with-unique-training-to-help-round-up-rare-13695008.php&c=17286330316986892132&mkt=en-us

20 Mar 19
Trailblazers 3917

POTENTIAL Thomas Burke,  (Sergeant-At-Arms) called the meeting to order at 6:10 p.m. and led us in reciting Our Mission: We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. Tara McCoy-Jones (President) opened the meeting. She introduced Susan Franck as Toastmaster […]

20 Mar 19
SCNG
San Bernardino police Capt. Rich Lawhead, a department veteran of 27 years, has been placed on paid leave pending an administrative investigation, the agency confirmed Tuesday, March 19. Department spokeswoman Sadie Albers would not comment on the investigation, saying it was a confidential personnel matter. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Lawhead declined to comment. Lawhead’s leave comes as the department proposes dramatic changes in the absence of its police chief, Jarrod Burguan, who has been out on medical leave since January following knee replacement surgery. On Tuesday evening, Mayor John Valdivia and acting police Chief Eric McBride were scheduled to share with the community on Facebook Live plans to open as many as five police substations around town to increase officer availability and reduce response times. That matter also will be addressed at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, along with a proposal to reopen the Police Department jail and contract out prisoner transportation services to private companies. Reached by telephone Tuesday, Burguan declined to comment. Albers said the plan is for Burguan to return as chief once he has been cleared for full duty. “I think he’s clear for light duty right now, but they’re waiting until he’s fully cleared,” Albers said. “He’s just in the tail end of his recovery right now.” A former Marine, Lawhead began his career with the department in February 1992 after working as a deputy for the San Diego County and Tulare County sheriffs’ departments. During his tenure in San Bernardino, Lawhead has worked as a patrolman, a motor officer, a bicycle officer, a cargo theft investigator, and in Problem-Oriented Policing. He also served as the lead investigator in the department’s Traffic Division and, over time, ascended the ranks. He was promoted to captain in January 2018, according to the city’s website. He now heads the Quality of Life Team and Community Affairs Division. Staff writer Brian Whitehead contributed to this report
20 Mar 19
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Phenazine Global Market Size and Forecast to 2019 Phenazine Report by Material, Application, and Geography Global Forecast to 2021 is a professional and comprehensive research report on the world’s major regional market conditions, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, United Kingdom,Japan, South Korea and […]