Following an exhaustive search resulting in 32 applicants and eight final candidates, the Palmer Township Board of Supervisors appointed Robert Williams to be the township's newest chief administrator, effective March 4, at its Monday meeting.
Driver killed in multiple-vehicle crash in Muskegon County
The Muskegon County Sheriff's Office said a driver was killed after hitting the back of a truck that was stopped at a traffic signal. It happened at the intersection of E. Apple Avenue and S. Maple Island Road in Egelston Township just before 6:00 p. m. Friday. Deputies said the driver of a work van was heading westbound on E. Apple Avenue and didn't stop at the red traffic signal, rear-ending a pickup truck that was stopped at the intersection.
Day Care Owner Sentenced to 10 Years Probation in Case Where Child Found Hanging
The judge cited Nataliia Karia's mental health as the reason she should not serve prison time, according to a KSTP crew at the sentencing ...
Dairy farm wants permit for 10,000 cows
March 4, 2017 FORESTVILLE - The largest dairy farm in Door County is making plans to eventually milk 10,000 cows. S & S Jerseyland Dairy near Forestville is asking the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to renew its permit for the operation, which currently has about 6,400 cows. Jerseyland general manager Randy Schmidt says its asking the DNR for a permit that will allow the farm to expand to more than 10,000 cows in the years ahead. Many of the 100 people attending a public hearing Thursday expressed concern about the environment, spreading cow manure, and possible groundwater contamination. Schmidt says the operation contributes to the local economy through taxes and payroll and is a good steward of the land. The DNR is expected to make a decision on the permit next month.
Woman arrested after violently attacking parents for not taking her to Outback Steakhouse, police...
A Florida woman has been arrested for attacking her parents because they refused to take her to an Outback Steakhouse for dinner Wednesday, police said.
American Woman Shot And Killed On Los Indios Bridge
Officials say it was a U.S. citizen who was shot and killed on the Los Indios International Bridge last week. The victim was in a vehicle that came under fire during the noon hour Thursday just south of the U.S.-Mexico boundary. She’s been identified as Rocio Aldrete, who worked as a notary public for a transmigrante business in Los Indios. Three other people were wounded. The motive for the attack isn’t clear, but transmigrantes are frequent targets of robbers. Tamaulipas police are continuing to investigate the deadly attack. Posted in
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Dodger Stadium Fight Leaves Father Of 4 On Life Support With Fractured Skull
45-year-old father of four, Rafael Reyna, is on life support with a fractured skull after being involved in a fight in the Dodger Stadium parking lot following Friday's extra innings game.
Twin Falls Shopko Pharmacy Closed; All Prescriptions Transferred
As of Wednesday (January 30) the Shopko Pharmacy at 1485 Pole Line East is no longer in business.
Man critical, another jailed after fight in Sunbury |
SUNBURY – A Snyder County man is jailed and another man is in critical condition after a fight in Sunbury early Sunday morning. According to The Daily Item, the incident occurred just after 4 a.m. along South Third Street. They say 36-year-old Jay Boyer of Middleburg was involved in a fight with another man, Brian Cox. The Daily Item reports, the two men were first seen inside a social club on Third Street, then seen outside the club. That’s when video shows Boyer strike Cox in the face and head. Police say they then found Cox unresponsive on the ground; he’s said to be in critical condition at Geisinger.