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411 West Lyon Street
Marshall , MN 56258
(507) 532-4522
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Richmond Circuit Court appoints gay judge - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mr. Thorne-Begland is well-qualified to serve on the bench,” McDonnell spokesman Tucker Martin said in an e-mail. “He congratulates him on the appointment.” The move infuriated Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince William), who with the Family Foundation of Virginia helped persuade the General Assembly to reject Thorne-Begland’s nomination. “I think it’s highly imprudent and arrogant on their part,” Marshall said. “I hope Virginia understands what’s going on here: They’re contesting the authority of the General Assembly. .?.?. This is an act of defiance on their part. When appointed officials get in fights with elected officials, they invariably lose.” Richard D. Taylor, chief judge of the Circuit Court, issued a one-page order appointing Thorne-Begland to the General District Court of Richmond, beginning July 1 and ending 30 days after the start of the next General Assembly session. “I am humbled by the Circuit Court’s decision,” Thorne-Begland said in a statement. “I look forward to serving the citizens of the City of Richmond as a jurist, and over the coming months, I hope that my service provides comfort to all Virginians that I remain committed to the faithful application of the laws and Constitutions of Virginia and the United States of America.” The appointment c...

George K. McKinney, U.S. marshal - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. Marshal Service for the District of Maryland was directed by the U.S. attorney general to "assume and manage all security operations" at BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport, his daughter said.The airport remained under Mr. McKinney's purview for 60 days until it was taken over by the Maryland National Guard and then the Transportation Security Administration.

Cincinnati Reds - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bray. Both Span and Revere are left-handed hitters."That's part of his job," Baker said. "I wanted to get him in a less-pressurized situation. I didn't want to use (Sean) Marshall that early."Bray had been out since April 19, first with a groin problem, then with a back ailment. He was sidelined much longer than expected."I tried to push through it," he said. "It messed up everything else. My back started hurting. My arm started hurting. It took awhile to figure out what was wrong. We made some minor changes in my mechanics, and everything started feeling better."Sadly, it just took so long to get the kinks ironed out."If Bray can get back to form, he should be a help.He was 5-3 with a 2.98 ERA last year. Left-handers only hit .180 off him. Through Friday, he has made six appearances for Cincinnati this year, and he's all...

BayBears back: 10 home games vs. Birmingham and Huntsville - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Krauss (9). Pitching-wise, Mobile has a 3.33 ERA. The staff has combined for five shutouts, but no pitcher has thrown a complete game yet. They don't need to as the bullpen has 20 saves, led by Evan Marshall's 11. Birmingham comes in next to last in the North Division and losers in 7 of 11 series. Individually, they feature the Chicago White Sox's outfielder Jarred Mitchell, who played collegiately at LSU and was considered their top prospect before a broken ankle sidelined him for the entire 2010 season. He has a league-leading 8 triples. Barons shortstop Tyler Saladino leads the league with 20 stolen bases. He's their No. 8 prospect. Here is tonight's starting lineup for Mobile: Note the DH is in play with an American League affiliate. 1. Evan Frey, cf 2. David Nick, 2b 3. Matt Davidson, 3b 4. Marc Krauss, 1b 5. Alferdo Marte, rf 6. Brent Clevlen, lf 7. Yazy Arbelo, dh 8. Ed Easley, c 9. Dan Kaczrowski, ss 10. Conrad Flynn, P ...

Ryan Wilfong to lead Greenville Tech campus police - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
DiMaggio said a search committee sifted through 27 applicants, trimming the list to four, from which Wilfong was selected. Wilfong holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Marshall University and a master’s in management from Indiana Wesleyan University, according to Mann. He has certifications from the FBI, the U.S. Justice Department and a variety of other advanced certifications, according to Tech. Wilfong began his law-enforcement career in 1988 with the Marshall University Police in West Virginia, followed by a stint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Police in Kentucky, Mann said. Tech’s new chief succeeds Randy Evett, who resigned in February, according to DiMaggio. “He resigned for personal reasons,” she said. Evett couldn’t be reached for comment.

Ryan Wilfong to lead Greenville Tech campus police - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
DiMaggio said a search committee sifted through 27 applicants, trimming the list to four, from which Wilfong was selected. Wilfong holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Marshall University and a master’s in management from Indiana Wesleyan University, according to Mann. He has certifications from the FBI, the U.S. Justice Department and a variety of other advanced certifications, according to Tech. Wilfong began his law-enforcement career in 1988 with the Marshall University Police in West Virginia, followed by a stint with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Police in Kentucky, Mann said. Tech’s new chief succeeds Randy Evett, who resigned in February, according to DiMaggio. “He resigned for personal reasons,” she said. Evett couldn’t be reached for comment.

Watching the Cubs in Arizona - Canton Daily Ledger

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Wells, Rodrigo Lopez and Casey Coleman have looked good too. At least they won't have to go to the Mexican League for starters this year.The bullpen is a little more intriguing. There is no Sean Marshall this year. Kerry Wood is professional as always. But Carlos Marmol leaves you scratching your head as a closer. And the question becomes, how do you get the ball to Kerry Wood in the eighth inning?HittingThis could be interesting. Will Soriano swing at every breaking ball thrown to him? Can Bryan LaHair handle playing a full season at the major league level? Is Starlin Castro another Soriano in waiting? Will Geovany Soto suffer from the sophomore slump that has afflicted him for the last three seasons? Will any of the Cubs take more than two pitches in an at bat? Will anyone on this team learn to bunt or hit behind a runner? These questions and many more will be answered in April. I can tell you one thing: I don't think that any player will be around long in Chicago if they don't perform and that is a difference from years past.DefenseThe Chicago Cubs were the worst team on defense in the major leagues in 2011. So they have to be better . . . . right? Well if it has anything to do with fundamental work then they should be. As long as the ball isn't hit to left field 27 times, things will improve. But will they improve enough? Probably not.Cub FansThe best tee-shirt I ever bought was in Cooperstown in 2006. It simply said on the front, "Chicago Cubs/ Any Team Can Have a Bad Century." Cub fans have a great sense of humor. And why not. We have heard every possible joke about our team that has ever been told.Cub fans are self-deprecating. They are always finding humor in the Cubs' failings and in their loyal support of those failings.But we have hoped for far too long.ConstantsThere are a few constants that most Cub fans in Mesa share. They are glad Theo and Jed  are running things. They are glad that Zambrano is gone. They hope that Soriano hits well so that some American League team will pick him up as a designated hitter. And they are willing to give the new regime a chance.New Kids on the BlockTony Campana is the darling of the fans. He hustles and that is something new to the Cub faithful. But unfortunately he can't steal first base and as long as he is hitting lazy fly balls to left field, he will be a pinch runner at best.Brett Jackson will soon be pressuring for a regular outfield spot. He has decent power and won’t be at AAA long.Anthony Rizzo was impressive at first base. He stayed late on a couple of practice days to take extra grounders. He has a good stick and is a solid defensive first baseman.Michael Vitters will be pushing from the minors for time at third base. He was the real reason not to sign Aramis Ramirez.There are a couple of kids that will probably start at AA this season. But watch as their stock rises. They are shortst...

Pitts had vivid artistic vision

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
AVID Technology software that helped him work on future projects. Mr. Pitts was born in Chicago, but he and his mother, Johnnie Mae Pitts, moved to the small community of Waterford in Marshall County, Miss., when Mr. Pitts was a young boy. The move meant that young Rod could indulge his love of movies only by watching films on TV or with road trips to Memphis. After graduating from Potts Camp High School, Mr. Pitts enrolled at the University of Memphis, earning a degree as a film major. "He was a wonderful student, and incredibly serious from day one," said University of Memphis film professor David Appleby, who remembered that one night shortly after 9/11 he received a surprising phone call: Mr. Pitts and a fellow film student had been picked up by the police as suspicious characters because they were shooting footage of the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge. "I had to explain to the officers that Rod was, in fact, a film student," Appleby said. Mr. Pitts' 2001 short "Rock and a Hard Place" -- a dark comedy about a budding serial killer -- was his first work to gain any notice, when it was screened during the 2001 Indie Memphis Film Festival. His 2006 shorts "Imagine" and "The Survivor" also had scary or supernatural themes. He worked as an editor, director of photography and producer on numerous projects, in addition to making his own films. In 2008, Mr. Pitts had the first of several strokes, and also faced health problems related to asthma and high blood pressure. Partial and then essentially full paralysis hit in 2010. Mr. Pitts was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a mysterious auto-immune disorder. Last ... (The Commercial Appeal)

Could Kansas State's Martin top USC's list as Horn's replacement? - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
CBS games Saturday and Sunday. Another relatively unknown mid-major coach on the rise doesn’t feel like the right way to go even with former successful Winthrop Coach Gregg Marshall succeeding again at Wichita State. The Omaha World-Herald recently reported Marshall turned down an offer of $2 million per year to coach at Nebraska and that may have something to do with his name not being connected to the South Carolina search. The Omaha newspaper reported Marshall earns $900,000 plus bonuses from Wichita State and has a contract that runs through 2018 that automatically renews each year. That adds up to six more guaranteed years so the price to get Marshall out of Wichita State might be prohibitive even for Hyman who has implemented several strategies to bump up Carolina’s reserve funds. Hyman said last week his department is in the kind of financial position that will allow it to pay for a proven major college coach. That translates to the $2 million range, but buying out Marshall might be an unreasonable expenditure. To me, the next coach should be Martin, son of Cuban immigrants from Miami who was an assistant at Cincinnati to Coach Bob Huggins, followed him to Kansas State and then took over when Huggins left for West Virginia. (Page 2 o...

Emma Jean Buck — North Mankato

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Methodist Hospital in Rochester.Emma is survived by her parents, Dannelle Boley and Christopher Buck of North Mankato; grandparents, Darrell and Wanda Boley of Dexter and Steven and Sally Buck of Marshall; great-grandparents, Shirley Hinsch of Sargent, Lawrence and Janet Boley of Byron, Darlene Schuler of Marshall and Donald and Mary Buck of Edina; her aunt, Kimberly (Andy) Binsfeld of Paynesville; and uncle, Matthew Boley (Ashley Kester) of Dexter; and many other great-aunts and uncles, cousins an... (Post Bulletin)




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