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Tower , MN 55790
(218) 753-6593
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Scott Dixon leads Indianapolis 500 at halfway point - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Scott Dixon drives past the tower at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. (Jonathan Ferrey / Getty Images for NASCAR / May 27, 2012) By Jim Peltz May 27, 2012, 10:59 a.m. INDIANAPOLIS — Scott Dixon led the Indianapolis 500 at the halfway point Sunday, and teammate Dario Franchitti surged back to second place after suffering early trouble in the pits. Ryan Hunter-Reay was running third, Graham Rahal fourth and Justin W...

Indianapolis Indians' 7-game win streak snapped in shutout loss - Indianapolis Star

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Scranton (41-36) took a 2-0 lead in the third on a leadoff home run by Gustavo Molina and a two-out RBI single by Jack Cust. Ronnie Mustelier added an RBI fielder’s choice in the fifth and Cust a towering solo homer to right in the seventh. The Yankees finished with 10 hits with Cust and Kevin Russo combining for six, each going 3-for-4. Jeff Clement was 2-for-4 for the Tribe, which left two runners on base in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. “You can’t create a seven-game win streak in one day,” Clement said. “(Today) we’ll show up ready to play, ready to get back on the winning track. “We’ve got a great team. Our starting pitching is good. Every single guy we send out there gives us a chance to win. Locke didn’t have his best stuff (Sunday), but he still gave us a chance to win. We just weren’t able to get any runs on the board.” Pirates recall MorrisThe Pittsburgh Pirates recalled Tribe right-hander Bryan Morris (1-2, 2.28 ERA) and optioned infielder Jordy Mercer to Indianapolis on Sunday.

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
When he stepped down in 1993, he was the only African-American judge serving in the county. As a soft-spoken young lawyer in solo practice, then in the public defender's office, Judge White literally towered over opposing lawyers, standing nearly 6 feet 8. "He was a huge man and his heart was just as big," said former Circuit Judge Ray E. Ulmer Jr., who served as an assistant state attorney before a career on the bench. "Once in a while, you would look across at a sentencing when there would be some young fellow going off to prison, and he'd have a big old tear in his eye." After serving for years as chief assistant in the public defender's office, Judge White won a county judgeship in 1976. "He had an ideal temperament for a judge,"...

Business networking event hosted by Staten Island Economic ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Doolan of TD Bank, the program’s primary sponsor, said the idea is to create a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. AnneMarie Mannino and Aprillynne Cruz, both directors of community relations for Sunrise Towers Assisted Living Center, were more than happy to be on hand. Said Ms. Mannino: “It’s a great opportunity to get our name out there and meet people and let them know what Sunrise is all about.” ...

Birmingham's Michael Thompson shoots 66 to lead U.S. Open, Tiger ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mickelson and reigning Masters champion Watson. All the roars belonged to Woods. Woods was in complete control of his game, finding fairways, sticking greens and avoiding the thick rough and towering trees that line the course built on the side of a hill across the street from the Pacific Ocean. He opened with five straight pars until his approach on the par-4 14th bounced off the tiny green and into the thick rough, forcing him to settle for bogey. That was one of the few mistakes he made all day. With the marine layer hovering above the grounds and San Francisco's steep hills in the backdrop at the start, Woods kept his drives in the narrow fairways and surgically worked his way through the course. He holed a 45-foot birdie putt on the par-4 5th, bringing the gallery roaring to its feet the way only he can. Woods, not always straight on his first shot, mixed driver and irons off the tee throughout his round on a course that is not particularly long for this championship. The only downside through his stretch of pars: he two putted each time. Thompson was anything but conservative on this course. After all, he knows it well. Thompson lost 2 and 1 to Colt Knost in a grueling 36-hole finale at the U.S. Amateur here five years ago, and hadn't played a meaningful round on the Lake Course until after he qualified for the U.S. Open last week. Thompson piled up three bogeys on his front eight -- the USGA sent players off holes No. 1 and No. 9 instead of the usual 10th during the first two rounds because of the close proximity to the clubhouse -- and looked lost for long stretches. Instead...

Robert E. Hirschfield went to work at his family's Bay City scrap business in 1946 -

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Hirschfield's countless list of customers - located primarily in the Tri-Cities and within a 100-mile radius - includes General Motors, Delphi, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning and Tower Automotive. Ben A. Eisbart, executive vice president of administration for OmniSource said the acquisition fits nicely into his company's expansion plans for Michigan. "It's a scrap-rich area and an area where there is heavy industry, which uses metal in processing of their end product, " Eisbart said. "Plus, it's just a beautiful little community." Eisbart said none of Hirschfield's 45 employees will be replaced. "Our philosophy is that if there are good people in place, leave them in place, " he said. "In our growth strategy, there is opportunity up there, and our goal is to add people to an already good work force." Eisbart said the name of the scrap yard now is OmniSource-Bay City. The Hirschfield name will eventually be phased out. Hirschfield and Rosenberg also plan to stay on at the company as consultants during a period of transition they say will last about one year. After that, both men plan to retire and stay in the area. "I don't have any separation thoughts, " said Hirschfield ...

Kentucky Wildcats top NCAA basketball tournament field - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
They have outscored opponents by an average of 14.2 points. Syracuse’s biggest weakness is its rebounding, an area in which North Carolina and Michigan State excel. UNC has twin towers in Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Tyler Zeller, who is 7-0, and 6-11 John Henson Zeller averages 16.2 points and 9.2 rebounds; Henson 13.8 points, 10.1 rebounds and nearly three blocked shots a game. UNC lost Sunday’s ACC title game to Florida State 85-82, as because Henson missed the game with a sore left wrist. North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he expects Henson to return Friday against Lamar or Vermont. Duke, a No. 2 seed in South, also missed a key player over the weekend. Forward Ryan Kelly missed the ACC tournament because of a sprained right foot. Neither Duke nor Ohio State, a No. 2 seed in the East, should be counted out of making a deep tournament run. Kansas, the Big 12 regular season champ, is a strong No. 2 in the Midwest behind All-American Thomas Robinson and point guard Tyshawn Taylor. Missouri’s Tigers, with a new coach in Frank Haith and only seven scholarship players, issued a reminder that they are in the midst of a memorable final season in the Big 12 (they will head to the SEC in July) by beating Baylor for the league tournament title. “Some people would say we’re small,” senior Kim English said. “I say we’re fast. Some people would say we don’t have depth inside. I would say we have most efficient big man in the country (in Ricardo Ratliffe).” As for those who question whether a team with a short-handed roster can muster the stamina to reach the Final Four, English said, “Words are irrelevant. We can shoot.” ...

Rupert Cornwell: Why Republicans need another Ike to lead them - The Independent

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
The design, it was argued, placed too much stress on where he came from, and too little on what he did. Most galling, appar-ently, is the fact that the one actual statue of this towering 20th-century figure will show him not as general or president, but as a small boy. The idea is reasonable: to convey "the dreams of a barefoot boy" that Eisenhower evoked in his speech to the citizens of Abilene in 1945, as the homecoming hero who'd organised the defeat of Nazi Germany. Because, he explained, "no man is really a man who has lost out of himself all of the boy". For critics, though, the concept is a travesty. For what it's worth, I tend to agree. But happily, a wonderful new biography of Eisenhower has just appeared, reminding us just why a leader, long considered inept and out of touch and fonder of the golf course than in dealing with America's problems, is now ranked by many historians as one of the most admirable of modern presidents. Jean Edward Smith in Eisenhower in War and Peace lauds Ike's role as Supreme Commander as he coped with the giant political egos of Roosevelt and Churchill above him, and the barely smaller ones of Montgomery, Patton and other subordinate generals. But it is Eisenhower's presidency that really comes into focus. The accomplishments include the protection and expansion of social security, the creation of the interstate highway network, the founding of Nasa...

I'd rather be right than President; Will Rogers - Marshall County Tribune

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
He's not called back. What's your question? Please write your question with an indelible marker on a new desk top computer tower, or the electronic brain box that's compatible with our system at the Tribune, or on the bottom of the keyboard (but not across the screen) and mail it to Newsroom, Marshall County Tribune, Lewisburg Public Square. Or mail a letter, send an e-mail or call me. Contact information is on page 2. These views are the author's and not necessarily reflective of the Tribune's views.? ...

Bruce Herman, Worker Training Expert, Dies at 54

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
After the World Trade Center was destroyed, in 2001, he devoted himself to helping the families of the 79 workers at Windows on the World, the restaurant atop one of the towers, who were killed, and to finding jobs for the 350 Windows workers who survived. As a top official of the Center for Workforce and Economic Development, a New York nonprofit group, he arranged the first grant to underwrite the Restaurant Opportunities Center, which helped unemployed restaurant workers find jobs after the Sept. 11 attack. He later lined up more than $500,000 in investment for Colors, an unusual cooperatively owned restaurant in Greenwich Village founded by former Windows on the World workers. Bruce Gregory Herman was born on March 23, 1957, in Lancaster, Pa., the son of Samuel and Arlene Herman. After graduating from Penn Manor High School, in Millersville, Pa., he attended Dickinson College, where he received a bachelor’s degree in political science. He obtained a master’s degree in political science at Columbia University. He married Jennifer Kleinberg in 1998, and is survived by her; their three sons, Luke, Taylor and Carter; his parents; two brothers, Michael and Steven; and two sisters, Sandra Herman and Christine Fisher. From 1991 to 1998, Mr. Herman was president of the Garment Industry Development Corporation. “He really turned it into a major force,” said Bruce Raynor, former president of Unite Here, t... (New York Times)

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