Beaudet (Baylor); Julia M. Zachary and Elizabeth A. Thom (George Washington); Lawrence D. AGGRAVATED ROBBERY, RIDGE PLEASANT VALLEY ROADS: A Parma man, 21, said he was in his vehicle stopped at a red light when a robber walked up to his pickup truck, placed a handgun to his head and demanded his wallet. July 8. The man said his car was in the curb lane, westbound on Pleasant Valley at Ridge.
121 The number of times Reid has walked onto the field at either the Vet or the Linc as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles (playoffs included). As Tim pointed out this morning, barring a monumental upset, Reid will coach his final home game here Sunday afternoon when the Birds host the Redskins. For weeks now, fans have been lectured by the national media about how it going to miss Reid when he gone.
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection for the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection cautions residents about two scams you are more likely to see in the upcoming months. Michelle Reinen says vacation packages and home improvements are something scammers attack with gusto. She recommends doing your research if you are planning a vacation and finding out what is included in so called all inclusive vacation packages.
There are many untapped science projects in the realm of magnets. People do things involving the solar system and our planet, but they never really go into the magnetic field of our world and other planets. The reason that a compass works and that we can use it to find our way is due to the magnetic field of the earth.
On Friday, January 15th, 65 year old Gordon Earnest Reeve from Castlegar was up on the hill skiing with friends in the Paradise area. While coming down through the trees in the “Inagadadavida” trees alongside Southern Belle, he became separated from his group. His friends waited at the bottom of the Paradise Chair for him to catch up.
In March, while retracing the footsteps of Robert Peary, Matthew Henson, and Otto Sverdrup, Steger team of six young leaders (no one is over 28) will be dogsledding 1,400 miles over 60 days to document the sorry state of ice in the Arctic. “It all has to do with social engagement. We don have ten years to take action against global warming,” said Steger, who hopes his hand picked team (which includes Nat Geo Young Explorer grantees Ben Horton, 24, and Sarah McNair Landry, 21) can bring the message to a new audience.