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Friday, November 28th, 2014
Former CSAF Fogleman honored for contributions to airpower - Air Force Link — Air Force Link Former CSAF Fogleman honored for contributions to airpower Air Force Link Retired Gen. Arthur Lichte, left, assists former Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman and his wife, Miss Jane, as they unveil Fogleman's bust during a ceremony at the Airlift/Tanker Association's Walk of Fame Oct. 9, 2014, at Scott Air ...
Western Bypass right-of-way in process of being sold - Charlottesville Tomorrow — Western Bypass right-of-way in process of being sold Charlottesville Tomorrow Fogleman said many properties were unsellable because no one was quite sure if the bypass would ever be built. She sought to sell a house she owns on Woodhurst Court in 2011 at a time when most people considered the bypass to be dormant.
Audit: City finances in good shape - Shelbyville Daily Union — Audit: City finances in good shape Shelbyville Daily Union Commission Brent Fogleman asked if that should be a concern. “No, that amount doesn't concern me,” Brown said. “The area banks are sound. I'd be more worried if one of the banks were in trouble.” “I'm happy with the audit,” said City Treasurer Kelly ...
Former CSAF Fogleman honored today for contributions to air power - 62nd Airlift Wing — 62nd Airlift Wing Former CSAF Fogleman honored today for contributions to air power 62nd Airlift Wing 10/9/2014 - SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Rainy weather couldn't dampen the spirits of those who attended the unveiling of a bronze bust of former Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman , who was recognized today for his contributions to the ...
Fogleman gets his judgeship - Baltimore Brew — Fogleman gets his judgeship Baltimore Brew Fogleman , who unsuccessfully challenged City State's Attorney Patrica C. Jessamy in the 2006 Democratic primary, was appointed to the three-member Board of Liquor License Commissioners by Gov. Martin O'Malley in 2007, along with fellow members ... Chairman of city liquor board steps down for judicial post on the Orphans' Court Baltimore Sun all 4 news articles »
Former CSAF Fogleman to be honored in ceremony Oct. 9 - 62nd Airlift Wing — 62nd Airlift Wing Former CSAF Fogleman to be honored in ceremony Oct. 9 62nd Airlift Wing 10/1/2014 - SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Senior leaders, Airmen, friends and family will convene here Oct. 9 to witness the unveiling of a bronze bust in honor of former Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Ronald R. Fogleman in the Mobility Memorial Park.
'Blind Side' couple to speak at Baylor lecture series - Waco Tribune-Herald — Waco Tribune-Herald 'Blind Side' couple to speak at Baylor lecture series Waco Tribune-Herald Fogleman said while the past speakers have primarily had backgrounds in politics or academia, drawing on Starr's contacts from his law and teaching career before coming to Baylor, the university worked jointly with the BGCT to select a speaker who ...
Tauriga Sciences Inc. Appoints General Ronald R. Fogleman, USAF, Retired, as ... - GlobeNewswire (press release) — Tauriga Sciences Inc. Appoints General Ronald R. Fogleman , USAF, Retired, as ... GlobeNewswire (press release) Commenting on his advisory board appointment, General Fogleman expressed, "It is a pleasure to work with an emerging technology company such as Tauriga Sciences and its talented and highly motivated management team. I am excited to evaluate ... and more »
Fogleman falls short in quest for Orphans' Court judgeship - Baltimore Brew — Fogleman falls short in quest for Orphans' Court judgeship Baltimore Brew After seven years on his high-visibility platform – chairing the Baltimore City Liquor Board – Stephan W. Fogleman failed to get enough votes in yesterday's Democratic Party primary to secure a position as a judge on the Baltimore City Orphans' Court.
Readers: Too far on immigration executive order? - Journal and Courier — Journal and Courier Readers: Too far on immigration executive order? Journal and Courier Mike Fogleman . West Lafayette. •The president asked Congress a year or more ago to develop an immigration bill. They did not. He followed up as he said he would. Great move for many millions of people needing some clarity on their status. Bud Wang. and more »