NEWS ARCHIVE
Saturday, September 19th, 2015
CLASS 6A SUPER SIX Jackson, Patriots keep rolling - Arkansas Online — Arkansas Online CLASS 6A SUPER SIX Jackson, Patriots keep rolling Arkansas Online Quarterback Andre Sale watched the game with his left arm in a brace after fracturing a bone in his elbow in last week's loss to Cabot, and running back back Lance Harville-Thomas missed the game with a foot injury, according to Coach John Fogleman . and more »
Snow Camp teen pleads guilty to taking indecent liberties - Burlington Times News — Burlington Times News Snow Camp teen pleads guilty to taking indecent liberties Burlington Times News GRAHAM — A Snow Camp teenager pleaded guilty to taking indecent liberties with a minor and was placed on probation. Jacob Anthony Sullivan, 17, was charged Jan. 1 with inappropriately touching a girl younger than 13. He was 16 at the time — the age ...
Jackson, Patriots keep rolling - Northwest Arkansas News — Northwest Arkansas News Jackson, Patriots keep rolling Northwest Arkansas News Quarterback Andre Sale watched the game with his left arm in a brace after fracturing a bone in his elbow in last week's loss to Cabot, and running back back Lance Harville-Thomas missed the game with a foot injury, according to Coach John Fogleman .
AHS swarms ER's Jaron Letterlough. PHOTO BY PAUL CHURCH - Asheboro Courier Tribune — Asheboro Courier Tribune AHS swarms ER's Jaron Letterlough. PHOTO BY PAUL CHURCH Asheboro Courier Tribune The Patriots will use a pair of quarterbacks tonight in Landon Bare and Cody Fogleman . Martin hopes one steps up in the next few weeks. “I have all the confidence in the world in both of them,” Martin said. “Sometimes it's good for a quarterback to sit ...
Martinsville's class of 1965 marks 50-year reunion - Reporter-Times — Reporter-Times Martinsville's class of 1965 marks 50-year reunion Reporter-Times ... Mike Redmond, Stephanie Rehling Eckert, Toni Rendleman Lusk, Blanche Richardson Miles, Jim Ritter, Elaine Roe Hacker, Dave Rusie, Darrell Shafer, Cheryl Sink Fogleman , Steve Stevens, Gloria Stewart Miller, Kathy Teeters Placke, Pat Thacker Griffin, ...
Compassionate cosmetology | Salon owner dedicates 25 years to Look Good Feel ... - Myrtle Beach Sun News — Myrtle Beach Sun News Compassionate cosmetology | Salon owner dedicates 25 years to Look Good Feel ... Myrtle Beach Sun News Cosmetologist and salon owner Tami Floyd- Fogleman has received the National Sunrise Award for American Cancer Society through her volunteer work helping women with cancer through the Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) program. Floyd- Fogleman colors ...
Don't be the next Baylor: Risk management pays off - CBSSports.com — CBSSports.com Don't be the next Baylor: Risk management pays off CBSSports.com “Professor Counseller's inquiry of our programs and processes concluded when he decided that there appeared to be sufficient reason to engage outside counsel,” Baylor spokesman Lori Fogleman said in an email. “The president [Starr] had full confidence ...
Maysville man arrested by KSP on rape charges - Ledger Independent — Maysville man arrested by KSP on rape charges Ledger Independent According to Kentucky State Police Morehead Post, at 2:58 p.m. KSP Trooper Mike Fogleman arrested Alan M. Bryant, 32, after an investigation in conjunction with Mason County Department of Social Services. Bryant was taken to Mason County Detention ...
Giant fountain bowl in place at Baylor after epic journey - Waco Tribune-Herald — Waco Tribune-Herald Giant fountain bowl in place at Baylor after epic journey Waco Tribune-Herald Baylor spokeswoman Lori Fogleman said the fountain plaza is shaping up to be a defining feature of campus. “The Fifth Street project will significantly transform the infrastructure and aesthetics of one of the most meaningful spaces on our campus,” she ...
Best Flashy Liquor Board Ruling: Closing Craig's/Favorites Pub - Baltimore City Paper — Best Flashy Liquor Board Ruling: Closing Craig's/Favorites Pub Baltimore City Paper The post-Steve Fogleman , pre-Larry Hogan Baltimore City Liquor License Board, led by Thomas Ward, upheaved a number of liquor-license holders who seemed to be skirting policy, and the board easily outstripped its predecessor in terms of violations ... and more »