As I've said the past few weeks, I think the gap between the top 7-8 teams and the rest of the field seems to be growing. A lot of teams lost near the bottom of my ballot last week, and though I would have been fine only ranking 20 teams this week, we're required to submit 25.
Meridian, Idaho – February 16, 2015 After three years of actively considering options for Starlight Mountain Theatre, owner R. Ed Davis finalized a partnership agreement with The Bolton Company. The deal, which has been in the works since last September, strengthens the theatre company and allows for growth in the coming years in exchange for an ownership stake.
So, you have heard about the Red Cross holding a Blood Drive and wondered, “What's that all about?” Let me give you a quick overview. Almost every day of the week Red Cross Collection Teams spread out across the country to collect blood. There is a huge need and often blood supplies are very low. The blood that people donate is used in a number of ways to help accident victims, to help fight disease and for medical research.
When I was a student at the University of Minnesota’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, I spent a semester as a student reporter at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. And one of the crime reporters (the “Strib,” as it’s known, has more crime reporters than the Idaho Press-Tribune has total reporters) once told me something that stuck with me: “A good day at work for a crime reporter is by definition the worst day of someone else’s life.”
It’s been said sometimes you dig a $100 hole for a $10 tree. While you probably won’t get a tree for $10, taking time to plant correctly will make all the difference in the health and longevity of your new tree.
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Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli, left, and coach Romeo Crennel stand together before an NFL football game against the Carolina Panthers at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. On Saturday, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher thanked Pioli and Belcher for giving him a chance in the NFL, before he turned away and fatally shot himself. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga)
Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 1:19 pm
Updated: 1:45 pm, Fri Dec 7, 2012.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police say Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher spent some of his final hours sleeping in his car outside the home of another woman whom he described as his "girlfriend."
Police spokesman Darin Snapp said Tuesday that the woman's apartment complex was about 10 miles from the home where Belcher shot and killed the mother of his 3-month-old daughter, 22-year-old Kasandra Perkins. Belcher then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and killed himself in front of team officials.
Snapp says the officers who found Belcher sleeping in his car around 2:50 a.m. Saturday determined that he didn't have any outstanding warrants. He says Belcher made a phone call and that a woman let him into the building a few minutes later.