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Selecting New Staff? Look for Leaders.

The international school sector is an exciting playground for not only honing leadership skills but acquiring new ones. It is at this time of year when the focus begins to look at recruitment; both retaining and employing new staff. 283 more words

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CCHS track coach Mark Dennis to compete Saturday at Liberty University

Culpeper County High School track and field coach Mark Dennis will take the track with two of his former athletes Saturday at Liberty University in Lynchburg. 188 more words

Kaufman Killer's Wife Pleads Guilty

KAUFMAN COUNTY, Texas — She was the key witness at the trial of her estranged husband Eric Williams.

Her blow-by-blow testimony on how he carried out three murders and then celebrated with a steak dinner convinced jurors to convict him in less than two hours and send him to death row. 143 more words


Williams Pleads Guilty To Mark Hasse's Murder, Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison

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KAUFMAN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Kim Williams pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to the murder of Kaufman County assistant DA Mark Hasse, nearly two years after it happened. 456 more words


Killer's Wife Pleads Guilty In Texas DA Murder Case

KAUFMAN, Texas (AP) — A North Texas woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to murder and was sentenced to 40 years in prison after earlier testifying that she helped her husband gun down a district attorney, his wife and a top assistant in a revenge plot. 376 more words


Kim Williams Pleads Guilty To Murder In Kaufman Killings

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KAUFMAN COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM)– Eric Williams’ estranged wife and accomplice Kim Williams pled guilty on Tuesday morning to a reduced charge of first degree murder and agreed to a sentence of 40 years. 361 more words


Woman To Plead Guilty In Texas DA Murder Case

KAUFMAN, Texas (AP) — The estranged wife of a former justice of the peace in North Texas is expected to plead guilty to murder in connection with the 2013 slayings of a district attorney, his wife and a top prosecutor. 304 more words