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Interview with Jim Johnson candidate for New Jersey Governor

Jim Johnson grew up in Montclair, NJ. According to his website jimjohnson4governor.com Jim served as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York, successfully prosecuting violent drug dealers, white-collar tax evasion, and organized crime – including members of the Genovese crime family and drug dealers who tried to assassinate an undercover detective. 1,072 more words

Baltimore Co. Police Chief Retires; Fmr. Chief Fills Vacancy

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A former Baltimore County chief of police will be returning to fill the open police chief job left behind by retiring Chief Jim Johnson. 259 more words

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Have the Atlanta Braves discovered the secret of the ooze?

Only three teams– the Rockies, Tigers, and Phillies– declined to participate in the transaction frenzy that concluded on August 1’s non-waiver trade deadline, which means that, yes, even the lowly Braves were in on the action. 444 more words

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Names to Watch for August Trades

The August 1st Trading Deadline for Major League Baseball came and went on Monday with much fanfare, but none from the Braves, which made their big moves on July 27th and July 30th. 1,173 more words

Atlanta Braves

Story's 2 Home Runs Leads Rockies Over Braves, 8-4

DENVER (AP) – Trevor Story looked up to Troy Tulowitzki as he climbed through the Colorado Rockies’ minor leagues. Now he’s looking down at his mentor after another big night at the plate. 709 more words

Sports

Jon Gray's Stellar Performance Spoiled In 1-0 Loss To Braves

ATLANTA (The Sports Xchange) – Chase d’Arnaud came through in dramatic fashion to make sure that the Atlanta Braves were not swept in a series at home by the Colorado Rockies for the first time since 1997. 802 more words

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Odonates... pond-side treasures

I admire people who have a wealth of knowledge and are generous in the way they share it with others.  Jim Johnson is one of those folks… he possesses a treasure trove of information about odonates: dragonflies and damselflies. 961 more words

Oregon Master Naturalist