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This Day In 1915...

On Friday, August 27, 1915, tragedy struck General John Pershing’s family at the Presidio of San Francisco when coals from a fireplace hearth fell onto a highly waxed floor, causing a major fire that claimed the lives of his wife Frances, his daughters Helen, Grace, and Ann, and the family cat; all dying of smoke inhalation. 80 more words

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There's A New Sheriff In Town [Updates]

For the last 4 years, the departing Pershing County Sheriff Machado has tried to find retired cops to work Black Rock City. This led to an amazingly low number of arrests last year: 4,530 more words


Burning Man Pays For More Cops

The Reno Gazette Journal reports that Burning Man will be spending an additional $105,000 this year so that Washoe County can have more police officers on the road, looking to… 265 more words


Welcome to the Party, Pretty Lady

  • 3 of the Pershing 108 has launched in Italy.
  • She is a triple-engine design that now will receive interior furnishings selected by the owner in conjunction with Ferretti Group architects and designers.
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Public Works: Tips lead to illegal dumping arrest

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The City of Memphis Public Works Division announced it has arrested a man accused dumping trash on the side of the road thanks to tips from the public. 63 more words


Armonee Felder

No articles or film, which is hard to comprehend. This rising sophomore personifies PSL basketball. The Pershing 5’9″ guard is an amazing athlete fast and strong, the best thing about his game is the emotion he bring to floor. 27 more words