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Former Shell employee ordered to pay $19.4M for fuel leak at Mitchell International Airport

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — 44-year-old Randy Jones of Houma, Louisiana, a former corrosion coordinator for Shell Pipeline Company was sentenced in federal court Thursday, April 30th to five years of probation and ordered to pay $19,377,785 in restitution. 91 more words


Great Photo of ME

This week at work, we had a celebration for the padres. They are our local pro-baseball team and this year, Northrop is sponsoring some tickets for the local military. 192 more words

Review: Tales of Poe

Maverick in its accomplishments, the anthology Tales of Poe is the perfect example of independent terror filmmaking at its most inventive.

Collaborators Alan Rowe Kelly and Bart Mastronardi have mixed old school 50s Gothicism with a distinctively modern spin on two of Poe’s best known tales and one poem here, with intense visuals and some truly superb performances highlighting the affair, as a whole. 354 more words


Stevens: 30 years since local basketball's golden age

The 30th anniversary of the most special time for high school basketball hereabouts is upon us.

Many of us had an inkling that something unique was unfolding, but only the passage of time has confirmed indeed how extraordinary. 939 more words


What Baseball Means To Me by Wayne McBrayer

By Guest Writer Wayne McBrayer:

At the age of 6, I walked into San Diego Stadium to watch the Pittsburgh Pirates play the San Diego Padres in 1972. 517 more words

Guest Blogs

Ya Get Whatcha Get: Randy, B.J., Batman and Milt

One of the things I did during my COMC Black Friday shopping was buy up any and all cheap Kellogg’s cards I found (and needed). This Randy Jones came from the 1976 set (in case you couldn’t tell by the red, white & blue motif). 297 more words

Baseball Cards

Lonesome River Band #1 on Bluegrass Today Top 20

Lonesome River Band’s first single, “Her Love Won’t Turn On A Dime,” from their hot new album TURN ON A DIME on Mountain Home Music Company has hit #1 on Bluegrass Today’s Monthly and Weekly Top 20 Song Charts. 163 more words