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Judge Criticizes Archdiocese For Relying On Legal Notices

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal judge has criticized the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis for relying on legal notices to inform sex-abuse victims about an impending deadline for filing claims. 118 more words


Richard Anderson Expands Upon The General Amendment Plan

The City of Kingman makes most of its revenue, to spend on improving the city, from sales tax. As you can see from the charts, the majority of this money comes from Retail stores selling sporting items, books, and music. 100 more words

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Part Of The Inaugural Comments Of Richard Anderson About Access

A snippet from Mayor Anderson’s Inaugural Comments

A lot of people are waiting for the traffic interchanges along I-40 to go through, but they are not on the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) five-year plan and there is no public or private money to build these. 131 more words

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Richard Anderson At Governor Doug Ducey's Dinner

A photo of Mayor Anderson preparing to give his speech at Governor Doug Ducey’s dinner on Saturday, April 11 2015 in Kingman, AZ. He gave a remarkable speech and the Governor’s dinner.  21 more words

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Inaugural Comments Of Richard Anderson

This information was taken directly from http://www.cityofkingman.gov/Portals/0/docs/cok/ccb/cc/minutes/cc_minutes_2014-12-02.pdf

Mayor Anderson said that he wanted to give each of the newly elected Council members a couple of minutes to speak before his inaugural comments. 766 more words

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Richard Anderson and the Major General Plan Amendment For City Owned Land

DRAFT (as of Mar 16, 2015)


 City-owned real estate of 168 acres bordered by: 344 more words

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The Dismissal of Bushrod Johnson, the Confederacy's Luckless Ohioan

Ohio-born Confederate General Bushrod Johnson was not a man to know much luck. He had been forced to resign from the Old Army during the Mexican War to avoid scandal; he went on to teach at the Western Military Institute in Georgetown, Kentucky, eventually rising to become its Superintendent only to have it shut down soon after; after marrying, his son was born with severe heath issues and was mentally challenged. 638 more words