Archive for October, 2014

Column: Who's the least worst governor?

Rick Scott. Charlie Crist. Nineteen million souls in the state of Florida, and this is the best we can do? You could toss a mullet net over any park bench between Key West and Pensacola and drag in two people who'd be more inspiring.

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Police graduating class adds 35 Oakland officers, a 4-year high

At the start of 2013, the city had just 613 police officers patrolling streets, investigating crimes and writing reports. Quan, who is running for re-election, used city money to launch new training academies and hire police officers. Aramburo, a 24-year-old Spanish-speaking Oakland resident, is one of many officers in the graduating class who speaks a language other than English, said Officer …

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Face the State: Reno Mayoral Candidates

For the first time in 12 years, the City of Reno will have a new mayor at the helm after Tuesday's election. The campaign has come down to local engineer Ray Pezonella and Reno City Council Member Hillary Schieve.

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Angels’ Closet Tea attracts a community of angels

Christina Lukens of Highland read an article about an up-coming local event in her Highland Community News and was inspired to attend, and to bring along several of her friends.

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Guest: How Seattle ‘Makers’ are driving the entrepreneurial landscape

From the pain of local layoffs will come our next generation of doers and “Makers,” writes guest columnist Brian Rauschenbach.

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Kevin Reilly, Turner Broadcasting Returned to Talks This Week

Former Fox entertainment chief Kevin Reilly has re-entered talks with Turner Broadcasting this week, a person with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap.

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