I often write in this column about the dangers associated with the manufacture and use of methamphetamine. But Tulsa, Okla., has experienced a significant increase in meth-related violence over the past 12 months that really makes one question what could be going on with this insidious drug.
Since it’s the Christmas season, it’s always good to have a wish or two ready in case Santa gives you a call. If you are a Caddo taxpayer, you can add this to your Christmas list: a brand new slate of Caddo School Board members to be elected next year.
avoid strenuous exercise. The doc replied that the human body most easily succumbs to this malady in the morning. He cited a study done at Harvard Medical School and declared, to be exact, that three times more heart attacks occur at 9 in the morning than at 11 in the evening.
The City of Shreveport quietly settled its million dollar claim for unpaid parking fees for a paltry sum of $80,000 in March of this year. To collect this sum, attorney fees in excess of $96,000 were paid through June of this year to a Colorado law firm.
And, cumulative wind power capacity grew by 28 percent in 2012. Those wind power additions hit a new record with 13.1 GW and $25 billion invested, bringing the total wind capacity in the country to 60 GW. This is significant, especially when compared to other forms of conventional generation.
When Bruce checked into the local hospital complaining of severe headaches, doctors discovered a cherry-sized aneurism bulging near the base of his brain stem. An aneurism is a sort of bubble in an artery. Eventually, that bubble ruptures. In Bruce’s.
impact on desegregation. We are also glad the judge made clear he does not want to disrupt the scholarship program. The judge has indicated he wants both parties to determine a process that does not allow the scholarship program to send state aid to segregated private schools.