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Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Officially, the firing of Brawley City Manager Gary Burroughs stemmed from a desire to take the city in another direction. But some who are familiar with local issues suggested Tuesday that Burroughs’ managerial style with...
Tags: U.S. Army, Human Interest
President Obama on Tuesday nominated former Edison International Chairman and Chief Executive John E. Bryson to be Commerce Secretary, tapping an environmental lawyer-turned-corporate executive in hopes of reaching out to a business community that has...
June 17-18, White Lake: Annual bird watching tour of S.D. Grassland Coalition, Headley Ranch; 605-280-0127. June 18, Brentford: Antique tractor pull for BCOTTPA, 1 p.m. June 18-19, LaMoure, N.D.: N.D. Farm Toy Show, auction & craft show, LaMoure...
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Money & CompanyJohn Bryson, the former Southern California utility executive nominated to be Commerce Secretary, has received the backing of the Business Roundtable, a key boost from a major industry group heading into his Senate confirmation hearing. "John Bryson's...
Daily American Staff WriterMore than $175 million in contracts was announced at the Showcase for Commerce press conference Wednesday, capping one of the event’s most successful years. Among the news: a new deal between Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, El Segundo, Calif.,...
L.A. NOWA coalition of environmental groups is asking the federal government to require ships traveling though California’s marine sanctuaries to slow down to avoid fatal collisions with whales, a problem that they say has climbed to “unsustainable...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles’ efforts to speed up the expansion of its public transit system received a boost in Washington on Wednesday, as a bipartisan group of senators backed a hefty increase in a federal loan program seen as a potential source......
While Memorial Day is meant to honor the nation's fallen military heroes, Burbank's ceremony Monday will also recognize local sons and daughters who have made it home safely from their time in the service. Four Burbank residents completed their tours...
Nearly a century after James McCloud left Glendale’s Tropico neighborhood for Europe, the city on Monday will honor the World War I veteran by etching his name into marble at the Veterans Memorial outside City Hall. McCloud is one of 50 veterans to...
Healthful food and vending machines don't exactly mix. Vending machines are typically seen as antithetical to good health, with the industry criticized for contributing to childhood obesity and targeted by new rules requiring calorie disclosure. But...
The "Celebration of the Century" was held Thursday on the Americana's Green. More than 320 supporters partied in black ties and gowns from twilight to midnight under a clear sky of sparkling stars in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Chamber of...
Gov. Jerry Brown told lawmakers that "it would be unconscionable" not to let voters decide whether to pay more taxes to help balance the budget, using his first State of the State address as California's 39th governor to press Republicans to agree to a...
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