Public records show Dubin Does Duluth I LLC bought the building at Third Avenue West and First Street last month following a short legal spat in federal court.In March, Dubin Does Duluth sued former owner Allegra French Dengler, a New York woman who owned the building for at least 20 years. The company related to Chicago area developer Dubin Does the Town was pressing Dengler to close the sale after she attempted to back out in February.The insurance proceeds stem from the July 21 storm last summer that damaged the building, including a chimney that needed immediate repair. Less pressing damage was estimated at about $858,000.

LADD Thomas Easley Ladd, II, age 73, passed away on Sunday, February 22, 2009 at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. He died of complications from cancer. He was born in San Mateo, Florida on December 20, 1935. I appreciate your comments regarding the sick and those that provide quality healthcare away from home. I am also aware that those travel nurses are highly compensated for their willingness to travel. They often negotiate high hourly rates that also includes their housing being paid, a bonus for work performed, and a daily meal stipend.

Under this theory, the botched coup was a last gasp, desperate attempt to reclaim their one final remaining institutional bastion and ensure their survival in Turkey. Best guess is that the coup was planned and organized by Gulenists but that they were joined by quite a few others as well. The joiners may have had diverse motives: personal ambition, hatred of Erdogan, or simply the belief that they were obeying orders from the higher ups..

It a great feeling winning it (the TRAC title) for the third year in a row. Ended up rushing for 416 yards, as Tre Wade added 16 carries for 159 yards and three TDs (47, 10, 6). Many of those yards came in the second half when Warren came out for a few series with a bruised knee..

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) From the bars on Franklin Street to pizza deliveries, merchandise shops, and a locally owned bakery, we’re told a lot of man hours go in several days in advance.Employees at Pizza King in Evansville, for example, tell us they had to fold and stack hundreds of pizza boxes on Friday.Restaurants and bars like Sportsman’s on W. Franklin St. Brace themselves for a big crowd, making sure they’re well staffed for Sunday.But, Jeff Ruder, a Sportsman’s employee, is one of the lucky few there that will have off for the game.”Oh I’m rounding up my friends and we’re watching,” Ruder smiled.