Billy Celeski

Naomi Judd's Family Files Notice to Dismiss Lawsuit Over Death Records: Report

In August, the family filed a petition to seal police records and recordings from the investigation into the country singer's death in April The family of Naomi Judd has reportedly requested a voluntary dismissal of a lawsuit blocking access to police investigation records surrounding her death. The family previously expressed concern in a petition over public access to the details of Naomi's death in April, arguing it would cause "significant and irreparable harm." On Tuesday, however, the Associated Press reported they are willing to have it dismissed — though...
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Former W.Va. Lawmaker Who Went to Prison for Jan. 6 Riots Announces Intent to Run for Congress

Derrick Evans was sentenced to three months in prison in June, after pleading guilty to one felony count of civil disorder for being among those who invaded the U.S. Capitol building in 2021 A Republican lawmaker who went to prison for breaching the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, after live-streaming the event on Facebook says he has formed a congressional exploratory committee and is considering a run for higher office. Derrick Evans, a former West Virginia state delegate, said in a statement issued Tuesday that after "months of soul-searching"...
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Kevin Wilson, OSU OC, reveals CFP plans in introductory press conference at Tulsa

Kevin Wilson will soon be leading a new program as head coach. For now, he intends to remain with Ohio State through the College Football Playoff. Wilson was officially introduced as Tulsa’s head coach Tuesday after previously serving the past 5 seasons on Ohio State’s staff. During his introductory press conference, Wilson told reporters that he would remain with the Buckeyes as their offensive coordinator through the postseason, stating it was his “obligation” to help the school win a national title.


Four Saline County Career Center DECA members attended a DECA workshop, called “The New York Experience” from November 30 to December 4. The students are in an advanced marketing class and raised their own funds in order to go on the trip. During the workshop, students went on several tours of different fashion areas and industries in New York as well as several marketing-related publication outlets such as NBC Studios. Each workshop enabled students to learn different aspects of marketing, business, entrepreneurship, hospitality, and finance. For example, students received a lecture from a representative from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, followed by a behind the scenes look at the fashion industry with presentations from independent designers.
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Overnight Showers Left Bay Area With Beneficial Soak, No Flooding

Overnight showers that visited Bay Area residents on Monday night into Tuesday morning turned out to be a largely beneficial soak for the region, according to the National Weather Service. Most areas in the region received about a tenth of an inch or less of rainfall, said meteorologist Sean Miller....

Anxiety disorder to be eligible for medical cannabis in New Mexico

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Anxiety disorder will soon be a qualifying condition for medical cannabis use in New Mexico. The change starts January 1, 2023. Earlier this year, the Medical Cannabis Medical Advisory Board heard a request that anxiety disorder be added to the list of conditions that qualify for medical cannabis treatment. The board voted in […]

NJEDA rolls out $10 million small business lease grant program

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has launched a program that will support small businesses and nonprofits by providing grant funding to cover a portion of lease payments. A total of $10 million from NJEDA’s Main Street Recovery Finance Program will be used to capitalize the Small Business Lease Grant....

Barton Men's and Women's Swimming update

Five school records were rewritten, and 40 new personal best times were clocked as the Barton Community College men's swimming team rode into the holiday break with their best outing of the season at the Wheaton Invitational held at the Lederhouse Natatorium in Wheaton, Illinois. Battling the eight-team field as...

Kamiah Man Arrested For Burglary

GRANGEVILLE, ID – A 40-year-old Kamiah man was arrested on Sunday after Idaho County deputies responded to a burglary in progress in Stites. It was reported that a male subject was outside trying to gain entry with an axe handle. Deputies responded and spoke to the suspect, residents of...

Trump Org convicted of criminal tax fraud

A jury on Tuesday found affiliate companies of the Trump Organization guilty of nine counts of tax fraud and related crimes. The two companies were convicted on all counts after a six-week trial, Daily Beast reported. The case alleged the Trump Organization avoided taxes through various means, including providing benefits for executives in place of taxable salaries and paying employees as “independent contractors.”