Brian Wolfe

Brian Wolfe Details 7.3-Liter Godzilla Buyers Guide

When you had a hand in formulating an engine while working at the corporate level, there’s a solid chance you will go into retirement with some killer builds in mind. While the aftermarket loves to see a built engine with a giant blower or twin turbos attached to it, the OEM spectrum can be limiting at times. Thankfully we have diehard gearheads like Brian Wolfe from Willis Performance Enterprises, LLC, who had played a vital part in the creation of the 7.3-liter Godzilla engine and is now making social media rounds with his knowledge and high-horsepower builds.
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Ironton Tribune

Brian Wolfe

Brian Leslie Wolfe, 62, of Fairfield, passed away on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at his home. Brian was born Sept. 23, 1959, in Ironton, a son of the late Francis E. and Rita A. (Rutledge) Wolfe. Brian was a graduate of Valley High School in Lucasville, he received a BA...
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News Maker Brian Wolfe on REC Scholarship deadline for applying

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) has 17 scholarships available for students in high school or universities, colleges and or trade schools. We spoke with Senior Public Relations Specialist for REC Brian Wolfe in our latest news maker. The good news is brought to you by The Town of Front Royal. Brian...
New Haven Register

Guitarists Brian Wolfe and Brian Larney to perform at The Buttonwood

MIDDLETOWN — Guitarists Brian Wolfe and Brian Larney are set to jam Saturday night at The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center. The concert, dubbed “A Tale of Two Brians,” will run from 7 to 9 p.m. at 605 Main St. Wolfe has been writing and performing original music on acoustic...
Argus Observer Online

Brian Wolfe: Preparing for winter driving

Whether you love it or hate it, winter will soon be upon us. We need to prepare now for winter driving conditions. There are two areas of concern I would like to address. They are preparing your vehicle for winter conditions, and preparing yourself for winter driving. We need to...
Argus Observer Online

Brian Wolfe: Dispatchers needed for Malheur County

The Malheur County 911 Dispatch center is under the direction of the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office. The center takes calls for service and Dispatches for 17 agencies. This includes all of the law enforcement agencies in the county, with the exception of the Oregon State Police. It also dispatches all fire and ambulance services in the county.
Argus Observer Online

Sheriff Brian Wolfe aims to tell Gov. Kate Brown he will not enforce current or future rules

VALE — Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe says that some government leaders, including Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, are using the COVID-19 pandemic to enforce unconstitutional mandates that “are testing the waters of tolerance for the loss of freedom to alleged safety.” He says he believes his job as the elected sheriff is not to protect the health of the citizens he serves, but rather to protect the rights, freedoms and liberties of those citizens to choose how to protect their own health. Wolfe further states his department will not enforce mandates for masks or vaccines and furthermore “will resist future unconstitutional mandates.”