James Baker

James Baker buries Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann in probe

WASHINGTON, DC — A former FBI official testified Thursday he’s “100% confident” that a Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer denied acting “on behalf of any particular client” when he handed over since-debunked information linking Donald Trump to Russia. “I think it was pretty close to the beginning of the meeting. Part of his introduction to the meeting,” former FBI general counsel James Baker told jurors in Washington, DC, federal court. The testimony directly supports the sole count lodged against defendant Michael Sussmann as a result of special counsel John Durham’s probe into alleged law-breaking in connection with the FBI and Robert Mueller’s probes...
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Wilmington City Council seeks to hire former Mayor James Baker

Wilmington City Council is seeking professional consulting services with former Mayor James Baker, and a contract is in the process of being drafted and signed. In August of 1966, Baker arrived in Wilmington as a Volunteer In Service To America (VISTA) volunteer from Fostoria, Ohio. He sought to guide and build a prosperous and ecologically sustainable city through the 1960s and 1970s, and in 1972 he was elected to Wilmington City Council as a district councilman.

BAFTA-Nominated British Director Oliver Parker Launches Production Outfit With Former Red Arrow Studios Boss James Baker & Metro International Partner Sam Parker; Anyway Content Takes 10-Strong Slate To Mip TV

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: BAFTA-nominated St. Trinian’s, Johnny English Reborn and An Ideal Husband director Oliver Parker has launched a production shingle with former Red Arrow Studios CEO James Baker and Metro International Partner Sam Parker, and the outfit is taking a packed slate to Mip TV. Anyway Content opened quietly several months ago and is leading its 10-strong Cannes slate with Influencer Inc., a business format developed with Forbes Content and LA-based digital agency G & B Digital Management. The  London-based 10-staff indie is developing multi-genre shows targeted at a range of platforms and networks and said...

Mr. James Baker

Funeral services for Mr. James Baker will be held Saturday at 3 PM at the graveside of the Wharton’s Cemetery. Bishop David Sabatino officiating. Arrangements by Williams & Wharton Funeral Home. .
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Why transfer James Baker is key to the recipe to rebuilding UNCW men's hoops

As the UNCW men’s basketball team has tried to blend in a multitude of new players this season, team bonding has been paramount. With COVID-19 restrictions not nearly as steep as a season ago, that means teammates can go out as a group, or gather in each others’ apartments for dinner, which has been a go-to for this set of Seahawks.
Herald Chronicle

Obituary in Oct. 14, 2021, edition - James Baker

Watson-North Funeral Home is honored to be of service and ministry to the family of James (Jim) “Kennie” Baker, age 88, of Alexandria, Tennessee, and formerly of Winchester. Mr. Baker passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021, at St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro. A native of DeKalb County, he joined the U.S. Army at the age of 18. Following his military service he attended barber school and practiced until 1974, when hair got longer and men got fewer haircuts. He then went to work at the Ford glass plant in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He retired from Ford in 2000, after which he returned to barbering in various places, ranging from Belle Meade in Nashville, to Winchester. Mr. Baker was of the Baptist faith and he was an avid fisherman. It goes without saying that as a barber he loved people and conversation, as many men confided in him over the years. Mr. Baker was preceded in death by his mother, Janie Lucille Phillips Baker and his father, Owen Benson Baker. He is also preceded in death by his sons, James Lee Baker and Tracy Allen Baker and his brother and sister-in-law, Troy and Dorothy Baker. He is survived by his sister, Faye Hendrix and her husband Doyle of Alexandria, Tennessee; niece, Vickie Alvis; nephews, Mike (Karen) Alvis, Mark Alvis, Steve (Linda) Baker and John Mark Baker; step-daughters, Donna (Jimmy) Corley and Sherry Crossley; step-grandchildren, Matt (Katie) Crossley, Noah (Anna) Crossley, Rob Corley and Diane Corley; nine step-great-grandchildren; and a host of extended family and friends. He also leaves great friends, Wayne Prince and Charissee Allen, a niece and several nephews. Private services and burial will be held in Smith County at Brush Creek Cemetery on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, at 3 p.m. Online condolences may be sent to Watson-North Funeral Home, 405 Sharp Springs Road, Winchester, TN, 931-967-2345.
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James “Jim” Arthur Baker, 74, died Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021 at Avita Memory Care in Wichita. He was born Sept. 13, 1946 to Arthur Lafayette and Doris Maxine (Goddard) Baker in Benkelman, Neb. He married Lois D. Curtis May 25, 1964 in Liberal. She survives. He served in the United...

SSE appoints James Baker as live sound specialist

SSE Audio, part of the Solotech UK Group, has hired James Baker as live sound specialist to support its UK Sales team. Baker [pictued above], who has 25 years’ experience as a sound engineer, will work with SSE Audio and Manchester-based Wigwam’s live sound sales customers and help to develop marketing strategies to promote the companies’ live sound capabilities.