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John Green, 73

Thief River Falls – John Green, 73, of Thief River Falls, passed away on Friday, July 8, 2022 at Sanford Medical Center in Thief River Falls with his loving family by his side. John Henry Green was born May 17, 1949 in Crookston, the son of Elmer E. and...
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John Green to serve as an interim assistant principal at Kellogg Middle School

John Green has been selected to serve as an interim assistant principal at Kellogg Middle School for the 2022-23 school year, Superintendent Susana Reyes announced. He will succeed Melyssa Stone, who has been selected as an assistant principal at Shorewood High School. Joining Kellogg after a year as interim assistant...
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Madison Daily Leader

John Green paints for Milbank Vintage Snowmobile Show

Nationally renowned artist John Green of Madison created a painting that was auctioned off on Saturday at the 2022 Milbank Vintage Snowmobile Show. The painting features three of the oldest Arctic Cat snowmobiles sitting outside of a cabin while the sun sets in the background. “They’re parked in front of...
MADISON, SD
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Obituary: John Green

John Gale Green, age 53, of Franklin, TN, formerly of Paxton, passed away on Wednesday, May 18, 2022. He was born on April 13, 1969, in Ottawa, Canada, the son of Gale Frank and Darlene Mildred (Kroon) Green. John married Melinda Hewerdine on July 9, 1999. He is survived by...
PAXTON, IL
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Meijer Partners With Michigan-Based Revolution Farms to Deliver Sustainable Lettuce and Salads; Sarah Jennings and John Green Discuss

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - In a play to up its assortment of fresh, sustainable produce offerings, Meijer has revealed its latest partnership with Revolution Farms, a Michigan-based hydroponic lettuce grower. As part of this alliance, the retailer will now be able to provide local lettuce and salad greens to its shoppers year-round across its six-state footprint.
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Dr. John Green on Global Effects of the Invasion of Ukraine Featured

Professor of Political Science at the University of Akron, Dr. John Green joined Ray. They discussed impacts the Russian invasion is having on the USA such as the bipartisan decision to limit the importation of Russian oil, how Biden's decisions could affect mid term results, and the required time and discipline it takes to make sanctions work.
AKRON, OH
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“Looking for Alaska” by John Green: Is it Worth the Read?

“How will we ever get out of this labyrinth of suffering? -A. Y.’’ A question that the author John Green has his audience asking themselves through the entirety of his young adult novel, “Looking for Alaska.”. The novel had me scratching my brain trying to figure out...

Essex Fells: John Green, Jr., of Cedar Grove, Charged with Threatening Fells Resident with Handgun on Halloween Night

John P. Green, Jr., of Cedar GroveEssex Fells Police Department. “There was false information that was posted over social media that there was an open house party at this residence which resulted in over 30 uninvited individuals showing up and refusing to leave the home. When the resident and his son asked them to leave multiple physical and verbal altercations occurred. During these altercations, a handgun was displayed and pointed at the resident.” ~ Essex Fells Police Chief Darren Volker.
ESSEX FELLS, NJ
La Crosse Tribune

John Green: Fish hatchery renovation costing city

Citizens need to know that the city is spending $1 million of taxpayer money to renovate the Riverside Park Fish Hatchery buildings for the benefit of one private citizen. The Hatchery rent is intended to be $5,000 a month, the same that the La Crosse Visitors and Convention Bureau (a non-profit) was asked to pay, according to the city. The building will continue to be maintained with taxpayer money during the proposed 20-year lease. Hatchery LLC will not even pay taxes. This is not a good investment of taxpayer money or city resources.
LA CROSSE, WI