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Longtime Domtar CEO John Williams to retire; Steve Henry named his successor

Domtar Corp. announced today that John Williams, the company's president and CEO since 2009, will retire on June 30. He will be replaced as CEO by Steve Henry, Domtar's senior vice president of packaging. THIS ARTICLE IS FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. Continue reading with your subscription. Access 4 weeks of business...
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Devawn Mitchell sentenced to nearly 50 years in prison for 2021 traffic death of Steve Henry

Devawn Mitchell faces a long prison sentence for the traffic death of Steve Henry last year. On Thursday, Lyon County Judge Lee Fowler sentenced Mitchell to 554 months for first-degree felony murder. Mitchell will also serve 39 months for aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, with flee and elude and other counts to be served concurrently to the aggravated assault charge. All told, the sentence involves 593 months in prison.
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Alexandria’s Steve Henry to Share Composting Tips on PY&G

Alexandria’s Steve Henry will share his method of composting and a secret ingredient he’s been using in his many years of composting on the next episode of Prairie Yard & Garden 7:30 p.m. Thursday on Pioneer PBS. The show, hosted by Mary Holm of Morris, will be rebroadcast 4 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. next Monday.
ALEXANDRIA, MN
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Guilty on all charges; Sentencing coming in March for Devawn Mitchell following March 2021 traffic death of Steve Henry

Emporian Devawn Mitchell has been found guilty on all counts in the traffic death of Steve Henry from last March. Following a two-day bench trial inside Lyon County District Court, Judge Lee Fowler found Mitchell guilty on all counts against him including first-degree felony murder, aggravated assault on law enforcement and felony flee and elude Tuesday according to Lyon County Attorney Marc Goodman. The second-degree murder count was listed as an alternate to the first-degree murder charge, so Fowler could issue a verdict on it — but Mitchell will only be sentenced on the first-degree murder charge.
LYON COUNTY, KS
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Devawn Mitchell found competent to stand trial in traffic death of Steve Henry

Emporian Devawn Mitchell’s court proceedings in the traffic death of fellow Emporian Steve Henry can advance. Mitchell was the focus of a roughly 40-minute status hearing in Lyon County District Court on Wednesday. During that hearing, Lyon County Judge Lee Fowler found Mitchell competent to stand trial. Mitchell also inquired about the possibility of a bench trial but ultimately agreed to a jury trial, which is tentatively set to begin Jan. 24 and last a week.