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Published EVERY WEEK since 1873, the Queens Ledger is the flagship weekly community newspaper of the 8 we publish. Our entire group has a weekly readership of 150,000.

With a circulation of 26,000 every Thursday, the Queens Ledger is sold at more than 100 newsstands and newsboxes in the Queens communities of Maspeth, Middle Village, Woodside, Elmhurst and Ridgewood. It primarily serves zip codes 11378, 11379, 11373, 11385, 11377, and is mailed throughout all the Queens zip codes. It is the official “legal” newspaper of Queens. In combination with The Queens Examiner and our other four Queens weekly newspapers we carry more legal advertisements than any other weekly news group in the Borough. We have SIX weekly newspapers along with related web sites which give hyper local news, information and event coverage to distinct areas of Queens which now has 2.3 million residents. And in Brooklyn, The Greenpoint Star, first established in 1881 still lives. We have TWO weekly newspapers in Brooklyn, which boasts 2.5 million residents. We’re not just newspapers anymore. Our corporate motto is “We’re not just newspapers anymore.” Our philosophy is to create and feed multiple communities of hyper local news consumers throughout Brooklyn and Queens. Our desire to allow advertisers to target specific groups gives businesses the best use of their resources in bringing customers through their doors.

We currently publish eight weekly newspapers in Queens County and Brooklyn, with a combined total circulation of 150,000. Our circulation is paid / controlled (combination newsstand with some controlled free distribution and some mailed by subscription) and available at more than 700 newsstands. Our readership is made up of town residents who need weekly information which shapes their local lives.

From local environmental issues, to our school boards to local youth and adult sports reporting, the Queens Ledger / Greenpoint Star Community Newspaper Group is serious about informing our readers about;

1. what is happening on their block,

2. what is happening in their neighborhood, and

3. what is going on in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn which affects their lives.

Our readership is heavily made up of civic members, families with children in schools, people who attend religious services and people involved in community sports. In fact, The Diocese of Brooklyn has hired our media company as its vehicle to promote the 104 Catholic Elementary Schools in Queens and Brooklyn. We use all our media properties to promote their schools. It’s a wonderful partnership. We have subscription programs for numerous organizations in our communities, because those people are the ones who are active. They are the ones with the purchasing power who support our merchants.

Queens County is made up of a series of towns broken into THREE distinct areas. Established in 1873, the Newtown Register (from which we evolved) covered the local news for the Western Queens community. Today four of our newspapers cover this diverse area. They are the Queens Ledger, the Glendale Register, the Forest Hills/Rego Park TIMES and the Long Island City/Astoria/Jackson Heights JOURNAL

Established in 1909, the Observer weekly newspaper of Richmond Hill published weekly for that town in South Queens. In 1912, the Leader weekly newspaper of Woodhaven combined with the Observer newspaper and the LEADER/OBSERVER newspaper of South Queens was formed. Today this newspaper is the premier paid weekly community newspaper in South Queens covering Woodhaven, Richmond Hill, Ozone Park, Jamaica and Howard Beach.

In Eastern Queens we publish the Queens Examiner. Our motto; “we not only cover the news, but we are part of the communities we serve” sets us apart from any news agency which touches the area. Our rich history and passionate positive coverage allows us to be part of everything which happens in the towns we cover. We are the best advertising medium you could possibly choose.

In Brooklyn the Greenpoint STAR and Brooklyn Northside NEWS covers those great neighborhoods in Brooklyn which are vibrant and growing. The Brooklyn Downtown STAR covers central Brooklyn like a glove.

We publish a quarterly regional glossy 72 page magazine called It’s Queens The Magazine

We have eight “award winning” (web 2.1) news websites (one for each of our community newspapers) with stories, video, calendars of events, sports,
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twitter feeds, blogs and a Brooklyn/Queens business directory with 35,000 listings. The site is updated all day long, seven days a week. The sites are highly intelligent, interactive sites which allow readers to post their own blogs, events, place free classified ads, comment on stories and interact with all the members/readers and business customers of our Queens Ledger/Greenpoint Star family. That makes much of the information ‘user generated.’ Business partners and customers become more involved with BQEMedia through our web sites. We offer search engine optimization and a business web site development plan which includes metatags, google map finding, video, classified ads, e commerce, mobile landing page coupons and more. We build websites for businesses and make them part of our family of our news websites which affords a healthy online business presence all searchable.

Our Daily News Feed is called Morning Buzz and is part of the Queens Daily Newsticker Family. At 8am weekdays we send out the 20 top stories of the day that people will be talking about all day. Through our email, it’s website . In Brooklyn at 8AM weekdays we feed 7,000 emails to subscribers. It is called Brooklyn Daily Newsticker.

Hyper local Community Blogs are a way we communicate to a whole new brand of news consumer. Our company motto. “We’re not just newspapers anymore” is realized through our more than two dozen community blogs. We cover many of the areas in Queens and Brooklyn with blog posts, event listings and local advertising in a much more cost efficient way for our advertising clients. This is a way we are able to service the hyper local stores and services which might have never been able to afford newspaper advertising. For as little as $10 a month, advertisers can now get an ad on a local blog, a business profile page on our Business News website and some love on our social media platforms and community calendar sections on our newspaper websites. We find we are able to engage our community members, small business owners and active families with this marketing platform.

We host dozens of Social Networking Blog Sites For Communities of Web Users.

Our Social Networking Strategy includes consistent local newsy twitter feeds to our followers, short text news alerts and a number of established blogs, which cover neighborhoods and interests throughout Queens and Brooklyn.

Numbers You Should Be Aware Of

397 That’s the number of letters to the editor we published last year. Letters signify that readers are involved with our newspapers. Some agree with us, some disagree, but they care enough to write.

2,588 That’s how many pictures we published throughout our 8 newspapers between December 2015 and November 2016. Local people, places and events are what our local papers are all about. We don’t subscribe to a national wire service because we know our readers pay for local news, local action and neighborhood activities.

11,432 That’s how many Real Estate listings we published in our newspapers and in our Daily Newsticker between December 2015 and December 2016. We see Real Estate as the fabric of a community Newspaper. We believe a real community newspaper has the ear of the Real Estate industry. We take the lead in the eyes of Real Estate agents. SIX pages of listings each week, listings of properties sold and informative Real Estate News.

5,396 That’s how many news stories we published in our newspapers, web sites, blog and social media posts in the last 12 months. Stories on issues from local news, investigative stories, sports coverage, profiles, live tweets,reviews and local events are what make our papers the most reader friendly source of news available.

104 That’s how many eyesores of the week we published in our newspapers last year. Eyesores of the week are pictures taken by our staff and our readers. They are pictures of places which have been neglected, contain graffiti or are dirtied. The pictures produce action.

2,893 That’s how many advertisements appeared in our newspapers and digital news platforms from February 2016 through January 2017. These advertisers put their faith in our paper and received response to their marketing efforts. From classified advertisements to our dining and entertainment guide, our ads work. Just ask our 8,000 advertisers. We are proud to be the 1 news and advertising source for all of Queens County and Brooklyn.

972,853 That’s how many hits our web properties received in November 2016. Now THAT’S EXCITING!
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The friends snapped a quick selfie and took the device to lost and found, so the owner could claim it and the pair could be a part of their journey, Weiss said.

something out there on the playa makes its mark on your trip, she said of the sprawling counterculture gathering. makes you feel like a loser. and IDs are among the more common belongings that end up at lost and found after the event this summer billed as North America largest outdoor arts festival. Other items left behind in the dusty, 5 square mile (13 square kilometer) encampment include shoes, keys, stuffed animals even dentures.

Still missing are a marching band hat with gold mirror tiles, a furry cheetah vest, a headdress with horns and a chainmail loincloth skirt.

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The usual suspects top this year list of most frequently lost in the land of drum circles and psychedelic art cars: 582 cellphones, 570 backpacks or bags, and 529 drivers licenses, passports or other forms of identification.

Unclaimed items are listed on Burning Man website with photos and numbers. They include more than 200 shirts, 100 jackets, 80 hydration backpacks, 50 pairs of eyeglasses, six suitcases and several dozen water bottles.

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It links to an online forum that has brief descriptions of found items: a bag of ladies clothes, a piano tuning kit, a stuffed cow with cowboy hat and one black Dr. Martens combat boot.

Other articles lost but not yet found include a wedding ring, a flute, nunchucks, a stuffed bunny since birth, and a bandanna lost on the playa somewhere around the giant flamingo. high rate of return doesn surprise Mike Kivett, manager of a company that has provided portable toilets and trailers at Burning Man since 2003. He remembers when his co worker dismissed his suggestion to check the lost and found for his missing phone, saying the odds of recovering it were slim.

told him there a good vibe out here, Kivett said. somebody finds it, they going to return it because they know what it like to lose something out here a sense of obligation, duty to fellow man. minutes later, the co worker had his phone back.

Burning Man has been collecting and returning items since the event moved to Nevada in 1992 from San Francisco, where it began in 1986 with about 20 people burning a wooden effigy in a celebration of art.

The event technology team has developed a sophisticated database people can search onsite at a Wi Fi center. Afterward, volunteers scour the web and emails.

Most institutions donate lost items to charity if they aren claimed in about a month. Burning Man does that too just not as quickly, said Schoop, who helps oversee recovery. Volunteers concentrate first on IDs and cellphones.

spend about three or four months trying to hook people up with lost items, he said.

partial pair of dentures, Schoop said. man showed up, took them out of the bag they were in, popped them in his mouth and said, I can prove it mine: It fits!’ lost items carry hefty price tags, while others have more sentimental worth. Schoop remembers a cellphone returned to a woman who lost it shortly after her father died and her home burned down.

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RENO, Nev. Lindsay Weiss once lost her cellphone and got it back, so she and a friend knew what they had to do when they discovered a camera during the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert even though it meant giving up their coveted shady seat for a musical performance.

The friends snapped a quick selfie and took the device to lost and found, so the owner could claim it and the pair could be a part of their journey, Weiss said.

something out there on the playa makes its mark on your trip, she said of the sprawling counterculture gathering. makes you feel like a loser. and IDs are among the more common belongings that end up at lost and found after the event this summer billed as North America largest outdoor arts festival. Other items left behind in the dusty, 5 square mile (13 square kilometre) encampment include shoes, keys, stuffed animals even dentures.

Still missing are a marching band hat with gold mirror tiles, a furry cheetah vest, a headdress with horns and a chainmail loincloth skirt.

of mid November, we recovered 2,479 items and returned 1,279, said Terry Schoop, who helps oversee the recovery operation at Burning Man San Francisco headquarters. have about a 60 per cent return rate. bad for a temporary community of 60,000 artists, free spirits, old hippies and young thrill seekers who descend on a dried up lake bed in the Black Rock Desert for an adventure combining wilderness camping with avant garde performance 120 miles (193 kilometres) north of Reno.

The usual suspects top this year list of most frequently lost in the land of drum circles and psychedelic art cars: 582 cellphones, 570 backpacks or bags, and 529 drivers licenses, passports or other forms of identification.

Unclaimed items are listed on Burning Man website with photos and numbers. They include more than 200 shirts, 100 jackets, 80 hydration backpacks, 50 pairs of eyeglasses, six suitcases and several dozen water bottles.

item may look different after rolling in the dust, the website advises.

It links to an online forum that has brief descriptions of found items: a bag of ladies clothes,
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a piano tuning kit, a stuffed cow with cowboy hat and one black Dr. Martens combat boot.

Other articles lost but not yet found include a wedding ring, a flute, nunchucks, a stuffed bunny since birth, and a bandanna lost on the playa somewhere around the giant flamingo. high rate of return doesn surprise Mike Kivett, manager of a company that has provided portable toilets and trailers at Burning Man since 2003. He remembers when his co worker dismissed his suggestion to check the lost and found for his missing phone, saying the odds of recovering it were slim.

told him there a good vibe out here, Kivett said. somebody finds it, they going to return it because they know what it like to lose something out here a sense of obligation, duty to fellow man. minutes later, the co worker had his phone back.

Burning Man has been collecting and returning items since the event moved to Nevada in 1992 from San Francisco, where it began in 1986 with about 20 people burning a wooden effigy in a celebration of art.

The event technology team has developed a sophisticated database people can search onsite at a Wi Fi centre. Afterward, volunteers scour the web and emails.

Most institutions donate lost items to charity if they aren claimed in about a month. Burning Man does that too just not as quickly, said Schoop, who helps oversee recovery. Volunteers concentrate first on IDs and cellphones.

spend about three or four months trying to hook people up with lost items, he said.

partial pair of dentures, Schoop said. man showed up, took them out of the bag they were in, popped them in his mouth and said, I can prove it mine: It fits!’ lost items carry hefty price tags, while others have more sentimental worth. Schoop remembers a cellphone returned to a woman who lost it shortly after her father died and her home burned down.

said the phone we gave back to her was the only record of any photographs she had of her father and, I think, some voicemails from him, he said. thought we were just returning a phone, but it meant a lifetime to her.
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RENO, Nev. (AP) Lindsay Weiss once lost her cellphone and got it back, so she and a friend knew what they had to do when they discovered a camera during the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert even though it meant giving up their coveted shady seat for a musical performance.

The friends snapped a quick selfie and took the device to lost and found, so the owner could claim it and the pair could be a part of their journey, Weiss said.

something out there on the playa makes its mark on your trip, she said of the sprawling counterculture gathering. makes you feel like a loser. and IDs are among the more common belongings that end up at lost and found after the event this summer billed as North America largest outdoor arts festival. Other items left behind in the dusty, 5 square mile (13 square kilometer) encampment include shoes, keys, stuffed animals even dentures.

Still missing are a marching band hat with gold mirror tiles, a furry cheetah vest, a headdress with horns and a chainmail loincloth skirt.

of mid November, we recovered 2,479 items and returned 1,279, said Terry Schoop, who helps oversee the recovery operation at Burning Man San Francisco headquarters. have about a 60 percent return rate. bad for a temporary community of 60,000 artists, free spirits, old hippies and young thrill seekers who descend on a dried up lake bed in the Black Rock Desert for an adventure combining wilderness camping with avant garde performance 120 miles (193 kilometers) north of Reno.

The usual suspects top this year list of most frequently lost in the land of drum circles and psychedelic art cars: 582 cellphones, 570 backpacks or bags, and 529 drivers licenses, passports or other forms of identification.

Unclaimed items are listed on Burning Man website with photos and numbers. They include more than 200 shirts, 100 jackets, 80 hydration backpacks, 50 pairs of eyeglasses, six suitcases and several dozen water bottles.

item may look different after rolling in the dust, the website advises.

It links to an online forum that has brief descriptions of found items: a bag of ladies clothes, a piano tuning kit, a stuffed cow with cowboy hat and one black Dr. Martens combat boot.

Other articles lost but not yet found include a wedding ring, a flute, nunchucks, a stuffed bunny since birth, and a bandanna lost on the playa somewhere around the giant flamingo. high rate of return doesn surprise Mike Kivett, manager of a company that has provided portable toilets and trailers at Burning Man since 2003. He remembers when his co worker dismissed his suggestion to check the lost and found for his missing phone, saying the odds of recovering it were slim.

told him there a good vibe out here, Kivett said. somebody finds it, they going to return it because they know what it like to lose something out here a sense of obligation, duty to fellow man. minutes later, the co worker had his phone back.

Burning Man has been collecting and returning items since the event moved to Nevada in 1992 from San Francisco, where it began in 1986 with about 20 people burning a wooden effigy in a celebration of art.

The event technology team has developed a sophisticated database people can search onsite at a Wi Fi center. Afterward, volunteers scour the web and emails.

Most institutions donate lost items to charity if they aren claimed in about a month. Burning Man does that too just not as quickly, said Schoop, who helps oversee recovery. Volunteers concentrate first on IDs and cellphones.

spend about three or four months trying to hook people up with lost items, he said.

partial pair of dentures, Schoop said. man showed up, took them out of the bag they were in, popped them in his mouth and said, I can prove it mine: It fits!’ lost items carry hefty price tags, while others have more sentimental worth.
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It seems Dad was going away for a while. He told the boys, “If you need to use a horse to go somewhere, don’t use the one that balks!” It seems one of the horses had a habit of getting somewhere out on the road, stopping dead in his tracks, and refusing to take another step.

After Dad left, the boys felt a need to go somewhere, so they hitched up a horse to the carriage and were off. As you might have guessed, the horse they chose was the one that balked.

Sure enough, they got out in the countryside, and the horse came to a halt. They pushed and pulled, but could not get that horse to move. He probably just became more stubborn and determined to hold his ground.

Not knowing what to do, the boys came up with a “bright” idea. They built a small fire right under the horse. As expected, the horse moved. a few feet, thus leaving the wooden carriage over the fire!

Although the carriage wasn’t severely burned, the boys had to “fess up” when Dad came home and wondered why the carriage was scorched.

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As I started to drive away, I noticed the older boy grabbing his younger brother’s hand and shaking it. I thought they were just having some boisterous fun now that I was leaving. But when I looked one more time in my rearview mirror as I drove toward the road, I noticed the older boy running after me, waving his hand.

I hit the brakes, rolled down the window, and waited to see what was wrong. When he arrived, he held out his hand and said, “You dropped this.” What he had managed to get from his brother and had run to return to me was a penny. Almost embarrassed, I thanked him.

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The award of ACSW stands for membersip in the “Academy of Clinical Social Workers.” This designator is awarded by the National Association of Social Workers and requires lengthy supervised post graduate work and the passing of tests that support ethical and competent independent practice standards. LMFT stands for “Licensed Marital and Family Therapist.” The LMFT has special training in relationships and has a state license supported by educational background, continuing education, and written and oral examinations. The State regulatory codes are IC 25 23, 6 8.Dr. Bambenek finished his undergraduate work in psychology at Macalester College in Minnesota. Dr. Bambenek also completed a Child and Adolescent Fellowship at Walter Reed. Dr. Military Academy at West Point, New York. After serving 10 years in the Army, Dr. Bambenek left the military and held Medical Directorship positions at 2 free standing psychiatric hospitals. 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and disruptive behavior disorders.Dr. Holajter graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in biology and a master’s degree in physiology. He graduated from Indiana University Medical School in 1977 and from the Indiana University Psychiatric Residency Program in 1981. After 6 years in the private practice of psychiatry in Evansville, Dr. Holajter joined the psychiatric staff of the Southwestern Indiana Mental Health Center where he worked for the next 14 years. In 2002 he returned to the private practice of Psychiatry in his current position at Evansville Psychiatric Associates. He is board certified in Adult Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.Dr. Tatineni earned her medical degree in the country of India and completed her Psychiatric Residency Training in 1986 at The Chicago Medical School. She has twenty years of clinical experience working with clients in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry settings. She worked with the Missouri Mental Health Department and later joined the Veteran’s Health Care System. She served the VA for 15 years in Hampton, Virginina and later here at the clinic in Evansville. She practiced at Deaconness Cross Pointe in 2005 and 2006. She joined us in private practice at Evansville Psychiatric Associates in the fall of 2006. Dr. Tatineni is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both Adult Psychiatry and in Geriatric Psychiatry.Dr. Hust is an Indiana Licensed Psychologist who attended the University of Connecticut for a Bachelor’s Degree, and then earned a Master’s and PhD from Ohio State University. He completed a clinical internship in child and life span psychology in Columbus, Ohio, and then a second clinical preceptorship in psychology while working for 13 years as a staff psychologist and supervising clinical coordinator at Southwestern Indiana Mental Health Center in Evansville. He has been in private practice for the last 13 years in Evansville, and is currently happily affiliated with Evansville Psychiatric Associates. He lives with his wife and two teenage daughters on six and a half acres of westside land. He is an avid antiquer and collector, and is a soccer enthusiast.Pat Easley has over twenty years of psychiatric social work experience with individuals and families who are confronted with medical, emotional or relational crises. She has a Masters of Social Work (1981), is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers (1983), and has licensure for private practice (LCSW) in Kentucky (1988), and Indiana (1992). Pat specializes in the treatment of depression, anxiety, couples relationships, abuse, post traumatic stress, grief issues, women’s issues and borderline personality disorder. and incorporates her concepts of humor as a therapeutic way to relieve stress.Michael Eatmon obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from St. Meinrad College in 1980 and his Master of Social Work from the University of Illinois in 1984. He received his LCSW in 1991 and ACSW in 1992. He has been working in the field with emphasis upon substance abuse, young adult and mid life issues. He has also been involved in men’s issues since the late 1980’s, working with individuals, groups and weekend gatherings. Mr. Eatmon has appointments available on Fridays only.Carol J. Hastings, MSW, LCSW completed her undergraduate work at Purdue University in W. Lafayette, Indiana with a double major in psychology and sociology. 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She works with children, teenagers, families and adults experiencing a variety of mental health issuers including ADHD, family issues, depression, PTSD and anxiety / panic. We are honored to have her join our team. Her warmth and wisdom are much appreciated by her clients.Mr. Mefford is a 1984 graduate of the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. He has over 25 years of experience in a variety of mental health care settings and comprehensive training in marriage and family counseling, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, 12 step recovery, eating disorders, PTSD, child and adolescent counseling. He has worked with individuals, couples, families and groups from preschool age through elderly clients and Hospice counseling.Leigh Baldwin earned her BS in Nursing from the University of Southern Indiana in 1996 and her Masters in Science degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 1998. She previously served as the Nurse Practitioner for the Urology Surgery Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center from 1998 2001. She has also worked in the family practice and OB GYN areas as a supervising nurse. Leigh received her Family Nurse Practitioner certification in 1998 and completed her Post Master’s Option as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Vanderbilt University in 2009 after practicing as an RN for 30 years. She is Board Certified by the ANCC. Leigh has begun her private practice at Evansville Psychiatric Associates as a psychiatric nurse practitioner and is available to see patients ranging in age 15 through 60 for all their medication and therapy needs.
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By Vice President/General Manager Debbie BushThe Mayor investigation was ordered after complaints about maintenance surfaced at City budget meetings. E mails citing specific examples of shoddy work were sent to City Council members as well as to us at 14News.The evaluation found that of twenty two of the city fire trucks, most were in good shape. Three received a poor grade. While the Mayor says they haven been able to find evidence of “fraud,” they have found falsifying of work orders and shoddy record keeping.It sounds like we dodged a bullet. We are so lucky that there wasn an accident putting our firefighters and our citizens at risk.It great that a firefighter will now manage the pending repairs. And, there will continue to be an annual independent inspection. And, we hope he will report that back to us as well.Falsifying records shouldn be tolerated. And, safety shouldn be taken for granted.To respond to this editorial, send an e mail or call 812 253 0107. Box 1414, Evansville, IN 47701.Heavy snow causes concerns for some driversHeavy snow causes concerns for some driversUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 11:41 PM EDT2018 03 12 03:41:17 GMTWFIEHeavy snows across the tristate made roads slick Sunday night. Indiana State Police officials say they were called to many reports of slide offs and minor accidents after heavy snows pounded the tristate.Heavy snows across the tristate made roads slick Sunday night. Indiana State Police officials say they were called to many reports of slide offs and minor accidents after heavy snows pounded the tristate.Red Cross offering free smoke alarm installation, testingRed Cross offering free smoke alarm installation, testingUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 10:46 PM EDT2018 03 12 02:46:08 GMTLocal business owner publishes motivational bookLocal business owner publishes motivational bookUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 5:54 PM EDT2018 03 11 21:54:10 GMTGina Mullis proudly signed copies of her book this afternoon. But she says this hasn’t come easy. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few years ago, went through a divorce, and struggles as a small business owner of Amerie in Newburgh.Gina Mullis proudly signed copies of her book this afternoon. But she says this hasn’t come easy. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis a few years ago, went through a divorce, and struggles as a small business owner of Amerie in Newburgh.
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KOIN 6 News Staff PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) People fled Portland International Airport on Friday night after airport police attempted to arrest an individual with a warrant who struggled with police and reached for an officer’s gun, the Port of Portland confirmed.

Alexander F. Plata, 25, was arrested Friday, Dec. 29, 2017 after he allegedly resisted arrested and attempted to grab an officer’s gun. (MCSO) Alexander F. Plata, 25, was arrested Friday, Dec. 29, 2017 after he allegedly resisted arrested and attempted to grab an officer’s gun.

Joshua Frank was outside of arrivals with his wife at the time, waiting to be picked up by his in laws. Then, he said, a big storm of people came out of the doors.

“It kind of almost looked like a stampede,” Frank said.

Frank said an officer told him and others to get to the parking garage. He also said the officer told him someone had allegedly taken a firearm from a police officer. He called the situation “frantic.”

“It seemed top be a little bit of chaos, and of course in our day and age, anything like that can spark a lot of anxiety in people,” Frank said. “Fortunately it seemed like everything was taken care of pretty quickly.”

An additional announcement was made minutes later indicating that there was no emergency and the airport was clear.

The Port of Portland said the person later identified as 25 year old Alexander F. Plata reached for an officer’s gun, but never actually touched it. The Port of Portland said no one was injured and Plata is now in custody.

Plata had a misdemeanor warrant out of Marion County. After Friday’s incident, he is also charged with resisting arrest and assault on a police officer.
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is our belief based upon extensive experience in field sales and in the management of worldwide distribution channels that many companies fail to optimize sales at the territory level. This is an especially difficult task in general aviation where volumes are low and prices are high. Establishing effective territories can be a tricky proposition and evaluating the performance of those to whom territories are assigned more difficult yet. But nothing can hurt revenue production more than having ineffective territories and the lack of capability to make changes. We are confident that our experience and research can provide a significant return on investment to our clients. sales, then establishing the company’s international distribution network and, finally, taking on worldwide responsibility as vice president, sales. A veteran of 17 successful years in the field sales organizations of NYSE listed companies, he spent 10 years as a sales/marketing executive with information technology (IT) companies prior to joining Columbia Aircraft.

Based in London, Mike Pearce’s career has focused on aviation. At age 16, he was awarded a Royal Air Force flying scholarship, obtained his pilot’s license and became an RAF officer. He founded several aviation companies, selling one and taking another public. As the CEO of Air Touring, Ltd.,
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Marcia Schoelen of Bend has spent over 20 years orchestrating marketing plans from strategic planning through the execution stage, with brand stewardship as a key focus. Initially managing teams in Hollywood to produce national commercials for bi coastal companies and later transitioning to roles as production director, director and vice president of operations for design, marketing and advertising agencies, Schoelen became the focal point for the account and creative teams to produce integrated marketing campaigns for international clients such as Nike, Dr. Martens, and Daimler.

Skilled at integrating technology into the marketing mix, she led the push on the speaking circuit for interactive development since 1995 for marketing firms seeking to offer digital platforms in addition to traditional channels and later as vice president of operations for a tech start up that provided creative programming solutions for marketing companies.

A critical aspect in maximizing general aviation aircraft sales is the ability to secure financing for customers. Bruce Cady of Bend was the creator of Cirrus Finance which has been highly successful in reducing order cancellations and improving sales for Cirrus Aircraft. Cady duplicated these efforts at several other airplane companies and has been uniquely able to establish financing for new aircraft which have yet to establish their residual value. Led by Rob Harlow who has spent over 35 years in IT, a majority of that time specializing in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, they utilize an extensive database of distributors, system integrators and resellers. principals located in Bucharest, Romania and Sofia, Bulgaria in addition to Prague, we establish and manage optimal channels for our clients within EMEA and our experience throughout Eastern Europe is unmatched, offers Belzer. North America and the Pacific Rim, we offer our clients our extensive experience in the establishment and management of successful distribution channels.

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