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Belichick was then pressed for reasoning on why he thought keeping his former starting cornerback out of the game was best for the team.

“I appreciate the question, but it would be a much longer discussion,” Belichick said. “There are a lot of things that go into that. In the end, the final decision is what I said it was.”

Belichick wouldn’t address several questions about whether he intends to come back to the Patriots next season. The coach said he already had addressed the issue. “I don’t have to answer the same question every day,” Belichick said. “It’s ridiculous . . . “At the end of every season every player goes through some kind of process and the following year is the following year,” Belichick said. “I can’t speak for anyone else . . . five minutes after the game is not best time to make those decisions.”The Patriots are poised to lose both defensive coordinator Matt Patricia (to coach the Lions) and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (to coach the Colts). Belichick had no update on their status. There was a report from Pro Football Talk on Sunday that the McDaniels move to Indianapolis might not be a sure thing,
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but Belichick shed no light on that.”I have no idea,” he said. “You’d have to talk to those teams that are involved.”

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Coffey Park one of the most publicized communities that suffered major losses in the recent wildfires is moving closer toward a viable plan to rebuild.

Though there may be confusion among residents who lost homes during the recent fires about how to rebuild, architects and builders are confident that Coffey Park can be rebuilt in record time, provided residents take an active part in the process.

“We are determined to get it done fast and cost effectively, despite logistical challenges, and building during the winter months,” said John Allen, project manager at APM Homes in Santa Rosa.

The biggest challenge is getting input from all the residents of the area and actively engaging them.

“Through a consensus, it (what to build) has to come from the people,” Allen said.

Several meetings have been held, and at the latest block captains were elected.

“There’s been a lot of positive feedback from community leaders and residents,” Allen said.

Residents are already being directed to Draftech Blueprinting in Santa Rosa, a copy center for architects, to view floor plans.

The key is to rebuild quickly, said Julia Donoho, an architect and attorney and the chair of the American Institute of Architect’s Redwood Empire’s Firestorm Recovery Committee, which was first formed in response to the 2015 Valley fire in nearby Lake County.

“We’re in a race to keep people from a breaking point and leaving,” she said.

During the recent wildfires, Sonoma County lost about 5,000 homes, and Santa Rosa the largest city in the county had 3,000 homes destroyed and entire neighborhoods wiped out. The homes lost in Santa Rosa represent roughly 5 percent of its housing stock.

About 1,300 homes were lost in Coffey Park, a middle class neighborhood.

Donoho, a resident of Windsor, is volunteering her efforts on project Coffey Park Rebuild Together (CPR T), to rebuild all of Santa Rosa’s Coffey Park neighborhood and talking to builders, bankers, and homeowners,
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pushing for a speedy recovery that she believes will exceed every recovery effort on record.

It’s necessary, she said, having learned from the Valley Fire why people give up.

“It becomes an onerous process,” she said. “People don’t understand the process, feel alone, the insurance money isn’t enough, and they just don’t have the stamina. Understanding why people leave, how to give them hope is the key.”

To that end, Donoho has been speaking with displaced residents, large scale builders, and bankers.

She wants to give residents as many options as possible for rebuilding, whether in small or large groups, or individually.

APM Homes is one of about a dozen large and small builders in the area working with Donoho to figure out how they can best work together to rebuild the area. The quickest and most cost effective way would be a group build.

“It obviously makes sense to build en mass,” Allen said.

He believes that the first homes could be completed by as early as summer 2018.

“We have reached out to our local subcontractors as well as subcontractors from out of town and we believe that we can rally the manpower to do so,” he said.

A group build, whether with 10, 50, or 100, takes organization, to help people work with the insurance, architect, and city permits with efficiency but the process is fairly simple, according to Jeff Pack, an executive with Stonefield Companies, one of the handful of builders responsible for rebuilding hundreds of the homes lost in Scripps Ranch, in San Diego, after the 2003 Cedar fire. That deadly blaze that destroyed a total of more than 2,300 residential properties in the region,
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Sept. 9, 1927 Feb. 4, 2016

Dessie Tucker Roper, 88, of Georgetown, Texas passed away on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 with her loving family by her side. Burial will follow at Fore Cemetery in Georgetown, Texas.

Dessie was born on September 9, 1927 in Andice, Texas to parents John Rhea and Martha Alice (Williams) Tucker. Hard work was instilled into Dessie at an early age, which carried over into her career. She loyally worked for the Owens Illinois Glass Plant in Waco, Texas for over 42 years. You wouldn’t catch Dessie out of the house without her hair done and her make up on. She was feisty, loyal, dedicated, caring, a sweet woman who would not hesitate to give you the shirt off her back or start dancing at the sound of music. Dessie loved life and would tell anyone that the best days of her life were the days her grandchildren and great grandchildren were born.

Dessie was preceded in death by her husband, Jiggs Roper; son, Johnny Wayne Allen; parents, John and Martha Tucker; brothers, James E. Tucker, Aubrey H. Tucker, and Olen Tucker; sisters, Rosie Allen, Faye Tucker, and Alpha Green.

To cherish her memory, Dessie leaves behind her daughter, Shirley Woodliff and husband, Carl; sister, Johnnie Good; twin sister, Essie Stephens; granddaughters, Joy Stokes and Todd Martens, Cindy Schneider and husband, Gregg, Tina Barron, Tina Dawson, and Stacey Woodliff; great grandchildren, Reagan Sansom, Blake Cox, Hailey and Lauren Schneider; as well as many other nieces and nephews.

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Forty years in the making She earned a degree in marketing and financial planning from Husson University in Maine, but she intended to work on the creative side using her love of art. “I always aspired to be an artist, so I went to school thinking I’d later work as a commercial artist. Now, it would be a graphic artist, but at the time there were no computers so we did it all by hand,” she said. Then in 1973, she answered an ad to be a sketch artist at International Shoe Co. that was then located on Washington Avenue. She was thrilled to get a job with “artist” in her title, but she ended up sketching shoe patterns. It wasn’t as exciting as she’d hoped, but “I really fell in love with the work. Once you’re in the shoe business you don’t want to leave.”From nightmare to dream job “I was the only female in a department of 40 men at a time when they were used to having no women around. Some men wouldn’t even talk to me . and the ones that did talk to me said things I didn’t want to hear, but I hung in and they hung in.” She said that her acumen for the work earned her the respect of a European executive at the company who became her mentor. “He said he liked my work and wanted to teach me everything he knew,” she said. She worked there for five years and then moved to the East Coast to work strictly as a designer. Even when her husband relocated to Missouri for work, she continued work in New York and kept an apartment in Queens (that was near her daughter at the time) and commute back and forth throughout the week. When she decided to stop commuting, she thought she’d have to give up working in the shoe business.After rehab “I think I’d watched too many HGTV home improvement shows or something. Rehabbing a house is nothing like you see on the shows. It’s . nothing like that. We rehabbed a four family house in Tower Grove, and it almost killed me,
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A Derby Middle School teacher has been suspended after being arrested for exploitation of a child. The 37 year old teacher was arrested on two counts of exploitation of a child.

Sedgwick County Jail records show Cody Chitwood was arrested this afternoon. The arrest comes as the result of a two month investigation of child pornography. A Derby school spokesperson said it is her understanding the case does not involve students or other staff members.

Chitwood has been suspended with pay. A school directory lists him as a special education teacher.

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NCAA game times released for WichitaNCAA game times released for WichitaINTRUST Bank Arena officials have released practice and game time schedules for the NCAA tournament games.

INTRUST Bank Arena officials have released practice and game time schedules for the NCAA tournament games.

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The Shockers are tournament bound for the seventh straight season. Wichita State draws a No. 4 seed in the East Region and will battle No. on Friday in San Diego on TNT.

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The Kansas Jayhawks are heading to Wichita as a No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. This is the eighth tie in the last 12 years for KU to earn one of the four top seeds and it’s also the 29th straight year they’ve made an appearance in the NCAAs.

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NCAA game times released for WichitaNCAA game times released for WichitaINTRUST Bank Arena officials have released practice and game time schedules for the NCAA tournament games.

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The Shockers are tournament bound for the seventh straight season. Wichita State draws a No. 4 seed in the East Region and will battle No. on Friday in San Diego on TNT.

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The Kansas Jayhawks are heading to Wichita as a No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament. This is the eighth tie in the last 12 years for KU to earn one of the four top seeds and it’s also the 29th straight year they’ve made an appearance in the NCAAs.

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CORTLAND, Ohio (WKBN) the weekend, a sheriff deputy lost control of his cruiser and crashed right into a local judge Cortland backyard.

can see the tracks almost back to the corner of Gates [Street], where he went off the road, said Central District Court Judge Thomas Campbell. Sunday after the deputy apparently lost control of his cruiser, stopping within centimeters of Campbell house along State Route 5.

didn actually even hear the accident. I was woken by an officer at my front door, assuring me it didn appear that he had hit my house, Campbell said.

The deputy plowed through a row of trees and bushes and hit a large landscape rock before coming to a stop right next to Campbell back stoop.

was a little astonished, and he came to rest immediately next to the house but apparently never actually struck the house, Campbell said.

The deputy told Cortland police he was going about 45 miles per hour on State Route 5, on his way to help the Ohio State Highway Patrol, when he lost traction. Responding officers say the road was a sheet of ice and extremely slippery.

The front end of the cruiser was heavily damaged in the crash.

was concerned about the officer. Apparently, he was injured. Come to understand since,not seriously, at least that the word I getting, Campbell said.

The deputy was taken to Trumbull Memorial Hospital, where he was treated and released. He is expected to be okay but it unknown when he return to work.

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Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Joseph Bailey was arrested Wednesday, after 3 month long investigation. He is accused of knowingly and willingly facilitating an attack on an inmate at the Santa Rita Jail.

This stems back to an incident on Oct. 24. Bailey and an inmate allegedly had some sort of argument. Only a few hours later, that inmate was attacked by a group of about 6 other inmates.

“We believe there was some type of interaction that took place between him and the inmate that was attacked, said Sgt. Ray Kelly. “And that maybe out of retaliation or retribution he sanctioned this assault to occur.”

This happened in the dormitory area of the jail’s minimum security facility in Dublin.

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but used his power and knowledge to put that inmate in a dangerous situation with other individuals. “It appears the deputy knew or possibly knew that when he put this particular inmate in this particular location that the likelihood that they would assault him was high,” he said.

The attack was so severe, the inmate had to be hospitalized. Other employees who witnessed or caught wind of the fight told their supervisor. Other inmates were interviewed during the investigation.

Bailey is out on bail. The 28 year old lives in Tracy and is on paid administrative leave. In a statement Chief Ahern said, “The moment I heard of these allegations, I directed my staff to do a complete and thorough investigation. I am confident this single incident is isolated to this individual.”Report a Typo
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Wiley Dorothy Joann, Hsu Hilary, Bolan Robert, Voskanian Alen, Elashoff David, Young Stephen, Dayrit Ruvy, Barman Provaboti, Deazambuja Katherine, Masongsong Emmanuel V, Martnez Maza Otoniel, Detels Roger, Comparison of 2 Anal Cytology Protocols to Predict High Grade Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia. Journal of lower genital tract disease. 2013; 123(5): .

Matse Johannes H, Yoshizawa Janice, Wang Xiaoyan, Elashoff David, Bolsher Jan G, Veerman Enno C, Bloemena Elisabeth, Wong David T, Discovery and pre validation of salivary extracellular microRNA biomarkers panel for the non invasive detection of benign and malignant parotid gland tumors. Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. 2013; 123(5): .

Rullo Ornella J, Woo Jennifer Mp, Parsa Miriam F, Hoftman Alice Dc, Maranian Paul, Elashoff David A, Niewold Timothy B, Grossman Jennifer M, Hahn Bevra H, McMahon Maureen, McCurdy Deborah K, Tsao Betty P, Plasma levels of osteopontin identify patients at risk for organ damage in systemic lupus erythematosus. Arthritis research therapy. 2013; 15(1): R18.

Fitz Gibbon Sorel, Tomida Shuta, Chiu Bor Han, Nguyen Lin, Du Christine, Liu Minghsun, Elashoff David, Erfe Marie C, Loncaric Anya, Kim Jenny, Modlin Robert L, Miller Jeff F, Sodergren Erica, Craft Noah, Weinstock George M, Li Huiying,Propionibacterium acnes Strain Populations in the Human Skin Microbiome Associated with Acne. The Journal of investigative dermatology. 2013; 15(1): .

Grill Joshua D, Karlawish Jason, Elashoff David, Vickrey Barbara G, Risk disclosure and preclinical Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial enrollment. Alzheimer’s dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Thompson Christopher F, Kim Brandon J, Lai Chi, Grogan Tristan, Elashoff David, St John Maie A, Wang Marilene B, Sinonasal rhabdomyosarcoma: prognostic factors and treatment outcomes. International forum of allergy rhinology. 2013; 123(5): .

Grisby Shaunda, Miller Mia, Dunn James C Y, Patel Swati, Elashoff David, Duffy Erin L, Shapiro Nina L, Variations in pre operative management of adolescents undergoing elective surgery. International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology. 2013; 77(5): 770 5.

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Miller Mia E, Palla Beth, Chen Qiaolin, Elashoff David A, Abemayor Elliot, St John Maie A, Lai Chi K, A novel classification system for perineural invasion in noncutaneous head and neck squamous cell carcinoma: histologic subcategories and patient outcomes. American journal of otolaryngology. 2012; 33(2): 212 5.

Hu David, Lau Ontario D, Wang Linda, Wang Guanyu, Schaue Dorthe, Zhu Li, Huang Min, Lin Yuan, Dennis Miranda, Abemayor Elliot, Elashoff David A, Dubinett Steven M, McBride William H, Sharma Sherven,
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Calzada Audrey P, Miller Mia, Lai Chi K, Elashoff David A, Abemayor Elliot, St John Maie A, Adenoid cystic carcinoma of the airway: a 30 year review at one institution. American journal of otolaryngology. 2012; 33(2): 226 31.

Hoshimoto Sojun, Shingai Tatsushi, Morton Donald L, Kuo Christine, Faries Mark B, Chong Kelly, Elashoff David, Wang He Jing, Elashoff Robert M, Hoon Dave S B,Association between circulating tumor cells and prognosis in patients with stage III melanoma with sentinel lymph node metastasis in a phase III international multicenter trial. Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. 2012; 30(31): 3819 26.

Balaker Ashley E, Abemayor Elliot, Elashoff David, St John Maie A, Cancer of unknown primary: Does treatment modality make a difference?. The Laryngoscope. 2012; 122(6): 1279 82.

Harber Philip, Bontemps Johnny, Saechao Kaochoy, Wu Samantha, Liu Yihang, Elashoff David, Career paths in occupational medicine. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine / American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2012; 54(11): 1324 9.

Ringman John M, Coppola Giovanni, Elashoff David, Rodriguez Agudelo Yaneth, Medina Luis D, Gylys Karen, Cummings Jeffrey L, Cole Greg M, Cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers and proximity to diagnosis in preclinical familial Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders. 2012; 33(1): 1 5.

Chow Nicole, Aarsland Dag, Honarpisheh Hedieh, Beyer Mona K, Somme Johanne H, Elashoff David, Rongve Arvid, Tysnes Ole B, Thompson Paul M, Apostolova Liana G,Comparing hippocampal atrophy in Alzheimer’s dementia and dementia with lewy bodies. Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders. Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS. 2012; .

Konijeti Ramdev, Koyama Satomi, Gray Ashley, Barnard R James, Said Jonathan W, Castor Brandon, Elashoff David, Wan Junxiang, Beltran Pedro J, Calzone Frank J, Cohen Pinchas, Galet Colette, Aronson William J, Effect of a Low Fat Diet Combined with IGF 1 Receptor Blockade on 22Rv1 Prostate Cancer Xenografts. Molecular cancer therapeutics. 2012; .

Kagara Naofumi, Huynh Kelly T, Kuo Christine, Okano Hideyuki, Sim Myung Shin, Elashoff David, Chong Kelly, Giuliano Armando E, Hoon Dave S B, Epigenetic regulation of cancer stem cell genes in triple negative breast cancer. The American journal of pathology. 2012; 181(1): 257 67.

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Vrushali Patil, suffered serious head injuries in the collision on May 3 and died from her injuries in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge on Monday.

The 34 year old, who worked in Swaffham, had been driving home to Eaton, near Norwich, when the crash happened at Honingham and had previously phoned her six year old daughter to say she was setting off.

Paying tribute to his wife yesterday, Dr Charak Patil, 39, said: “She was very much respected and loved as a dentist in the community, particularly among children and the elderly. She was very hard working and passed her dental exams on her first attempt.

“Vrushali was very well known in the Swaffham area and very highly appreciated. She spoke to her daughter before leaving the office and had been very cheerful.”

Dr Patil was originally from India and moved to the UK in early 2003, but had remained very close to the family she left behind.

Her father, Arun Deshmukh, said he would speak to his daughter and granddaughter every day using Skype.

“She would be cooking and she never felt very far away from us. It was always like she was just in the next room,” Mr Deshmukh,
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Dr Patil had hoped to specialise in children’s dentistry and last year started a four year correspondence course with King’s College in London. She managed to juggle working full time with studying and motherhood and enjoyed swimming and badminton.

“She was getting very good marks and was very intelligent,” her husband added. “She will be remembered as a very good dentist and a very good human being.”

Dr Patil had been with John Holmes Dental Surgery in The Pightle, Swaffham, for three years and had been happy working at the practice.

Last night, her colleagues said: “The staff are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of a very talented dentist and lovable work colleague. We were touched by her expertise, her humour, and her compassion. She leaves a very big void at the practice and will be missed by all the staff and her patients.”

Dr Patil’s family would like to thank staff at Addenbrooke’s and their police family liaison officer for all her support.

The funeral arrangements are still being finalised, but the service is expected to be held in Cambridge next week, with close family only in attendance.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash, which happened at about 5.15pm on May 3. Dr Patil was driving a grey Toyota Yaris towards Norwich when it was in collision with a white VW campervan close to the Sandy Lane turning. The campervan driver, a 66 year old man from Leicester, died at the scene.
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