1. Elio Motors was never a good or viable idea and never should have been given the exclusive option to purchase both the moveable and immovable property at the Shreveport plant. Paul Elio has an interesting vision for the future of automotive transportation.
The University of Findlay is one of the largest private colleges in Northwest Ohio. With a total enrollment of more than 4,000 students, the University of Findlay has nearly 80 programs including bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs. UF has been nationally recognized by U.
Guests will also enjoy delicious local food from Bergeron’s all day, and sweet treats from Highland Cream from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. Local, independent businesses Day Old Blues Record Store, Sweet Tee Shreveport and Rabbet Run will set up pop-up shops from 12 p.
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For some specialized units, the new body cameras will be upgrades to the ones currently being used. The new L-3 Body-Vision XP cameras utilize the same software as the department’s L-3 Mobile-Vision in car video systems, which will allow for faster upload times and easier storage of video.
Segment K Phase 2, a $139 million project, is a little over one mile of I-49 North consisting primarily of overpass interchanges. Over half of these bridges, which are pre-cast concrete segmental structures, have been fully constructed. All of the columns and footings for these overpasses are in place.
DAT Does the Trick will amaze young audiences with a magic show like no other. With over 15 years of experience, DAT the magician is a local favorite. Attendees will laugh, stare in amazement and wait anxiously for the next surprise. DAT will perform on the following dates:.
Asked how it feels to be running the new restaurant, General Manager Jose Cavazos said, “It feels awesome. I’m so glad and privileged that they pay me to do this, and I’m excited about the things that are going to happen in our community here. We’re excited, pumped up, ready to serve the community.