Clark snuffs out dope law hope Prime Minister Helen Clark has dampened down expectations of an immediate change to medicinal cannabis laws, saying Health Ministry advice should not be read as a major endorsement of its use.
Principal departures Clark county district faces mass exodus of experience The Clark County School District is bracing for a brain drain. Nearly one out of every five principals has at least 25 years in the teaching profession, and the number of retirements is continuing to climb.
Woman injured in Clark County single car accident A woman was injured Friday night in Clark County when the 2003 Jeep Cherokee she was driving left the road. Michelle M. Gomez, 27, of Neillsville, was flown to Saint Josephs Hospital and is now in fair condition. The accident happened at 10 p.m. Friday about a quarter of a mile east of Robin Avenue on Sherwood Road in the town of Washburn. Gomezs SUV was heading east on Sherwood Road when it left ...
Football star Clark to visit Former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark, most noted for The Catch that sent the 49ers to their first Super Bowl in 1982, is scheduled to appear at the 49ers vs. Raiders Bowl Classic flag football fundraiser set for May, organizers announced.
Overnight Obituary: Jerry Paul Clark RICHWOOD — Jerry Paul Clark, age 50, of Richwood, died at noon Saturday, Feb. 10, 2007, at The Cleveland Clinic. He was born March 27, 1956, in Newport, R.I., the son of John H. Clark Sr. and Gladys (Smith) Clark; they survive in Marion.
Clark County, Nevada, to Use EMTAs XenTx EMTA Holdings Inc., an energy and fuel conservation company, announced today that Clark County, Nevada, has agreed to use XenTx(TM) Diesel Fuel Treatment with CleanBoost technology in all county-owned diesel-powered vehicles.
Clark defends Cullen in levy backlash Prime Minister Helen Clark is defending Finance Minister Michael Cullen after fall-out from the idea of a mortgage tax threatens to damage the government.
Clark will return for Boulevard Battle after missing two games Belmont’s ten-game winning streak and hopes of running the table in the Atlantic Sun came to a rest last week when superstar forward Alysha Clark sprained her ankle in practice.
Resident threatens to sue Clark; says storm water damaged his property A man is threatening to sue Clark borough because he claims storm water has damaged his property and trees. Leland Loutzenhiser built a house last year at 2857 Winner Road and wants the borough to pay for costs he has incurred to fix a 4-foot ditch he says was created by storm-water runoff diverted by the borough’s drainage system.
Trade on Clark, Howards agenda Trade and other transtasman issues will be on the agenda as Australian Prime Minister John Howard visits later this week. Howard is due in the capital on Friday for an annual bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Helen Clark.