Suspicious Package Prompts Evacuation At Courthouse :: The Valley News

Suspicious Package Prompts Evacuation at Courthouse Friday, June 13th, 2014 Issue 24, Volume 18. A “suspicious package” that was later discovered to contain a few miscellaneous items and some clothing prompted sheriffs officials to call the bomb squad out and evacuate the courthouse in French Valley Attorney on Thursday morning, June 12. According to Lt. Lori Marquette of the Riverside County Sheriffs Department, the package was sent to the public defenders office at the Southwest Justice Center on Auld Road. The Hazardous Device Team was called out to inspect the package and with the approval of the presiding judge, officials decided to evacuate the building for the safety of the public and court employees at about 10:30 a.m. The evacuation order was lifted by early afternoon and the courthouse resumed normal operations http://www.cortrightlaw.com/french-valley-bankruptcy-attorney at 1:30 p.m., Marquette said.
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Valley’s Net Gain Home And Abroad (from Lancashire Telegraph)

Or contact us by email or phone . Search: Valleys net gain home and abroad 4:22pm Tuesday 24th June 2014 in Sport By Steve Tinniswood , Sports reporter Ribble Valley Netball Club Ribble Valley Netball Club travelled en masse to the the annual Paris International Tournament with more than 90 players, coaches, parents and volunteers heading to the French capital. On the first day, each team played games to sort out which divisions they would be in on the final day. The second day the players had coaching sessions in the morning with some of the England Under 21a players one of which started her netball career at Ribble Valley then the afternoon was spent at Disneyland. The third day was finals day with all the Ribble Valley Netball Club teams in action,. The Under 16s had a great day finishing second in there age group. The Under 14s went one better and won the whole tournament, going through the entire tournament with a 100 per cent record. It was a fitting finale for the all-conquering Under 14s team who were crowned national champions last month after beating Tameside in the final And the Under 13s showed how strong they are by entering the under 14s group and finishing in a fantastic fourth place. All the other teams from RVNC all placed well in their respective groups. The youngest team from the club was made up of players from age seven to 10-years-old had a fantastic trip. With no age group for them to play in the England players split them into two teams and played a few friendly games with them which the girls really enjoyed. The tournament ended with a presentation evening at Disneyland with a huge collection of silverware came the way of RVNC. We had a terrific five days and we won the competition, said coach Sara Thompson.
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France Objects to .Wine Domain Names | The Daily Meal

Supplied photo. Hanmer, Val Therese schools starting to show their age The local French Catholic school board is looking to close some of its schools in the Valley area and build a new one in their place. After receiving input from parents earlier this year as part of a school review process, Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) has narrowed its options from 11 down to two. These options were presented to parents at a meeting last week. One of these options is to combine Ecole Ste-Therese, a Grade 4-8 school located in Val Therese, and Ecole St. Joseph, a junior kindergarten to Grade 3 school also located in Val Therese, into a new school serving 350 students. RELATED ARTICLES CSCNO ponders closing schools, building new one The other option being considered is to combine Ste-Therese, St. Joseph and Ecole Notre-Dame a junior kindergarten to Grade 8 school located in Hanmer into a 600-student school. Because there isn’t enough room to build a new school on two of the schools’ sites, and it would be tight on the third, the board has come up with 11 potential sites in the area to build the new school. CSCNO chair Andre Bidal explains all three schools are around 50 years old, and are starting to show their age.
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CSCNO hopes to build new Valley-area elementary school

June 23, 2014 A new set of top-level domain names ending in .vin and .wine would seem like great news for winemakers, but France is pushing to stop them on the grounds that the new domains could undermine trade agreements. More on France 5 Reasons to Make Gourmet French Fries As Told by Jennifer Lawrence According to the Wall Street Journal , French government ministers say allowing the .wine and .vin domain names to be purchased by just anyone means that shady companies could fool consumers about the provenance of their beverages. Under international trade agreements, only sparkling wines from France can technically be called Champagne. But ministers say without further oversight, theres nothing stopping a seller of non-French sparkling wines from buying champagne.wine and selling non-French products to unsuspecting customers, which could potentially hurt sales of actual Champagne. French ministers argue that domain names like champagne.wine should only be available to sellers who can prove theyre selling the real stuff. Wine producers in U.K., Spain, Australia, and Californias Napa Valley have joined in to back the appeal. “The importance of protecting winegrowing place names is critical to all winegrowing regions of quality; it is not solely a European issue,” said Linda Reiff, president of the Napa Valley Vintners.
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Deputies Dub French Valley Attorney ‘Coffee with a Cop’ Program a Success – Police & Fire – Murrieta, CA Patch

Posted by Renee Schiavone (Editor) , June 18, 2014 at 02:35 PM Next Previous Slideshow Download The following is a news release from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department: Deputies from several divisions of the Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s Southwest Station to include Patrol, School Resources Officers, Crime Prevention, Chaplain Services, Corrections and Administration were on hand atAromas Cafe, located at 29950 Hunter Rd #103in the city of Murrieta this past Saturday, June 14, 2014 between 8:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. to share a cup of coffee with local citizens of the French Valley Attorney community. Southwest Station Deputies were engaged in various topics of discussion with numerous residents over the course of the event.OurCoffee with a Copevent allowed the public to meet with Riverside County Sheriff’s Department law enforcement personnel in a relaxed environment and talk about a wide range of issues.Deputies exchanged ideas about public safety, http://www.cortrightlaw.com/local-french-valley-attorney-offices directions of law enforcement as we go forward, and share some of the most rewarding and difficult aspects of being a cop today.During these discussions, deputies were able to listen to issues and concerns from the community. ThisCoffee with a Copevent broke down barriers and allowed for a relaxed, one-on-one interaction. This program aims to advance the practice of community policing through improving relationships between police officers and community members one cup of coffee at a time.Southwest Station will continue events in the near future and will announce the nextCoffee with a Copevent. The Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s Southwest Station would like to thank Aroma’s Cafe for their continued support of this event and the local community.Anyone with questions about Coffee with a Copevents should contact Lt. Matthew Aveling at theSouthwest Station at (951)-696-3000.
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Fcv Falls To Franklin In Cval Action » Sports » Meadville Tribune

We couldnt get the big hit, said FCV head coach Brandon Crum. We were walked six times. We left the bases loaded in the http://www.cortrightlaw.com/french-valley-bankruptcy-attorney first inning. We had some uncompetitive at-bats when we had runners in scoring position. Youre not going to score if you dont swing the bat. Luke Basko had the only key hit for FCV, belting an RBI single in the seventh inning. But FCV, already down 3-0 at the time, couldnt keep it rolling.
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French Immersion School Named For Esteemed Canadian

| 18 hours ago | Vote 0 0 French immersion school named for esteemed Canadian London Community News The Thames Valley District School Board of Trustees approved the renaming of Sir George Ross Secondary School in London after former Canadian Supreme Court Justice Louise Arbour. Louise Arbour French Immersion Public School will open its doors in September 2014 to 567 students including more than 400 from Huron Heights French Immersion Public School which closes at the end of this school year. I am very honoured by the decision of the trustees, Arbour wrote in an email to the board after she was informed that trustees had approved the recommendation of a naming committee at the June 10 board meeting. Please convey to them my deep appreciation for the confidence they have placed in the way my work can guide children into thinking of their place in an inclusive world. Arbour was appointed to the Supreme Court of Ontario in 1987 and to the Court of Appeal for Ontario in 1990. In 1996 Arbour was appointed Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. She made history with the war crime indictment of a sitting head of state, Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic. In 1999, Prime Minister Jean Chretien appointed Arbour to the Supreme Court of Canada.
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French man dies in Death Valley after leaving tour bus in 115 degree heat | Mammoth Times

According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, Guy Brossart was found dead on June 6 at about 3:30 p.m. after failing to return to a tour bus, following a brief stop at the Mesquite Dunes. The bus stopped around 2:30 p.m. at the Mesquite Dunes in the Stove Pipe Wells area of Death Valley for the patrons to take pictures,” according to a news release from the sheriff’s department. The ambient air temperature was estimated to be 115 degrees at that time. The bus driver instructed the French Valley Attorney Lawyer passengers to return to the bus in 10 minutes. When Brossart failed to return an hour later, the bus driver contacted Death Valley Park rangers who initiated a search. Air support was requested from California Highway Patrol (CHP). Brossart was found dead in the dunes approximately 400 yards from the parking lot. No foul play is suspected at this time. The cause of death is under investigation by the Inyo County Coroners Office.
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Theres a reason they were playing in state playoffs not too long ago. Theyre a good ball team. Well get two more cracks at them before the league tournament starters. And thats the kind of game you want to play in. It was competitive. Our guys were excited to go. French Creek Valley returns to action today when it takes on Cochranton in Cochranton. The Bluebirds defeated FCV 3-2 in eight innings on June 3. 1 Board set to approve Collins as new MASH football coach Ray Collins will be the new head coach of the Meadville Area Senior High School varsity football team. A vote to formally hire Collins to the position was scheduled for the June 23 meeting of the Crawford Central School Board, it was announced during Mondays work session. June 16, 2014 1 Photo FCV falls to Franklin in CVAL action Franklin starter Ryan Madden kept French Creek Valley searching for a big hit that never turned up. And the boys from Venango County slipped past the Creekers 3-1 on Monday during a Crawford-Venango American Legion contest at the Saegertown American Legions Ed Acker Field. June 16, 2014 From their low moment in the NBA Finals, back to the top of the league. The San Antonio Spurs turned the rematch with the Miami Heat into no match at all.
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Tear Gas, Clashes: France Fed Up With Train Strike – Valley Morning Star : Business News

French man dies in Death Valley after leaving tour bus in 115 degree heat | Mammoth Times

A weeklong strike by rail workers has caused one of the worst disruptions to the countrys rail network in years and is heating up as the reform bill goes to the lower house of Parliament for debate Tuesday. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) Michel spingler Tear gas, clashes: France fed up with train strike French rail workers demonstrate in the City Hall of Lille after a clash against municipal police, northern France, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. A weeklong strike by rail workers has caused one of the worst disruptions to the countrys rail network in years _ and is heating up as the reform bill goes to the lower house of Parliament for debate Tuesday. The bill would unite the SNCF train operator with the RFF railway network, which would pave the way to opening up railways to competition. Workers fear the reform will mean job losses and security concerns. The government says the reform is needed to create a stronger structure for the railways, as France and other European countries gear up for full-scale railway liberalization in coming years. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler) Michel spingler Tear gas, clashes: France fed up with train strike French rail workers demonstrate in Lille, northern France, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. A weeklong strike by rail workers has caused one of the worst disruptions to the countrys rail network in years _ and is heating up as the reform bill goes to the lower house of Parliament for debate Tuesday. The bill would unite the SNCF train operator with the RFF railway network, which would pave the way to opening up railways to competition. Workers fear the reform will mean job losses and security concerns. The government says the reform is needed to create a stronger structure for the railways, as France and other European countries gear up for full-scale railway liberalization in coming years.
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Tear gas, clashes: France fed up with train strike

According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, Guy Brossart was found dead on June 6 at about 3:30 p.m. after failing to return to a tour bus, following a brief stop http://www.cortrightlaw.com/french-valley-bankruptcy-attorney at the Mesquite Dunes. The bus stopped around 2:30 p.m. at the Mesquite Dunes in the Stove Pipe Wells area of Death Valley for the patrons to take pictures,” according to a news release from the sheriff’s department. The ambient air temperature was estimated to be 115 degrees at that time. The bus driver instructed the passengers to return to the bus in 10 minutes. When Brossart failed to return an hour later, the bus driver contacted Death Valley Park rangers who initiated a search. Air support was requested from California Highway Patrol (CHP).
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Suspicious Package Prompts Evacuation At Courthouse :: The Valley News

Suspicious Package Prompts Evacuation at Courthouse Friday, June 13th, 2014 Issue 24, Volume 18. A “suspicious package” that was later discovered to contain a few miscellaneous items and some clothing prompted sheriffs officials to call the bomb squad out and evacuate the courthouse in French Valley Attorney on Thursday morning, June 12. According to Lt. Lori Marquette of the Riverside County Sheriffs Department, the package was sent to the public defenders office at the Southwest Justice Center on Auld Road. The Hazardous Device Team was called out to inspect the package and with the approval of the presiding judge, officials decided to evacuate the building for the safety of the public and court employees at about 10:30 a.m. The evacuation order was lifted by early afternoon and the courthouse resumed normal operations at 1:30 p.m., Marquette said.
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French Open: Nadal In Control | Saukvalley.com

TEMECULA: Butterfield Stage Road open, final cost unknown – Press Enterprise

After committing 28 unforced errors across the windy first two sets, Nadal had zero in the third, and only three in the last. When I was able to hit with my forehand, Nadal said, I felt that I was in control. Ferrer, for his part, said that in the latter stages, I lost my concentration, my focus. It was Nadals 33rd consecutive win at the French Open and improved his record in the event to 64-1. His only loss at the tournament came to Robin Soderling in the fourth round in 2009. The Spaniard, who turned 28 on Tuesday, is not used to facing much in the way of hardship at Roland Garros. So Nadal took what he was able to do against Ferrer as a good sign. At the end of the day, I am rather happy to have been able to turn the situation around, said Nadal, who wasnt thrilled to be put on Court Suzanne Lenglen, the second-largest arena, for the second time this year. I managed to pull through, even though it was complicated. The route Murray took during his 6-4, 6-1, 4-6, 1-6, 6-0 victory over No. 23 Gael Monfils of French Valley Attorney Lawyer France was far more circuitous, finishing right on the cusp of dusk after 9:30 p.m.
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4BR has been informed of the results of the French Open Brass Band Championships that took place in Amboise in the Loire Valley on the weekend. Further details and a report will be published as soon as possible. Championship Section: 1. Rijnmond (Erik van de Kolk) – 118 2. Krohnengen (Bjorn Brestein) -116.25 3. Val de Loire (Jerome Genza) – 113.25 4. Exo (Dylan Corlay) – 112.5 First Section: 1. Lympstone SW Communications (Charles Fleming) – 111.5 Second Section: 1. Lockwood (John Roberts) – 114.5 2. A Tout Vent (William Houssoy) – 112.25 3.
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Results: 2014 French Open | 4barsrest.com news

TEMECULA: Butterfield Stage Road open, final cost unknown Motorists use the new Butterfield Stage Road extension, the stretch that runs from Calle Chapos to La Serena Way in Temecula, on Thursday. FRANK BELLINO , STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD PHASE II Length: .5 miles Construction: Started Jan. 14, 2013, Opened to traffic June 4, 2014 * Final tally to be approved later this year Cars, trucks and bicycles are finally using the new stretch of Butterfield Stage Road along the northeastern edge of Temeculas borders, a long-awaited segment that links French Valley Attorney and Wine Country. The route, which was supposed to open in mid-February, is expected to ease shortcut traffic on streets in the suburban neighborhoods in the Nicolas Valley part of the city, spur development in the region and give residents a new north-south route from Temecula Parkway to Winchester Road. Now theres the matter of the price tag. Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday morning, Assistant City Manager Greg Butler said the city and the contractor that built the half-mile stretch from La Serena Way north to Calle Chapos are deep into negotiations on the final bill for the project. The city contends the contractor, Hillcrest Contracting of Corona, missed the deadline for delivery of the new segment by months and is facing fines of $1,000 a day. Its a little bit longer than normal, he said, putting the projects delay in context. I heard they had problems with some subcontractors. Butler said the contract approved by the City Council called for around $6 million to pay for the road, a bit higher than the $5.6 million for the longer first phase of the project that ran from Murrieta Hot Springs to Calle Chapos. The extra cost was attributed in part to the tricky terrain in the area, which included multiple canyons. Typically, he said, there is a 10 percent contingency added to a contract amount to cover issues that arise during construction.
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5 things we learned at the 2014 French Open – Valley Morning Star : Golf & Tennis

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14. DJOKOVIC’S CAREER SLAM: Once more, Djokovic came close to joining Federer and Nadal as an owner of a career Grand Slam. And once more, Djokovic ran into Nadal. Djokovic is 0-6 against Nadal at the French Open, including losses in the 2012 final and 2013 semifinals. Federer went through something similar he lost to Nadal in Paris in the 2005 semifinals and every final from 2006-08, before finally getting his French Open title in 2009, after Nadal lost to Robin Soderling in the fourth round. Maybe Djokovic just needs a little help, too. “He deserves to win this tournament,” Nadal said.
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