Daily Archives: December 11, 2018

Teacher Faces Charges After Forcibly Cutting A Student’s Hair While Singing Anthem « Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — A California high school teacher has lost her job and is facing multiple criminal charges after cellphone video emerged showing her forcibly cutting a student’s hair while belting out an incorrect rendition of the National Anthem. Margaret Gieszinger, 52, who was teaching at University Preparatory High School in Visalia, faces six criminal misdemeanor charges: one count of false ...

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The Mission of Dutton Farm « Detroit News Watch

Detroit (Detroit News Watch) – It all began with one woman’s love for her sister. A bond that is now making a difference right here in Metro Detroit.                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dutton Farm in Rochester is like no other farm in the area. They are on a mission to celebrate, educate and employ people with special needs. “Dutton Farm is a non-profit organization ...

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Connecting customers with local farm fresh food is the job of the Michigan food hub

“Last week you could not eat romaine lettuce,” says Jeremy Andrews, chief executive of Sprout BC, the Battle Creek-based food organization. He’s referring to a Nov. 26 warning by the USDA and other authorities that consumers, retailers, and restaurants should discard romaine lettuce due to a multi-state outbreak of e-coli infections, which started in October and was linked to lettuce shipped ...

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Nevada Man Central To Howard Hughes Inheritance Fight Dies « Detroit News Watch

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Melvin Dummar, a delivery driver who falsely claimed that billionaire Howard Hughes left a handwritten will bequeathing him $156 million, has died in rural Nevada. Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly (WER’-lee) said Dummar died Sunday under hospice care. He was 74.   1930: US industrialist and film producer Howard Hughes (1905 – 1976). (Photo by Topical ...

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How simply loving Detroit is the key to this shop’s success

Disclaimer: Michael Boettcher is an area tour guide for Pure Detroit and other private clients. Before Detroit was the new anything, before Detroit was vs. anybody, or hustled harder, Detroit was Pure. Pure Detroit opened its first shop 20 years ago, on Thanksgiving Day 1998. Today, the company that bills itself as “Detroit’s Original Culture Shop” is a collection of six ...

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