People who filed for divorce in Hamilton County Circuit Court, Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2019. Cutcher, Sheila Sparks v Cutcher, Raymond Terry Huskey, Margaret Yvonne v Huskey, Brett Wayne Haley, David Landon v Haley, Anna Faye Jacobs, Gweniqua v Jacobs, Derrell Cannon, Karen Murphy v Cannon, William Eugene Ii Wright, Nicholas E. v Wright, Sarah Elizabeth Wells, Steven Ellis Ii v Wells, Kayla Ann Wert, Rebecca Mary v Wert, Michael Albert Dickens, Laura Ann v Dickens, Curtis Roy Pike, Casey Nicole v Pike, John Christopher Hubbard, Johnnie Leon v Bumpass, Rosie Jean Kelly, Rebecca Jean v Jackson, Edward Lee Pendergrass, Jennifer Leann v Pendergrass, Gary Max Defur, Thomas Andrew Jr. v Defur, Lizabeth Anne Madden, Ronald v Madden, Berlinda A. Brattelid, Dag v Brattelid, Joyce G. Smith, Verinda Ruth v Wright, Steven Lee Bossy, Charlotte v Murphy, Jennifer Temple, Meghan Nichole v Temple, Michael Anthony Bryant, Stacey Lynn v Bryant, William Lee Ii Deweese, Faith Anne v Deweese, Justin William … [Read more...] about Hamilton County divorce filings, Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2019
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In Style | A Black Legacy, Wrapped Up in Fur ‘As soon as black women could afford to buy mink coats, white society and white women said fur was all wrong.’ Credit Credit Chester Higgins Jr./The New York Times Supported by ByJasmine Sanders Jan. 31, 2019 I. My mother, But their storage is purely sensible. We spoke at home in Chicago in January, on a night when the coats were newly home for the season. My mother was readying for bed. Her long hair was wrapped, her last cigarette of the night lit, and she was watching the evening news, waiting to hear whether the days ahead would bring snow and, with it, the opportunity to wear fur. “We grew up poor,” she said to me, though I’m plenty familiar. “We didn’t have a lot, but we always looked nice. I think black people, in general, no matter their incomes, like to look … [Read more...] about A Black Legacy, Wrapped Up in Fur
By Jacob Carpenter Updated 4:41 pm CST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 In this October 2018 file photo, Houston Independent School District trustees (LtoR) Sue Deigaard, Elizabeth Santos, Diana Dávila, Wanda Adams and Anne Sung listen as Grenita Lathan addresses the media during a press conference at the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center. Trustees apologized for the recent turmoil among the school board and stated that Lathan would continue to serve as the interim superintendent. less In this October 2018 file photo, Houston Independent School District trustees (LtoR) Sue Deigaard, Elizabeth Santos, Diana Dávila, Wanda Adams and Anne Sung listen as Grenita Lathan addresses the media during ... more Photo: Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Photo: Mark Mulligan, … [Read more...] about Texas investigates possible open meetings violations by HISD trustees
Matt Charboneau The Detroit News Published 5:54 PM EST Jan 16, 2019 As the wins keep piling up, the anticipation for Michigan State and Michigan squaring off in the final two weeks of the Big Ten regular season is growing. Of course, there’s a way to go until that point, but that hasn’t stopped the speculation of which team will come out on top. In this week’s mailbag we start to take an early peek at the matchup, and even dive into whether the next MSU head basketball coach is currently on staff. And what would a mailbag be without some football? Recruiting is tackled, as well as the standard questioning of Dantonio’s choices with his coaching staff. ►Question. All the metrics say MSU and UofM are top 10 basketball teams this year. Do you agree? If both teams are completely healthy, who do you think is better? -— @randycharb ►Answer. It’s hard to argue with most of those metrics when you combine it with what you … [Read more...] about Mailbag: Which team is better: Michigan State Spartans or Michigan?
The NFL star redefined himself after retirement from the sport, and found a whole new world of opportunity. Mary Pilon Published 8:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: Nigel Parry Photo: Nigel Parry Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Nigel Parry How Michael Strahan Took Control of His Post-Football Career 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Socks. It’s a Tuesday afternoon in October, and Michael Strahan is deep in thought about socks. “We can do more of these non-solids in a solid,” says Douglas Raicek, president of the trouser division at Peerless Clothing, as Strahan contemplates a pair of gray socks in his hands. The two are at work developing … [Read more...] about How Michael Strahan Took Control of His Post-Football Career