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In life, and even in death, the joys and sacrifices of Army Spc. Moises Gonzalez attracted little attention. He was born in Nicaragua, grew up in Huntington Park and Maywood, had children young and joined the Army to support them, according to friends...
Tags: Television Industry, Afghanistan
Money & CompanyHere's your last-train-to-Clarksville Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --We're still shopping, right down to the wire. Sales at stores opened at least a year rose 3.4% for the week ended Saturday compared with the previous week,......
L.A. NOWA fifth Marine from the Camp Pendleton-based 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment has been killed during combat in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Friday. Lance Cpl. Irvin M. Ceniceros, 21, of Clarksville, Ark., was killed by small-arms fire while on...
Apparitions & Late Fictions A Novella and Stories Thomas Lynch W.W. Norton: 216 pp., $24.95 "Stuffing the open cranium with cotton, fitting the skullcap back in place and easing the scalp back over the skull, thereby restoring the facial contours,...
PHILLIP CARTER, an attorney with McKenna Long & Aldridge, served in Iraq with the Army's 101st Airborne Division.COMING HOME from a combat zone is an alienating experience. America's deepening civil-military divide crystallized for me two weeks after I had returned from Iraq, while sitting at a Starbucks in the San Fernando Valley. I looked around the cafe and saw a...
Tags: Defense, Veterans Day, Starbucks Corp., Armed Forces, Explosions
Times Staff WriterPassenger ships were rerouted, and the world's largest cruise line chartered three of its vessels to the federal government after Hurricane Katrina devastated coastal areas in three states. The parent company of another cruise line reached out to hundreds...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMay and June were supposed to be a time of celebration for Bryan Bolander. The Army staff sergeant and Southern California native was due to be home from his fourth tour of duty in Iraq for his son's birthday and his wedding to his fiancee. But it was...
Gene Iager and Chris Pereira live on opposite sides of Scaggsville Road in Fulton, and take conflicting views of a 91-acre expanse of grass and woods that lies between them. Iager looks out his front window and across the road at the land and sees a...
Sports camps The River Hill Boosters are sponsoring Summer Sports Camps at River Hill High School, 12101Clarksville Pike in Clarksville. Camps are designed to help young athletes improve fundamental skills. Weekly camps begin June 24 and will be held...
Times Record, Fort Smith, Ark.Is it the persistence of cold weather or the threat of another hot, dry summer that most worries area fruit producers this spring? Neither, according to Al Wiederkehr, president of Altus-based Wiederkehr Wine Cellars. "Our biggest problem right now is...
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