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  Pajamas Media: April 05, 2006 Archives
Roger Simon is aghast at the cost of the UN renovations “while millions suffer in Darfur.” Meanwhile US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton is calling for UN Secretary General Kofi Annan’s early departure.
Laurence Simon analyzes the new slam on Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney by the Capitol’s Chief of Police, as well as the legal basis for the police reaction to her arrogance.
Now some 5 years later after learning that indeed the Government had specific warnings but through sheer bureaucratic laziness and typical turf wars decided to ignore them it still seems like a good idea.
pajamasmedia.com /2006/04/05   (2781 words)

  April 5 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
April 5 is the 95th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (96th in leap years).
1976 - In the People's Republic of China, the April Fifth Movement leads to the Tiananmen incident.
April 4 - April 6 - March 5 - May 5 – listing of all days
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/April_5   (1281 words)

 April Verch
April's tune "Tom, Brad and Alice" was awarded 2nd place in the instrumental category of the 2005 International Songwriting Competition.
April's award-winning tune is featured on her new release, but for a limited time you can also download it for free in her members area!
This eclectic recording is a testament to April's commitment to and mastery of various fiddle traditions, while it also highlights her interpretations of more contemporary influences.
www.aprilverch.com   (257 words)

 WCPSS: School Connection, April 5, 2003
At its Tuesday (April 1) meeting, the Board of Education approved a growth management plan for 2003-2004 that fills two new schools in Holly Springs and makes best use of current facilities as another 3,600 students are expected to enter school next year.
At its Tuesday (April 1) meeting, the Board of Education approved bids for construction of a new school and renovations at two schools, all part of the current PLAN 2000 school construction program.
At its Tuesday (April 1) meeting, the Board of Education named design consultants for the construction of three new high schools to be built as part of PLAN 2004, the proposed school construction program.
www.wcpss.net /online_newsletters/the_school_connection/newsletters/4_6_2003-tsconnection.html   (1715 words)

 April 5, 2002: USAID Fact Sheet: Aid to Afghanistan
On April 4, Afghan security officials reported the arrest of hundreds of people who were allegedly planning to plant bombs in Kabul as part of a campaign to destabilize the AIA and former king Zahir Shah.
In a letter sent to the U.S. Government on April 3, a coalition of U.S. humanitarian aid organizations expressed their concern that relief workers were being put at increased risk because many U.S. military personnel, dressed in civilian clothes as they also provide relief services, are blurring the lines between civilian and military aid workers.
On April 1, IOM assisted 318 families from the Maslakh Camp near Herat to return to their villages in both Herat and Badghis provinces, bringing the total number of IOM-assisted returns from that camp to 7,145 IDPs.
www.usmission.ch /press2002/0405afghanaid.htm   (3577 words)

 MWP Newsletter for April 5-18, 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
April 17: Barnard Observatory lecture hall, The University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, 12:00 noon.
April 18: University Museums, The University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, 12:00 noon.
April 18-20: Fulton Chapel Auditorium, The University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, 8:00 p.m.
www.olemiss.edu /mwp/news/nl/2002/0405.html   (3908 words)

 Ballot Access News -- April 5, 1998
The old petition requirement for minor parties was 8,000 signatures; and for independent candidates was 5% of the last congressional vote cast, or 10,500 signatures this year.
The legislature adjourns April 13 and activists are cautiously optimistic that the bills will pass by that date.
Ohio: on April 2, the 6th circuit upheld procedures for checking petition signatures, and also the number of signatures required for independent candidates for district office, 1% of the last vote cast.
www.ballot-access.org /1998/0405.html   (3578 words)

 April 5, 2002 -  Keystone Extra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
New Board member Deborah Matz plans to meet with credit union representatives, state regulators and NCUA staff in at least 10 states over the next eight weeks in her orientation to the credit union movement.
On April 1, Duquesne At The Point FCU, Pittsburgh, officially changed its name to Financial Advantage FCU and opened its new office on 300 East 8th Avenue in Homestead.
The April 2002 Credit Union Magazine showcases Members 1st FCU and its CEO Bob Marquette, in the "Shop Talk" column (page 15) on "Familiarity Breeds Success." In the same issue (page 50), the "Compliance Matters" article on Web advertising was written by John Kilduff, League AVP, Compliance and Information.
www.pcua.coop /communications/Keystone_Extra/2002/KE_april5.html   (2959 words)

 April 5 - BR Bullpen
Decked out in their bright new uniforms, predominantly orange, the Astros open at home with a 5 - 2 win over the Dodgers.
For the first time in MLB history, the regular season fails to open due to the player strike which started on April 1.
Rain showers force Saturday night's Cubs-Braves game to be suspended in the seventh inning late Saturday night, but because of the change to daylight savings time and a day game on Sunday, several players decide to spend the night in the clubhouse at the brand-new stadium.
www.baseball-reference.com /bullpen/April_5   (1477 words)

 April 5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
April 5 is the 95th day of the in the Gregorian calendar (96th in leap years).
April is a supurb German instructor, something I learned studying the language with her earlier this year.
She brings years of expertise, and understands both what sparks a student's interest and what that student needs to learn.
www.freeglossary.com /April_5   (838 words)

 Oshblog: School Board Meeting April 5
Posted by: Anonymous at April 9, 2006 01:08 PM She used to post an accurate reflection of what took place at meetings, these so-called minutes are no longer accurate reflecting what was said.
Posted by: Anonymous at April 10, 2006 07:45 AM Bill Castle is the mayor but he still is a member of the council and he is still up for re-election in 2007.
Posted by: Anonymous at April 12, 2006 04:38 PM I saw questions in the first two posts, the third was Mrs Monte trying to answer the questions and the fourth post here was an obvious attack.
www.wals.lib.wi.us /ocnn/blogs/oshblog/archives/2006/04/school_boar_mee.html   (9824 words)

 Senate Journal: Wednesday, April 5, 1995
PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has on April 5, 1995, passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: House File 345, a bill for an act relating to the rate of interest charged on judgments and decrees.
SIMILAR BILL RECEIVED On April 5, 1995, House File 485 was received and attached to similar Senate File 452 on the Senate calendar.
ALSO: That the House has on April 5, 1995, passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: House File 150, a bill for an act authorizing cities and counties access to the Iowa communications network, and providing an effective date.
www2.legis.state.ia.us /GA/76GA/Session.1/SJournal/Day/0405.html   (3100 words)

 WurfWhile: April 5 DuPage Election Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Hiram Wurf ran as the Democratic candidate for the DuPage County Board District 5 in 2004, and earned the Chicago Tribune's endorsement in the general election.
Hiram and his wife have lived in Naperville, District 5 for ten years and have two children.
Growing up discussing politics around the dinner table, Hiram pursued his interest at Northern Illinois University, where he was an H. Earhart Foundation Fellow, academic advisor and course instructor.
www.wurfwhile.com /archives/000519.html   (595 words)

 April 5, 2005 Minutes
Niedzwiecki reported that he will be recommending to the City of Lakeland, that they disburse the funds at their April meeting.
There was a monthly schedule established for the Planning Commission, but the April meeting will be cancelled since there are no new applications at this time.
He also reported that the road restrictions are currently in place on City streets (5 tons per axel).
home.comcast.net /~nkjacobson/smpweb/April0505_Minutes.html   (1980 words)

 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of April 5
The martyrdom of Irene's sisters Agape and Chionia is described on April 3.
Born in Retinnes, near Liège, Flanders, in 1192; died at Fosses on April 5, 1258; cultus confirmed in 1869; feast day was April 6.
Orphaned when she was 5, Juliana and sister Agnes were placed in the care of the nuns of Mount Cornillon, where Juliana eventually became an Augustinian nun and, in 1225, prioress.
www.saintpatrickdc.org /ss/0405.htm   (3924 words)

 AUCDigest for April 5, 2002
April 1 through May 3, 2002 - The Center for Persons with Disabilities, the UCDD at Utah State University, is sponsoring a 5-week series of online training events that focus on Web accessibility in postsecondary education.
April 25, 2002 - The Indiana Institute’s Center on Community Living and Careers in cooperation with UNC Charlotte’s Transition Technical Assistance Centers Project, will host a one-day in-service entitled Stepping Out of the Shadows - Putting Students in Charge of their Futures: Self-Determination and Transition at the Omni North Hotel, Indianapolis, In.
April 25, 2002 - The Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities (VIDD) is pleased to announce "Advocacy in Action:  Health Professionals Response to the Abuse and Neglect of Children with Disabilities" a national teleconference from 2-4 pm (EST), sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
www.aucd.org /resources/Digest4-5-02.htm   (7714 words)

 WDNR - DNR News - April 5, 2005
The county Conservation Congress meetings are held to elect county delegates to the congress and to give people an opportunity to vote on advisory questions that have advanced through the Conservation Congress process, as well as to suggest possible future advisory questions.
On April 15, biologists, technicians, and volunteers will meet in Wausau to analyze field data and determine the current wolf population.
April 10-16 has been designated as National Environmental Education Week; Earth Day falls on April 22 each year; and this year Arbor Day is on April 29.
dnr.wi.gov /org/caer/ce/news/on/2005/on050405.htm   (6292 words)

 Living on Earth: April 5, 1996
At 1:23 AM on April 26, 1986, in the heart of the Ukraine's best farm lands, reactor number 4 at the V.I. Lenin atomic power station at Chernobyl took off out of control, exploded, and burned.
A decade ago, 5 days after Chernobyl exploded, Communist officials in Kiev ordered students and their parents to march in the annual May Day parade, but many party officials had already evacuated their own families to the south.
Three months later on April 10, 1866, his words turned to action with his founding of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
www.loe.org /shows/shows.htm?programID=96-P13-00014   (8015 words)

 CNN.com - Wednesday, April 5 - Apr 5, 2006
The deadly Sept. 5, 1986, hijacking drama captured world attention as it played out over 16 hours at the Karachi airport during a stop on a Bombay-to-New York flight.
U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema ordered Wednesday that the CVR from United Flight 93, the Newark-to-San Francisco flight that crashed in a reclaimed coal field near the rural western Pennsylvania town of Shanksville, Pa., can be played for jurors who are deciding whether to sentence Moussaoui to execution or life in prison.
The video, dated April 2, shows what appears to be a helicopter ablaze, and later with no flames, and insurgents dragging what appears to be a burning body away from the wreckage.
www.cnn.com /rssclick/2006/US/04/05/wednesday/index.html?section=cnn_latest   (4049 words)

 Ballot Access News -- April 5, 2005
It eliminates the requirement that minor party and independent candidates for federal office file a declaration of candidacy in April of an election year.
Currently it must poll 5% for the office at the top of the ticket (President or Governor) at least once every four years.
Among other things, it provides that if a new party polls 5% for Secretary of State or Attorney General in a mid-term year, then it can remain on the ballot.
www.ballot-access.org /2005/0405.html   (3478 words)

 Dailey - Issues Ruling April 5, 1995   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
At the legislative hearing many persons expressed concern over the changes that the mine would bring to their community and the effect that it would have on their lives.
Section 624.8(b)(1)(ix) gives the ALJ the discretion to refer a purely legal issue, involving no factual dispute, that is a matter of first impression or is precedential in nature, to the General Counsel for a declaratory ruling in accordance with Part 619.
A number of persons feared that the mine would cause a decrease in their property values, and noted that the mining regulations were intended to protect property values.
www.dec.state.ny.us /website/ohms/decis/daileyr.htm   (10830 words)

 U.S. Embassy Election Observation Team Statement on the April 5, 2004 Legislative Elections
The United States Embassy congratulates the people of Indonesia for their historic exercise of democracy on April 5, which proceeded in a largely free, fair and peaceful manner in areas observed by the U.S. Embassy.
The U.S. Embassy deployed 65 official observers, accredited by the Indonesian Electoral Commission (KPU), for Indonesia's April 5 national legislative elections.
These observers deployed to 25 provinces by April 4, and witnessed polling and counting at some 400 polling stations on April 5-6.
www.usembassyjakarta.org /press_rel/election_observer.html   (438 words)

 Johns Hopkins Gazette | April 5, 2004
The Johns Hopkins Film Festival returns to the Homewood campus this week for the sixth time, with an extensive lineup of films scheduled for viewing from Thursday, April 8, through Sunday, April 11.
Seeking to promote the work of budding independent and student filmmakers, the student-run Johns Hopkins Film Society will showcase the year's prominent documentaries, features and short films, as well as the work of lesser-known local, national and international artists.
The shows are free to Johns Hopkins faculty, staff and students with ID. The cost to the public is $3 per show, $5 per day or $15 for an all-encompassing festival pass.
www.jhu.edu /~gazette/2004/05apr04/05film.html   (409 words)

 Crop Watch, April 5, 2002:

to cause a 5% yield reduction in corn.
The only time a spring freeze is likely to injure new alfalfa seedlings is when alfalfa is planted very early and an extra warm, moist April permits plants to grow to more than 4 inches tall by early May. This doesn’t happen often.
NU’s High Plains Regional Climate Center will be one of the weather resources featured on the April 11 edition of “Market Journal,” a twice-monthly video presentation hosted by NU farm management specialist Doug Jose.
cropwatch.unl.edu /archives/2002/crop02-4.htm   (4965 words)

 The Education Innovator--April 5, 2004
To commemorate Jazz Appreciation Month in April, Secretary Paige encourages the nation to remember that jazz is American history and has had an impact on the nation's poetry, culture, and society.
In this book, Hess gives his ideas of what is necessary for education reform: increased flexibility in faculty hiring and firing, the use of technology to change educational practices, and competition to promote diverse forms of school operation and focus.
The 2004 annual meeting of the Education Writers Association, April 15-17, will focus on education in the next 50 years.
www.ed.gov /news/newsletters/innovator/2004/0405.html   (1407 words)

 Today in history - April 5 - Boston.com
Today is Wednesday, April 5, the 95th day of 2006.
One hundred and fifty years ago, on April 5, 1856, fl American educator Booker T. Washington was born in Franklin County, Va.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
www.boston.com /news/history/articles/2006/04/04/today_in_history___april_4   (484 words)

 NAPSNet Daily Report, Wednesday, April 5, 2000
It added, "Much of the concern motivating Japanese politicians in particular [to question the limits] is the realization that Chinese economic reforms and the growing prospects of Korean reunification, combined with Japan's lengthy inability to recover fully from the collapse of the 'bubble economy,' mean that Japan's pre-eminence in Asia is no longer unquestioned.
According to the report, the ROK president said during an interview by East Asia Daily that at present the ROK and the DPRK are making informal contacts through channels of various kinds and that the contacts have reached a considerable level.
Also on April 3, an advanced thermal reactor had to be manually shut down in Tsuruga, 330 kilometers northwest of Tokyo, after an indicator monitoring the position of fuel rods malfunctioned, Myoga said.
www.nautilus.org /archives/napsnet/dr/0004/APR05.html   (3177 words)

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