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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Jack Daniel'S
A house built by students at North Platte Community College will be auctioned off next month.
The maker of classic American whiskeys Jim Beam and Maker's Mark has agreed to be acquired by a Japanese company in a $13.62 billion deal that would create the third largest global premium spirits business.
A D.C. police officer filed a $3 million civil lawsuit Wednesday against two Prince George's County police officers, saying the officers beat him with a baton and struck him in the face while he was handcuffed during a confrontation outside a Fairmount Heights restaurant and strip club.
The campaign for Washington state's Initiative 1183 is based on the belief that Costco shoppers should be able to pick up a fifth of Jack Daniels along with their family pack of hot-dog buns and three-pound tubs of mixed nuts.
When it suits his purposes, whether political or literary, Vincent "Buddy" Cianci Jr. plays the goombah card, and plays it well - pasta, Sinatra, his management style: "When you spend your weekends kissing elderly women with mustaches, you can make the decisions."
Twelve-year-old Emma Graham has a taste for old crimes, haunted places and a ghost girl, so it seems unkind to suggest what she seems to enjoy most is mixing bizarre drinks for her 99-year-old great-aunt, Aurora Paradise.
The grandson of Jack Nicklaus _ one of the nation's top football recruits _ was suspended for two games by Florida officials for making an obscene gesture toward the stands after a game in Ohio.
Contrary to many assumptions, the first name of the consensus No. 1 tight end recruit in the country is not Nicholas.
Instructor Jack Daniels says the students sought to incorporate the newest technologies in green construction.
"Nick is very proud of his grandfather," said Jack Daniels, O'Leary's coach at defending Florida Class 4A state champion Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer High. "But when it comes to football, he doesn't want that to be associated with him. That's just his granddad who just happens to be the greatest golfer ever. Nick wants to be his own guy."