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Topic - James Ryan
A town official in a northern New Jersey community has admitted he improperly used township equipment on a construction project being done by his own private firm.
Search teams are looking in the area of Delmoe Lake in Jefferson County for a 54-year-old Butte man who was reported missing when he did not return home from work in Helena.
In a basement in a quiet suburb 10 miles west of Manhattan, the characters of a bygone era in pop music are brought to life in mellifluous four-part harmony.
"The school community is devastated," said the district's superintendent, James Ryan. "We are working together in this very difficult time to offer supports to students and staff."