A Taft man was charged Sunday with allegedly shooting a woman in the leg during a domestic dispute on Bates Road. Read moreTaft man charged following shooting
The Elk Valley Times has selected sophomore Abby Bryan as the 2023 Lincoln County Falcons Girls Basketball MVP. Bryan averaged 14.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game for the Lady Falcons. Read moreEVT selects Bryan as Lady Falcons’ basketball MVP
Swarming is a natural process in the life of a honeybee colony. Swarming occurs when a large group of honeybees leaves an established colony and flies off to establish a new colony, essentially creating two from one. Swarming is a natural method of propagation that occurs in response to crow… Read moreWhen the bees begin to swarm
Cities across the United States are celebrating St. Patrick's Day Parades, kicking off a weekend of revelry. New York City's parade bills itself as the largest and oldest drawing tens of thousands to Fifth Avenue to listen to bagpipes, bands and give homage to Ireland’s patron saint. In Savannah, Georgia, people were planting their lawn chairs in prime viewing spots to watch a flow of floats, dancers and marching bands in another huge celebration. In Portland, Oregon, the city’s oldest Irish bar attempted to brew a record-breaking 264-gallon Irish coffee. Some cities, like Boston, will hold parades over the weekend.
Famed rock ‘n’ roll session drummer Jim Gordon has died at age 77. Gordon backed Eric Clapton and The Beach Boys before being diagnosed with schizophrenia and going to prison for killing his mother. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says Gordon died Monday at a medical facility in Vacaville. From the late 1960s to the mid-1970s, few drummers were more in demand than the Los Angeles native. Gordon played on the Beach Boys’ landmark, experimental “Pet Sounds," Harrison’s post-Beatles triple album “All Things Must Pass” and Steely Dan’s “Pretzel Logic.” Gordon was a member of Derek and the Dominos and received a writing credit for “Layla.”
Lawyers for Prince Harry have asked a judge to rule that a tabloid newspaper libeled the British royal with an article about his quest for police protection when he and his family visit the U.K. Harry is suing Mail on Sunday publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd. over an article alleging he tried to hush up his separate legal challenge of the British government's refusal to let him pay for police security. During a hearing at the High Court in London on Friday, Harry’s lead attorney asked a judge to strike out the publisher’s defense or to deliver a summary judgment that would rule in the prince’s favor without going to trial.
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The Lincoln County Robotics Team #37334A competed in the VEX VRC Tennessee state championships this past weekend in Brentwood and brought home the coveted Judges Award, Leeann Lozier received the State Mentor Award, and the team earned a place at the VEX VRC world championships. Read moreLincoln County Robotics advance to VEX VRC World Championships