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'Angel flight': Columbia pilot offers sky-high assistance to patients in need of medical care

The Columbia Daily Herald 17 Apr 2021
Karlston Martin’s passion for aviation began as a child when he received a remote control airplane as an early Christmas gift. He set his eyes on the Cox-made Gooney Bird radio-controlled model in the halls of a Sam’s Club in Antioch. “Really, I have always loved planes,” Martin explained ... Pursuing a dream ... Flying for a cause.
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Gerald Feil, Cinematographer on 'Lord of the Flies' and 'Friday the 13th Part III,' Dies at 87

The Hollywood Reporter 18 Feb 2021
While earning his bachelor's degree in theater arts years earlier at Antioch College, Feil had become lifelong friends with Rod Serling and future Tony-winning playwright Herb Gardner and helped construct the campus radio station.
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Faith services and events for Oakland County area churches and synagogues

The Oakland Press 02 Nov 2020
Many places of worship are open with COVID-19 precautions, online worship services, and/or posting videos online during the pandemic ... Nov. 8, for worship and to receive holy communion in cars in the parking lot, with service broadcast over AM or FM radio frequency ... • Antioch Lutheran Church of Farmington Hills online services are at 9.30 a.m ... Nov.
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Around East County: Antioch veterans program adds 72 banners in town

East Bay Times 01 Nov 2020
In an effort to honor the many veterans who once called Antioch home, the Delta Veterans Group (DVG) has worked to continue adding to their city of Antioch Veterans Memorial Banner Program ... 11 during which visitors can sit in their vehicles at the Antioch Veterans Memorial at the Antioch Marina and tune their radios to 87.9 FM to hear the service.
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Myesha Chaney multi-tasks through giving lots of kindness

Press Telegram 03 Oct 2020
The 37-year-old mother of three and wife of senior pastor Wayne Chaney of the Antioch Church in downtown Long Beach tends to stay busy — very busy ... “We actually miss the radio show, especially in the times we are experiencing,” she said ... speaker, television and radio personality.
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These 63 Bed Bath & Beyond stores are set to close by the end of 2020

East Bay Times 21 Sep 2020
By Jazmin Goodwin . CNN Business. Bed Bath & Beyond has announced the first 63 stores it will close by the end of the year as part of a restructuring plan brought on by Covid-19. USA Today first reported the closures ... Related Articles ... Antioch offers grants to businesses hurt by pandemic ... Bay Area Radio Drama to present ‘Dark Matter’ ... 23901 E.
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At the Pruneyard in Campbell, a team effort, creative minds keep businesses afloat

East Bay Times 20 Sep 2020
CAMPBELL — It’s not back to pre-pandemic normal but the Pruneyard Shopping Center is bustling again these days, thanks to some outside-the-box thinking by many of its 44 tenants ... “Many of them are helping each other out.” ... In brief. Antioch offers grants to businesses hurt by pandemic ... Bay Area Radio Drama to present ‘Dark Matter’ ... .
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Mark C. Curran Jr., U.S. Senate Republican nominee profile

Chicago Sun-Times 05 Sep 2020
Mark C. Curran Jr., Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times. He believes the economy needs to open up “completely except in locations with a high level of hospitalizations and/ or deaths” from COVID-19. Candidate profile Mark Cooney Curran Jr. Running for ... Senate Twitter ... I am a frequent host for WSFI Catholic Radio 88.5 FM Antioch.
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COVID-19 Reopenings Roundup: SF Restaurants Plagued By Pandemic Revenue Plunge; South Bay Minister Fined For ...

CBS Sports 28 Aug 2020
ANTIOCH — Reporter Bob Butler made a career for himself delivering the news, but in recent weeks he’s made East Bay neighbors grateful he’s delivering essentials during the pandemic. Earlier this week, Butler, a part-time news reporter for KCBS Radio, took notes, but not for a story.
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KCBS Reporter Spends Off Hours Delivering Supplies To Those in Need

CBS Sports 27 Aug 2020
ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Reporter Bob Butler made a career for himself delivering the news, but in recent weeks he’s made East Bay neighbors grateful he’s delivering essentials during the pandemic. Earlier this week, Butler, a part-time news reporter for KCBS Radio, took notes, but not for a story.
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Antioch Supermarket Shoplifting Suspect Dies After Violent Confrontation With Store Worker

CBS Sports 26 Jun 2020
ANTIOCH (KPIX 5) — An alleged shoplifter died inside an Antioch Lucky supermarket after a confrontation with a store worker, police said ... Antioch police said the 56-year-old worker caught a 34-year-old man attempting to steal meat from behind the butcher shop ... Antioch police could not confirm that account and said it was under investigation.
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Few Options For Contra Costa Residents Seeking To Escape Heat Wave During Pandemic

CBS Sports 28 May 2020
ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Typically, when the temperatures reach the century mark in Contra Costa County, there are standbys to cool down ... Even radio-controlled toy watercraft launched in Antioch Wednesday afternoon.
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Freshman Gorlow draws two GOP challengers in Assembly District 35

Las Vegas Review-Journal 14 May 2020
Claudia Kintigh and Jay Calhoun will be on the ballot June 9 to represent the district that covers part of Clark County and the city of Henderson, including the Highland Hills neighborhood ... Claudia Kintigh. Age. 47 ... Age ... Army veteran, founder of the Anointed Radio Network LLC, former special ambassador for the mayor for the City of Antioch, California ... .
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Overland Park officer, suspect killed in shootout following altercation, police say

News-Press Now 04 May 2020
Officers responded to a call of shots fired about 5.53 p.m ... Prior to the shootout, the officer radioed to dispatch about a hit-and-run crash at West 143rd Street and Antioch Road. The officer, who has not been identified, followed the suspect north on Antioch Road before the suspect stopped near West 123rd Street ... “He was a good one we lost,” he said.
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Mark Cooney Curran Jr., U.S. Senate Republican candidate profile

Chicago Sun-Times 22 Jan 2020
Mark Cooney Curran Jr., Republican primary candidate for U.S. Senate . Provided photo. His top priorities include immigration, health care and small business growth. Candidate profile Mark Cooney Curran, Jr. Running for. United States Senator Political/civic background ... Attorney Education ... I am a frequent host for WSFI Catholic Radio 88.5 FM Antioch ... St.
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