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Antioch citizens confront Mayor Harper on crime, threaten recall
Sep 29, 2014 • Antioch HeraldHe concluded by saying that he and others, “intend to seek your recall and removal from the office of Mayor in Antioch, California.” His presentation was twice interrupted by applause. A little later during comments, another resident, Ken Turnage II ... More
Antioch School Board splits 3-2 to approve new position of school safety ...
Oct 29, 2014 • Antioch HeraldHe said that the person in this position would provide oversight and support for all Antioch schools. Gill also spoke about suspensions and expulsions as ... Gil Murillo, for the second time in two board meetings, called for the removal of Principal ... More
2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Meet Marcus Lee
Oct 27, 2014 • Wildcat Blue NationBefore he was a Kentucky Wildcat, Marcus Lee, born September 14, 1994 in San Francisco, California, was just a kid growing up in Antioch, California. Lee played basketball for Deer Valley High School, his senior year, Lee was averaging 17.7 points, 19 ... More
Antioch Mayor Harper served with recall papers, he and supporters respond to ...
Oct 17, 2014 • Antioch HeraldCity business took up only a fraction of the October 14 Antioch city council meeting, as the effort to recall Mayor Wade Harper continued to move forward. Public comments related to the recall, and the ... He noted that he had two sons who had ... More
Browning: 'If Every School In The World Offered Me, I Would Want To Go Here'
Sep 29, 2014 • University of Washington AthleticsPetersen first watched Browning play during the third game of the quarterback's sophomore season. It was a Wednesday. The Bulldogs were playing Deer Valley High School from Antioch, Calif. Petersen, then the coach at Boise State, wore a sweater vest. More
Eye on the East Bay: Oakley City Council meeting goes to the dogs
Sep 28, 2014 • San Jose Mercury NewsK-9 DOG GONE: One of Oakley's K-9 police dogs, Shadow, recently retired after several years of serving the city. He will live the rest of his life as a civilian and a pet to his longtime handler, Officer Roger Canady. His handler will leave the Contra ... More