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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | October 11, 2001
BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, Utah - This is where prehistoric meets subsonic, where brawn meets brine. Three times a year, hundreds of racers set out with all deliberate speed to shatter records in cars, trucks, motorcycles, rocket-mobiles. Even on motorized barstools. They are drawn to the smooth, flat surface that one racer likens to "cruising down a bowling alley." From 1935 to 1970, Bonneville was the track the fastest men on land called home. Then racers noticed that their world was shrinking.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun reporter | March 4, 2008
Jessica Lange recently became an empty-nester. She insists she is not handling it well. "It's not a relief at all," says the 58-year-old actress, who lives in New York with her longtime partner, playwright Sam Shepard, but not with their two children, who are both now on their own. "In fact, I'm totally lost. It has not been an easy transition for me." But could what is bad for Lange prove good news for film fans? Now that she doesn't have a family to raise anymore, will the two-time Oscar-winning actress accelerate the one-film-a-year pace she's been maintaining for much of the past two decades?
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NEWS
March 7, 2005
On Friday, March 4, 2005, MRS. MARCELINE JUNE (nee Bonneville) GAGNE; beloved mother of Ronald Gagne and wife Linda, Patricia Gagne, Michael Gagne and Christopher Gagne; devoted sister of Tom Bonneville, Ken Bonneville, Shirley Goodale and the late Louis "Bay" Bonneville; devoted grandmother of Katie Gagne. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Avenue on Monday, March 7, 2005 from 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral services will be held 2 P.M. Tuesday, March 8 at the funeral home.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,Sun reporter | November 24, 2007
An Ellicott City man has been charged with numerous traffic violations stemming from a three-car collision in Baltimore County on Thanksgiving night that killed a 62-year-old woman, police said. Rakhmat Shuhrat Yusupov, 26, was driving a 1999 BMW on Reisterstown Road about 10:05 p.m., said Bill Toohey, a county police spokesman. The BMW, heading south, rear-ended a 1994 Crown Victoria that had just made a right onto Reisterstown Road from Greenspring Valley Road, Toohey said. The Victoria spun counterclockwise into the path of a Pontiac Bonneville heading north.
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By JOE BURRIS and JOE BURRIS,SUN REPORTER | January 5, 2006
Washington's news-radio giant WTOP initiated a move exclusively to the FM dial yesterday, with plans to yield its signals at 1500 AM and 107.7 FM to a new station featuring content from The Washington Post in March. The move announced by Bonneville International Corp., WTOP's parent company, is part of a major shift in its news and music programming in the Washington area. Additionally, Bonneville canceled its modern-music FM station Z104 (104.1 and 103.9 in Frederick) and began broadcasting classical station WGMS-FM at those signals.
NEWS
March 23, 1995
POLICE LOG* North Laurel: 9000 block of Stebbing Way: A resident discovered Sunday that someone had stolen four bicycles from a locked storage area, police said.9600 block of Barrel House Road: Someone pried open the window of a vacant apartment, entered and vandalized the apartment between March 10 and Friday, police said.9100 block of Blues Alley: Someone tried to steal a 1978 Pontiac Bonneville by breaking its ignition Sunday night or early Monday, police said.
NEWS
July 28, 1993
POLICE LOG* Elkridge: 6400 block of Washington Blvd.: A red 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier with tags DR 02495 was stolen Friday evening.6600 block of Washington Blvd.: Someone stole a red 1992 Harley MC 1200 motorcycle with license number 4157D6 Sunday night.6800 block of Ducketts Lane: A blue 1985 Chevy Z-28 with tags 523-AGC was stolen late Friday afternoon.* Ellicott City: 10000 block of Route 40: Two bikes and a camera, valued at $335, were taken from a white Chevrolet Cavelier late Sunday morning.
NEWS
October 18, 1995
Maryland Homebrew, a Columbia-based, national distributorof ingredients and equipment for making beer, wine, mead and other libations at home, has leased 2,500 square feet at 6770 Oak Hall Lane in the Village of Owen Brown to expand its warehouse and retail operations, the company has announced.Maryland Homebrew plans to move from its offices at 9009 Mendenhall Court to the larger facility Oct. 31.The company has signed a three-year lease. Commercial real estate broker John Boote and agent Steve Krug of KLNB Inc. signed the deal.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,Sun reporter | November 24, 2007
An Ellicott City man has been charged with numerous traffic violations stemming from a three-car collision in Baltimore County on Thanksgiving night that killed a 62-year-old woman, police said. Rakhmat Shuhrat Yusupov, 26, was driving a 1999 BMW on Reisterstown Road about 10:05 p.m., said Bill Toohey, a county police spokesman. The BMW, heading south, rear-ended a 1994 Crown Victoria that had just made a right onto Reisterstown Road from Greenspring Valley Road, Toohey said. The Victoria spun counterclockwise into the path of a Pontiac Bonneville heading north.
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By Alex Gordon and Alex Gordon,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1996
An article about a shooting in Tuesday's Howard County edition of The Sun misstated the location of Turnabout Lane, which is in Columbia's Harper's Choice village.The Sun regrets the error.A Saturday shooting at a Wilde Lake apartment complex has left a man with a gunshot wound to his abdomen, his next-door neighbor under arrest on a charge of attempted murder and police with a host of puzzling questions.Cleveland Winston Kilgore Jr., 22, of the 6100 block of Surrey Square in Forestville in Prince George's County, was charged with first-degree attempted murder, which carries a possible life sentence; assault with intent to murder; use of a handgun in a felony; reckless endangerment; and assault and battery.
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By JOE BURRIS and JOE BURRIS,SUN REPORTER | January 5, 2006
Washington's news-radio giant WTOP initiated a move exclusively to the FM dial yesterday, with plans to yield its signals at 1500 AM and 107.7 FM to a new station featuring content from The Washington Post in March. The move announced by Bonneville International Corp., WTOP's parent company, is part of a major shift in its news and music programming in the Washington area. Additionally, Bonneville canceled its modern-music FM station Z104 (104.1 and 103.9 in Frederick) and began broadcasting classical station WGMS-FM at those signals.
NEWS
March 7, 2005
On Friday, March 4, 2005, MRS. MARCELINE JUNE (nee Bonneville) GAGNE; beloved mother of Ronald Gagne and wife Linda, Patricia Gagne, Michael Gagne and Christopher Gagne; devoted sister of Tom Bonneville, Ken Bonneville, Shirley Goodale and the late Louis "Bay" Bonneville; devoted grandmother of Katie Gagne. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Avenue on Monday, March 7, 2005 from 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral services will be held 2 P.M. Tuesday, March 8 at the funeral home.
NEWS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | October 11, 2001
BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, Utah - This is where prehistoric meets subsonic, where brawn meets brine. Three times a year, hundreds of racers set out with all deliberate speed to shatter records in cars, trucks, motorcycles, rocket-mobiles. Even on motorized barstools. They are drawn to the smooth, flat surface that one racer likens to "cruising down a bowling alley." From 1935 to 1970, Bonneville was the track the fastest men on land called home. Then racers noticed that their world was shrinking.
NEWS
By Alex Gordon and Alex Gordon,SUN STAFF | July 30, 1996
An article about a shooting in Tuesday's Howard County edition of The Sun misstated the location of Turnabout Lane, which is in Columbia's Harper's Choice village.The Sun regrets the error.A Saturday shooting at a Wilde Lake apartment complex has left a man with a gunshot wound to his abdomen, his next-door neighbor under arrest on a charge of attempted murder and police with a host of puzzling questions.Cleveland Winston Kilgore Jr., 22, of the 6100 block of Surrey Square in Forestville in Prince George's County, was charged with first-degree attempted murder, which carries a possible life sentence; assault with intent to murder; use of a handgun in a felony; reckless endangerment; and assault and battery.
NEWS
October 18, 1995
Maryland Homebrew, a Columbia-based, national distributorof ingredients and equipment for making beer, wine, mead and other libations at home, has leased 2,500 square feet at 6770 Oak Hall Lane in the Village of Owen Brown to expand its warehouse and retail operations, the company has announced.Maryland Homebrew plans to move from its offices at 9009 Mendenhall Court to the larger facility Oct. 31.The company has signed a three-year lease. Commercial real estate broker John Boote and agent Steve Krug of KLNB Inc. signed the deal.
NEWS
March 23, 1995
POLICE LOG* North Laurel: 9000 block of Stebbing Way: A resident discovered Sunday that someone had stolen four bicycles from a locked storage area, police said.9600 block of Barrel House Road: Someone pried open the window of a vacant apartment, entered and vandalized the apartment between March 10 and Friday, police said.9100 block of Blues Alley: Someone tried to steal a 1978 Pontiac Bonneville by breaking its ignition Sunday night or early Monday, police said.
FEATURES
By DEBORAH JACOBS and DEBORAH JACOBS,Chronicle Features | January 8, 1995
Martha Bonneville's boss at CIBA Vision Corporation recently complimented her on a strategy that helped the company during a reorganization. "Thank you, but kudos go to the team," replied Ms. Bonneville, an area marketing manager in Atlanta. Although she knew the idea had been her own, she felt more comfortable sharing credit with other people in her work group than accepting the praise herself.It might not have been a good move for someone who wants to get ahead in business. Yet was there really any harm in looking like a team player?
FEATURES
By DEBORAH JACOBS and DEBORAH JACOBS,Chronicle Features | January 8, 1995
Martha Bonneville's boss at CIBA Vision Corporation recently complimented her on a strategy that helped the company during a reorganization. "Thank you, but kudos go to the team," replied Ms. Bonneville, an area marketing manager in Atlanta. Although she knew the idea had been her own, she felt more comfortable sharing credit with other people in her work group than accepting the praise herself.It might not have been a good move for someone who wants to get ahead in business. Yet was there really any harm in looking like a team player?
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