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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | May 1, 2002
A former Carroll County sheriff's lieutenant has filed as a Democratic candidate for sheriff, the county's top elected law-enforcement post. Charles C. "Chuck" Paulsen Jr., 43, who works in the county Office of Risk Management as a safety and training coordinator, left the Sheriff's Department last year as a second lieutenant and patrol commander after 12 years. Paulsen said he was in charge of the patrol when his duties were reduced to a shift supervisor. His previous work in the Sheriff's Department included supervisory posts in courthouse security and the warrant unit.
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April 17, 2013
Sean Paulsen, son of Ed and Theresa Paulsen, formally received his Eagle Scout rank and medal April 7 in an Eagle Scout Court of Honor held at Bel Air United Methodist Church. Sean has been a member of Troop 777 since 2008 and completed the requirements for rank of Eagle Scout on Dec. 17. Sean's Eagle Project benefited Anna's House, a non-profit organization that offers temporary and permanent housing to homeless women and their children. His project involved making improvements to the playground area and storage shed.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2002
The race for Carroll County sheriff pits an incumbent who says he's introduced innovation to the office against a former deputy who says change has exacted too high a price. Democratic challenger Charles C. "Chuck" Paulsen Jr. also said Sheriff Kenneth L. Tregoning runs an office troubled by low morale. Tregoning, who has expanded his office's road patrols and brought in federal revenue through the county jail, defends the changes and denies that his employees are unhappy. "Morale is very good," he said, except for "former employees and some current employees you'll never please.
FEATURES
By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,sun reporter | March 21, 2007
Six decades ago, in a hamlet in rural northern Minnesota, a preteen boy felt lost. His parents were "the town drunks" of Thief River Falls, says Gary Paulsen, leaving him without direction, ambition or self-esteem. He says he was on the road to becoming "one messed-up juvenile delinquent -- no doubt about it." Then the town librarian took an interest in him and introduced him to the world of books. "Reading," he says, "saved my life." That rescue-by-book may give Paulsen, a beloved author of young adult fiction, something in common with a boy who made headlines around the world yesterday.
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By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,sun reporter | March 21, 2007
Six decades ago, in a hamlet in rural northern Minnesota, a preteen boy felt lost. His parents were "the town drunks" of Thief River Falls, says Gary Paulsen, leaving him without direction, ambition or self-esteem. He says he was on the road to becoming "one messed-up juvenile delinquent -- no doubt about it." Then the town librarian took an interest in him and introduced him to the world of books. "Reading," he says, "saved my life." That rescue-by-book may give Paulsen, a beloved author of young adult fiction, something in common with a boy who made headlines around the world yesterday.
NEWS
By Ian Johnson and Ian Johnson,Beijing Bureau of The Sun | June 11, 1995
BEIJING -- At first glance it seemed like a sure ticket to a fat commission: a big sculpture to adorn the entrance of the Beijing Hilton.But when Towson State University professor Jim Paulsen was offered the project, the promised reward was something other than cash: a paid trip to China, a lecture tour of five cities and the opportunity to be the first foreigner to design a public sculpture in Beijing in the 45-year history of the People's Republic of...
FEATURES
By Robert Benjamin and Robert Benjamin,Beijing Bureau Correspondent | July 4, 1994
Beijing -- When Jim Paulsen set out to create an outdoor sculpture for China's capital, his first design reflected his abstract vision "of the movements through space of Chinese calligraphy."More than a year later, plans for the sculpture have become something of a collaboration between Mr. Paulsen, a Towson State University sculptor, and a Chinese artist, Zhao Chengmin.And Mr. Paulsen's original notion of the piece -- claimed to be the first outdoor sculpture by an American in China -- is not so recognizable in its latest design.
NEWS
June 8, 2006
On June 4, 2006, STEVEN W. LUCKY, SR.; beloved husband of Sondra Lucky (nee Long); devoted father of Steven W. Lucky, Jr. his wife Carrie, Jeffrey Miller, his wife Sherry, Kimberly Paulsen and her husband William; beloved son of Melvin and Evelyn Lucky; brother of Melva Fouch and the late Michelle Eastman; grandfather of Joshua Miller, Lauren and Ellen Paulsen, Marisa and Eva Lucky. Funeral service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road, (beltway exit 26)
NEWS
December 23, 1999
A Westminster teen-ager who escaped juvenile authorities late Tuesday was apprehended in Westminster yesterday when state police and sheriff's deputies found him hiding in a closet at a John Street home, authorities said.The teen-ager, now 18, will be charged as an adult in connection with the escape and resisting arrest as soon as juvenile court matters are resolved, said Lt. Charles Paulsen, of the Carroll County sheriff's office. He is being held at a Baltimore County juvenile facility.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | August 8, 1995
Carroll authorities have ended one of their longest searches for a delinquent father with the arrest in Florida of a 38-year-old man they say owes more than $18,000 -- 4 1/2 years of child support payments.Carroll officials tipped off police in Lee County, Fla., who arrested Stephen G. Lahm on July 16 at his father's home and charged him with criminal nonsupport.After Mr. Lahm waived his extradition rights, Cpl. Chuck Paulsen of the Carroll County Sheriff's Department flew to Florida on Friday, returning with Mr. Lahm on Sunday evening.
BUSINESS
By Gail Marksjarvis and Gail Marksjarvis,Chicago Tribune | January 14, 2007
Whether your pockets are oozing with money or not, if you are an investor or homeowner you probably have been feasting on cash during the past few years. The world has been flush with it. Large flows of cash have been fueling a world economic boom, pushing stock markets globally to new heights, boosting the prices of everything from real estate to commodities, prompting record mergers and acquisitions and sending private equity firms on a buyout rampage. But some refer to current conditions as "excessive liquidity" - or an unusual abundance of easy cash.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun reporter | September 21, 2006
It's always a bit emotional for Donald Hill-Eley before his Morgan State team goes against Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference powerhouse Hampton. "Coach [Joe] Taylor became my father away from home," said Hill-Eley, who played quarterback for Taylor at Virginia Union. "My grandmother raised me, but the coach becomes that man that you trust, that authoritative figure. When problems arose, you went to him. He was everything to me. "And when we've got 180 young men doing a positive thing entertaining 70,000 people, it's definitely a dream come true.
NEWS
June 8, 2006
On June 4, 2006, STEVEN W. LUCKY, SR.; beloved husband of Sondra Lucky (nee Long); devoted father of Steven W. Lucky, Jr. his wife Carrie, Jeffrey Miller, his wife Sherry, Kimberly Paulsen and her husband William; beloved son of Melvin and Evelyn Lucky; brother of Melva Fouch and the late Michelle Eastman; grandfather of Joshua Miller, Lauren and Ellen Paulsen, Marisa and Eva Lucky. Funeral service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road, (beltway exit 26)
SPORTS
By Brendan Glaccum and Brendan Glaccum,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2003
Fourth-ranked Bryn Mawr employed a different strategy than usual and withstood a valiant effort by Mercy and a dominating performance by Maryvale's Sullivan twins to claim its third straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship meet and fourth in five years, yesterday at Oregon Ridge Park. Led by Laura Paulsen (fourth), Lauren Childs (sixth) and Laura Drossner (12th), the Mawrtians had their best five runners all finish in the top 20 and won the meet with a team score of 58. "We changed up our team strategy for this meet," said Drossner, who under coach Jason George's instruction, ran together with Paulsen and Childs for the first mile.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2002
The race for Carroll County sheriff pits an incumbent who says he's introduced innovation to the office against a former deputy who says change has exacted too high a price. Democratic challenger Charles C. "Chuck" Paulsen Jr. also said Sheriff Kenneth L. Tregoning runs an office troubled by low morale. Tregoning, who has expanded his office's road patrols and brought in federal revenue through the county jail, defends the changes and denies that his employees are unhappy. "Morale is very good," he said, except for "former employees and some current employees you'll never please.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | May 1, 2002
A former Carroll County sheriff's lieutenant has filed as a Democratic candidate for sheriff, the county's top elected law-enforcement post. Charles C. "Chuck" Paulsen Jr., 43, who works in the county Office of Risk Management as a safety and training coordinator, left the Sheriff's Department last year as a second lieutenant and patrol commander after 12 years. Paulsen said he was in charge of the patrol when his duties were reduced to a shift supervisor. His previous work in the Sheriff's Department included supervisory posts in courthouse security and the warrant unit.
BUSINESS
By Gail Marksjarvis and Gail Marksjarvis,Chicago Tribune | January 14, 2007
Whether your pockets are oozing with money or not, if you are an investor or homeowner you probably have been feasting on cash during the past few years. The world has been flush with it. Large flows of cash have been fueling a world economic boom, pushing stock markets globally to new heights, boosting the prices of everything from real estate to commodities, prompting record mergers and acquisitions and sending private equity firms on a buyout rampage. But some refer to current conditions as "excessive liquidity" - or an unusual abundance of easy cash.
SPORTS
By Brendan Glaccum and Brendan Glaccum,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2003
Fourth-ranked Bryn Mawr employed a different strategy than usual and withstood a valiant effort by Mercy and a dominating performance by Maryvale's Sullivan twins to claim its third straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship meet and fourth in five years, yesterday at Oregon Ridge Park. Led by Laura Paulsen (fourth), Lauren Childs (sixth) and Laura Drossner (12th), the Mawrtians had their best five runners all finish in the top 20 and won the meet with a team score of 58. "We changed up our team strategy for this meet," said Drossner, who under coach Jason George's instruction, ran together with Paulsen and Childs for the first mile.
NEWS
December 23, 1999
A Westminster teen-ager who escaped juvenile authorities late Tuesday was apprehended in Westminster yesterday when state police and sheriff's deputies found him hiding in a closet at a John Street home, authorities said.The teen-ager, now 18, will be charged as an adult in connection with the escape and resisting arrest as soon as juvenile court matters are resolved, said Lt. Charles Paulsen, of the Carroll County sheriff's office. He is being held at a Baltimore County juvenile facility.
NEWS
April 26, 1997
Comedian Pat Paulsen, who made a career out of his tongue-in-cheek presidential races, tickling audiences with his slogan "We Cannot Stand Pat," has died. He was 69 and had been battling cancer.Mr. Paulsen died of complications from pneumonia and kidney failure Thursday in Mexico, where he was undergoing treatment for colon and brain cancer, Beverly Hills publicist Glenn Schwartz said yesterday in Los Angeles. Doctors had said the cancer was inoperable, but Mr. Paulsen had been undergoing alternative treatment.
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