Thursday, December 11, 2014

MB: Chesney answers, liquor costs, and 21 Men in Black Street

Posted By on Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 9:55 AM


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Public record requests (including from the Inlander) have resulted in finally getting answers for why Planning Director Scott Chesney was ousted.  (SR)

A bunch of county residents are looking at a 10 percent garbage hike. (SR)

So here's what happened when we passed that privatizing-liquor bill. (KREM)

A trial is set in the murder of Delbert Belton (KXLY)

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More revelations on what may, or may not, have happened in the alleged UVA rape story. (WP)

The Sony hack reveals the best crossover idea. (WSJ)

More good news for Wall Street, in a massive spending bill set to do basically everything. (WP)

READING ASSIGNMENTS

The Atlantic's big list of books to read. (The Atlantic)
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