Tony mullins - coal mine momma - running back

I met a woman from Colorado Women's College and married and stayed in Denver. Started college at Metro, worked in a warehouse for a while, and also worked for a guy who was doing lawns and stuff. Then I met a guy I was going to school with who said, "The AAA Auto Club is looking for a writer to write down the traffic reports" — but you had to be at work before six o'clock in the morning. So I went over, met Dan Hopkins, who was one of the great influences of my life; he retired as [former governor] Bill Owens's press secretary. Dan tells the story that I got a haircut on the spot because I was such a longhair. Truly. He said, "Your hair's too long," and I cut my hair right in the Auto Club. And the next day I was working as a writer.

Bill Murray, Dominion’s vice president of state & electric public policy, and Mark Kuhn, director of power generation at VCHEC, presented the checks to the MECC representatives at a small ceremony held at the power station.

The below photograph appeared on Facebook and originated from Mr Howard Jones who was a Aberystwyth press reporter in the sixties – he is in the centre of the photo. He now resides in Australia and has been in touch with me and would be grateful if it can be published on the NARPO website in an attempt to identify the entire group for his own interest. 

“The Narrabri project is one that should go ahead. It should have gone ahead long ago. The same is true with opportunities in Victoria.”

Tony’s is the perfect place for any occasion. Dinner served Tuesday through Saturday starting at 5 pm, call for reservations today!

Performers: Menno Daams, Ian Smith, t; Matthias Seuffert, Alan Barnes, reeds; Adrian Fry, tb; Martin Litton, p; Martin Wheatley, g; Alyn Shipton, b; Norman Emberson, d. 2011