A 24-year-old Minot man is charged with stealing two credit cards from his girlfriend’s mother on Sunday and making more than $500 in unauthorized charges at Walmart. Sulaiman Barrie made an initial appearance on the two Class C felony charges in district court in Minot on Thursday. In a separate case, Barrie and his cousin, Mamadu Saidu Barrie, 20, are charged with stealing a bank card from Barrie’s ex-girlfriend and making unauthorized charges on it in March. Judge Todd Cresap told Barrie in court on Thursday that he has seen far too much of Barrie in his courtroom in the last year and a half. Barrie told Cresap in court that he plans to enroll in a treatment program. – Andrea Johnson
Foster Grandparent Program mentors children, enriches seniors lives
The Southeast Missouri Foster Grandparent Program is recruiting volunteers 55 and over and organizations/schools to serve as volunteer sites in Scott, Mississippi and Butler Counties.
Chevron Reports First Quarter Net Income of $2.7 Billion
Chevron Corporation today reported earnings of $2.7 billion for first quarter 2017.
Anvil Helps To Make The World Of Business Travel Simpler And Safer For Clients
Anvil’s e-ticket data capture closes the gap on non GDS bookings. LONDON – June 6, 2017 – PRLog — Travel and operational risk company, Anvil, states that new ways of entering business travel data into its award-winning ETMS (Employee Travel Monitoring System) will open up a world of opportunities for its global client base. Its
Taylor Hops brings hop farm to former Greenville Country Club
GREENVILLE — Previously one of the jewels of this city, time has not been kind to the former Greenville Country Club. The 56-acre site was once home to a nine-hole course, complete with rolling greens across a hilly landscape and a tremendous view of Baldwin Lake from high above at the now demolished clubhouse, which closed …