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Firemans Contractors, Inc. (OTCMKTS:FRCN)'s Upward Run
Firemans Contractors, Ins. (OTCMKTS:FRCN, FRCN message board)'s stock was barely making any waves in the OTC markets and was moving in tripple zero land for quite a while.
Fireman's Contractors Inc (OTC:FRCN): Promotional Round #2
Forty days after sending the first promotional email in support of Fireman's Contractors Inc (OTC:FRCN), the promoter, who has received $10 thousand for a three-month advertising campaign, flooded investors' emails with the second portion of the program.
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From This Day:
Her mother actually rode up in the elevator with the 6-foot-tall fireman, who was clutching a big bouquet of flowers. When John ... Lindsay, 29, graduated from the University of Florida and worked in women's fashion and for a high-clearance military ...
State's aerial hunting suit dismissed
County Deputy Corporation Counsel Chris Schlueter, standing right, leaves a courtroom filled with hunters after Wednesday's hearing in Hilo Circuit Court.
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Steve Densley: Angels on high
As the contractor was completing the addition he chose to burn the excess wood in our fireplace. ... The fireman came up to me and explained that because he had been here the day before, he new exactly where the fire was when the call came in.
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Fire at Assemblyman's farm destroys 150 charity-bound frozen turkeys (PHOTOS)
Space said it appears contractors, warming up some frozen insulation while doing work on the site, unknowingly left the insulation smoldering.
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Dennis McCarthy: Reseda Legionnaires help others before helping themselves
There's no money to hire contractors to fix it up and no new members with strong backs to pick up hammer and nails like the men did more than half a century ago.
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Randall: How Weedsport football went dark and found the light again
The village of Weedsport and the town of Brutus and several individual contractors agreed to the use of their equipment if operators could be located.
Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle
Two firefighters operating out of a pick-up truck responding to 911 calls costs roughly $700,000 a year and allows the Fire-Rescue Department to get to emergencies quicker in a neighborhood long underserved by first responders.
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Answer Man: Belleville man worked with skiing legend
Q. Back in the early 1940s, I was in a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Utah, where we built a ski lift near Ogden. One of our supervisors there was Alf Engen.
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