04.03.2012 [Knoxville News Sentinel] - Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to John Farmer and Angela Farmer, in Cumberland Estates subdivision, $70000. Smithbilt LLC to Steve Drevik and Lee Rogers, in Fairmont Park addition, $68000. S. and E. Properties LLC to James Meador and Annette Meador
05.04.2009 David Farmer, Gov. John Baldacci's communications director, said the state is waiting to look at the rules for the competitive grants, due out by the end of April or early May, before making a decision. ...
08.04.2009 by Roland Darby The Alaska Republican's initial conviction, based on arguably false testimony uncontradicted by the prosecution, is not an isolated occurrence, according to former New Jersey attorney general John Farmer. ...
07.03.2012 [Coast Report] - According to John Farmer, chief of Campus Safety, the victim reported hanging her purse on the back of her chair while she tried on a pair of shoes. Farmer said the woman reportedly left the booth only to realize that she had forgotten her purse.
07.03.2012 [Norwich Evening News] - John Farmer, for Howard, said he was a man of previous good character, who had a number of health problems. He said that at his age any time in prison would cause “immense pain” to him and his family. Norwich Crown Court picture by Adrian Judd for EDP.
06.03.2012 [Wicked Local] - John Farmer said it was their first half-marathon and both ladies did quite well. Dare they be thinking of the Boston Marathon next? One never knows? Stay tuned. And speaking of staying tuned in, we want you all to mark April 12 on your calendar.
02.03.2012 [News from Rutgers] - ... project: “Overall, it was a great learning experience and just one more example of the opportunities that Rutgers–Newark School of Law provides for law students interested in the gateway where law, policy, and politics meet in New Jersey.” John Farmer.
26.02.2012 [NJ.com (blog)] - By John Farmer/The Star-Ledger The Michigan presidential primary Tuesday shapes up as a make-or-break test in several ways — for Mitt Romney personally, for whether Republicans can avoid a blood-on-the-floor convention fight, even whether party brass