30.12.2010 DPS Cpl. John Gonzales said more than 11 troopers will be on duty and on the lookout for drunken drivers and other traffic violators, up from the normal three or four. Increased patrols by LPD and DPS are funded by a special grant from ...
10.01.2011 First, let's get the obvious out of the way- I failed miserably at my bet with John Gonzales in Most Blog Posts for a Year. That will happen when you suddenly stop with 6 months left in the year to go. Congrats, John. ...
In lieu of their 30th birthdays, college friends, Brian Calaustro and John Gonzales have decided to run a 26.2 mile marathon in the high desert range of White Sands Missle Range,... - 01.11.2008, YouTube
marianamonument.blogspot.com Friends of the Monument Ignacio V Cabrera, David M Sablan, Andrew S Salas, and Karl T Reyes appear on John Gonzales' MP 96950 TV talk show to discuss... - 09.23.2008, YouTube
08.03.2012 [Patch.com] - By Emily Kimball Katie Seibert (left) plays Belle and John Gonzales (right) plays the Baker. Townspeople in this photo include Cara Clatterbuck, Anna Lewis, Warner Litrenta, Olivia Barnett, Taylor Date, Amy Rudolph and Grace Donnelly.
04.03.2012 [Página 12] - ... un hombre espontáneo al que le gusta la cerveza y el licor, un hombre que es mamador de gallo (bromista) y al que el Carnaval toma como hilo conductor de la fiesta”, explica John Gonzales, guía turístico y estudiante de Sociología.
19.02.2012 [Journal Online] - The proposal to arm traffic enforcers was first brought up in September after a violator of the number-coding shot and wounded MMDA enforcer Larry Fiala in Mandaluyong City. The suspect, Edward John Gonzales, was subsequently arrested and charged.
17.02.2012 [Saipan Tribune] - Joeten-Kiyu Public Library executive director John Gonzales and Library Council member Herminia Fusco, along with Bookmobile staffers Bedebii Woodruff and Xerxes Mangarero, presented 35 boxes of books, five boxes of VHS tapes, bookshelves
15.02.2012 [California Center for Health Reporting (blog)] - By John Gonzales | February 15, 2012 The federal government gives hospitals that care for uninsured and low-income patients more than $11 billion in funds annually, with California hospitals receiving more than $1 billion.