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24.09.2012 [Lexology (registration)] - KeithLawrence, a former City of Youngstown employee, was suspended on January 7, 2007, without pay, pending an investigation. Two days later, the City discharged him. Lawrence claimed he did not become aware of his discharge until February
29.09.2012 [Kingsport Times News] - By KeithLawrence,Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (MCT). Published September 29th, 2012 5:03 am. Comments. THE HILLBENDERS, “Can You Hear Me?” Compass Records. 12 tracks. Critics use words like “raw,” “intense” and “high-energy” to describe
28.09.2012 [Victoria Times Colonist] - My manager at the time, KeithLawrence, was a hockey coach, an ex-player; he knew! "That final game upped the ante to a new skill level, all over the world. Since then, every backyard that can handle it gets flooded, and the kids play hockey. That was
25.09.2012 [Youngstown Vindicator] - In its ruling late last week, the top court sent the case of KeithLawrence, who was suspended from his city job Jan. 7, 2007, and fired two days later, back to the 7th District Court of Appeals in Youngstown for further proceedings. Lawrence notified
22.09.2012 [Youngstown Vindicator] - In the third quarter, Futkos found KeithLawrence for a 15-yard touchdown. “Matt is just a tremendous game manager,” Annarella said. “He's a tremendous quarterback.” Sophomore Tyler Hewlett relieved Hall and ran 10 times for 50 yards, including a 10