06.02.2012 [This is Croydon] - CROYDON'S planning boss Stephen McDonald is leaving his £137262-a-year job after just five months – and is not likely to be replaced in the near future. Prior to his appointment in September, the council's executive director for planning and
2009-09-29 Reserve senior and grand champion honors were awarded to the winning 4-year-old Hard Core MRB Lizzie, bred by the Fishers and exhibited by Allen Hess of Smithburg, Md. The Fishers exhibited the intermediate and reserve champions with ...
01.02.2012 [Your Local Guardian] - Stephen McDonald was lauded when he was recruited in August after being at the helm of Hackney's Olympic legacy scheme. But today Croydon Council announced he was to leave his position as executive director for planning and the environment after a
28.01.2012 [ThisWeekNews] - The team's last state placer was Stephen McDonald, who was fifth at 160 in 2004. “It's time to get back to (state),” coach Jason Boucher said before the Green Wave competed in the 38-team, Division III-only Thunderbird Classic on Jan.
26.01.2012 [Rutherglen Reformer] - Clyde had a late penalty claim rejected from referee Brian Colvin, after Stephen McDonald's strike from the edge of the box appeared to have struck a Peterhead defender on the hand, but Colvin said no, and the three points took the bus to the Highlands
19.01.2012 [Rutherglen Reformer] - Following the departures of Jordan White and Liam Cusack, Stephen McDonald was handed the striker role. After a tight first half in which no clear-cut chances were created by either side, Clyde made a good impression in the start of the second half
04.02.2012 [NJ.com] - Tarique White; 160: Stephen McDonald (S) d. Jake Cooper, 5-1; 170: Terrell Forbes (S) d. Peter Griffith, 7-2; 182: Matt Apuzzi (L) p. Elijah Feliciano, 2:20; 195: Evans Saso (S) d. Tyler Durso-Finley, 8-1; 220: Allistair Berven (L) d.
18.01.2012 [Montrose Today] - Clyde: David Crawford, Iain Gray, Lee Sharp, Pat Scullion, Brian McQueen, Paul Hay, John Neil, Dale Fulton, Stephen McDonald, Ryan Kane, Michael Oliver. Subs: Jack Sloss, Mark Archdeacon, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Kris Irvine and Barry McCue.