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  • William Shields Lee

    William Shields Lee
    Our father passed away peacefully recently following a brief illness. He was born on September 20, 1915 to Judge William Erwin Lee and Madeline Shields Lee. He was raised initially in Moscow, Idaho but later moved to Washington, DC when his father was appointed to the Interstate Commerce Commission. He returned to the Northwest later where he graduated from the University of Idaho in 1937 and graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 1940. Bill married Ellen Elizabeth Kerl, our mother and also from Idaho, in 1941.
  • Romney sets up education panel, names Phil Handy a co-chair

     
    Mitt Romney's campaign today announced appointment of a 19-member Education Policy Advisory Group that includes a number of folks from Harvard; President George W. Bush's education secretary, Rod Paige of Houst0o; and a host of other education thinkers....

    Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Nutrition, exercise classes The University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Baltimore Washington Medical Center will offer classes on healthy living through nutrition and exercise. Classes will be held from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. April 30...

    Seven Dead In California College Shooting

    Seven Dead In California College Shooting
    Police have arrested a 43-year-old former student at a small religious college in Oakland, California, in the Monday shooting spree that left seven people dead and three wounded, the city's police chief said. The motive behind the killings at Oikos...

    CONNECTICUT CLOSEUP: BRANFORD

    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: The area was known as Totoket, or "Tidal River," when it was purchased from the Mattabesec Indians by settlers from New Haven in 1638. It was named Branford in 1653, after the English town of Brentford in Middle-sex County. It was set...