SOCIAL SECURITY: INFORMATION & UPDATES ID questions when creating your “my Social Security” account
Q: Some of the security questions when I created a my Social Security account took me by surprise. While I expected the often seen birthdate type of question, my Social Security questions involved mor... Posted on 4/29/13 at 2:40 PM
THE NEW FORTY Into thin air...
I spent about half the day today looking for two of my diamond rings that seem to have disappeared into thin air. I spent the second half of the day frustrated about the loss andtrying to imaginewhere... Posted on 12/30/12 at 12:00 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Is Copying the Same as Theft?
Recently, a Rutgers professor wrote a New York Times article saying that copying--as in downloading a song for free--is not the same thing as stealing.
This is significant, because it helps validate ... Posted on 4/16/12 at 8:49 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Ammann Award Results for 2011
After many entries and votes for the best historic bridges and the people who have made a difference, the Historic Bridge Month has come to a close, but not before announcing the winners of the Othmar... Posted on 12/2/11 at 5:54 AM
A Dickinson man, currently serving a one-year sentence for taking a vehicle without consent of the owner and charging nearly $2,000 to an account that belonged to his employer without getting prior permission, will also have to pay more than $2,000 in restitution to the employer.
A jury of 11 women and one man convicted former Dickinson insurance agent Scott Biggs of five counts of theft of property after a more than one hour of deliberation Monday in Southwest District Court in Dickinson.
Testimony continued Thursday at the Stark County Courthouse in Dickinson for the second day in a trial for Scott Biggs, a former Dickinson insurance agent facing five felony counts of theft of property.
A former Dickinson insurance agent accused of withdrawing thousands of dollars from a client’s account without their permission in 2009 will face five felony theft of property charges in an April trial.
Over the weekend, $325 worth of District 36 Democratic ticket signs were apparently stolen from Belfield and from Rep. Shirley Meyer’s property. A sign north of Dickinson near the New Hradec turn off on Highway 22 was also missing Tuesday.
A Dickinson insurance agent could face jail time on five felony counts of theft of property, allegedly taking a client’s money to pay off his credit card and buying gold coins, officials said Wednesday.
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