Donald G. Davis
American politician
Donald G. Davis
Donald G. Davis is an American politician who was elected to one term in the North Carolina Senate in 2008, representing Pitt, Wayne, and Greene counties. He was defeated for re-election in 2010, and is currently running for the newly redrawn 5th District Senate seat in the 2012 election. Davis served as mayor of Snow Hill, North Carolina from 2001 until his election to the Senate. Elected at age 29, he was the youngest mayor in the history of Snow Hill.
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Storytelling festival spreads fall color into Tennessee hills
Chicago Times - over 3 years
As Donald Davis sauntered down Main Street, he elicited little gasps from the people he passed, a vigorous handshake or two, the occasional star-struck murmur: "Is that Donald Davis?"     
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Donald David Shepard
Argus Press - over 3 years
Sept. 29, 1927 - Aug. 15, 2013
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Backyard Gardens Can Yield Savings, More Nutritious Produce
Evanston Patch - almost 5 years
Like a ripple caused by throwing a stone into a pond, a garden can have far reaching benefits beyond just getting tastier vegetables. For instance, did you know that tomatoes grown organically in your yard can have up to 55 percent more calcium* than the same tomato grown commercially? Or consider the distance a tomato grown in California must travel to reach your dinner table and it is an easy to see the environmental savings in fossil fuels, air quality, and the cost of travel when you only have to step out your backdoor instead. Connect with Evanston Patch on Facebook. Another benefit is the learning opportunity for the kids as they participate firsthand in how their food is grown and prepared. You need only see kids eagerly gobbling up fresh sugar snap peas in the yard that are somehow far less appealing on the dinner plate! But, maybe the easiest answer is the dramatic cost saving that come with growing your own food. A packet of carrot seeds for $1.99 can yield up to ...
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Next Step for Wenham War Memorial: Verifying Veteran Names
Hamilton-Wenham Patch - almost 5 years
The Wenham War Memorial Committee is looking for the community’s help in verifying the names of veterans to be inscribed on the memorial, which will be erected at the corner of Main and Arbor streets. The release of the veterans lists is the latest step in the process of constructing the monument. Wenham Town Meeting voters approved its location on the car barn lot and later, its design, in two seperate votes last year. A construction date has yet to be announced. The Committee wants local residents to review a list it has compiled, and correct names believed to be in error and suggest names that should be added. “Many sources have been used to develop the current list of World War 2 veterans; however, its review by family members and friends would be very helpful in making the list complete and accurate,” Committee Chairman Peter Hersee said in a written statement that accompanied the release of the names. In addition to World War 2, the Committee will be adding the names ...
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Allendale man sentenced to federal prison in Nigerian check scheme - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Mark Kidd, 52, cashed counterfeit checks at area banks beginning in 2004 until Homeland Security Investigations found him in possession of $371000 in fake checks two years later, US Attorney Donald Davis said. US Customs and Border Protection also
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Man charged in wife's murder threatened male lover - Washington Blade
Google News - over 5 years
The Post also reported that Muth told the Post that he was romantically involved with DC area resident Donald Davis beginning around 2002, when he became estranged from his wife and sought to move in with Davis. Davis told the Post his relationship
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Running Start: High School Football preview - Baltimore Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Breakdown: Coach Donald Davis is well aware that last year's dream season, which could have been a nightmare for a team that won a slew of close games, will be difficult to replicate. "Last year, there were four games that we could have lost,
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Local storyteller in national festival - Laurinburg Exchange
Google News - over 5 years
This year's featured performers include audience favorites Donald Davis, Bil Lepp and David Holt, regional voices like Waddie Mitchell and Elizabeth Ellis, and international perspective from Ireland's Clare Muireann Murphy
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Viola Drath's husband, Albrecht Muth, arrested for murder - WJLA
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Davis, with whom Muth had a long-standing romance, sought a protective order against Muth in 2004. Davis alleged Muth threatened to kill him after he broke off their affair. Davis said he stands by what's in the public record
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Football: Calvert Hall's Davis Starts Fifth Season on Top - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Davis, who was hired as the Cardinals' head coach in 2007, has guided the team, which was 1-9 the year before he arrived, to a 19-5 record during the last two seasons. By Matt Zenitz Calvert Hall football coach Donald Davis giving direction
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Coachspeak: Calvert Hall football coach Donald Davis - Baltimore Sun (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
In his fifth season at Calvert Hall last fall, Donald Davis guided the Cardinals to their first conference championship since 1982. It was nearly a perfect year for the Cardinals (11-1), who finished with the MIAA A Conference championship, the No
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Dancing theme gives event a leg up - Statesman Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Davis, 5, breakdances during the Dancin' in the Streets event for First Wednesday in downtown Salem. / Timothy J. Gonzalez / Statesman Journal The Dancin' in the Streets-themed First Wednesday brought more than just the dance to downtown Salem
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Not your grandma's strawberries - Grist Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Davis, a scientist retired from the University of Texas at Austin, and his colleagues published a study in 2004 comparing US Department of Agriculture data on vegetable nutrients from 1950 to data from 1999, and found notable decreases,
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Hit & Run Victim Believes Driver Intentionally Hit Him - NewsChannel5.com
Google News - over 5 years
I want to wake up from this dream and it was the worst moment of my life," said victim Donald Davis. Police said the car moved to miss Davis and his friend Jacob Rademacher as they stood on the shoulder of Highway 41A, and then suddenly swerved back
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Asheville area's lively books scene attracts authors - Asheville Citizen-Times
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Davis has produced a landmark book. He's taken tales he's told over a renowned storytelling career and perfected them for both oral and written effect. “Tales from a Free-Range Childhood” (John F. Blair, Publisher) presents
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County accepting Hall of Fame nominations for class of 2011 - Mount Airy News
Google News - over 5 years
Hall of Fame Committee members are Earl Sheppard, Eddie Wilmoth, Scott Reynolds, Bob Ward, Donald Davis, Linda Davis, Adam McComb, Floyd Jones, Tony Duncan, Dave Diamont, Jim Wilmoth, Ron King, Darren Lewis, Tony Searcy and Betty Smith
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Dunedin photographer translates hands into art - Tampa Bay Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
At SPJC, Faubert took classes with Donald Davis, who became director of the human services program at SPC. “I really looked up to him,” Faubert said of Davis. “He was a great teacher – still is.” Faubert said everything in Davis' classes revolved
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Alleged Kidnapping Scares Residents, Prompts Meeting - Cleveland News - Fox 8
Google News - over 5 years
"She ran out of the house, frantic, bleeding everywhere, she had just regained consciousness, saying she was kidnapped," Riverside resident, Donald Davis told Fox 8 News. The girl later told police that she voluntarily moved into the apartment with
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UP man sentenced for sexual assault - Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Christopher Frazier, 39, will spend 30 years in prison for the sexual assault of three minor children, according to US Attorney Donald Davis. In handing down the sentence, Judge R. Allan Edgar noted the young age of the victims, the severity of the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Donald G. Davis
    THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 38
    He was defeated for re-election in 2010, but ran and won a Senate seat for the newly redrawn 5th District in the 2012 election.
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  • 2009
    Age 37
    His term officially began January 1, 2009.
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  • 2008
    Age 36
    In a rematch of the 2008 election, Davis was defeated for re-election by Louis Pate in November 2010.
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    On November 4, 2008, Davis was elected to serve as the next senator for the Fifth Senatorial District of North Carolina, with 53% of the votes.
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    On June 24, 2008, Davis seized the Democratic nomination after obtaining 63% of the votes in the second primary election.
    More Details Hide Details Davis faced North Carolina Representative Louis Pate, a Wayne County Republican, in the general election.
    He was the leading vote-getter with 36 percent of the vote in the May 6, 2008 Primary Election.
    More Details Hide Details Short of the 40% margin required to avoid a second primary election, Kathy Taft of Pitt County called for a runoff.
  • 2007
    Age 35
    On October 1, 2007, Davis announced plans to file for the North Carolina Senate District 5 seat.
    More Details Hide Details Davis was one of six Democratic candidates who filed for the seat held by retiring North Carolina Senator John Kerr, III.
  • 2005
    Age 33
    In 2005, Davis was reelected as mayor.
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  • 2004
    Age 32
    He filed to run for the U.S. House of Representatives in the First District in 2004, but then dropped out before the primary election.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 29
    Elected mayor in 2001, Davis also served as chairman of the First Congressional District Democratic Party.
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    From 2001 until his election to the Senate, Davis also taught sociology at East Carolina University, Pitt Community College, and Lenoir Community College.
    More Details Hide Details Davis was born in the town of Snow Hill and attended Snow Hill Primary School and West Greene Elementary School. He attended public schools in Durham and Wake counties. In 1989, Davis graduated from McArthur High School in Irving, Texas. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences degree from the United States Air Force Academy. Davis earned a Master of Science in Administration degree with a concentration in general administration from Central Michigan University and a Master of Arts in Sociology degree with a concentration in social issues in regional development from East Carolina University. He also earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree with a concentration in higher education administration from East Carolina University. Davis has completed courses in the Commissioned Lay Minister Program through the New Hope Presbytery, Presbyterian Church United States of America. Davis served eight years active duty in the United States Air Force. He had a regular commission and was promoted to the rank of captain. He completed selective assignments. Initially Davis was assigned to the United States Air Force Academy as an admissions advisor. He was reassigned to the 89th Airlift Wing as a services officer at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Davis served as chief of the Plans and Force Management Flight. He also administered the base mortuary program. Davis deployed to Dover Air Force Base, Delaware to administer mortuary services to the 33 victims of the CT-143 aircraft mishap involving the late Secretary of Commerce Ronald Brown.
    Prior to defeating incumbent Mayor R. Ben Rayford in the 2001 mayoral election, Davis served eight years active duty in the United States Air Force.
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    Davis served as mayor of Snow Hill, North Carolina from 2001 until his election to the Senate.
    More Details Hide Details Elected at age 29, he was the youngest mayor in the history of Snow Hill.
  • 1998
    Age 26
    He also provided services for various foreign heads of state, congressional delegations, and members of the United Nations. From 1998 to 2001, Davis served as an assistant professor of Aerospace Studies and commandant of cadets in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 600.
    More Details Hide Details He taught military history, national security affairs, and leadership courses. Davis was selected as the “Outstanding Instructor of the Year.”
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on August 29, 1971.
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