Laura Johnson
American actor
Laura Johnson
Laura Johnson is an American actress who played Terry Hartford in the soap opera Falcon Crest from 1983 to 1986. Johnson was married to actor Harry Hamlin from 1985 to 1989.
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Ohio Releases its Lake Erie Phosphorus-Reduction Plan a Year Early
NPR - 12 days
The Ohio EPA has released its framework for reducing phosphorus levels in western Lake Erie under the under the state’s agreement with Michigan and Ontario, Canada . It has been rolled out one year ahead of the deadline set by the U.S. EPA and Canada. Since 2011, Ohio has spent about $2 billion to reduce farm runoff and other sources of phosphorus getting into Lake Erie, the main cause of algae blooms. Laura Johnson is head of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg College in Northwest Ohio. She says best part of Ohio’s formalized plan is enhanced monitoring. “It sort of sets up this idea of adaptive management. So if something isn’t working or not moving fast enough, we’ll have the monitoring there to be able to say we need to do more, we need to change what we’re doing. And I think that’s really important so there can be some flexibility and give and take in terms of what it’s going to take to get us to where we need to be.” The goal is reducing phosphorus
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Girl goes from milking to musicals
Buxton Advertiser - over 3 years
A Chapel-en-le-Frith girl has won a role in a award-winning musical to be shown at the Lowry next month. Laura Johnson will be starring in How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying at the Salford theatre from August 8th to 10th. The play, produced by youth group the Company, is satirical look at cut-throat corporate life and office politics and starred Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway in its revival in 2011. Laura, who is in her first year of training at the Centre Pointe, a dance college in Manchester, said she was loving rehearsals, as they were a far cry from her usual weekend activity of milking cows on her boyfriend’s farm. The 18-year-old said some days she was there from 8.45am to 9.30 pm, to make the most of every minute. She added she had always enjoyed watching musicals in Manchester and the West End and went to the auditions for experience and didn’t expect to reach the cast. Laura said she was “absolutely delighted” to be playing the part of Switchboard Girl an ...
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Erica Watson: Will Kardashian Kurves Give a Real Plus-Sized Girl a Big Chance?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
As earlier reported by HuffPost Style, the Kardashian sisters have teamed up with Celebuzz to launch a nationwide search for a plus-sized model to appear in the Ad campaign for their Kardashian Kurves denim line with Sears. I am happy about this for many reasons. As a plus-size woman, I'm ecstatic that someone as stylish as the Kardashians have decided to make jeans with girls like me in mind. Yes, "big girls" need love (and jeans) too. But what excites me the most is that Kardashian Kurves will introduce America to a new face in the plus-sized fashion industry. But the question remains, does the plus-size fashion industry have "room" to accommodate an actual plus-sized model? While many "mainstream" fashion brands have extended their sizing, many still use "straight-sized" models in their campaigns. In addition, even when brands create marketing for their plus lines and use "larger" models, most of the models are not legitimately plus-sized, and cannot ev ...
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Theodore “Ted” Pienoski
Chronicle Online - over 4 years
Theodore “Ted” Pienoski, of Amherst, died peacefully at Kingston of Vermilion, Thursday, June 21, 2012. He was born November 19, 1932, at St. Joseph Hospital in Lorain. He attended Nativity School, Hawthorne Jr. High, and graduated from Lorain High School in 1950. Ted served in the United States Navy as an Aerial Photographer’s Mate during the Korean War, spending time in Puerto Rico, Newfoundland and Africa. After his discharge, he worked at U.S. Steel, Lorain Works in the Industrial Engineering Department, BOP Shop, and retired in 1984, as foreman of the foundry. He later worked for the Lorain Morning Journal, Brady Coffee Service and Lakeland Enterprise. He was a member of the 3rd degree Knights of Columbus, Amherst Council 4891, the Lt. Frances McManus 4th. Degree Council Knights of Columbus, the Polish Legion of America Veterans and enjoyed volunteering for RSVP. He was a parishioner of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Amherst for 52 years. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, ...
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Laura Johnson jailed for 2 years for acting as getaway driver during London riots
Daily Mail (UK) - over 4 years
Exeter University student Laura Johnson (pictured), 20, will now swap her parents' £1 million country pile with extensive grounds and tennis courts in Orpington, Kent, for a jail cell.
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Steilacoom Farmers' Market Seeks Volunteers
Lakewood Patch - almost 5 years
With six weeks left until the Steilacoom Farmers' Market opens for its fourth season, organizers are looking for volunteers to help at the Wednesday market. Those interested are invited to attend a market-planning and volunteer meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Steilacoom Community Center, 2301 Worthington Street. There are a variety of tasks involved in keeping the market running smoothly, and help and input are always welcome. The market kicks off on June 13 in downtown. For more information, contact Laura Johnson at 253-581-1912.
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Privileged daughter of millionaire found guilty of riots burglary
Banmoco - almost 5 years
The millionaire’s daughter who transported looters around London throughout the summer riots was convicted of burglary today. Laura Johnson, aged 20 and of Orpington in south-east London, previously denied her charges and claimed that she had been acting under duress. While at Inner London Crown Court, Miss Johnson, a student, also had herself convicted of handling a TV looted from Currys – although she did not steal it herself. The judge warned Johnson, who was cleared of a charge of stealing and handling both cigarettes and alcohol from a BP garage, to expect jail time. Her co-defendant, who is a 17-year-old male who can’t be named yet for legal reasons, may have been cleared of one burglary but was convicted of another. Addressing the two defendants, Judge Patricia Lees commented that they had been convicts of incredibly serious offences that appear worse than usual considering they were committed during a time of civil unrest in the UK capital London during last summer. The c ...
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Rescheduled move-ins went smoothly - Towerlight
Google News - over 5 years
According to Laura Johnson, University Residence Government director of civic engagement, things turned out well. “It's been really good,” Johnson said. “I think with everyone being spread out, [move-ins] haven't been too crazy or busy, which is really
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Laura Johnson - Jamestown Post Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Laura E. Johnson, 84, of Warren, Pa.. died Sunday evening, Aug. 28, 2011, at the Warren Manor Nursing Home after an extended ill-ness. She was born April 24, 1927, in Jamestown, NY, to the late Elmer and Lin-nea Benson Francis
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JSU president proposes raise for faculty & staff - Anniston Star
Google News - over 5 years
JSU President Bill Meehan told faculty this morning that he will ask the institution's board of trustees to award a 3 percent pay raise for all university employees, effective Oct. 1. If the board approves the increase,
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Federal financial aid remains crucial to enrollment at Jacksonville State ... - Anniston Star
Google News - over 5 years
Jacksonville State University sophomore Tara Foster says federal aid is crucial to her ability to pay for a college education. (Anniston Star photo by Bill Wilson) Without federal loans, Pell Grants, a scholarship and a part-time job,
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Paige N. Johnson and Quinn S. Frederick - The Daily Advertiser
Google News - over 5 years
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jason and Laura Johnson of Carencro, Louisiana. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Johnson of Carencro, Louisiana and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Lauff and the late Gene K. Domingue of Lafayette,
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Oklahoma City names new finance director - NewsOK.com
Google News - over 5 years
He replaces Laura Johnson, who along with Dennis Clowers was promoted last week to an assistant city manager position. BY MICHAEL KIMBALL mkimball@opubco.com Leave a comment Oklahoma City has once again dipped into its internal talent pool to fill a
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Mass. man runs to remember - Pocono Record
Google News - over 5 years
On Friday, he dashed right through the Poconos with his sister, Laura Johnson, close behind. Caffery hopes to raise awareness about Alzheimer's and is raising money for research into the disease.David Kidwell/Pocono Record By VINNY VELLA As Glenn
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Itsy Bitsy Cupcake Shoppe opens in Lexington - Mansfield News Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Laura Johnson recently opened the Itsy Bitsy Cupcake Shoppe in Lexington. / Daniel Melograna/News Journal LEXINGTON -- Laura Johnson offers a simple reason for opening a cupcake place. "It's fun," she said. "What cooler thing than to make a whole bunch
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Pie contest winners - Stillwater Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Joe Kohler, left, owner of Joseph's Restaurant, with the winners of the 2011 Lumberjack Days pie contest: grand prize winner Laura Johnson, first runners-up Mia Ostwald and Mikaela Scullen and second runner-up Kammren Tyler
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Jury will decide Bearden's fate in residency case - Anniston Star
Google News - over 5 years
Thursday afternoon, a Calhoun County judge ordered Weaver Mayor Garry Bearden's residency case to go before a jury and dismissed claims that some local leaders and one Weaver resident were conspiring against the municipal leader
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