J. Morris

American actor J. Morris

Jessica Madison Wright was an American actress. Born in Cincinnati, she spent her early years being raised in London, Laurel County, Kentucky.
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29 July 1984
21 July 2006


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How To Go Bankrupt In America
Huffington Post - over 4 years
STOCKTON -- If there's a right way to go about municipal bankruptcy, Stockton may prove to be the poster child. If there's a wrong way, look to San Bernardino. The California cities are on similar, but hardly parallel, paths. Stockton started early with fiscal emergency declarations, community meetings, a unified City Council and an attempt, largely through the legislative (AB506) process, to avoid bankruptcy before plunging into it. On April 1, a federal judge accepted the city's Chapter 9 application -- giving Stockton, population 296,000, the label of being the nation's largest city to ever enter bankruptcy. But, indirectly, the court also stated that the city had done what it could to avoid the designation. San Bernardino struggled for months with defining its fiscal status, the city council was split over what course to take, it skipped AB506, a recall of the city's elected leadership is under way and dissolution as a municipality has been discussed. The Southe...
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Big shareholder Gamco wants two on Fisher board
The Business Journals - almost 5 years
Gamco Asset Manager Inc., controlled by New York money manager Mario Gabelli, said it wants to place two directors on the board of Fisher Communications Inc. Gamco holds more than 21 percent of Seattle-based Fisher (NASDAQ: FSCI) shares, or more than 1.8 million shares. The two candidates that Gamco wants on Fisher's board are Ryan J. Morris, 28, a chartered financial analyst from San Francisco, and Daniel R. Lee, 56, a managing partner of a casino company in Las Vegas, and who also is a director…
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Wounded Warrior Recognized for Valorous Conduct in Afghanistan
US Navy Seals Blog - over 5 years
Despite having lost both legs and arms, a Sailor remains a picture of a true hero as he accepts a Bronze Star Medal awarded to him on Aug. 27 in a ceremony at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Rear Adm. Frank A. Morneau, deputy director for Expeditionary Warfare Division (N95B), awarded Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technician 2nd Class (Diver) Taylor J. Morris the Bronze Star with Combat “V” for his bravery while serving with the Special Operations Task Force-South at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. Morris, a native of Cedar Falls, Iowa who joined the Navy in 2007, was wounded in May when struck by an improvised explosive device (IED) in an abandoned compound. He was part of the lead clearing element for a combat reconnaissance patrol when he sustained injuries to all four limbs. But even in the face of danger he still managed to report to his EOD team leader the details of the procedures he was conducting at the time of detonation and the other hazards that may s...
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Bankruptcy choices highlight fiscal pain of cities nationwide
The Sacramento Bee - over 5 years
The decision by three California cities to seek bankruptcy protection in the space of two weeks is unlikely to presage a wave of copycat filings. But it does underscore the mounting financial pressure facing local governments around the country. A San Bernardino sign on I-10 East is seen on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 in San Bernardino, Calif. The San Bernardino city council voted Tuesday night in favor of the city filing for bankruptcy. Mayor Patrick J. Morris of San Bernardino poses for a portrait outside City Hall in San Bernardino, Calif., on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The San Bernardino city council voted Tuesday night to authorize the city attorney to seek federal bankruptcy protection, becoming the third California city poised to do so in less than two weeks. San Bernardino Mayor Pat Morris ponders a question Wednesday, July 11, 2012, regarding the Tuesday city council vote authorizing a bankruptcy filing outside San Bernardino City Hall in San Bernardino, Cal...
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Rising costs push California cities to fiscal brink (Los Angeles Times)
Memeorandum - over 5 years
Los Angeles Times: Rising costs push California cities to fiscal brink  —  Throughout the state, local governments are slashing services to avoid bankruptcy.  For some, it's too late.  —  San Bernardino Mayor Patrick J. Morris says the city may have to dissolve its Fire Department or portions of the Police Department …
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Readers spread the blame in San Bernardino's bankruptcy bid
LATimes - over 5 years
Readers on Twitter and other social media sites were shocked that the city of San Bernardino filed for bankruptcy protection this week, making it the third California city in less than a month to do so. Officials said the financial situation became so dire that it could not cover payroll through the summer, The Times’ Phil Willon reported. The city of 209,000 residents faces a $46-million deficit, with just $150,000 left in its bank accounts. The deficits remain even after the city negotiated $10 million in concessions from employees and slashed the workforce 20% over the last four years. San Bernardino’s fiscal crisis has been years in the making, compounded by the nation's crushing recession and exacerbated by escalating pension costs, lucrative labor agreements, Sacramento's raid on redevelopment funds and a city reserve that is tapped out, officials said. PHOTOS: California cities in bankruptcy Readers on comment boards blamed Democrats, Gov. Jerry Brown and unions for...
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Walnut Unified Students Win Big at Math Fair
Diamond Bar Patch - over 5 years
Five teams representing the Walnut Valley Unified School District competed and won medals in the 2012 Los Angeles County Math Fair on June 2. Suzanne Middle School's eighth grade team members Kykle Trieu, Christopher Wang, Winnie Wang and Jessica Wei all earned Gold Medals. Suzanne’s seventh grade team, with members Mike Bao, Stephanie Djajadi, Vivian Lo, and Ayesha Ng, also earned Gold Medals. The school’s sixth grade team, with members Eugene Lo, Angela Wang, Christopher Wong, and Adam Ng, earned Silver Medals. The fifth grade team, with members Ethan Lin (Collegewood), Sylvester Yue (Westhoff), Alice Zhang (C.J. Morris) and Richard Zhao (C.J. Morris), earned Gold and Bronze medals. Fourth grade team with members John Chou (Westhoff), Katherine Lee (Vejar), William Lin (Westoff) and Andrew Robison (C.J. Morris) earned Bronze Medals. "Congratulations to all of our students - we are very proud of you!” said Suzanne teachers and math coaches Amy Erickson and Larry Pin...
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Obit: Michael J. Morris
Bolingbrook Patch - over 5 years
Michael J. Morris age 32 of Bolingbrook passed away June 5. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until the time of celebration of life at 8 p.m. Thursday. Cremation will be private.
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Elementary Students and High School Mentors Make Sweet Music
Walnut Patch - almost 6 years
Walnut High School’s Blue Thunder Marching Band is making beautiful music with local elementary students. About 150 fifth grade students participating in the Band Buddies program have been practicing for a combined concert on the Walnut High stage. The young musicians from Collegewood, C.J. Morris, Vejar, Westhoff, and Walnut Elementary Schools rehearsed with their high school mentors in preparation for Wednesday night's Spring Concert in the Performing Arts Center. “We want them to get a taste of high school band so that they continue to be excited about band in middle school and beyond,” said Band Director Corey Wicks. During rehearsals 50 Blue Thunder buddies sat side-by-side with the young musicians. “They have had a wonderful experience performing on stage with the high school band,” Wicks said. They got to know each other and the elementary students gained confidence, he said. The combined ensemble performed Bleacher Boogie, Over the Rainbow, and Battle Hymn...
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Sunday morning Rangers things - Lone Star Ball
Google News - over 6 years
Incredibly disappointing game yesterday, made even more disappointing by the Yankees flopping against the Angels and losing 6-0. That drops the lead in the AL West down to 1.5 games
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Does Preoperative Patellofemoral Joint State Affect Medial Unicompartmental ... - Ortho SuperSite
Google News - over 6 years
One contested contraindication to medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (UKA) has been status of the patellofemoral joint
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New TR Sullivan Inbox - Lone Star Ball
Google News - over 6 years
Questions about whether Martin Perez could step into the rotation in 2012 should CJ Wilson leave (Sullivan says the front office feels he needs more time in Round Rock), Michael Young as AL MVP (Sullivan
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Andrew J. Morris — Janesville, Wis. - Post-Bulletin
Google News - over 6 years
Andrew Joseph Morris, 2, of Janesville, Wis., passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family. Andrew decided that Sunday, Sept. 4, 2011, would be a wonderful day to fly home to be with Jesus in Heaven. Andrew was born in Janesville
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of J. Madison Wright Morris
  • 2006
    Age 21
    She died just sixteen days after her Shiloh co-star Amzie Strickland, who died on July 5, 2006 at the age of 87.
    Just as her academic life flourished, her social life did as well. On July 8, 2006, Madison married Brent Joseph Morris, a University of Kentucky medical student.
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    Once graduating from university in summer 2006, Madison planned to begin a job teaching English to tenth grade children at George Rogers Clark High School, located in Winchester, Kentucky.
  • 2000
    Age 15
    The then fifteen-year-old was on the donor waiting list for a short term before she was admitted to the Cleveland Clinic in March 2000, where she received the transplant.
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  • 1999
    Age 14
    By 1999, Madison left her acting career and her family moved back to their home town in Kentucky.
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  • 1998
    Age 13
    Her other roles included the family film Shiloh, the science-fiction film The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy, The Burning Zone and the 1998 Disney film Safety Patrol.
  • 1994
    Age 9
    The show only lasted one season, airing between 1994 - 1995, and Madison moved onto other projects, including to portray a sick child in the Emmy-nominated episode of ER, where incidentally she played the first child character to die in the show's history.
    The Wright family relocated to Los Angeles in order to pursue Madison's blooming acting career and, in 1994, she had her acting debut in the comedy Grace Under Fire, then aged nine years old.
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  • 1984
    Born on July 29, 1984.
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