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William McGaffin, Chicago Daily News ... network and magazine speculation about his possible resignation or impeachment.” Robert Pierpoint, C.B.S. News: “. . . when he is finished [with the news summary] the President, claims Buchanan.
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Robert Therien, artist lecture series ... Grand, Spencer, Iowa; 712-262-4307. Marsha Newman, photography: Oct. 1-31, Daily Grind, 511 4th Street, Sioux City; 277-2020. "Dragonflies," by Mikaelah Morocco, acrylic paintings: Oct. 2-31, Witter Gallery.
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The Waterford driver's Peugeot 208 T16 was plagued by turbo problems for the duration of the event, but it was the sensational pace of Ford Fiesta R5 drivers Robert Barrable and ... all but a second of that back in McGaffin's Corner, which, at 16 miles.
In an e-mail, UPMC spokeswoman Maureen McGaffin said Marcos' departure is not related to his skills as a surgeon or to patient care issues. He will remain on the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh, where he is a professor, to finish some of his.
Robert G. “Bob” Graves, 82 ... He had been in failing health and recently suffered a heart attack. • Don McGaffin, 78, a reporter, commentator and consumer advocate for KING-TV in the 1970s and early ’80s who played a major role in what many.