We have been writing to our tenants in this vein for many years without any problemsLandlord sends not-so-merry cards Dec 08, 2008
What may be holding back the religious right from achieving its full potential is that, compared to the groups that comprise the religious left, participants in conservative religious groups do not want the other religious right groups to influence public opinionSurvey looks at religious 'sectarianism' Jun 01, 2006
At the time of the collision, Milbanke was in control of the vehicle, no doubt with one hand on the steering wheel and the other on the mobile phoneBriton sentenced for car phone-related death Sep 04, 2004
John Victor Evans, Sr. (born January 18, 1925 in Malad City, Idaho) was Governor of Idaho from 1977-87. He is a member of the Democratic Party.
Evans was elected to the Idaho Senate in 1952 and re-elected in 1954 and 1956, serving as majority leader in his final term. In 1960, Evans became mayor of Malad City and served in that capacity until 1966. He returned to the state senate in 1968 and served as minority leader from 1969-74.
Evans was elected lieutenant governor in 1974. He became governor in January 1977 when Cecil D. Andrus accepted an appointment to become the Secretary of the Interior in the Carter administration.