229 Eliott Rd, Hervey Range “All skirting boards and door and window frames are Tasmanian Oak. It is fully screened, has a soft interior colour scheme, tiled floors, fans, and down lights with dimmers.”The property has a separate double carport with lockup storage while there is a four-bay Colorbond shed with power.It’s also fully fenced and has a 25,000L bore water tank and 50,000L rainwater tank. 229 Eliott Rd, Hervey RangeNESTLED at the base of a mountain range on 30 acres of picturesque land lies this four-bedroom home.229 Elliott Rd, Herveys Range, offers a dream rural lifestyle. 229 Eliott Rd, Hervey RangeOversized decks allow plenty of space to enjoy the views from while inside the home is breezy with a natural, colour palette which perfectly blends with the green scenery outside.The property is being marketed by Julie Mahoney from Ray White Julie Mahoney and she said it offered the ultimate in tranquillity.“It’s a stunning home in a secluded setting on top of Herveys Range,” she said.“This property also has three rocky creeks that run seasonally.”The house has more than 300sq m of living space with half of that space dedicated to decks to enjoy the views.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 229 Eliott Rd, Hervey RangeIt has two separate pavilions joined by a covered breezeway.The entrance to the main pavilion features cathedral ceilings and a designer kitchen while there is also a study with two bedrooms.The second pavilion contains the parents’ retreat which has an external deck, ensuite with double vanities and walk-in wardrobe.The owners of the home said the temperature is far cooler than on the coast yet it only takes 30 minutes to reach all the amenities of the city.“It is a pleasure to enjoy the morning sun on the deck or an evening drink watching the sun disappear behind the mountain,” they said.“The house is modern in design with Colorbond roof and external cladding, large double-hung windows and huge sliding doors.
A former administrator at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland has retired early, in the midst of a Broward school district investigation about his role in last year’s shooting.Jeff Morford was an assistant principal at the school when the massacre that took 17 lives and injured another 17 people occurred on February 14, 2018. He has been accused by a state commission of failing to help prevent such a situation.Morford had signed up for a deferred retirement program last year and was planning to leave in 2023, according to district records. However, his last day was September 4.Lisa Maxwell, executive director of the Broward Principals and Assistants Association, says he decided to retire early as a result of “overall trauma” from the massacre. She adds, “He’s been re-traumatized over and over again. He’s just done.”According to Maxwell, prosecutors in the criminal case for killer Nikolas Cruz have required the former assistant principal to repeatedly watch video of the shooting, which killed coach and security monitor Chris Hixon, with whom Maxwell was good friends.The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission, which is still investigating the tragedy, concluded that Morford had mishandled a September 2016 threat assessment of Cruz, who was a student at the school at that time.A 2018 report from the commission states that Morford was not competent in such tasks, and had never handled such evaluations during his 31-year career.Assistant Principal Denise Reed told the commission, “Jeff is old school. He only did operations. He never did any discipline at where he was at his previous location and so Jeff said: ‘I don’t even know where to find a threat assessment.’”A student told the commission that he and a classmate warned Morford that they were concerned about Cruz being a school shooter, since Cruz had reportedly looked up guns on a school computer, pretended to shoot birds on campus, and alleged that he liked seeing people in pain.The student said that Morford and a deputy did not seem concerned, and that Morford told the student to Google “autism,” implying that Cruz had the condition.The report adds, “Morford told the students that Cruz was being sent to alternative school and they did not need to worry.”The commission asked the district to investigate how Morford handled the threat review. Upon finding that Morford’s inability to answer detailed questions did not seem credible, they hired a law firm to review his actions, as well as those of two other assistant principals and a security specialist. Former Principal Ty Thompson was added to the list last March.Runcie informed the commission that the investigation should be finished later this month or next month.The administrators were transferred to new jobs this summer. Morford had been serving as an assistant principal at Coconut Creek High School, but was reportedly not able to avoid the daily stress caused by the shooting.In addition to his administrative duties, Morford opened a bar in Pompano Beach last summer called the Axe Throwing Society. It features 14 ax-throwing “lanes” that look like fenced-in batting cages, where customers can fling lightweight axes at wooden targets.
Arthur JohnsonArthur M. Johnson, 87, of Oxford died Saturday, June 25, 2016 at the Kansas Veterans Home in Winfield.Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at the Oxford Christian Church. Visitation will be held on June 28, 2016 from 12 until 8 p.m., with the family receiving friends from 5 to 7 p.m. at Oxford Funeral Service Chapel. Memorials have been established with the Kansas Veterans Home and Oxford Church of Christ and may be left with Oxford Funeral Service. Burial will be at the Oxford Cemetery. Arrangements are with Oxford Funeral Service. For further information please visit www.oxfordfuneralservice.com.Arthur Milton Johnson was born on February 4, 1929, the son of John and Ruth (Putnam) Johnson in Spencer, NE. He was known to his family and friends as Art or Johnny. He graduated from Spencer Nebraska High School in 1946 and joined the U.S. Air Force in 1948 and was a training mechanics instructor. Following service he worked briefly for Oâ€™Neill Outlaw Grocery and then for H.C. Leach Oil Field Construction. He worked on in-flight refueling and rebuilding helicopters during the Vietnam War.Art was also a defense contractor administrator as the regional manager of DCAâ€™s quality assurance completing 33 years of civil service. On March 3, 1951 Art was united in marriage to Margaret Leach. They lived in Electra, TX, Oâ€™Neill, NE, Holliday, TX, and Amarillo before moving to Oxford, KS in 1973. Art was a member of the Oxford Church of Christ.Art is survived by his three children: Larry Johnson and his wife Linda of Winfield, Gary Johnson and his wife Susan of Oxford, and Susan Spoon and her husband Robert of Oxford; grandchildren: Jonathan Johnson and his wife Abby ofÂ Dexter, Daniel Spoon and his wife Stephanie of Oxford, Kaly Spoon of Oxford, Seth Johnson of Derby, Aaron Johnson and his wife Eden of Clearwater, Kaydee Johnson and Laura Riggs of Winfield, and Zac Johnson of Oxford, Jessica Lucas of Lawrence, Nick Lucas of Wellington, and Mary Lucas of Winfield; great grandchildren: Keaton and Charlee Johnson, Grayson Drake, Kase and Kale Johnson, Reignor Abasolo, Mary Tyler, Corbin and Carson Lucas; two sisters: Helen and Duane Bolliger and Caroline Rossi and one brother, Leo Johnson.He is preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife, Margaret, two brothers: Carlton â€œBuckâ€ Johnson and Kenny Johnson, and 3 sisters: Evelyn Liable, Nancy Gamble and Opal â€œSoapyâ€ Miller.
The dog found in Letterkenny.The owner of this lovely dog is being sought after it was found in a distressed state in Letterkenny traffic.The dog was found by Aimee McColgan who is looking to reunite the dog with its owner.The dog was found running through traffic at Dunnes Stores roundabout and has no collar or any form of ID.If this is your dog, you can contact Aimee on 0861630334 or on the house number 0749177610.DISTRESSED DOG FOUND IN LETTERKENNY TRAFFIC was last modified: June 28th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DOGfoundletterkenny