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  • Larry Wallace Is Surprise Choice For Police Chief

    01/22/2004 11:50:56 AM PST · by archy · 4 replies · 395+ views
    the Chattanoogan, [Chattanooga, TN] ^ | 13 Jan 2004 | the Chattanoogan
    Larry Wallace Is Surprise Choice For Police Chief Former TBI Director Had Been Hired To Help Pick Dotson Replacement posted January 13, 2004 Former TBI Director Larry Wallace is the surprise choice of Mayor Bob Corker as the next Chattanooga Police chief. Mayor Corker said at a press conference late Tuesday morning that he would be recommending Mr. Wallace to the City Council at their 3 p.m. meeting today. Mr. Wallace had been hired by the mayor as a consultant to help pick the new police chief. He replaces Jimmie Dotson, who is stepping down at the end of the...
  • Chattanooga mayor backs consultant as police chief

    01/22/2004 10:54:09 AM PST · by archy · 3 replies · 255+ views
    AP, via the Commercial-Appeal, Memphis, TN ^ | January 14, 2004 | Bill Poovey
    Chattanooga mayor backs consultant as police chiefBy Bill Poovey, The Associated PressJanuary 14, 2004CHATTANOOGA - Former Tennessee Bureau of Investigation director Larry Wallace, hired as a consultant in the city's search for a police chief, will get the job himself if the City Council approves, Mayor Bob Corker said Tuesday. Wallace, 59, said at a City Hall press conference that he was ready to begin work in the $118,500-a-year job as successor to the resigning chief, Jimmie Dotson, if the council approved the mayor's recommendation. Two council members who attended the press conference declined to say if they were ready...
  • Gore’s TV War: He Lobs Salvo At Fox News

    11/26/2002 11:02:56 PM PST · by BADROTOFINGER · 224 replies · 1,021+ views
    New York Observer ^ | Josh Benson
    Gore’s TV War: He Lobs Salvo At Fox News by Josh Benson Among the many problems facing the Democratic Party, according to former Vice President Al Gore, is the state of the American media. "The media is kind of weird these days on politics, and there are some major institutional voices that are, truthfully speaking, part and parcel of the Republican Party," said Mr. Gore in an interview with The Observer. "Fox News Network, The Washington Times, Rush Limbaugh—there’s a bunch of them, and some of them are financed by wealthy ultra-conservative billionaires who make political deals with Republican administrations...