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Families look to secure an executive lifestyle in a premium spot

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first_img52 Kew Rd, GracevilleThe auction attracted nine registered bidders, and a crowd of more than 100 people watched on. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“We had heaps of interest in this property and about 55 groups through the home over the four-week campaign,” Mr May said. “Buyers were mostly families looking to secure an executive lifestyle in a premium high side location. Kew Rd in itself is one of the best streets in the area.” 52 Kew Rd, GracevilleAN executive home in a popular high side Graceville street has sold under the hammer to a family buyer. Doug May, of Nanette Lilley Property, said the five-bedroom property at 52 Kew Rd sold for an undisclosed amount. 52 Kew Rd, GracevilleMr May said seven of the bidders actively took part in the auction.“We did hit and exceed the reserve,” he said. The Graceville-based agent said the successful buyers were overjoyed with securing the 810sq m property with a two-storey home. center_img 52 Kew Rd, GracevilleMr May said he wasn’t surprised the home attracted so much interest as the whole suburb was proving popular with buyers. “Graceville, with its lifestyle, proximity to the city and fantastic infrastructure, is one of the hotter suburbs in Brisbane,” he said.last_img read more

Linda Gail Wittkorn

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first_imgLinda Gail Wittkorn 75 of Moores Hill passed away at her residence on Wednesday August 9, 2017.  Linda was born Wednesday August 27, 1941 in Marion, North Carolina the daughter of William R. and Kitty V. (Hutchins) Mues Sr.   She married Heinz A. Wittkorn May 5, 1959, who survives.  Linda was a former employee of Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati working in the medical records department.  Linda enjoyed animals, especially her cats.Linda is survived by husband, Heinz of Moores Hill, son Josef (Valerie) Wittkorn of Delaware, Ohio, brother William R. Mues Jr. of Cincinnati, and 4 grandchildren, Amber, Ethan and Aaron Wittkorn and Erika Basil.Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.  Memorials may be made in her memory to the Salvation Army through the funeral home.  Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home, Moores Hill entrusted with arrangements; Box 156, 47032;  (812)744-3280.  Go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

Police detain principal amid student walkout

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first_imgBALDWIN PARK – The Police Department is investigating why officers detained Sierra Vista High School’s principal during Monday’s school walkout by students.Principal Jackie White was detained reportedly after students who police ordered to be locked into their classrooms were released, according to a statement from the police. Mark Skvarna, Baldwin Park Unified School District superintendent, said he was still trying to learn the facts about what happened. “I’m not mad,” he said. “I guess the only thing I want to say is that I have full confidence in \ Mark Kling. He told me they are doing an internal investigation. Whatever happened, I guarantee you he will get to the bottom of it.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventWhite did not immediately return a telephone call left at Sierra Vista. Officers were trying to corral about 250 students who did not report to 9 a.m. classes on Monday, officials said. That was the day thousands of area students walked out of class to protest a proposed federal law aimed at controlling illegal immigration. Students were roaming around campus and trying to jump over the school’s fences, the statement said. At 10:10 a.m., officers requested Sierra Vista officials place the school in “lockdown,” which would keep students in classrooms and cancel a student break. While police were trying to get control of the 250 students, about 1,100 students were released from class, the statement said. This prevented officers from getting the disruptive students to return to class. After questioning, White was let go when police determined the release of students was probably due to miscommunication, officials said. The statement does not make clear how long White was detained. Police decided there were no grounds to file a criminal complaint against White. The statement also said members of the department have talked with White and apologized for keeping her from her duties as principal. ben.baeder@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2703160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more