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December 02. 2012 1:50PM

Suit accusing solar firm of fraud reveals company tried to repay Mississippi in proposal

Twin Creeks, which is liquidating, tried to erase its debt before Mississippi sued. The firm proposed to repay $1.25 million or less, and give the state rights worth up to 20 percent of any future royalty payments from its technologies, an amount that could be worth up to $8 million. The state described royalty income in the suit as “highly uncertain.”

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GTAT CEO sold shares day before Apple announcement, stock plunge

GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:GTAT), CEO Thomas Gutierrez sold 9,232 shares of the company’s stock on the open market in a transaction dated Monday, September 8th.

Meriam Ibrahim attorneys banned from leaving Sudan over accusation they tainted country's image helping her avoid a whipping, execution for faith

Sudan this week banned five attorneys from leaving the country after another lawyer accused them of tainting the country's image by defending Meriam Ibrahim, the Christian mother of two falsely accused of apostasy, two of the attorneys said.

Conway motel condemned by fire department; 29 residents displaced

CONWAY — The Conway Fire Department was forced to shut down the White Deer Motel for 49 violations of the state fire code Friday. Occupants on Sept. 18 were given 24 hours to move out by 1 p.m. the next day.

Chesterfield church to explore ugly parts of the Bible

There are portions of Christian scripture that is hard to reconcile, and when taken as is, they do not serve to preach a grace-filled or loving God, but instead lay out a deity that is hateful, ugly, and violent. In scripture there are more than a handful of stories of rape, murder, genocide, betrayal, and racism.

Parasite decreases Moose population, impacting New England hunting season

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Sportsmen hoping to bag a big moose are seeing increased competition from a tiny parasite that’s cutting down moose populations in New England and across parts of the northern United States, prompting some states to offer hunters fewer permits or halt hunting altogether.

Strafford County jail inmate claims medical mistreatment

'The plaintiff has been left to suffer,' Pavao, who is representing himself pro se, wrote.

NHMS, Miller Lite extend deal for another 3 years

LOUDON — With NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leader Brad Keselowski on hand for the 'toast,' New Hampshire Motor Speedway officials announced that Miller Lite will continue its relationship with the Magic Mile, extending its successful partnership for another three years.

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