News of Other Days

February 9, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Feb. 18, 1993. 95 Years Ago

Melbourne man arrested for drugs

February 9, 2006 MELBOURNE — An early morning traffic stop in Melbourne on Feb. 1 resulted in drug charges and the arrest of the driver.

Sen. Miller seeks re-election

February 9, 2006 MELBOURNE — Sen. Paul Gray Miller of Melbourne announced that he will seek re-election as a Democrat from state Senate District 10.

Interim Chosen

February 9, 2006 NEWARK — Dr. Ann Webb was named interim superintendent of the Cedar Ridge School District in a special meeting Wednesday night.

Boeing facility to close

February 9, 2006 MELBOURNE — The Boeing plant in Melbourne is closing, plant officials announced this morning.

Memorial Wall honors 39th

February 8, 2006 CAMP JOSEPH T. ROBINSON — Thirty-three photos and names occupy a special place at the entrance to the headquarters of the 39th Brigade Combat Team.

Dental duo seeks space

February 8, 2006 A business that was “stuck in” a historical district some years ago is now considering a remodeling job — if it can get approval from the city.

DTF officers search home

February 8, 2006 A Dry Run Circle residence was raided by members of the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force Tuesday afternoon after several complaints by neighbors of illegal drug and alcohol activity in the area.