Todd Nielson plays a numbers with Seahawks

November 7, 2012

RENTON, Wash. — A decade ago, Todd Nielson worked partial time for a Green Bay Packers during $6 an hour. Now, he’s sensitively useful to a Seattle Seahawks. Nielson gathers and crunches numbers, studies probabilities, looks for any splinter of information concerning a Seahawks or hostile teams that could give Seattle an edge. That includes […]

Dentists build smiles one child during a time during Give Kids a Smile clinic

November 2, 2011

Dr. Daniel Bialecki looked down during a 7-year-old lady in the dentist’s chair. “I’m so unapproachable of you,” he said, fluctuating a hand. “Give me five.” She slapped his palm and smiled as most as her impassive mouth would let her. He had only finished a “pulpotomy” on one of her baby teeth. “Essentially, we […]

Marathon sparks thought for product

October 11, 2011

HUDSON —  Dentist David F. Paquette will always remember a 2004 Boston Marathon. After using in 90 grade heat, a Southboro proprietor had to be treated with an IV for dehydration. The roughly evident service gave him an idea “Why isn’t there something we can drink?” Dr. Paquette remembered seeking himself. “Why isn’t there something that […]

Malibu waves twice normal distance with bloat still building

September 1, 2011

At Point Dume in Malibu, 6- to 8-foot waves crashed onto a sandy beach, spraying white H2O high into a air. Lifeguards pronounced a waves are about twice normal height, and a bloat is approaching to build via a day. “The bigger a better,” Kevin Koenig, a 25-year-old football manager from Thousand Oaks pronounced before […]

Costa Mesa dentist who incidentally killed 3 patients expelled from prison

August 3, 2011

A former Costa Mesa dentist who killed 3 patients by incidentally overmedicating them in 1983 was expelled from jail today. The profession for Tony Protopappas believes his customer should have been expelled on Thursday. Protopappas, who was convicted of second-degree murder in 1984 and condemned to 15 years to life in jail for murdering 9-year-old […]

Dentist who incidentally killed 3 patients is released

August 3, 2011

A former Costa Mesa dentist who killed 3 patients by incidentally over-medicating them in 1983 was expelled from jail today. The profession for Tony Protopappas believes his customer should have been expelled on Thursday. Protopappas, who was convicted of second-degree murder in 1984 and condemned to 15 years to life in jail for murdering 9-year-old […]