Judge hears arguments in lawsuit over teacher pensions
The 2013 Legislature unconstitutionally broke a contract with retired educators when it reduced their annual cost-of-living increases for their pensions, attorneys for the MEA-MFT union and some current and retired education employees said in court Wednesday.
San Jose Pension Crush Spurs Bid to Ease California Pacts
If Chuck Reed were a private employer and saw his pension costs triple in 10 years, he could cut future benefits as allowed under a federal law known as the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
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As of Tuesday afternoon, the 2013 tax bill of $8.1 million for CHS Inc., in Laurel, was sent from the Yellowstone County, with a commitment from the company that it will be paid on time — Nov. 30 — without protest.
Life after policing
Manteca police officers of the last 50 years reflect a common passion to serve and protect the community they were sworn to patrol.
A familiar Glacier Park face retires
Columbia Falls resident Fred Reese, 75, retired this fall after 45 seasons at Glacier National Park and several years at other National Park Service locations.