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  • But Fasbender says he's confident the young cranes will make it back to Wisconsin in the spring.

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  • If the waiver doesn't come through, "the only option we can think of as a contingency would be to transport them by ground to release sites in Alabama or in Florida," said Peter Fasbender, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service field supervisor in Green Bay, Wis., which is part of the partnership to re-establish the cranes.

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  • I suspect one of the Fasbender brothers smashed Big Sky's computer.

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  • Bart Fasbender (sound), and Eugenia Furneaux-Arends (props).

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  • What was most interesting to me was the woman who was shouting at minority board member Charlotte Kremer two years ago, now Board President Karen Bowman, was now aligned with her in opposition to giving Superintendent Fasbender the raise and contract extension.

    McHenry County Blog

  • Since 2009 was a mere one-tenth of one percent, the board and superintendent must be counting on inflation for Fasbender to get much of a raise.

    McHenry County Blog

  • "From what we've been told about the construction money - forget about it," Fasbender said.

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  • District residents have alleged that Fasbender and Murphy withheld insurance plan information from the teachers 'union so that they would not face taking less favorable plans themselves.

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  • "I expect both to be down significantly this year," Fasbender said.

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  • "I expect both to be down significantly this year," Fasbender said.

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