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  • Still, Gretchen Swall, a Los Altos-based real-estate broker, opted for a big spread when she met her mother and friend for lunch at Ozumo recently.

    Ozumo

  • Lexey Swall-Bobay for The Wall Street Journal Saundra Hill Scott, left, with her 4-year-old grandson, has less than two months to move out of her house after a lender moved to foreclose on her Lehigh Acres, Fla., home.

    A Florida Court's 'Rocket Docket'

  • "I'm just thrilled beyond words," said Swall, who attended a Jefferson City news conference.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Emergency room personnel phoned police, who put out arrest warrants for Swall and Turner.

    DailyHerald.com > News

  • After getting no response from the victim following the beating, Swall and

    DailyHerald.com > News

  • Then, Swall stepped in and threw more punches into the unconscious victim, causing further damage, Thompson said.

    DailyHerald.com > News

  • Once inside, the four friends continued drinking, and Turner and Swall decided to "start mimicking professional wrestlers from World Wrestling Entertainment", Thompson said.

    DailyHerald.com > News

  • Swall said reports about high E. coli levels at the lake resulted from testing samples being taken directly after strong storms.

    Sedalia Democrat : News

  • Swall said the majority of the proceeds from this year's race will be paid out in purse money, but the group hopes to make the race an annual event and fundraiser.

    Sedalia Democrat : News

  • "The number one pollutant in Missouri waterways is topsoil from the rains," Swall said.

    Sedalia Democrat : News

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