Is there a county website or something I can use to look up who owns a business?

Question by So Devine: Is there a county website or something I can use to look up who owns a business?
Well, or basically anything online to look up the owner of a business?

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Answer by imisidro
Some counties offer online databases so you can check if the name you want has already been taken or is still available

Fairfax County in Virginia, for example has a Trade Name index that can be found in their Courts Automated Recording System (CARS) via the Court Public Access Network (CPAN) for names already recorded. http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/courts/circuit/cpan.htm

Check the website of the county you are interested in and find out if they the information online

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What type of college should I look into for a career in making album art?

Question by stabmyback94: What type of college should I look into for a career in making album art?
I’ve been thinking about college recently and I know I want to be in an art related field, specifically I’m thinking about making album art for CDs, but I’m not sure what sort of a degree I need to be looking into… If anybody has any idea, please let me know.

Thanks.

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Answer by originalkippyj
Try finding a college with both a good fine arts program and a good graphic arts program.

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How to look for a good DUI lawyer in Virginia (Hampton Roads)?

Question by Happy mother of a baby boy born 10-25-2010: How to look for a good DUI lawyer in Virginia (Hampton Roads)?
Anyone in VA know of any good DUI lawyers? I’m looking for one with experience.

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Answer by reachen22
save your money, i mean it. my Friend spent 5 grand on a lawyer who said he would get him off. but in virgina when you get a dwi it can’t be beat. the law was written to provide you with no ddefense sorry but your going to lose your case.

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Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia Reviews

Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia

For most of the twentieth century, West Virginia was a college basketball hotbed. Its major programs were a success, but perhaps even more successful was the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, composed of fifteen schools that rarely earned headlines but set many records and became an identifiable part of small town culture and a source of state pride. This ethos exists today in small town Kentucky and Indiana but struggles to survive in West Virginia. Part of the reason is the state’s population decline since the 1950s. That, author Bob Kuska argues, along with the rise of cable and satellite TV and the major college basketball empire, stole the thunder–and the crowds–from these small town communities.
 
And yet, these teams play on in obscurity and still find success. Against the backdrop of West Virginia’s great small college history, Kuska chronicles the day-to-day struggles and triumphs of one modern school, Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, West Virginia. What happened to that team during a rags-to-riches yearlong stretch would’ve been remarkable at any level, let alone at a school with very low athletic department budgets and low visibility that makes recruiting talented players almost impossible.
 
As he alternates between coaches and players, past and present, Kuska contrasts the fan enthusiasm of the conference’s early years with the apathy that plagues the teams of the twenty-first century. If sports fans can get past the media and the madness that has made college basketball increasingly similar to professional basketball in its self-indulgence and sensationalism, they are left with leagues like the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference–scrappy, intelligent, and spirited–and still finding ways to succeed and thrive.

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Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia

Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia

For most of the twentieth century, West Virginia was a college basketball hotbed. Its major programs were a success, but perhaps even more successful was the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, composed of fifteen schools that rarely earned headlines but set many records and became an identifiable part of small town culture and a source of state pride. This ethos exists today in small town Kentucky and Indiana but struggles to survive in West Virginia. Part of the reason is the state’s population decline since the 1950s. That, author Bob Kuska argues, along with the rise of cable and satellite TV and the major college basketball empire, stole the thunder–and the crowds–from these small town communities.
 
And yet, these teams play on in obscurity and still find success. Against the backdrop of West Virginia’s great small college history, Kuska chronicles the day-to-day struggles and triumphs of one modern school, Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, West Virginia. What happened to that team during a rags-to-riches yearlong stretch would’ve been remarkable at any level, let alone at a school with very low athletic department budgets and low visibility that makes recruiting talented players almost impossible.
 
As he alternates between coaches and players, past and present, Kuska contrasts the fan enthusiasm of the conference’s early years with the apathy that plagues the teams of the twenty-first century. If sports fans can get past the media and the madness that has made college basketball increasingly similar to professional basketball in its self-indulgence and sensationalism, they are left with leagues like the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference–scrappy, intelligent, and spirited–and still finding ways to succeed and thrive.

Rating: (out of 3 reviews)

List Price: $ 19.95

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