“Maybe we can just give a little smile on somebody’s day, and a positive interaction with the police, and let them know that we care. Most people’s interaction with their police is for something that’s not pleasant, and maybe we can change that.”Ray said it was possible the gift card program would turn into an annual tradition.Fort Madison cemeteries getting a spring cleaningFort Madison cemeteries getting a spring cleaningCrews throwing debris and other material into the truck.Crews throwing debris and other material into the truck.Fort Madison crews are doing some spring cleaning in the cemetery this week.Fort Madison crews are doing some spring cleaning in the cemetery this week.Hannibal Board of Public Works survey resultsHannibal Board of Public Works survey resultsThe results of Hannibal Board of Public Works’ customer survey are in.The results of Hannibal Board of Public Works’ customer survey are in.Survey: college students struggle to balance free speech, inclusivitySurvey: college students struggle to balance free speech, inclusivityPeople walking on WIU’s campus.People walking on WIU’s campus. College students are struggling to balance free speech and on campus and online.
In 1983 his son, Ed, and his wife, Helen, took over the reins, keeping the farm in the family name where it has been since 1858. Besides farming, Ed also felt the need to serve his country, using his aeronautical skills in the Air Force. Military weren looked upon as heroes.
I do not mean to suggest that we don’t have real and deep issues to work through. We do. But right now, we also need to survive an era of seemingly chronic inflammation. I am thankful for every day that I get to spend with all my fur babies.What an amazing story. We are unbelievably happy that you were able to not only help Audi with his hips and restore him back to full health, but that you have raised him to become a dog with so many achievements and community involvement under his collar. All the while, giving him the joy in life that he deserves.
The club announced Oct. 4 they would be suspending hockey operations for the season saying, to a series of unfortunate events our organization has found itself in a position in which it is unable to continue in a competitive and professional manner for the season We believe it was in the best interest of our fans, volunteers and sponsors to take a year leave of absence to restructure and hopefully come back next season stronger than ever. Commissioner Ron Whitehead says that league representatives joined a conference call on Wednesday to discuss their options in altering the league schedule.