MONMOUTH — A Monmouth resident is dead after a house fire Friday night on North 1st Street.Firefighters responded at 10:16 p.m. Friday to a report
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
Ask a Trooper: Why are muffler laws not enforced?
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How to survive grain bin accidents
"If you get caught in a grain truck, an elevator, or a bin you start sinking right away and it's almost like quicksand," said Becker County Sheriff, Doug KrierIt's death trap, the pros at CHS grain co-op deal with every day."About half of grain engulfment's end in death, in our industry,...
New governor’s wacky dancing caught on camera
That's what voters wanted - a governor who loves to dance. Gov. Ned Lamont was sworn in Wednesday, and at the galas that followed the festivities Lamont, apparently overtcome with sheer joy and excitement, decided to cut a rug and, boy that rug sure was cut. To ribbons. To the tune of "Play That Funky Music," no less. Twitter user Chris Soto, captured the esteemed governor's moves, and posted them online. It looks like the governor was attempting to do the running man, maybe. Soto is Lamont's legislative affairs director.
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Parrottsville man charged with multiple offences
Cocke County authorities patrolling near a known drug house on Tuesday ended up charging one suspect with numerous offenses.
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Vivian Olson will run for Edmonds City Council
Harbor Square employee is co-chair of the Tree Board By Brian Soergel | Feb 10, 2019 Vivian Olson Vivian Olson has announced her campaign for Edmonds City Council, Position 5 “It was love at first sight when we moved here 17 years ago, and Edmonds has been home to my family ever since,” she said. Councilmember Dave Teitzel holds Position 5. On Saturday, Feb. 9, he announced that he would not seek a second term. The official filing period for the August primary is May 13-17, with the general election Nov. 6. Olson is the first newcomer to announce for an elected position in Edmonds government. Councilmember Diane Buckshnis (Position 4) said she seek another four-year term, as will Councilmember Neil Tibbott (Position 7). Councilmember Mike Nelson (Position 2) previously announced that he…
Akron Beacon Journal: Country should pause, consider cause of violence
This time it happened in Pittsburgh, a man armed with an AR-15-style rifle, shouting anti-Semitic slurs and opening fire inside the Tree of Life synagogue