Imagine the money he’ll save on housing if he goes to prison (which he should.)
By Gary Nelson: Dade Cop Accused Of Stealing Gas Goes On Trial
“This case comes down to common sense,” Reichling said. “What it shows is this defendant was definitely stealing fuel from Miami Dade County.”
The cop’s defense? He would never put lower quality, 87 octane county gasoline in his wife’s expensive BMW.
Stupidity is dangerous
Lauren Evans: Oregon Gubernatorial Candidate Says Educated Women ‘Aren’t Susceptible’ To Sexual Abuse
Did you know that educated women are not susceptible to sexual abuse? Me neither! Luckily, here comes Oregon gubernatorial candidate Bud Pierce to set us all straight. This important lesson was delivered just moments after his opponent, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, revealed for the first time that she’d been the victim of domestic violence.
“A woman that has great education and training and a great job is not susceptible to this kind of abuse by men, women or anyone,” Pierce said during a debate on Friday, raising his index finger in what I have forever come to think of as “the Trump Shocker.”
Depends on the crimes…
He who puts an end to former crimes, by taking up the way of peace, illuminates the world like the moon freed from a veil of clouds.
The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Loneliness and the feeling of being uncared for and unwanted are the greatest poverty.
He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.
He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.
It is curious that physical courage should be so common in the world and moral courage so rare.
Lisa Demer: Bethel dental patients asked to take blood tests after sterilization breach
Patients with questions can call 844-543-6361 to speak with a medical professional, though after hours they might have to leave a message. YKHC also is posting information on Facebook and its website.
YKHC FB page
Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation
Box 528, Bethel, Alaska 99559
Mary Wasche: “Escape to Alaska” and “Murder in Wasilla”
By Matt Hickman Frontiersman.com ‘Murder in Wasilla’ author at book signing Saturday
WASILLA — Alaska may have more homegrown authors per capita than any state in the union, and in her two published books thus far, Mary Wasche has made the Last Frontier the setting.
She lived in Eagle River for more than 20 years, but moved back to her home state of Minnesota last spring to be closer to family.
She’s back this weekend for a book signing at Barnes & Noble in Anchorage from 1 to 3 p.m.
She’ll have with her “Escape to Alaska”, a combination thriller-love story, and the crime drama “Murder in Wasilla”, even as her next book, a novel set during the Civil War gets ready for print, hopefully by year’s end.
“All severity that does not tend to increase good, or prevent evil, is idle.”
Samuel Johnson, as quoted in James Boswell, The Life of Samuel Johnson
A wise man adapts himself to circumstances, as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it.
Speculation and the exploration of ideas beyond what we know with certainty are what lead to progress.
Arriving at one goal is the starting point to another.
psychologist and philosopher
I hope they do not get a reduced sentence because they can turn their lives around. Not much of chance of their victim turning her life around.
Chris Klint: Victim dies, 2 more suspects arrested in Russian Jack shooting
“When a shooting occurs in the commission of a crime and someone dies, they all get charged with murder,” Shell said.
What is an appropriate cheer leading outfit for junior and senior high school?
Nick Bowman: Ketchikan volleyball team alleges mistreatment amid ‘booty shorts’ controversy
During this gap, crime rates will…?
Devin Kelly: Girdwood will briefly go without police presence after troopers pull out