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Very sad. I know of a few people who have done this to be put in the jail because they were tired of being homeless. I hope he gets the help he needs to become clean.
I think it would only be a conflict of interest if she sat on a trial where she was also the coroner. I am sure in a situation like that, they call in another attorney in the matter. That's my guess, but I could be wrong.
Your friendship to my son gave him the confidence to graduate high school when for so long I was worried he wouldn't. You and the staff at Lincoln High School are exceptional on so many levels and we thank you for the years you gave your all. Good luck in your future endeavors.
Only because of attitudes like yours.
Sad to see it go. I feel for the kids who cannot travel to the Tri Cities to get their formal attire for their formal dances.
Hopefully someone else will see the need for such a store in our town and reopen a new one.
My husband just brought that same exact thing up last night. They are very nice signs, but that had to be quite the chunk of cash since they are ALL over town. Seems kind of silly to me. It's very obvious by the massive construction all over town that they are fixing the roads.
I hope he gets away from it and becomes a productive citizen in our community. He is just a kid, he has a lot of living to do. :)
Good luck Ernesto!
Condolences to the Martin family.
I do hate to see old buildings torn down, especially one that is so beautiful as it is. I am sure it will be cheaper to tear down the old building and build a new one with new "green" supplies that in my opinion don't hold up as well, but the kids and the staff deserve a new school. They are doing great things over there at Lincoln. Anything to support them is on my ballot. I do not think a change of location would do as there are many of the students that live in the area that cannot afford transportation.
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