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  3. I don't know but I doubt that the district would have been 'officially' notified before evidence was collected and charges were filed.
  4. mr.d

    Easter

    Happy Easter to you and family also to everyone else on GoDuBois.
  5. If I was this boy's family I would pay for this guys bail and make sure he never gets a trial.
  6. Why do people do stupid stuff like this especially when they have great jobs and salaries. They should know they would be caught, her husband should have known that at least. I mean turning in expenses for family vacations and their business expenses. Duh! My guess her husband must have been a lousy detective.
  7. steelnut

    Easter

    Wishing all a very happy and blessed Easter!
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  9. Nascar Published 1 day ago NASCAR will test future Gen-7 car tech at all-star race By Gary Gastelu | Fox News Video NASCAR changes rules after embarrassing qualifying fiasco Due to a recent incident at the Auto Club 400 event on March 17 where none of the final cars in a race set an official time, NASCAR has changed its qualifying rules in order to prevent a similar outcome. NASCAR has decided that all cars must now post a lap time in the last session or start at the rear of the field. Once a car leaves its pit stall it cannot stop on pit road. NASCAR will be giving fans a sneak peek into its future at this year’s all-star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway by modifying the cars with two features that may be incorporated into the all-new Gen-7 models currently under development for 2021. NASCAR often uses the non-points event to test out new rules before incorporating them into the series. Cars go through a tech inspection before every race. (Getty Images) This time around, the Cup cars will be equipped with a single-piece front splitter and radiator pan combination designed to tweak the aerodynamics to make them more consistent to drive in traffic, along with a radiator vent exiting the hood that is aimed at creating downforce parity across all of the vehicles and improving engine cooling. The changes will be incorporated into the 2019 aero package for the All-Star race. (NASCAR) HERE'S WHY NASCAR BRISTOL RACE HAD SO MANY SEATS Many high performance sports cars, including the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and upcoming 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 feature vents that reduce pressure under the hood, which helps reduce lift and drag. One of the goals for Gen-7 cars is to make them more relevant to the production models they are based on. The proposed hood vent is similar to the ones used on high performance production cars, like the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. (Ford) The May 18 race will again have four stages, with a five-lap increase in the final stage from last year. The stages will be 30, 20, 20 and 15 laps. Both green- and yellow-flag laps will count in Stages 1-3, with only green-flag laps counting in the final stage. SEE VIDEO ; https://www.foxnews.com/auto/nascar-will-test-future-gen-7-car-tech-at-all-star-race
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    Do you like Rip-Off Tickets? Then this is the event for you. Only 80 tickets sold. A chance to win bug Bucks!! Relay For Life of Jefferson County is holding a Ticket Tournament on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Warsaw Firehall, Hazen, PA. This is a three round tournament with payout to the 15th place. Meal, Drinks (soda and water) and snacks provided. BYOB Tickets are going fast!! Tickets cost $50 and this will admit the ticket holder and one guest. Contact Tracey Morris at 814-952-8271 ro Heather Lasher at 814-603-0273 if interested in a ticket Tournament begins at 2PM, doors open at Noon. Hope to see you there. Thank you for supporting Relay For Life

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  11. View Advert Ticket Tournament Fundraiser Do you like Rip-Off Tickets? Then this is the event for you. Only 80 tickets sold. A chance to win bug Bucks!! Relay For Life of Jefferson County is holding a Ticket Tournament on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Warsaw Firehall, Hazen, PA. This is a three round tournament with payout to the 15th place. Meal, Drinks (soda and water) and snacks provided. BYOB Tickets are going fast!! Tickets cost $50 and this will admit the ticket holder and one guest. Contact Tracey Morris at 814-952-8271 ro Heather Lasher at 814-603-0273 if interested in a ticket Tournament begins at 2PM, doors open at Noon. Hope to see you there. Thank you for supporting Relay For Life Advertiser pkelso Date 04/20/2019 Price Category Announcements & Events First Name Pauline Phone Number 814-715-2701 City or Town Brookville Date(s) & Time(s) of Event Saturday April 26, 2019 2Pm to ?  
  12. Bethlehem Women Accused of Stealing Charity Raffle Item Saturday, April 20, 2019 @ 12:04 AM Posted by Aly Delp NEW BETHLEHEM BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – Two New Bethlehem women are facing charges after they allegedly stole a basketball from a charity raffle display. According to court documents, the New Bethlehem Borough Police Department filed criminal charges against 24-year-old Cassandra Irene Smith and 27-year-old Sarah Laurene Lowers. The charges stem from a theft that occurred around 2:07 p.m. on Friday, April 5, in New Bethlehem Borough. According to a criminal complaint, Officer Airgood, of the New Bethlehem Borough Police Department, received a call around 3:55 p.m. on April 5 regarding a theft from a grocery store in New Bethlehem. A store employee reported that video surveillance clearly showed two white females, one with blond hair and one with brown hair, steal a basketball on display for a raffle for charity. The video footage revealed the women, who were shopping with a small child, take the basketball out of the package and place it on the rack under their shopping cart before leaving the store, according to the complaint. Sargeant Clark, of the New Bethlehem Police Department, was able to positively identify the women in the video as Cassandra Smith and Sarah Lowers. Sargeant Clark interviewed the women on April 16. According to the complaint, the women both confessed to taking the basketball, and Sargeant Clark was able to recover it; however, the complaint notes they had put both names on it, and the item is no longer suitable to be raffled. On April 16, both women returned to the grocery store, and Smith “admitted to taking the ball and apologized for the incident,” the complaint indicates. Based on the investigation, the following charges were filed against both Lowers and Smith on Thursday, April 18: – Theft by Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 3 – Receiving Stolen Property, Misdemeanor 3 Preliminary arraignments for both women are scheduled at 10:15 a.m. on Thursday, May 2, with Magisterial District Judge Jeffrey C. Miller presiding. http://www.exploreclarion.com/2019/04/20/new-bethlehem-women-accused-of-stealing-charity-raffle-item/
  13. Trio Accused of Passing Counterfeit Bills at Punxsy Walmart Arrested in Erie April 20, 2019 12:30 am· Author: Tyler Ochs PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (EYT) – Three suspects accused of passing counterfeit currency at Walmart in Punxsutawney have been apprehended. Punxsutawney-based State Police responded to the Walmart Supercenter along State Route 119 on December 11, 2018, after receiving a report of counterfeit currency being used by three suspects who were traveling in a Honda Accord. According to a release issued on April 19, the suspects were arrested in Erie, Pa. for similar crimes, according to police. Their names have not been released. The case remains under investigation.
  14. Stupidity. The red flag was the BMX Motorcross they bought as a business expense. Maybe they did it so their members would get hurt and have to go to Butler Regional. They would write off the accident expense. Who Knows?
  15. Finally Bi partisanship. Voting for a stretched frog.
  16. Because they thought they were smart enough to get away with it.
  17. Boy injured in Mall of America fall is 'showing real signs of recovery' According to authorities, suspect Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda flung the boy over a railing after choosing him at random. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota on Oct. 14, 2018.Raymond Boyd / Getty Images file April 20, 2019, 10:59 AM EDT By Safia Samee Ali The family of a 5-year old boy who was thrown off a third-floor balcony by a man at the Mall of America last Friday say their son is "showing real signs of recovery," despite remaining in intensive care for over a week. "We have good news to share with you on this good Friday. Our miracle child is showing real signs of recovery. New test results have been positive, though he remains in intensive care with a long road ahead. Our faith in God and our Savior Jesus remains strong and we are gaining more reason for optimism day by day. We continue our appeal for privacy as we focus on our son, and thank you for respecting our wishes. Just know that we absolutely feel your overwhelming love, prayers and support, for they seem to be working. Thank you so much, from the bottom of our hearts," said attorney Stephen Tillitt, on behalf of the boy's family. According to authorities, suspect Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, flung the boy over a railing, dropping him nearly 40 feet, after choosing him at random because he was "looking to kill someone" at the mall. Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda.Bloomington Police Department He said he had planned to kill an adult standing near the railing, but picked the young victim instead, according to the criminal complaint. The boy, identified as Landon, suffered severe head trauma and several broken bones as a result of the intense fall. Witnesses told officers Aranda took off running after either pushing or throwing the child, Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts said. Potts said that a witness tried to stop him from fleeing and that officers then "quickly" found him in the mall and took him into custody. Aranda told police that he began to "lash out" after being frequently rejected by women he tried to talk to at the mall, according to the complaint. Aranda was charged with attempted murder last week and remains in custody on a $2 million bond. Online donations totaling nearly $1 million have been raised towards the boy's medical expenses. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/boy-injured-mall-america-fall-showing-real-signs-recovery-n996686
  18. April 19, 2019 SEE SLIDES OF TRADITIONS ------ https://www.wtae.com/article/history-easter-traditions/19634951
  19. Hopefully they don't skate on this, I guess it's time to pay the Piper! Too many out there doing this that haven't been caught yet! Hope the had fun while it lasted.
  20. * All Community Calendar Events are copied here in the Event Forum. EVENT CALENDAR LINK: >> Special Meeting to assist residents of Brady Township 4/22 Event Title: Special Meeting to assist residents of Brady Township 4/22 Event Author Pompeii Calendar: Community Events Event Date: 04/22/2019 06:00 PM to 04/22/2019 08:00 PM Event Location: Brady Township Community Center, Luthersburg, pa. Special Meeting to assist residents of Brady Township Clearfield County Planning & Community Development Office will hold a public meeting on Monday April 22, 2019 at 6:00p.m., at the Brady Township Community Center. This is an informational meeting for the Brady Township Lateral Assistance Program, funded with the Community Development Block Grant monies. Interested residents, becoming customers of the Brady Township Sewer System should attend. Lisa Kovalick, Community Development Specials, will give a presentation of the application process for assistance. The Lateral Program is designed to assists customers with connecting to the main sewer line in Brady Township. If you own your home, meet the income guidelines and your property taxes are up to date, you may qualify. Applications will be available at the meeting. For more information, contact Lisa Kovalick at 814-765-5149.
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    Special Meeting to assist residents of Brady Township Clearfield County Planning & Community Development Office will hold a public meeting on Monday April 22, 2019 at 6:00p.m., at the Brady Township Community Center. This is an informational meeting for the Brady Township Lateral Assistance Program, funded with the Community Development Block Grant monies. Interested residents, becoming customers of the Brady Township Sewer System should attend. Lisa Kovalick, Community Development Specials, will give a presentation of the application process for assistance. The Lateral Program is designed to assists customers with connecting to the main sewer line in Brady Township. If you own your home, meet the income guidelines and your property taxes are up to date, you may qualify. Applications will be available at the meeting. For more information, contact Lisa Kovalick at 814-765-5149.
  22. 14-year-old girls facing felony charges in alleged plot to kidnap and kill 9 1 hr ago © WFTS Two 14-year-old girls enrolled at Avon Park Middle School in Avon Park, Fla., were arrested for an alleged school shooting plot on Friday, April 19, 2019. A pair of 14-year-old Florida middle school girls are facing felony charges for conspiracy to commit kidnapping and murder after being arrested this week in what authorities described as a plot to kidnap and kill 9 people. Court records reviewed by ABC News Tampa affiliate WFTS indicate that a teacher told police she observed the girls acting “hysterical” while searching for a folder at school, and heard one say that “I’m just going to tell them it’s a prank if they call me or if they find it.” ABC News is withholding the identity of the girls due to their age. The teacher located the folder, which allegedly contained eight handwritten notes detailing the kidnapping and murder plot, and notified authorities, according to WFTS. The letters outlined plans to obtain guns and discussed the transportation and disposal of bodies. One contained plans about what the two youngsters would wear during the kidnappings and murders. The folder was labeled “Private info,” “Do not open” and “Project 11/9,” according to the TV station. The teenagers were taken into custody and each face nine counts of criminal attempt to conspire capital felony (premeditated homicide), and three counts of criminal attempt to conspire third-degree felony (kidnapping), WFTS reported. Officials said they are treating the plot seriously. "It doesn’t matter if they thought it was a joke,” Highlands County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) spokesman Scott Dressel told WFTS. “It's not a joke. There's no joking about something like this. You don’t make a joke about killing people. It's not a joke.” Highlands County Schools Deputy Superintendent Andrew Lethbridge said in a statement to WFTS that the school’s safety protocols were effective. “We would like to remind students (and everyone) that we are all held accountable for the information that we communicate,” he said in the statement. “The [district] takes threats very seriously and we work closely with the HCSO to investigate them. We have stressed the concept that if staff or students hear or see something that concerns them, to please share that information with someone that can do something about it. In this situation, we witnessed this concept in action. This enables us to be proactive and respond to situations prior to an incident taking place." http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/14-year-old-girls-facing-felony-charges-in-alleged-plot-to-kidnap-and-kill-9/ar-BBW7g7u?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=HPCDHP
  23. With income like that plus her husbands, what's the point of committing fraud and ruining ur careers and life.
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