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    I was picking on him or her first off. And maybe others don’t watch the news. So to assume everyone watches the news is not nice lmao. No but I totally understand it would suck dealing with hundreds of calls over the same situation lol
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    NASCAR returning to Jennerstown Speedway by Ryan Graffius Friday, October 18th 2019 AA Jennerstown Speedway Complex announced today that the NASCAR Whelen Modified series will be making a long-awaited return to the local track. (WJAC-Bill Hribar: Jennerstown GM)<p>{/ JENNERSTOWN, Pa (WJAC) — Jennerstown Speedway Complex announced Friday that the NASCAR Whelen Modified series will be making a long-awaited return to the local track. The series last raced at Jennerstown Speedway in 2006 and after years of growth and fan reemergence, track officials finally decided to contact NASCAR about returning. “We’ve been in communication with the tour for a couple years. In this sport, it's all about timing. We wanted to prove ourselves to the racing community and I think we did that last year and the timing is right and we’re glad to have NASCAR back at Jennerstown," said track complex GM Bill Hribar. This past season the track hosted four nationally televised events and expects to continue to do so in the future. The upcoming Whelen Modified race is scheduled for Saturday May 23rd, 2020 and a full schedule for Jennerstown will be released in the coming weeks. Hribar added that he is very thankful for the community's support as well as the support of the Laurel Highlands Travel and Tourism board to make these events happen and that the Speedway and its officials are excited about the upcoming season. Whelen Modifieds returning to Jennerstown (WJAC-Bill Hribar: Jennerstown GM) https://wjactv.com/news/local/nascar-returning-to-jennerstown-speedway
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    So much better to be single with dogs.
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    Gabapentin is abused as well. That and Lyrica are in the same class. They are abused a lot more than you would think they are. It's a sedative, has a lower addiction risk, but it produces the sedative effect and because it so widely prescribed it's fairly easy to get a hold of. Alcohol also increases it's effects. Prescription use of Gabapentin and Lyrica have skyrocketed in recent years.
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    Bon

    Elk Cam now streaming

    I read somewhere that the rut is over. Will the GC tell that to the elk that showed up this past week in Hollywood. Poor guy is by himself, starting about 11ish he starts his love call. “I’m h o r n y, horny, horny horny”. No other bulls answer, no cows come running. Hey there lonely boy, lonely boy...
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    I am not putting down the backpack program. I just think more needs to be done to find out why these kids are going home to no food. Is it because the parents can not afford food then get them a list of food banks and local organizations than can help or is it just plain neglect then the proper authorities need to be notified.
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    Teachers Published 5 hours ago Last Update 1 hour ago Tennessee teacher breaks down in tears after hungry student asks her for SpaghettiOs By Nicole Darrah | Fox News close Tennessee teacher cries in front of schoolchildren after hungry student asks her for SpaghettiOs A Tennessee elementary school teacher says she was brought to tears after a student 'so innocently talked about food, and the lack of it.' The teacher and her colleagues collected money to buy the child SpaghettiOs. A Tennessee teacher said she was brought to tears earlier this month when one of her students "so innocently talked about food, and the lack of it." Brooke Goins, a 21-year-old teacher at Jacksboro Elementary School, said the young student asked her "when the lady that puts food in his backpack was coming." The child was inquiring about the school's guidance counselor. Goins wrote in a Facebook post on Oct. 2 that the boy said the guidance counselor would give him food and "he was out of it at home and needed more." FLORIDA MAN PAYS OFF SCHOOL LUNCH DEBT FOR ENTIRE TOWN: 'CHILDREN SHOULDN'T LEARN HUNGRY' She wasn't sure of the counselor's schedule, as the school had a "short week," and she set off to figure out what food the boy liked so much. Brooke Goins, 21, said she was brought to tears when a hungry student asked her about food. (Brooke Goins) "I asked if it was the macaroni bowls or the crackers, he said no. I asked if it was the spaghetti o’s, he laughed and told me no that they didn’t have those," Goines wrote online. "Then it happened... he looked at me and said, 'those little o’s (as he made a small circle with his hand), we don’t have those at my house, but when I do have them they give me a warm belly and help me sleep.'" Goins said she "lost it" and "cried in front of 20 little people. No kid should ever be hungry, ever." So in an effort to help the boy, Goins texted a group of teachers — and they all "put our money together and made sure that this sweet baby had some spaghetti o’s!" The 21-year-old said she didn't publish her post to be praised, but wanted to note how much teachers care for their children. She explained that teachers often spend their own money on school supplies "to make sure that our kids have what they need to succeed," and on that day, it was food. "I want people to know that teachers are humans, we love your kids and want the very best for them. Some days we get frustrated and feel overwhelmed, but today we did what was best for a child. Will it show on a test score? Nope! Do we care? Nope!" Goins said that as a teacher, she experiences "a crazy rollercoaster of emotions ... but today it was worth every tear that fell to see him light up when that bag was put into his backpack!" Goins said her group of teacher pals has started a food pantry for the students of Jacksboro Elementary. Those looking to donate food or hygiene products can send them to: 164 Jacksboro Elementary School Road in Jacksboro, Tenn., zip code 37757, attention: food pantry. SEE VIDEO REPORT ; https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/tennessee-teacher-hungry-student-food
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    Sanibel

    Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie

    She is so sweet! I love that onesie!
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    Bon

    Meet my granddaughter Faith Marie

    Brandi took these last night when I was talking to her on the phone, it was on speaker. Faith was listening intently to Grandma & babbling right along with us. 😂
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    Yeah, lets get some more eating establishments in town, seems to be a priority here. I do not see things improving with the type of buisness's coming. Sure would be nice to have an old fashioned department store
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    The student didn’t have food at home. The teachers bought him some so he would have a warm tummy to help him sleep.
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    No student should be without a meal in school, regardless of income.....
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    LFG

    And awaaayyy we go

    You would think I'd be thrilled with a big win over #3, huh? You know what that means, though? Muschamp bought himself another year Congrats against Iowa, BTW Please don't blow it against Michigan. I really want to see an unbeaten PSU/OSU matchup, then I want to see if either of you can hang with Wisconsin. I'm really hoping for an unbeaten Big10 champ to face an unbeaten Bama/LSU
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    jaman

    And awaaayyy we go

    Muschamp after the last 2 weeks is good for 2 more years
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    LFG

    Leaves

    If he's that aggressive, chances are he's pretty, um, fatherly This may be more than you want to get into, but when your girls start laying regularly again, take them over there and put them in a 10x10 enclosure with him for a week. They store his daddy stuff in a sac for up to a week after mating. That would give you two weeks worth of eggs that would have incubation potential
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    sapphire

    Elk Cam now streaming

    Tonight is the last night for this elk cam for the season. Going dark at 8-ish.
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