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    Maybe think of our Veterans and homeless first. This is a lot of B.S. just to buy votes.....and America just stands by and watches this $HIT happen. Convicts and illegals shouldn't be allowed to vote. Simply amazing!
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    DuBois City Police Proud to announce delivery of first of several Armored Vehicles LOCAL NEWS by: James Trickoski Posted: Apr 1, 2021 / 11:13 AM EDT / CLEARFIELD COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) Today, the DuBois City Police Department has received the first of three armored "MRAP" vehicles for the department use. "We are pleased to announce that the first fully armored patrol unit has arrived!" Said Police Chief Blaine Clark. "We are very excited to add an armored capability to the DuBois City arsenal." City Manager Herm Suplizio said of the new vehicle: "Its something the police department has needed for a long time...It's been a long time coming" When asked about the plans for the vehicle, Clark provided the following thoughts: "Well, first and foremost, its about the community. Once all three have been outfitted with lights and sirens, the vehicles will be used for patrolling the more dangerous neighborhoods as well as the "High Crime Areas" such as the Tannery Dam, Showers Field and the City Park. We also plan to use them extensively during Community Days for clearing the parade route of illegally parked vehicles." Clark and Officers with the City's first MRAP patrol vehicle Members of the community are very excited about the new vehicles as well. A local gas station manager, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said of the new fleet: "I'm looking forward to the economic benefit the community will be seeing with the introduction of these new vehicles. At 1/3 mile to the gallon coupled with a 200 gallon fuel tank, we expect to see some rather substantial gas purchases by the City. The tires also cost about $1900 apiece and wear out pretty quick, so there's that too...a lot of good stuff!" The MRAP, a Military "Mine Resistant April Phools" vehicle is used extensively in Iraq and Afghanistan. Once the military is finished with them, they are sometimes made available to police departments who need a little extra protection. The vehicles acquired by the DuBois City Police Department were provided by the US Army and shipped directly from overseas. "It was a sound investment" Said Mayor Walsh of the vehicles. "It cost the City about $42,000 apiece to ship them by boat from overseas, but we feel that the community deserves the best!" At a top speed of 28 miles per hour, they won't see a lot of use in traffic enforcement, but they may be used to enforce many parking laws around the city. "They do alright on the City streets." said one DuBois Officer who was recently trained to drive the new vehicles. "It gets a little dicey on some of the narrow streets, especially the one way streets with on street parking. The good news is that most obstacles can be either driven over or around."
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    The True Great Awakening!

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    Really? She buys a device for her baby's room that is able to be connected to and it's someone else's fault? Why does a baby need a bluetooth music player anyway? It's like the people with the nanny cams getting hacked into, they know the risk. People need to use their heads when it comes to technology. Why the need to contact media about this? People really are losing their minds.
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    I'm probably in the minority. I think what he did was far from heroic. It was reckless. I think he should be charged as well.
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    Where is Hunter?????

    Looks like NPR got caught trying to protect this scumbag and his daddy. The unified corruption to protect these criminals is non stop. Once again, your being used people.
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    DuBois to get Surplus Armored Vehicle?

    The Police department just made a post on Facebook about this!! Sounds like someone may have taken it seriously.
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    Trump's Return

    I'm planting for the BUDS Gardeners plant sale on June 6-7. We have a very large selection of plants which haven't even gone in to the soil yet, so hang back a little. Get your area ready to go. Lay down cardboard where you intend to make your garden and hold it down very well with bricks or boards. You don't have to till it or even turn it over. Toss all of your scraps onto it till the middle of May and then I'll help you get the rest of it done right in time to pop plants into the soil safely. Follow the directions and you'll have one of the easiest and most productive gardens you've ever imagined. In the mean time, go to DuBois Feeds or Agways a pick up Penn State Soil test kit. It's $9. Get it sent in asap and then you can collect soil amendments to add on top of the cardboard mid May. Ask your neighbors for their scraps too. Be sure to cover the scraps with old potting soil, nice soil from another location on your property, or very old wood chips. You can add 6-8 inches of materials on top of the cardboard. This is what I do as a Master Gardener, so I don't intend to screw up! My job is to teach people how to grow easier and more efficiently. I just got done getting 195 plants into handmade paper pots, which will be added to the others in the greenhouse tomorrow. Tomatoes and peppers will be going in next. I'll add a list to the Gardening and Nature topic below so anyone who wants to reserve plants can do so. These plants are grown organically and right here in our homes. We've been doing this for many years and you can usually find people who will vouch for the quality of our plants. All plants are had for a donation.
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    DuBois to get Surplus Armored Vehicle?

    The MRAP, a Military "Mine Resistant April Phools" vehicle. Gotta love a news release like this on April 1🤣
  11. 1 point

    Its Been Awhile........

    Mr. Larkin. He did my wedding back in '06. Good guy.
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    The True Great Awakening!

    How To Hack Votes LOW TECH STYLE by using Eyeballs! Listen to this folks!
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    You are here: Home » News Local News Punxsy Teen Accused of Forcing 12-Year-Old to Perform Sex Acts at Local Park April 2, 2021 12:40 am· Author: Aly Delp BIG RUN BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – Felony rape and related charges have been filed against a Punxsutawney teen who allegedly forced a 12-year-old to perform sex acts at a local park. Court documents indicate 19-year-old Tristan Michael Fleming was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge David B. Inzana at 11:00 a.m. on March 31, on the following charges: – Rape of Child, Felony 1 – Aggravated Indecent Assault – Comp. Less Than 13 Years Old, Felony 2 – Corruption Of Minors – Defendant Age 18 or Above, Felony 3 – Indecent Assault Person Less than 13 Years of Age, Misdemeanor 1 He remains free on $10,000.00 unsecured bail. The charges stem from an incident that occurred at a park in Big Run Borough, Jefferson County. According to a criminal complaint, around 1:41 p.m. on March 11, a forensic interview was performed on a known 12-year-old victim. The victim stated that Tristan Michael Fleming had forced himself on her at the park in Big Run. The victim said after meeting Fleming at the park, Fleming had contacted her through Facebook and then Snapchat and had asked for “inappropriate things.” The victim also noted that she had told Fleming her age. According to the complaint, the victim reported Fleming asked if she “wanted to do it” repeatedly, and the victim answered, “no,” but Fleming “kept trying.” The victim said at another time, she performed oral sex on Fleming. The victim also reported Fleming had his hand down her pants. Police interviewed Fleming on March 24. During the interview, Fleming reportedly admitted that he did “hang out” with the victim at the park and said, “We did mess around a little bit.” He told police, “We kissed each other. We did something else.” According to the complaint, Fleming admitted to putting his hands down the victim’s pants and touching the victim’s genitals. He also admitted that the victim performed oral sex on him but said, “I never made her do anything.” The complaint notes Fleming stated he thought the victim was 13 years old. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on April 27, with Judge Inzana presiding. EDITOR’S NOTE 1: Extreme graphic details were not included due to the sexual nature of the alleged crimes. EDITOR’S NOTE 2: Several details were removed from this article to help protect the identity of the victim.
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    The True Great Awakening!

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    PSP: Cambria Co. Girl Scout troop leader charged for stealing over $13K from troop by WJAC staff Thursday, March 25th 2021 AA Girl scout cookies (WJAC) CAMBRIA CO, Pa (WJAC) — According to a criminal complaint, a Cambria County Girl Scout troop leader has been charged, accused of stealing over $13,000 from two local troops. Investigators say in October of 2020, the Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania reported a possible "misuse of funds" within two of its troops. Upon further investigation, state police learned that 49-year-old Barbara George, of Lilly, had used troop debit cards to make personal purchases and had failed to deposit troop proceeds from fundraisers. Following an audit of the troops' finances, investigators say George spent over $5,000 in funds using troop debit cards and failed to deposit nearly $8,500 in fundraiser money. Troopers also say that George initially provided false bank records when the audit was requested. George faces charges of theft and record tampering, according to court documents. She is currently out on unsecured bail and her preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 31st. https://wjactv.com/news/local/psp-cambria-co-girl-scout-troop-leader-charged-for-stealing-over-13k-from-troop
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