The city of tupelo continues to grow and expand. Which means more people out on the city roads. The mississippi department of transportation says they are making some safety changes. That’s when I realized that this movement isn’t just about politics, it isn’t just about legislation or anger with the government. It’s anger with the status quo, anger at what’s happening in our communities, what’s happening in our towns, our communities and our families. It is about changing everything.
As you conduct business during your budget year you should compare your actual income and spending with what you estimated. This will allow you to manage your spending so that you don’t over spend and cut into or eliminate your profits. You will also be able to see if sales have met expectations in order to cover expenses and still remain profitable..
Participants from Hillsboro are; Logan Hester and Austin Goolsby in the boys long jump, Mark Gallimore and Goolsby in the boys pole vault, Quinn Conlon and Chayce Watson in the boys 110 meter hurdles, Logan Hester in the boys 100 meter dash, the boys 4 relay team, the boys 4 relay team, Ben Sowders and Nathan Spencer in the boys 1600 meter run, the boys 4 relay team, Tyler Workman and Rory Foley in the boys 400 meter dash, Conlon and Watson in the boys 300 meter hurdles, Britton Haines and Alexander in the boys 800 meter run, Logan Hester in the boys 200 meter dash, the boys 4 relay team, and Draven Stodgel and Kole Maynard in the boys discus throw. The Hillsboro Lady Indians who compete at the Div. I level are scheduled to compete on Thursday in Marietta..
Summer weather is early this year, so, here is a reminder about sun exposure and what we really need to be careful about. In the past, sun was used in European clinics, using controlled amounts to cure diseases such as tuberculosis and heal wounds. Since the 60’s, we have been warned about sunbathing causing skin cancer, and wearing sunglasses to prevent sun damage.
“We met here in Fort William First Nation about three weeks ago to discuss the results of the (Emergency Chiefs Meeting on Education) that our chiefs had at DFC (Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High School) at the beginning of July to look for ways to improve student safety in Thunder Bay,” Fiddler says. “We agreed that this was the way to go and our staff from our offices have been working on this since that time. I think it is a significant step forward towards addressing the concerns that have been expressed by our students and families for the last few months.”.