Crispo said a number of years ago a gentleman by the name of Peter Degruchy started to fix up the section of the graveyard that sits on his property. He cleared a section and kept the grounds up, and found some tombstones while working on the property. The area sitting within the neighbour’s property, the Carpenters, remained untouched, a request of Agnes, the daughter of the original property owners..

I know all the areas, maybe the OP would like to go to Ocean Ave, might have a different view of JC. How I describe JC is Central Ave. I have seen it change all these years. His research is revealing previously unknown information about where Ruby throated hummingbirds nest, how close together females build their nests, and how many seasons the nests remain in use. Dr. Pitts will present his research at the Festival..

One of the potential options we’re giving is to have the enforcement of that tanker ban be done jointly between the government and North Coast First Nations. There’s still some mistrust, understandably with North Coast residents on how sincere this bill will be enforced. It also fits in with reconciliation.

Tom Fisher, Indiana’s Solicitor General, was 8.22 seconds into the first point ofhis oral argument before the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals panel when he was interrupted by presiding Judge Richard Posner, a nominee of President Reagan. Rather than focus on whether states had the right to make their own laws on marriage, Posner asked a question that soon became a recurring theme why does Indiana allow same sex couples to adopt children but not to marry? Posner repeated the question time and again, and he also openly wondered whether children adopted by same sex couples would benefit if their parents were married. “If you allow same sex marriage, you’re going to have more adopters, right? It’s much cheaper to adopt a child if you’re married, because you get all these benefits from the state and federal government,” Posner said.”You are talking about prioritizing competing issues,” Fisher shot back.

With great sadness the family of Agnes (Toots) Keehn announces the passing of their beloved Mother and Grandmother, at the age of 84 years, on September 21, 2017. Toots was born and resided in Pincher Creek. She is survived by her children Michael Keehn, Chris (Kerry) Keehn and Michelle Ladouceur, her grandchildren CJ, Mikyla, Grace, Caiden, Miranda and Jasmin, and great granddaughter Kailie.

35 new corrections officers join 1,500 other officers, which is a paltry fraction of the 900 additional officers that are needed, said Renegar, a member of the House Committee on Public Safety. Have a serious situation with the morale of our DOC employees, and we can keep sticking our head in the sand over this problem. Need to put more money into salaries, so we can attract more applicants and retain more officers, said Condit, a member of the House Appropriations and Budget Subcommittee on Public Safety.