“No individual or family should have to worry about the basic needs of food or shelter,” said Carol Jenkins Barnett, President of Publix Super Markets Charities. “I am honored our Foundation is continuing my father’s legacy of supporting the communities Publix serves. And I am so proud of our Publix associates for giving their time and talents to building houses and providing hope to those in need.”.
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In a rush to judgment Tuesday night, the Edmonds City Council assured us that we will be paying for another big lawsuit against our city. Wilson before the election, it is obvious what the true intent is. and hidden agendas ruled the evening. The gun control advocates at the Brady Campaign applauded Obama support for renewing the ban on assault weapons. “The overwhelming majority of Americans, including gun owners, understand that these kinds of military style weapons don’t belong on our streets and in our communities, and that stronger background checks don’t have anything to do with the Second Amendment,” said Brady Campaign President Dan Gross in astatement. And Gross chided Romney reluctance “to offer the leadership or solutions required to make our communities and children safer.”.
Mark Eugene Kuroczko January 6, 1957 January 4, 2017 The man wrote like Hemingway, smoked like Hunter S. Thompson, and loved like Lennon. He passed away at the ripe age of 59, on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, peacefully at home doing what he loved: writing.
“Proudest moment of 2015 is probably economic development and growth in the city of Madison. It’s really, if you look around the city of Madison we have businesses and growth happening all across Madison City but there’s two strategic corridors that were important to us for long term growth for the city of Madison. One’s at the County Line interchange, I 565 and County Line Road.
Joe Lafreniere is out of the hospital after his house caught on fire April 12, but he doesn’t have anywhere to go. The Ruckle resident has been left without a home and only the clothes on his back.”I was sitting on the couch watching TV when I saw flames coming through the sliding door,” he said. “I ran and filled up a big bucket a big soup pot of water and tried to put it out.”By that time the fire was too involved to be controlled, he stated, adding he doesn’t know why he wasn’t aware of the fire sooner.”It just took off,” he said.