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  • Vandalism with guns
    Exclusive: It’s not just weather that could burn recreational shooters
    While the Seattle Times is talking about the continuing heat wave this weekend, there’s a storm brewing on the horizon for recreational shooters at a popular northeast Pierce County shooting spot, and slobs with guns are a big part of the...
  • 30 cars scratched on same street 7/29/15
    Police release video of man who scratched thirty cars on the same street in NY
    Police have released a video of the man who scratched thirty cars on the same street in NY Wednesday morning. The suspect was captured on video by a security camera on one of the homes on Cameo Drive in Massapequa, NY. The footage shows a lone,...
  • Bill seeks special protection for national park property from crime
    Bill seeks special protection for national park property from crime
    Evidently, our national parks are not protected from harm well enough by law. Or so one representative thinks. And he is not worrying about environmental decline, forest fires, the maintenance backlog or general neglect and disrepair. He's...
  • Confederate Flag Controversy
    St. Louis Confederate monument in Forest Park vandalized
    In Forest Park, apparently there is a Confederate monument and it has been vandalized although sadly this type of incident should have been predicted with all of the news lately over the Confederate flag by some Southerners. Reportedly, just...
  • Bruce Miller
    Report: Bruce Miller charged with misdemeanor vandalism
    San Francisco 49ers FB Bruce Miller has been charged with misdemeanor vandalism, according to the Santa Clara District Attorney's office. He was originally arrested for spousal battery.“The 49ers organization is aware of today’s...
  • Misinformation
    How to spread misinformation on Wikipedia
    Imagine it's 1918. World War One has drawn to a close in Europe. The city of Cleveland founded its own orchestra. And over in Japan, the Sagami Railway is nearing completion of its first section of track, and soon its rail cars will be...
  • Dieseltec
    Gay rights supporter to Christian business owner: Invest in bulletproof vests
    On Wednesday, USA Today reported that Dieseltec, a shop in Grandville, Michigan owned by Brian Klawiter, a Christian who does not support gay marriage, was targeted with vandalism and death threats from gay rights supporters. Klawiter played some...
  • Racism
    'Whites Only' messages on Austin businesses causes outrage
    Stickers reading “Exclusively For White People” have been plastered on at least six businesses in Austin, Texas. The anonymous act of posting the racist messages has caused grave concerns among Texas politicians, Texas residents, and...
  • Elias Henry Brodie
    History of the Valley: Luper Cemetery
    Cemeteries in Eugene hold so much of our historical beginnings. The Luper cemetery is no exception.Driving north on River Road, the small cemetery lies off of West Beacon Drive, among farmland and freshly erected homes. This beautiful farmland is...
  • Scene at apartment
    Muslim student victimized, told ‘Shut the f*ck up’ ... because he’s conservative
    Ahh, the party of tolerance and civility strikes again! This time, liberal antagonists at theUniversity of Michigan had to decide which was more important to them: their blind defense of all things Muslim or their hatred of conservatives.It...
  • Ferguson erupts into chaos
    Ferguson erupts into chaos
    While riots erupted in Ferguson, Megyn Kelly criticized Al Sharpton for giving the protesters "misinformation after misinformation", adding that she didn't know "if those protesters know what the testimony was." Here's...
  • Branch on trail
    Pitch-in and help keep our trails clear
    We are blessed with many parks, trails, walking paths and rail-trails in the Lehigh Valley. Trails are usually maintained by township, city, county and state workers, and sometimes with the help of volunteer groups. Many of these trails pass...
  • Halloween
    Vandalism on Halloween is a crime
    While the days surrounding Halloween may seem like the perfect time to have some fun by playing pranks on neighbors or friends, it's good to keep in mind that some of these activities cross the line. The popular activity of throwing eggs at...
  • Vandalism in National Parks
    Graffiti artist Casey Nocket named a suspect in national park vandalism cases
    According to Modern Hiker, 21-year-old Casey Nocket recently traveled from her home in New York for a several-week-long vacation through many of the western national parks. Operating under the social media nickname “Creepytings,”...
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    If you tell a lie and keep repeating it
    Stop Saying SUNY Students Didn’t Cause any Damage Saturday Night.If one more person tells me that the SUNY Brockport students didn’t cause any damage Saturday night, I’m going to scream.This morning it was a village trustee who...
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