The Indians did the double on Thursday, sweeping the boys and girls Lake Country Conference tournaments. Plainview boys beat Sulphur 307 322, placing four players in the top five, while the girls team was seven strokes better than defending Class 3A state championWill Roberts shot a second place 76 at Purcell Golf Course, three shots behind individual champion Preston Lovett of Tishomingo (73). Plainview Haden Coffey, Brendan Atencio and Trae Wilkins filled out the top 5, each shooting a 77..
Forced to live in cramped cages and never seeing the light of day. This is how we treat man best friend? Come on people. The only problem with rescue dogs is the treatment they are given by prior owners. Life is too short to be small Benjamin Disraeli No one thought to bring Kleenex . And so there we sat, faces wet with unexpected tears, blinking hard and not looking at one another. It didn’t start off as a promising speech, much less an emotional one. The speaker had a generic name: Dave Browne.
The camp is indoor and all the necessities you would normally bring camping are inside the school library. Read a lot of books in tents, one student said. The school near Shickshinny is participating in Camp Read A Lot a way to get students to start picking up more books.
“The people in this village are the toughest people I have ever met. Even during the great famine of the 1960s, most of these people survived. Yet the last few years they had unprecedented difficulties with developers and the village officials sold land from the people.
Beyond the institute mandate to consult industry, First Nations and municipal leaders on development strategies, Cirtwill intends to create issue specific democratic structures. In some instances, that will involve standing citizen panels. In others, it will involve developing communications technologies similar to Moncton, New Brunswick, where feedback on issues of municipal governance can be consolidated and delivered in real time.
Yeah, in spite of the explinations of the City, I quite skeptical of this sort of move many of the trees in the townsite area are at this stage you have documented evidence of this being the case for the exact trees that were removed here, this point is pretty moot. Just sayin any case, I feel that proper utilization and encouragement of green space is key to the continued renewal and revitalization of Corner Brook. We got so many positive groups and initiatives that work to encourage such space and overall positive actions for the environment so to see this sort of thing happen, it is both counter to these acts and truly saddening..