Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsFond du Lac Police have identified the boys who approached an 11 year old girl late Wednesday morning and offered her candy. The girl was walking in the area of Willsher Drive and Wakefield Avenue when a mini van pulled up and a teenage boy opened a side door and offered her the candy. Assistant Police Chief Steve Klein says a parent of one of the three boys called them Wednesday night after hearing about the incident.
The Sound posted a 12 9 victory over the Storm in the teams’ first meeting. Once again, Long Island’s stellar defense will seek to limit Treanor and company, who have reached 14 points in every other game this season. Boston’s offense will need to find its rhythm early against Wills to stand a chance of knocking off the undefeated Sound, who are coming off their best overall performance of the season.
Thursday. Mira Sorvino and Spike Lee shared a seat and gossiped like high school buddies on Wednesday night at Ray Ban’s Never Hide party at Guastavino’s. Former “Full House” child star Jodie Sweetin is out of rehab after a stint battling a crystal meth addiction.
Police in Elk County are investigating dozens of car windows that were shot out Wednesday night. There has been over 20 reports in St. Mary’s, Johnsonburg and Wilcox. 15 in Sausalito, Calif., where he was receiving hospice care at the home of a friend, said his son Kevin. He had been in declining health for several years. For the first festival, which was held in North Hollywood, the couple enlisted fellow improvisational actors, craftsmen and others who dressed in their best approximation of Elizabethan era costumes and intermingled with visitors..
That a big part of it. It less maintenance when they understand what going on. They know there going to be a new coach. Adashun Jones used virtual goggles to show some of their properties. On Sheboygan Street there was a car show. That where we found Jeff Ziegler of Fond du Lac who restored a green 1970 Nova.
It is not possible to test these theories thoroughly because since mid Victorian times Spurn has been kept in place by artificial coastal defences. For centuries Spurn was owned by the Constable family, the Seigniors of Holderness, who lived at Burton Constable. When the War Office wished to establish Spurn Fort to protect the Humber in World War I, it leased the peninsula from the Constables, and in 1925 the War Office bought it from the Constables by compulsory purchase..