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Brown and Garner don't deserve to be listed with the officers. Brown was a drugged robber assaulting an officer. Garner had 31 arrests and was killed by his own bad health and insistence on fighting the law. These NYPD officers were serving in a community where the law abiding cry for more police. Brown and Garner were low life criminals. Any pretense of "an eye for an eye" is a mask for…
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never a good day when you find out the state is getting their hands in your Water Buffalo milk.
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With all due respect, Strawman... "Nothing has changed" because it's still way too easy for an obviously mentally-ill man with a long criminal history to get his hands on a deadly weapon in this country. "Nothing has changed" because access to basic mental-health care has been stigmatized and whittled away over the course of the past three decades. Yes, Al Sharpton IS an inflammatory self-aggrandizing…
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I like how we're legalizing one plant drug, but at the same time we're banning another. Pick a side already.
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When is County Market and Hy-Vee gonna get Water Buffalo milk?

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Storm Spotter course hosted at Culver-Stockton

9 months, 2 weeks ago from CSC

C-SC is hosting the class on Wednesday March 19

With tornado season quickly approaching, Culver-Stockton is offering training on the safe and correct response to severe weather.  C-SC is hosting a Storm Spotter class, Wednesday March 19, 2014 from 6:30 -8:30 p.m. in the Alexander Campbell Auditorium of the Performing Arts Center on campus. Jim Kramper from the National Weather Service in St Louis is conducting the class, which includes discussions regarding weather phenomena, storms and appropriate responses to severe weather. Emergency response personnel, members of the community, and students are invited to attend.

At the end of the course, participants may elect to register as Storm Spotters with the National Weather Service or to simply retain the information for personal interest and safety. Others may want to just view the presentation and become more familiar with severe storms, how to recognize them, and the appropriate precautions to consider.  Attendees should bring writing materials for program notes.

This event is offered every two years, and is free and open to the public. For more information, call Bob Sadler at (573) 406-2070 or email rsadler@culver.edu.

 


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