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Lt. Schaffer retiring from Iowa State Patrol

MASON CITY, Iowa – Come Friday, Lt. Dan Schaffer will be retiring from Iowa State Patrol.

He’s been with ISP for 28 years, starting at the Mason City post in 2010. 25 more words

Iowa

Matz appointed IUSB police chief

By: JIM IRIZARRY
Staff Writer
jcirizar@iusb.edu

Kurt Matz’s career has come full circle. He started his law enforcement career in 1983 with the Indiana University Police Department at IU Northwest in Gary. 229 more words

News

A Blissful Variation of "Female in Love": Shroud of Roses by Gloria Ferris

One of my joys as a reader is to keep my pulse on the ever-changing female protagonist. Generally, I focus on the strengths of the female within the action and fantasy genres, but for this post, I’ll be looking at Bliss Moonbeam Cornwall, the female protagonist of Gloria Ferris’  2,030 more words

Book & Film Reviews

Chief Vows To Mediate After Police Union Threatens Boycott Over Kaepernick

SANTA CLARA (CBS/AP) — The Santa Clara police chief vowed Saturday to continue providing a safe environment at San Francisco home games after the union representing his officers threatened to boycott policing the stadium if the 49ers don’t discipline Colin Kaepernick for criticizing police and refusing to stand during the national anthem. 358 more words

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FIT@50 / week 76

FIT@50 / week 76
Not There:

I’m prompting Max to prep for bed. While it takes a little longer, he eventually gets there. I finally warned him with a stern wag of my finger to wrap up the tub time. 495 more words

Chief Of Police

FIT@50 / week 73

FIT@50 / week 73

Kinda Weird:

We came back to Louisiana for a few days while the kids were tucked away at summer camp. There were things left to do right before school resumed. 443 more words

Culture

Becoming Part of the Power (the story of my grandfather)

“As I looked around me as a boy—and I was looking for strong male characters—I just did not see enough of them in order to inspire me to just be what I wanted to be and that I was somebody,”  Leon Frazier recounted. 654 more words