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Gratitude on a Plate

Each May graduates are cheered as they walked across stages and mothers toasted over family brunches. However, there is another special group who touches all our lives that is honored this month, but receives far less fanfare – the men and women who serve in law enforcement. 624 more words

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Terrific News Tuesday!

You won’t find any griping or complaining today – just some terrific news – which for this week is being called Terrific News Tuesday (TNT). 625 more words

Veterans

President Obama: “We Can Work Harder To Heal The Rifts” Between Police & Citizens

President Barack Obama encouraged the nation to work harder to heal rifts between police and citizens during a Friday ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in honor of fallen police officers. 259 more words

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President Obama: “We Can Work Harder To Heal The Rifts” Between Police & Citizens

President Barack Obama encouraged the nation to work harder to heal rifts between police and citizens during a Friday ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in honor of fallen police officers. 259 more words

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President Obama: “We Can Work Harder To Heal The Rifts” Between Police & Citizens

President Barack Obama encouraged the nation to work harder to heal rifts between police and citizens during a Friday ceremony at the U.S. Capitol in honor of fallen police officers. 259 more words

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NATIONAL POLICE WEEK

While growing up in the 60s in Columbus, Ohio, I didn’t talk to strangers about my dad, Glade Reeder, who was a policeman because they were being called “pigs” in my world, and I didn’t want to be known as the “pig’s daughter.” 342 more words

Glade Reeder

This Week In Pictures [May 17, 2015]

BW shares a pictorial review of the past week in Mount Vernon. We often take many pictures we don’t get to use in stories, so occasionally we will post a week or month in review, pictorially speaking. 216 more words

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