Our children, however, are not able to attend these events or ceremonies unless it is after school because they are required to attend classes, because most, if not all, of these events were during school hours.
Let me explain. It seems that Petit had gone to see a traveling circus performing in his town. During a break between acts, he wandered outside to visit the area where animals were caged and kept. In one cage lurked the massive bulk of a Bengal tiger. This formidable cat did not perform in the show, and no one had trained it to respect human beings.
I saw a variety of news reports from across the United States this week that I decided to share with the readers in Meth in the News. They are all difficult to believe for one reason or another, but almost nothing surprises me anymore when it comes to methamphetamine.
Well, it’s not exactly like fruit basket turnover, but it’s pretty close. The next few months will see big changes in not only who will be wearing black robes in the Caddo courts, but also in where, as in which courts. Without a scorecard, the average visitor to the Caddo Courthouse will probably not know in which court to find a particular judge.
hit. their home run “heavy hitters” used their power to generate baseball excitement in Atlanta. What was unique about this team is that they were also at or near the top of the league in strikeouts. Teams laden with heavy hitters have been known to strike out.
The results of a new study conducted by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) were released in late October 2013 (scoopsandiego. com). The report suggested a number of trends that may hold true for other parts of the United States, including the Ark-La-Tex, which is why I decided to review this study in this week’s Meth in the News column.
I agree with people that their lives need zest, variety and meaning. I lament, however, that they are attempting to remedy the problem by dumping in tons of the world’s spice that will only raise their spiritual cholesterol level and cause heart attack.
The invitation indicated that the event was a fund-raiser for “State Representative Patrick C. Williams, District 4.” An impressive video presentation reflected Williams as an active legislator in both Baton Rouge and Shreveport. And Williams playfully teased the crowd by announcing that “I am running” — and after a long pause — “in the Susan G.