“This is the first year that we’re letting people buy their own helmets,” he said. “What we’re trying to do is, we’re offering our parents a chance to buy the helmets, and I’ll do the recertification. But they get to keep the helmet when they graduate if the parent buys it.
Editor’s Notes: I was so impressed with the way that Daniel Chase runs his business that I could not resist getting Kerry to do a story on him and his business. In today’s world, finding people to do what they say is rare. For a young man to accomplish so much in such a short time is something to be commended for.
A local group is taking a stand along with a number of Christian organizations nationwide who are up in arms over a new television series set to debut this week on Adult Swim, an adult-oriented network that shares a block of airtime on Cartoon Network.
This year’s recipients included Reps. Jeff Thompson of Benton, Chris Broadwater of Hammond and Chuck Kleckley of Lake Charles and Sen. Neil Riser of Columbia. Rep. Kleckley is the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
“I took art in school. I’ve always had a passion for art,” Jones said. She came to the Bossier Arts Council via her work with the Academy of Children’s Theater working the box office. “I just kind of fell in love with the arts council and everything it does,” she said.
In addition to assisting the media, how can he help the public in his new position? “Just, like, doing what Marcus is doing. What’s going to happen is, because we’ve got two PIOs right now, we can start giving out more releases, more information because instead of one guy, there’s two guys who will be able to help a lot more … for information.
During the Caddo Sheriff’s Office’s Children’s CSI Camp held at Sheriff’s Safety Town, local 11– and 12-year-olds learned about the jobs of officers and deputies and how crime scenes are analyzed. One of the first things they learn is that crimes are not solved within an hour like on some television shows.
According to Col. Edward Ford, Air Force Global Strike Command personnel director, “As part of an Air Force plan to create efficiencies by deactivating and realigning organizations at Headquarters Air Force, major commands, numbered air forces and...
“Somebody mentioned that I had been in the house, so they took me over to a medic unit to check me,” he said. After he was examined, it was determined that Menefee did not have enough oxygen in his system, so he was transported to the emergency room. He was released several hours later.