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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’

Badge, license to kill

Badge, license to kill

  Why Do Cops Who Shoot Unarmed People Get Their Guns Back? By Kevin Mathews  What happens to police officers who shoot unarmed citizens while on duty? More often than not, nothing. Even in the most egregious examples of misconduct and bad policing, officers are found not guilty in court (if they even stand trial in the first place) and are free to return to duty… re-armed to potentially cause more harm in the future. This pattern is a serious miscarriage of justice. By ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics, Chicago Style

  By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies in Loveland, participated this past weekend, in the largest gymnastic meet in the world. “Chicago Style,” in Chicago, Illinois. Over 4,ooo gymnasts participated from all over the country plus Mexico Bailie Holst, Level 10 Gymnast, won the All-Around title with a score of 36.825 in the 16yr. old Division. Holst placed 1st on Vault with a 9.5 and 1st on Beam with a 9.3. Holst also placed 3rd on Bars and 4th on Floor. Anisha ... Full Story

Obituary: Robert Raymond Corbett

Obituary: Robert Raymond Corbett

Robert Raymond Corbett, 78, of Berthoud died April 15, 2011 at his home. He was born March 20, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois to Vincent and Alice (Peacock) Corbett. On April 21, 1954 he married Arleen Korcz in Camden, South Carolina. Robert and Arlene lived in Carlisle, Iowa before moving to Berthoud. Robert received his BA in Mathematics from Inter American University in Puerto Rico. He served our country in the U.S. Air Force from 1950 to 1970 For the next two years after he served he worked ... Full Story

Longmont Humane Society saves dogs after heartbreaking

Longmont Humane Society saves dogs after heartbreaking tragedies

Two Chicago dogs, one abused and one the pet of a deceased Iraq War Vet get new start in Colorado Tuesday, December 28th, 2010: From a puppy Porgy endured nearly 2 years of abuse at the hands of his person. He was impounded at Chicago Animal Care & Control in May 2009 while police investigated his former owner for cruelty. During that time Chicago Court Case Dog Program tried to work with Porgy but the stress was too much. He began injuring himself by pushing against the bars ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics, Chicago Style

By Julee Graham Members of Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies  participated this past weekend, in the largest gymnastic meet in the world, “Chicago Style,” in Chicago, Illinois. Over 4,ooo gymnasts from all over the country plus Mexico participated in the competition. Here are the results for the local girls. Bailie Holst, Level 10 Gymnast, won the All-Around title with a score of 36.825 in the 16yr. old Division. Holst placed 1st on Vault with a 9.5 and 1st on Beam with a 9.3. ... Full Story

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