Monthly Archives: March 2005

Dangerous

My family and I were returning from an after church lunch today. As we were traveling down Jefferson Parkway, I observed a dark color vehicle with the trunk lid open and up. Inside the trunk was a person who looked … Continue reading

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Appreciation To Those Who Fight Winter Storms

It was necessary for me to go to St. Paul on Friday morning. Leaving early in the morning, the weather and the roads were manageable. By the time I left to return to Northfield, things were not so good coming … Continue reading

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Hot Reads – Continued

We wrapped up the final installment of the review of this year’s mysteries on St. Patrick’s Day. I appreciate everyone who stopped by to discuss The Devil’s Bed. I’ll look forward to next year’s event.

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Legislative Day In St. Paul

I went to the Capitol in St. Paul today (Tuesday) to attend the legislative information day sponsored by the Minnesota Chiefs of Police and the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association. We spent the better part of the morning listening to a number … Continue reading

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Discussion of The Devil’s Bed This Thursday

“…Moses moved faster than Bo had ever seen a man move. From his prone position, he delivered a powerful kick, and Bo’s leg buckled. Even as he went down, Bo tried to bring the Sig to bear on Moses, but … Continue reading

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Great Show

Yesterday (Sunday) our family went to the 6th Northfield High School Rock-n-Roll Revival. It’s a great time to hear songs from the past but to remind yourself how talented Northfield kids (and a few select adults) really are. It’s a … Continue reading

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Officer Memorial

Assistant SAC David Wilhelm of the United States Department of Homeland Security and Customs Enforcement was killed March 11th when he was shot and killed after being confronted by a suspect who had murdered Deputy Hoyt Teasely of the Fulton … Continue reading

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Officer Memorial

Deputy Sheriff James Alexander Burdette of the Anderson County, South Carolina Sheriff’s Office died on March 12th after being struck by a vehicle on March 11th. He is survived by his wife and two young daughters.

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March 17th and Safe Driving

St. Patrick’s Day is a great day that is often unfortunately marred b y the poor judgment of a few who choose to put others at risk by driving drunk. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has posted a number … Continue reading

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Officer Memorial

Sergeant Hoyt Teasely of the Fulton County, Georgia Sheriff’s Department was shot and killed on March 11th while a pursuing a suspect who had just murdered a Superior Court judge.

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