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How much more explanation is needed...he killed her, cut her up and buried her on his property. If he is still claiming "self defense", he is barking up the wrong tree. Dismemberment and burial of dismembered body parts IS NOT self defense, that's premeditated murder, he knew exactly what he was doing.
Put him away and get on with it, stop wasting our money on an already convicted murderer.
Way to go Mason. You sure know how to make a guy feel old:)
I watched the game and thought to myself when I saw you run "damn, that kid grew up fast".
Keep on em' Mason, kick some tail this year. Team is looking real good so far.
One of the intersections of concern has got to be where Legion Street meets Highway 40. The retaining wall(with it's associated shrubbery) forces you to get very close to the highway in order to see westbound traffic. Been that way as long as I can remember, surprised there has not been a major incident at that corner.
Congratulations Michelle, job well done!!
Same problem with kids driving cars, they do not pay attention...at all. There is no safety cage around an ATV as there is in an automobile so the fatality rate jumps significantly.
Besides, a drivers license is just a piece of paper, how does that prevent the ten year olds from doing it, they are doing it right now and nothing is being done about it.
Safety wise this would not be a good move for Craig.
I grew up right in the middle of town, and we had squirrels in every huge cottonwood tree out front along with doves cooing in the morning and cats yowling all night...and yes, the occasional deer would stroll through. That was around 1968-1980, nowadays in the same area I am sure they see bigger numbers of deer and squirrels, but they have always been there.
The bow hunting idea is a very doable solution that I could agree with, keep it safe and professional, I also like the idea of donating the meat. I would hope to see rigorous testing of the "hunters" to assure competency and high skill, not just anyone should be allowed to do this, pro's only.
"Craig is such a small town that it should encourage walking and bicycling not more noisy, smelly machines."
I could not agree more, Craig is less than 2 miles in any direction from it's center, therefore there is no excuse to not ride a bike or walk.
IMO, this is an unnecessary addition to already hazardous Craig city streets...cars, trucks, semi's, bicyclists, motorbikes, skateboarders, deer, squirrels, kids...and now you want ATV's? The other poster was right, might as well throw golf carts in the mix too. I'd go for that over ATV's, they are way more visible and travel much slower.
If this happens, I would hope some sort of requirements would be put into place(there seems to be none at the moment), ten year old's screaming around Craig helmetless on a machine four times their size and 300#'s heavier...in flip-flops, is kind of un-nerving to me.
For some reason that link did not work. Just remove part of it and make it read:
Follow the "adoption" prompts to copy necessary forms.
How about including the vehicles that roam our town that have the music up so loud I can hear it indoors with my TV up and the kid yelling? The bass so strong it rattles windows?
We don't have any concerts or events that would warrant an ordinance like this but we DO have the inconsiderate people who drive up and down the streets at 0400 with the mariachi alarm clock. I'd rather see an ordinance against that.
Good question... our new Honda did not come with one, or a lighter either. Maybe it's their way of getting people to stop voluntarily killing themselves. Our family does not need one anyway and I don't think putting them in will stop the foolish ones from flicking them all over the roadway.
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