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Becky. Please actually read the article before you post comments.
First line- "Craig Police Department is warning local residents of a new scam in which scammers call posing as representatives of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General."
Last line-"Craig Police Department has not yet heard reports of this scam affecting Craig residents, but asks that they remain vigilant to this and all possible scam attempts."
The police dept is doing their job and being proactive by making everyone aware that there is a new scam being reported across the country.
The article is entirely "common sense."
This is ridiculous. The bridge was damaged back in 2014.
They have $68,000 to repair the bridge and get it back working.
Fix it!! "rebuilding the bridge is another issue and can take YEARS to get funding for it.
Commissioners- do your job!
If the courts need to contact you, a process server from the Sheriffs Office will knock on your door.
This is a great tool!! The technology on this aircraft is an adaptation of military equipment.
The plane itself is a Pilatus PC-12. One of the safest general aviation aircraft ever made. Designed and built in Switzerland: is well built, easy to maintain and very cost effective to fly. Despite its size it can land on shortest of paved runways and even grass fields.
Hayden should be proud of the the Vocational Training Program that has been built.
Across the country other schools have slashed or even eliminated similar programs. This has had far reaching consequences. Businesses have suffered from the lack of skilled labor. Projects are delayed or behind schedule due for the want of workers. In the rush to fill the gap, unskilled people are put to work. This is often less efficient as task s are slower to be completed or even done so poorly that work is done over to make it right. This also creates unsafe work environments that is bad for all involved.
The Hayden High School vocational program is one that should be emulated across the country. If this could be replicated all of our society would benefit.
Mr Kleckler has a passion for kids and idea of "honest blue collar work." That passion has been the biggest driving factor behind the size and scope and success of the program.
Mr Curtis is not withholding any information from the public.
For someone to withhold something they must first have the ability to release it.
The Family Educational Records Privacy Act (FERPA) says that the School cannot release such details.
The Editorial Board has insisted that Curtis break the law. This shows a certain amount of ignorance on their part, or a lack of maturity.
The first two choices here are a sign of human weakness. There is a third one: an axe to grind.
Reasonable folks would know that a school can't issue press releases about students.
A reasonable person would wait for the police report to be completed, then the details of the incident will become public record. Even then the names of individual students would be redacted.
On a personal note, I don't like bullies much. If the late Mr. Fejet were here; he would not be able (FERPA) to tell you that I was not allowed to corner a bully in the SE stairwell of the school when his buddies were not around and point out the error of his ways.
When I was a FB player under Mr Yester, hazing was filling a guys cleats with water before practice. Anything else was going to earn you and everybody else laps or hills.
Coach Yester taught us integrity by doing the right thing even when it hurt. My senior year we played our last game without six of our best players. They broke school policy in a big way while on the bus ride back from a game.The coach got some nasty phone calls over it. From the kids parents and from folks who think football is more important than ethics.
It did not matter who they were. They were not benched. They were off the team: lockers emptied, gear turned in.
I would say all of us benefited from it. the coaches, the offenders and the rest of the team not involved.
That is the purpose of school sports. A tool to create adults out of kids.
I do not know the details of this incident. I will trust that the school admin will deliver measured justice for those involved.
That is the reasonable thing to do.
Congrats to you Ms. DK!!
Enjoy your retirement!!
You earned it!!
" A former Student"
Class of 89
I am glad reasonable people were keep in leadership for the Fire Department.
I used to work for TMH. At that time they were a good employer. Back then The largest reason that TMH lost employees, (doctors don't count) is folks move away to other communities, and those moves are driven by the work demands of the employees spouse.
I am not sure what is going on today.
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