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9 June 2010
at 10:36 a.m.
So much for the “honor” system….They make personal monitoring devices for people on house arrest and those who are not supposed to drink.(think Hollywood starlets)..maybe they should have a proximity alarm on these inmates..if.they are more than a mile from where they should be, trip an alarm and stop them from just walking away. Too expensive you say. How much did it cost the police department in man hours to try to find him?
26 May 2010
at 11:17 a.m.
I agree this shouldn't have happened…but anyone who has kids knows, sometimes they can get away from you. Remember the little girl getting out of the house in the winter and walking in the snow near Steamboat until she had frostbite? This kind of thing happens. Most of the time the kid isn't taking a stroll next to a busy highway, just headed along the sidewalk..but yeah…..kids are sometimes pretty good escape artists.
27 October 2009
at 11:14 p.m.
I wonder if she wasn't traveling anywhere on the other side of the divide when they had a bunch of snow on the ground a couple days ago. Maybe there just isn't enough snow to ski yet and she'll show up when there is.
11 September 2009
at 12:29 a.m.
I think it is a good idea. I don't see much difference between an ATV and the scooters you see cruising around town. What are the legal requirements for those? Apply the same rules to a machine with 4 wheels instead of two.
9 September 2009
at 11:53 a.m.
I know it is illegal to harrass wildlife…but I think these city deer need just that to persuade them that there is some risk in being so close to people. You don't have to kill them to get the point across, but maybe a few bean bag rounds and firecrackers would do for starts. We better have DOW and or law enforcement or both do something, especially this time of year. The bucks are beginning to get a bit short-tempered and one of these days a bunch of kids going to school are going to come across that big ol' buck up by the sandrocks and he's not going to give ground.
21 August 2009
at 11:10 p.m.
All this complaining started apparently with one contractor deciding he didn't like the idea of proper sidewalks and drains, and maybe a new building that looks like a solid structure, not a pre-fab tin building. I see nothing wrong with expecting new buildings to look like somebody cared to build something that will be here for generations,…not the back lot of an industrial zone
13 July 2009
at 5:44 p.m.
Wow…it's amazing just how fast a discussion can deteriorate into a name calling…and yes bonnie, you did start the name calling, in the 8th of your postings…you called me sir…and said I was ignorant…wrong on both assumptions. Why didn't you have your dogs spayed or neutered…you said you took in a dog and didn't realize she was in heat. Was the baby daddy your male? If you are telling everyone here you are such a responsible dog owner…why haven't you neutered and or spayed…then you wouldn't have 11 pits. And if you have them all by choice…good luck…eventually you will need it.
10 July 2009
at 3:30 p.m.
eastsidebonnie….the ONLY provocation the dogs would have been justified in that kind of attack on a human is if Mr. G. on their property…kicking the crud out of their owner or something like that….the definition of a protective dog. However….they were running at large…not under the control of their owner, and dogs being dogs…..when they see something running…instinct kicks in and they will either follow it,…or grab it….that's just what they do. And since there was more than one dog…it becomes a pack…not something you want…especially if it is a dog capable of inflicting massive and perhaps fatal damage to whatever they are chasing!! Not the dogs fault…hmmm…what line did they cross when they attacked a human???
10 July 2009
at 9:19 a.m.
“Even little poodles can be mean. It's all in how they raise them” The main difference being, I suppose, is the potential damage two big dogs running at large can do. I completely agree with Mrs. Grabowski, the dog owner bears full responsibility for this attack,…as should any large breed dog owner under the same circumstance. And there shouldn't be the same three strike standard used anytime a dog, or dogs, is off the owners property and attacks someone. Once is one time too many.
18 June 2009
at 9:04 a.m.
I was under the apparently wrong impression, that the reason there was a spending limit in place for these kinds of elections, was to level the playing field….to keep somebody with deep pockets from over whelming other candidates with more ads…more posters…more little pins with their particular slogan..etc. So maybe Mr. Reina wasn't aware of the limit, and in his enthusiasm went a bit overboard…and Mr. Carwile messed up too….I doubt that either one would have been considered unable to perform the tasks of the position they were running for. Now we have yet again, another lawsuit, just to prove somebodys point…..how much is this going to cost us?
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