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I understand that you may have had some trouble in town in the past. Number one - hold your head up and be positive and confident, if you really have learned your lesson and grown up and moved on people will see that. Number two - use spellcheck, and have someone proofread your resume and job applications, if English is not your strong point, say so in your interview and highlight what you are good at. Number three - take what you can get, even if you are offered a job that is not as desirable as you would like, take it and make the best of it and keep looking it is always easier to find a job when you have one. I think that you are stuck in the negative, I am not saying that what you say isn't true, but it will not help you in any way to stay stuck in that mentality. Buck up and be positive! Everybody wants to work with positive people and it shows if you have it!!
Per an editorial in Daily press his name is being withheld until sentencing Aug. 7th
Ah you are right metoo, he did plead guilty so yes where is his name??
Since he hasn't formally entered his plea in Court, only reached an agreement, his name is still being withheld. At any rate, the victims are most likely the ones being protected since this is such a small town everyone knows who's who and would be hard for a child to have to live with that being out there... however, I am sure once he is convicted they will release his name.
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