Her family was not a bowling family, MacLeod said, but during long summer days, her mother would drop the two girls off at the bowling alley. Would bowl three games and then call her to come pick us up when we were finished. In those days, you never even had to give second thought about whether it was safe or not.
It has been almost 19 years since the mass shooting in Columbine High School. That seems to be the starting point for this mass shooting madness, at least in a school setting. According to recent news reports, there have been 25 fatal school shootings in this country since that April day in 1999.
It’s like a see saw thing, He might go, he may not,’ ” Zolak said of Bledsoe, who hasn’t practiced in the days leading up to the Patriots’ past two games. I really thought I was pretty much going to play in the Buffalo game [Nov. 29] and then he was able to go, and that’s good for him.
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Inside Lacrosse’s 20th annual Recruiting Issue is now available digitally. Is it panic? Pressure? Concern? In College Park, it’s none of the above. It’s kind of just become the norm for Cathy Reese and her staff, who have captured three national championships since 2010 and runners up in the three others during that span..
“(Lazar) is a big piece of the puzzle, but he is a piece,” Salmond said. “He will come in here, hopefully, with a lot of confidence and a lot of experience of having been here last year. We expect him to be a leader, and we expect he is going to give our group a boost.”.
He is the quarterback of the No. 1 ranked scoring offense in the MW and No. 21 in the nation (38.2 points per game). Enabling a neighbourhood, a community, to break away from an existing municipality to form a new municipality is consistent with the Municipal Act’s principle of municipal governments being “responsible and accountable to the citizens they serve” As suggested in a previous column, elections assign responsibility, they do not foster accountability. Accountability is fostered by measures such as the Act’s provision for public votes (referendums). The democratic value of laws permitting referendums or the splitting of a municipality is not in the referendum or municipal splitting per se, it is in citizens having the power to act and make decisions on issues of major concern to citizens.