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Are there ways to protect yourself from criminals attempting to access your personal information?
An ankle bracelet may be your required fashion choice in 2012 if you are either a repeat substance abuser or high-risk sex offender.
“Don’t drink and drive.”
We’re inundated with that message on the tube, radio, cyberspace and in our last column.
Advances in technology are continually altering industry throughout the world and the cattle business is no exception.
Does the fear of experiencing a road-side vehicle check hamstring your social life?
You’ve brought in the hoses, packed away the rakes, wheel barrels and watering cans and have the snow shovel leaning by the back door.
“He was at least six feet tall. A baby bonnet hugged his bushy blonde hair and he weighed in at, must have been around 180 pounds."
Saltines? Apples? Both are divine to a bear.
Do you grow apples, pears and plums? How about cherries, apricots or peaches? Do not feed the bears.
Children have been away from a vigilant routine for two months and drivers have had the same time to disregard school zones.
“If there is something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call?”
Is fear of lawsuits and management’s scrutinization the motivation behind the decline of some police agencies use of Tasers? Management’s micro-analysis appears to have begun with the Braidwood commission’s conclusion in June 2010 that, “The use of the conducted energy weapon (Taser) on Robert Dziekanski (2007 death at Vancouver Airport) was not justified.”
Is it a cabin or a cottage? Rural Crime Watch explains how to protect yourself from thieves.
The sun is out, temperatures are hovering in the plus-double digits, the roads are dry and fast, and kids are back in school for the push to the June finish line.
“Children will listen. Children will look to you for which way to turn, to learn what to be,” (Barbra Streisand).