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Man arrested for alleged break-in and other Lincoln Park police briefs – thenewsherald.com

10:41 p.m. A 31-year-old Onalaska man was arrested on Hwy. 16 at French Road for drunken driving (BAC .17 percent). He was pulled over after he tailgated the squad car and then passed the squad car at a high rate of speed. Saturday, June 28 2:15 a.m. A 54-year-old Onalaska man was arrested on Second Avenue South at Main Street for drunken driving (BAC 0.11) after being pulled over for speeding. 3:10 a.m.
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Burglars break through roof, burrow through walls on Bell Road – WKRN News 2

June 29. He discovered large fireworks beneath the window. Continued…
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How can you help? Wish list from local nonprofit organizations, July 6

“This is an organized response in the community to stop shooting in the streets,” says Executive Director Nancy Robinson. Robinson wants to establish a program in Oakland and has met with Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley. The U.S. Department of Justice awarded the organization $50,000 and Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley, a big advocate, donated another $5,000. Yet the question is, how does a program like this measure results? How do you know when a woman has decided not to hide a gun? David Hemenway, a professor of public health policy at the Harvard School of Public Health, a leading national firearms expert, is on the Citizens for Safety board.
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Paradise Pool & Spa

Wish list: Travel-size striped or green-colored toothpaste Cups (non-Styrofoam and recyclable) Snacks for workshops: Peanut butter and crackers or cheese and crackers 65# or 67# natural parchment card stock from Office Depot 65# and 110# white card stock 65# and 110# card stock, white and assorted pastel or bright colors Colored and white printer paper Small, medium or large binder clips Paper clips Polished river rocks, medium size, assorted colors Printer ink: HP Office Jet 6500 Ink, 920 XL Black, Magenta, Yellow, and Cyan Stylus Photo 2200, Matte black #T0348, Light Black #T0347, Cyan #T0342, Light Cyan #T0345, Magenta #T0343, Light Magenta #T0346, Yellow #T0344 Brother HL-5730 DW Series toner, TN650 high yield toner Brother MFC-6890CDW printer ink, LC65HYBK Black, LC65HYC Cyan, LC65HYM Magenta, LC65HYY Yellow 35 carpet squares, approximately 20 inches by 30 inches Two wireless microphones Gift cards to Office Depot, OfficeMax, Hobby Lobby Duplicating and laminating services Accountant services Quickbooks knowledge helpful Locations to hold workshops (minimum space 36 feet by 24 feet) Volunteers Assistant facilitators, office, special event Board directors Legal services Donation for a class, school or workshop. To make a tax-deductible donation, to volunteer or to learn more, contact Sue Hollow at 262-939-1285 or email [email protected] Love and Charity Mission Musical instruments (besides drums and guitars) Two microphones with stands Music speakers Tables and matching chairs for the dining room Help is needed to give Love and Charity a fresh new look. Lets come together and help 75-year-old Louise Hunter give the shelter a facelift. There is plumbing, electrical and remodeling work to be done on the inside, in the areas including the sanctuary, the rooms for the homeless men, women and families, the bathrooms, kitchen and the dining room. Eventually the outside of the building will need a facelift, also. Donations for building materials are needed, along with your skill and expertise for those who wish to volunteer.
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Drummond: Gun violence prevention program targets women – ContraCostaTimes.com

Unfortunately for the burglars, the owners were inside along with their beloved German Shepherd named Penny. I guess they were getting ready to knock the wall back there when I heard it, said Barbara Starkey, the owners wife. So she starts barking and going in circles. I know something is wrong. She called 911 immediately while her husband prepared to handle the situation himself. My husband was trying to get his gun. I called him Barney Fife.
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