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2023.06.09 16:14 jugglesensual First degree murder conviction almost seems too light

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2023.06.09 11:29 762dreams The A&E’s “60 days in” shows viewers life in Pitt County jail

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2023.06.09 07:09 ThrowAway7s2 "A well organized Girl Scout weekend at Cuesta" from the May 29, 1973 Door County Advocate

A well organized Girl Scout weekend at Cuesta

Pop and Popcorn. Julaine Jeanquart, Patty Baudhuin, Mrs. David Marsh, Jackie LaVine, Teresa Stroh, Kelly McDougall, Barb Kelsey and Kim Pagenkopf.
It's secluded in a wooded area near Kangaroo Lake. The large cabin, of surprisingly modern construction, has no indoor plumbing. Lack of plumbing does not upset, or even surprise, the 12 eager girls tumbling out of station wagons with sleeping bags in tow. They are Junior Girl Scouts, Troop 350. And this is their first weekend camping experience at Cuesta.
Their leader, Mrs. David Marsh, supervises the stowing of bedrolls in open box-shaped cupboards. Next she shows everyone the "washing-up room"; basins are arranged on a shelf beneath the counter-top; towel racks are fastened to the shelf. A "water-boy" sits on one end of the counter-top. Perhaps because this is a girls' cabin, several mirrors adorn the walls.
Then everyone sits on benches at picnic tables in the middle of the main room to eat their nose­bag suppers. When appetites are satisfied, the leader instructs the girls to throw their paper bags into the fireplace. "We'll build a fire later and make popcorn."
"We want to go to the bathroom," announces Barbara.
"We know where it is," Paula adds, "right down the gravel path." Half a dozen of the girls put on their coats and go out into the gathering darkness, carrying flashlights.
Five minutes later they come running back, squealing and shoving one another to get into the cabin door.
"There's something out there!"
"Loud noises down by the outhouse!"
"Something is going bang­-bang-thud, bang-bang-thud!" Motioning for quiet their leader explains that there is nothing to be frightened of in the woods.
"I'll go back out with you, girls," Chaperone says with false bravado. "Maybe there are some rascally raccoons out there."
Shining her flashlight on the gravel path, Chaperone leads the way toward the source of the noise. Some of the less-intimidated scouts chant, "There's lions, and tigers, and bears, of my! Lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my!" Up ahead something is going bang-bang­-thud! Reaching the outhouse, Chaperone takes a firmer grip on her flashlight and pushes open the first door.
"Nothing in there!" She pushes open the second door. "Nothing in there!" From the other end of the outhouse comes bang-bang-­thud!
"No raccoons, girls; not even lions or bears. But watch the doors." The wind caught the doors. opening them slightly and banging them gently shut.
"Oh, it's only the wind banging the doors."
"Shucks" said Chaperone, wiping her brow.
Back in the cabin they gathered around Mrs. Marsh who ex­plained that they would now go on a night hike. Chaperone sighed softly and put her coat back on.
Down the gravel path, past the no-longer-scary outhouse, and out into a field under the stars, they walked.
"Look, there's the big dipper."
"And the little one too."
"I can see the North Star!"
Mrs. Marsh showed them several fire scars where they would do outdoor cooking tomorrow. Then they started back to the Scout Cabin singing, "The other day I saw a Bear"
After washing up, spreading bedrolls, and getting into their pajamas, they divided into "details": the fire-building detail, the find the pan and melt the butter detail, and the pop the corn detail. Chaperone took pictures of the gay group and joined them in eating buttered popcorn and drinking soda pop. Then, to bed.
At four o'clock in the morning, somebody shook Chaperone's shoulder and whispered in her ear, "Will you go to the bathroom with me?" Groggily Chaperone pushed back her covers and got to her feet. The scout who'd roused her was searching for something, using her flashlight as a guide. Whispers: "What are you looking for?" "My other red tennis shoe." "Did you look under your blanket?" "It's okay; I'll put on my boots instead." Just then another scout awakened and felt the need to join them. Once outside, and jogging down the now-familiar path, Chaperone became aware of how sweet and fresh the air smells at four in the morning.
Three hours later Mrs. Marsh sounded reveille. Quickly everyone washed up, dressed, and began the work of the preassigned Patrols. The Water Patrol filled three "water-boys" from the outdoor pump (started by electric switch). The Cooking Patrol began making French toast. Mary, flipping a piece of toast, asked, "Does this count toward our Cooking Badge?" Mrs. Marsh assured her that it certainly did. The Hospitality Patrol gathered leaves, shells, and pretty bits of wood and fashioned centerpieces for the tables. Breakfast ready, they sat down.
"Please pass the syrup," Kelly requested politely. The leader passed the pitcher. "Mrs. Marsh, that doesn't look like syrup on your French toast."
"Why, this is the syrup pitch­- oh no, this is the coffee pit­cher!" Amid the merry laughter, the leader tasted her French toast and pronounced it "Exotic! Sort of like the Galloping Gourmet might cook."
After cleanup and a brisk hike in the woods, the Cooking Patrol began making Jungle Brew over an outdoor fire. Ordinary cooks of the world would call it spaghetti 'n hamburger, or glorified goulash. Only Girl Scouts un­derstand its very special essence.
Early in the afternoon, co-leader, Mrs. Bob Schultz joined the campers. They spent the next two hours studying nature. Saturday's supper offered another surprising specialty, Hawaiian Eyes. Teresa and Patty placed shortcakes filled with crushed pineapple sweetened with brown sugar in aluminum foil wrappers. After heating in the campfire they made a scrumptious dessert. Mustard, meant for the hot dogs, was spilled five times during supper, once into someone's milk.
After supper, Brother Andrew arrived driving a cattle truck. Seeing the questioning look on Chaperone's face, Mrs. Schultz calmly explained that they would all ride in the back of the truck to attend mass in Baileys Harbor. It was just a windy enough ride to blow away all adult inhibitions. Before entering the church, everybody picked straw off their coats.
Before bedtime the scouts put on a hairstyling contest, shrugging off the fact that sleep would muss their elegant coif­fures.
Sometime around midnight, a voice came out of the darkness. Sleepy heads started up to hear Mrs. Schultz intone, "I want one print here, and one print there!" When nothing followed this startling pronouncement, the sleepy heads giggled and sank back into their pillows.
On Sunday afternoon they set off hiking down Logerquist road to visit the Brothers of St. Joseph Novitiate. Halfway there Brother Andrew met them in the cattle truck.
At the farm, operated by the Brothers, the scouts were treated to horseback rides. Then, Brother John asked, "Now, who would like to ride the bull?"
"The bull!! He'll throw us off!"
"No, he won't. He's a gentle old fellow, really." "Okay, I'll ride him." "So will I!" And ride him they did. The adults watched from a sensible distance.
After the rides, the Brothers invited them into the big recreation room of the farm­house. They gathered around the piano. Brother Andrew played and the girls sang. He surprised them by knowing every request.
Next, refreshments. The scouts brought out cupcakes and cookies from their totebags. Brother John served glasses of Kool-aid. Then it was time to pile into the back of the cattle truck. The girls said good-bye to Brother John and the spotted dogs, Alice and
Poncho. Brother Andrew drove them back to camp.
The cabin was tidied and locked. Then everyone par­ticipated in a flag ceremony to close the day. "Would you like camping here every weekend?" asked Mrs. Marsh. "Ye-e-sss!" came the enthusiastic reply.
Courtesy of the Door County Library Newspaper Archive
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2023.06.09 04:32 oooh___ahhh Help!

I saw this at the cash saver yesterday, and I’m wondering if anybody wants to meet up and discuss some options before the scoping.
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2023.06.09 03:05 TeamNutmeg Need Advice on Pennsylvania Divorce Records Circa 1905

Does anyone here have any experience with divorce records in Pennsylvania circa the early 1900s? I'm continuing to hit a brick wall with my paternal name line, and I'd like to finally break through it if possible.
My 2x great grandparents, both residents of McKeesport, were married in Lawrence County by the Clerk of the Orphans' Court in 1901. I know she lied about her age, and I suspect he did too, to get around the restriction for anyone under 21 marrying without parental consent that I learned about here on Genealogy - she claimed she was 21, when she was actually only 18. She gave the correct date with the wrong year, but I don't know if he also did. I know they split up some time between the birth of my great-grandaunt in 1906, and 1909 when she had her first child with her second husband. She was listed as married to the second husband in the 1910 census.
I have three questions if anyone might be able to answer them. First, how hard would it be to track down their divorce records? Second, would I be contacting the county they married in (Lawrence), or they county I assume they were living in when they split (Allegheny)? And third, what kind of information would be in the record? Would it be worth the effort to hunt down? Ideally, I'd be looking for the names of his parents and his birthdate.
Thanks in advance to anyone able to offer any insight!
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2023.06.08 21:48 polypolyman Looking for GIS business sales / hints for valuation

I'm currently facing a very interesting potential opportunity, taking on running a rural regional (non-governmental) GIS authority and mapping company. Primary income streams are hosting the parcel data for 3 counties, coordinating the GIS data with 3 other counties, and supplying and maintaining e911 addressing data for the region (those 6 counties). The existing data quality is legendarily good - the previous guy was very passionate about the work. About 8-9000 sq mi. worth of parcels, sales, etc. are the primary focus of the data.
My boss / business partner in this is asking for some information so we can determine a value for the company and its assets. In particular, he asked me to look to see if I could find information on any sales of comparable businesses, to help with a baseline from that direction. We're also interested in trying to figure a rough idea of the value of the dataset itself. Obviously we'll be working with the financial fundamentals of this particular entity as well, but this might give us some more information to nail down what's reasonable.
So, since my usually decent search skills are failing me, can anyone point me to some information about sales of comparable GIS companies? Or, more generally, can anyone help me figure the industry-specific details of how to valuate a company like this?
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.08 21:05 Dr_GIR Republican Joe Rockey picks up key labor endorsements in Allegheny County executive race

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2023.06.08 20:52 andrea827 Eclipse Coming: Health Dept Preparing

Hi Food Safety Inspector here, I work in a county/city health depart located in a tourist town (population 10k) very rural area with a dense downtown hub of tourists and attractions (aka wine). We are in the path of totality for the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse. We are anticipating anywhere from 60k-100k+ additional visitors that weekend + Monday (solar eclipse) into Tuesday. Treating it like our largest festival we have every year but anticipating much more.
We are working on FAQs from our general public as well as for our retail food establishments to help them prepare and go through the proper lines for permitting and educating on food safety.
General public are those we expect who may want to sell food on their large parcels of land, on a street corner, out of their home, etc. We anticipate some serious clowning chaos that weekend, oy. What questions would you expect to receive from your retail food establishments and general public in regards to food safety and such a large event like this? we have seen and heard the horror stories from past paths of totality.
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2023.06.08 17:26 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Local] - Joe Rockey just got early union support in his campaign against Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County executive Pgh Post-Gazette

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2023.06.08 17:26 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Local] - Joe Rockey just got early union support in his campaign against Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County executive Pgh Post-Gazette

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2023.06.08 17:12 AutoNewsAdmin [Local] - Joe Rockey just got early union support in his campaign against Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County executive

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2023.06.08 17:01 AutoNewsAdmin [Local] - Joe Rockey just got early union support in his campaign against Sara Innamorato for Allegheny County executive

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2023.06.08 13:06 Dr_GIR Editorial: Will minimum wage bill set up a new veto showdown in Allegheny County?

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2023.06.08 07:09 k---mkay Easting and Northing in Survey

Hi y'all! I am a GIS person for a county govt. It is my job to "draw" survey data into the parcel map. We have a lot of rural places and land use that doesn't comply (?) with the PLSS system (Land Grants). I can usually figure out the starting points for the surveys even though the monument situation here is dismal. I have a survey that seems to have Easting and Northing coordinates of some kind. It is not state plane, it is not UTM what out can it be? There are 6-7 digits out to 4 decimal places. I mean I can just try to transit using the bearings in the deeds but you know, fuck that.
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2023.06.08 03:23 teetertottermcpotter Finally found one

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2023.06.08 01:31 ThrowAway7s2 "Gibraltar parent meetings may become regular fare" from the April 11, 1972 Door County Advocate

the headline

Gibraltar parent meetings may become regular fare

Disbelief of statistics presented on drug use in Door county was the first reaction of 250 Gibraltar school district parents who turned out Monday night for an informal seminar on drug abuse and venereal disease. The meeting was prompted by a joint letter from the district school board and Door county health personnel to parents ap­proximately a week ago. There was unanimous agreement on a decision to continue the meetings before the evening ended.
An initial reluctance to ask questions on the subjects of the meeting was noted but this was broken down by use of a question box through which anonymous questions could be presented. Taking part in the panel which answered questions were Seeburger, Sheriff Hollis Bridenhagen, Public Health Nurse Carole Lang and guidance counselor George Erickson. Jack Guse, who had worked with Bridenhagen in undercover drug investigations and CESA 9 psychologist Larry Geeding also assisted.
Questioning of statistics on local drug use furnished by Bridenhagen began the session, some of the parents inquiring if such figures were to be extended to the junior high level. Bridenhagen replied that his data was on a county level and that no attempt was made to break these down into specific age or class groups. In response to the question of why more arrests were not made for possession of drugs, chiefly marijuana, Bridenhagen noted that parents took every legal method to prevent such arrests. At the same time he extended an invitation to any parent who was concerned about the possible use of drugs by members of his family to confer with him privately.
Later in the evening a small quantity of marijuana was heated and charred, giving off dense clouds of acrid smoke. Purpose of the demonstration was to acquaint parents with the typical odor of the substance.
Guidance counselor Erickson, taking note of questions directed at the school administration, advised that several of the high school faculty were now at­tending special classes to instruct themselves in drug detection and the psychology of drug users. The question of dress codes for students was interjected and was answered by administrator Seeburger who commented that in the light of recent court decisions, CESA 9 officials had informed his office that such dress codes could not be en­forced. The question did not go entirely unanswered when a member of the audience suggested that a dress code could, after all, be enforced by parents.
Questions about local statistics on venereal diseases evoked no precise answers from public health nurse Lang. She did, however, note that when such reported cases reach a certain point, a formula is used which assumes a certain number of unreported cases. It was on this basis that the action was taken to alert local parents to the situation. Further questions were directed to her, chiefly concerned with methods by which venereal diseases are spread. The first letter to parents had contained the information that pamphlets on social diseases will be sent to parents.
Regular professional office hours will shortly be scheduled for the Gibraltar school district, it was indicated, and Mrs. Lang will be available for conferences with both parents and children. One questioner asked if it was desirable, and possible without legal steps such as court in­junctions, to require an annual physical examination for students. This, said Mrs. Lang, was a matter on which parents desires should be expressed to their school board as should the degree to which such examinations should be carried. She pointed out that blood tests do not indicate the presence of every type of venereal disease.
Commenting on proposed educational programs, George Erickson warned that school authorities and school board must have time to evaluate these programs. Frequently, he felt, they serve only as a means of glamorizing, and exciting curiosity about, the problems they are intended to prevent. Administrator Seeburger added that concerned parents are urged to communicate with school authorities and express their views on programs which may become part of the curricula.
Several, of the audience took exception to current rules whereby smoking is permitted in certain areas of the school property. This was done, Seeburger said, to reduce congestion in washrooms which previously have been heavily used for smoking by students. One questioner asked if smoking areas might not serve as a cover for the use of marijuana. There was sentiment for an expression from the audience as to per­mitting smoking on premises. Fifteen hands were tentatively raised to show approval but other questions from the audience prevented a vote.
School authorities are to advise parents on the date of the next meeting in approximately one month.
Courtesy of the Door County Library Newspaper Archive

Previously posted
Gonorrhea cases in Door County, 2001 – 2021
Gibraltar's intended restroom design reduces students' safety
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2023.06.07 20:04 swimsam29 Businesses that employ high schoolers in Pittsburgh

Hi all, I'm working on a project that involves the pushback of high school start times that some districts in Allegheny County have adopted. I'm looking for businesses, especially small businesses, that employ high schoolers as I would like to see the possible ramifications for those businesses should high school start times be moved to a later period.
That being said, can anybody give me a list of businesses around the area that employ students in PPS' high schools? I would love to get as many perspectives as possible. Thank you all!
- Thinking more on this, if anyone knows any high school students that are employed themselves and would be willing to share how a switch might affect them (with parental permission should they be under 18), I would love to hear from them as well.
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2023.06.07 19:35 patchhappyhour Property Tax Exemption California

Property Tax Exemption California
I got my letter showing my property tax exemption here in CA. They are going to backdate it to 2019, essentially sending me a retroactive payment which is amazing. So if you're a 100%er in CA, there you go.
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2023.06.07 15:29 DnWeava TIL KCMO city proper is served by 15 school districts including at least 13 public high schools that are outside of city limits.

Edit: should be 14, not 13, high schools outside outside of city limits.
So I always find it fascinating how anytime the city proposes spending money there are going to be a ton of social media comments calling for that money to be spent on the schools despite the city government having nothing to do with schools so I don't know if these people just fundamentally don't understand how school districts and funding work but it got me curious how many different school districts/high schools you could go to while living in KCMO proper.
I counted 15 school districts come into city limits on the KCMO parcel viewer map website which has a school district layer you can turn on (KC and Center school districts the only 2 that are entirely inside KCMO), with over half the northland served by high schools that aren't even in the city. The craziest part of the school districts maps that I found is if you live in the new apartments at the old metro north mall (which is in clay county btw) your high school is all the way out in Platte City 15 miles away WTF and there are 2 school districts that come into the city limits yet don't cover a single house.
This list could be incomplete but here is the list of high schools that I found serving KCMO city proper.
Northland in KCMO
Park Hill; Staley; Oak Park; Winnetonka
Northland outside of KCMO
Platte Co HS; Park Hill South; North KC; Liberty; Liberty North; Kearney; Smithville;
South in KCMO
Lincoln Prep; East; Central; Northeast; Paseo; Southeast; Center; Ruskin; Manual Career Tech Center (I think this is a high school?);
South outside of KCMO
Raytown; Raytown South; Truman (Independence); Grandview; Lees Summit North; Lees Summit West; Belton (no houses in area); Blue Springs (no houses in area);
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2023.06.07 12:51 twasham21 Walmart customer leaves review in Florida

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2023.06.07 07:02 KarEssMoua All my socials, from Beginners to Masters!

All my socials, from Beginners to Masters!
Hello everyone,
I wanted to share with you all of my social outposts, with MY ratings and comments about it, so depending on your level, you can choose which one you wanna play, although all of my outposts are considered as brutal. From all streamers/players that played my outposts, they all said that I have a very unique kind of building (though I suck at exterior architecture, but I promise you this is different inside). All of my maps are speedrunnable, so feel free to try it!
If you don't want to read anything and play any of my outposts randomly, feel free to type Twitch.KarEssMoua to find all my maps.
DISCLAIMER: None of my maps are mazes / killboxes / death alleys
Hope you will have fun! :)

Difficulty : Normal

1) Badger Lee is a short map, perfect for beginners to discover some tricks and how to use your environment. It's also my first prestige 10 map that I built during the beta.
Speedrun difficulty : Easy
2) District Heights is even shorter than Badger Lee and can focus on high pressure if you are a fast player. However, running it slow will also be a challenge for new players.
Speedrun difficulty : Easy

Difficulty : Challenging

  1. Swans Island is a small map with more or less the same length as Badger Lee. It includes more sneaky traps and play with the environment more than the two previous ones. It is a map that I made with my viewers. A challenging map for beginners, where veterans might find this map surprising but generaly easy.
Speedrun difficulty : Easy
2) Rhinebeck did more kills than I expected and exceeded my expectations. It's a mix of two playstyles, which I won't spoil so you can discover it by yourself.
Speedrun difficulty : Easy to medium
3) Osage City is a challenging map for beginners and medium players, that will require your focus during the whole run. More focus on mental pressure, you will have to deal with traps waiting for you at any corner.
Speedrun difficulty : Easy to medium
4) Citrus County is a map with a spicy entry that can be a real challenge for new players. More focused on action with sneaky traps and the use of the grappling, enjoy a map where you can use your environment to protect yourself or jump into the fight and slay everything in sight! Also, you might different paths!
Speedrun difficulty : Easy to medium

Difficulty : Hard

  1. Mower County, Osage City' sister, pushes the concept of mental pressure further, pushing you to make a mistake. If you are a new player, I would recommend to play Osage City before jumping in Mower County.
Speedrun difficulty : Medium to Challenging
2) Howells is a messy map (if you already played some of my other maps, you know what I mean), and intends to confuse you in a packed environment. You might be surprised how you can die in this one. The lack of raids has been due to the MM issues we had before.
Speedrun difficulty : Challenging
3) High Hill is going to mess up a bit with you. Mixing all the previous combinations, I tested out a new way to build. I'm not gonna lie, I struggled a bit to build this map, but the outcome has been pretty satisfying! The lack of raids has been due to the MM issues we had before.
Speedrun difficulty : Hard

Difficulty : Extreme

  1. Twin Peaks, Grand Lake Stream's little sister is going to confuse you and bully you for a bit. Get ready to be lost into madness and get shot at from any direction.
Speedrun difficulty : Hard to Very Hard
2) Hannibal is brutal. There is no other words. Going slow or going fast, this map is going to give you hard times and will press you to the limit, using a high mental pressure combined with deadly traps. Only one misstep and you are gone. Definitely not recommend for new players, or only if you would like Hell as a tutorial.
Speedrun difficulty : Extreme
3) Grand Lake Stream is an old map that I built during the beta and reworking with time. With an initial 15,7 kill ratio (lowered by social unfortunately), this map counts more than 2 000 kills (official + social). Grand Lake Stream made it tough for a lot of raiders, hoping to get to the genmat and leave this madness behind them. If you wanna dive into an unique kind of madness, this is your way to go. Grand Lake Stream is going to offer you the challenge you need, most of the time. This is also a nostalgic map that I cherish way more than any others.
Speedrun difficulty : Very Hard to Extreme
Thanks for reading, HF!
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