Easter weekend was not as relaxing for ten members of the Dryden Fire Service, as it was for most. Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the holiday weekend were spent with the Ontario Fire College instructors from Gravenhurst, as well as two additional trainees from Sioux Lookout. The group was looking to receive certification, and re certification for some, in the Ice Water Rescue course..
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A solid majority of our members is in support of the furlough concept to save jobs. This says a lot about the people that work here and are committed to this district. They care about one another and they care about the kids, so theyre willing to make a shared sacrifice, said Ray Whitmer of the Teamsters, representing maintenance, operations and food service employees..
The victim told investigators the attacker then ran away. The suspect is described as a white man, 6 feet 2 inches to 6 feet 4 inches tall with a thin and muscular build. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black Ray Ban sunglasses, a black beanie style hat, a black bandana over the lower part of his face and black pants..
Like the things we did, and it important to go on, Tavares said. Think we can do a little better job of getting some bodies to the net, of getting some more chances on the original shots that we take. Just keep adjusting to the style of play, the bigger rink, and keep getting better.
Stupid government cutting jobs. I know that the MInneapolis Public Library system, for one, is in fairly dire financial straits. And yay, more student debt!. Temperatures will warm up a little more than they did today. Wednesday’s highs reach into the mid 50s. Then as we head into thursday morning, temperatures dip back into the lower 30s.
In an email to the University community, Steele said he loved his job here. “It is a fascinating, challenging and constantly stimulating experience to be the provost of a great research university, especially one that is thriving on so many important fronts.” However, he added, “life doesn’t always go as planned. The decision to accept the Stanford offer came down to a difficult to pass up opportunity to play a role in the field of education.”.