Here are some thoughts shared with by a very astute listener. I’d like to add to them and share it all with you…
The headlines today seem to declare a need for speedy trial for the
I don’t believe what the soldier did was right at all…NOT AT
Remember Major Hasan? He killed 13 of our own and wounded 29 more. The Major never spent time in battle and was stateside training, going to school and complaining about not being treated fairly. The Major has not been tried yet and if you can believe this his defense team wants to use PTSD defense.
If that’s not enough how about this…
Several Marines are under investigation for abusing enemy corpses. A few years ago American Rangers were dragged thru the streets of
Many people have asked me if I’m sad after yesterday’s events surrounding the Indianapolis Colts and Peyton Manning. The truth is I’m not sad at all. As a sports fan this is a very proud moment, not sad at all. Not since the ABA Pacers of the early 70’s has professional sports in
The once mutually stabling forces in the NFL will have to deal uncertainty as they settle into new situations. Colt fans should expect a Manning led team to dispatch the “rebuilding Colts” soon.
Even if its just a rhyme, it helps us get thru winter in
Honestly I like the change of seasons. I’m not sure if I would do well without the smell of spring or the feel of fall closing the door on summer. And really rushing to the store to get a loaf of bread or gallon of milk before a snow storm is better than buying a truckload of plywood before a hurricane!!!
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Supporting local event and organizations is now more important than ever. Locally the Marion Aquatic Center, Downtown Marion and the Marion Blue Racers are set to provide breathtaking entertainment.
Aquatic Center Director Jeannie Brewer expects to get the keys to the new Aquatic Center May 25th; just in time for a Memorial Day Grand Opening. Season passes are now on sale at a 10-percent discount. The season pass makes daily admission in most cases less than a dollar. Get more information by calling 740-387-5446.
The Marion Blue Racers will play seven games in Veteran’s Coliseum this year. The 2012 kicks off on March 3rdat . Single home game tickets are 10 and 15-dollars, season ticket packages start at 65-dollars. Call
This article is taken from http://pittsburghpowerfootball.com/2011/09/01/lamonte-coleman-defensive-line-coach/
LaMonte Coleman joins the Pittsburgh Power coaching staff in 2012 and will remain the
Coleman played for Slippery Rock University and was signed to a two year contract to play running back in the National Football League with Super Bowl XXX runner-up Pittsburgh Steelers in 1995. Coleman has also played for various teams in the Arena and Indoor leagues. In 2001, Coleman was the Offensive Most Valuable Player for the National Indoor Football League while playing running back for the Johnstown J-Dogs. Coleman rushed for over 1,000 yards and scored 38 times during his MVP season. Notably, he was the starting fullback/linebacker for the Arena Football 2, Wilkes Barre-Scranton Pioneers who were owned by Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas in 2002.
In 2008, Coleman earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Leadership and Sports Humanities from The Ohio State University.
All week faculty and students at Marion Technical College will highlight the Engineering ciriculum. The public is welcome to for idustrial robotic tours and demonstrations. Instructor from Tri-Rivers Ritch Ramey says it builds teamwork and helps develop problem solving. Tomorrow is “Women in Engineering Day”. A mix of adult learners, middle and high school females will participate in panel discussions and conduct lab tours. Friday the week wraps up with the VEX Robotics Competition. 45 Teams from all over the mid-west will compete for the right to participate in the World VEX Championship at Disneyland in April of 2012.