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Blog Posts in December, 2011

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  • Keep Giving this Season; Panhandling is not illegal
    Keep Giving this Season; Panhandling is not illegal

    In my most recent blog entry, I suggested several ways to give during the holiday season. The purpose was to move us all towards being givers. Do you remember the man on the corner? The one with the ...

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  • Free Cab Rides:  Be Safe this Holiday Season - use a Cab
    Free Cab Rides: Be Safe this Holiday Season - use a Cab

    ith New Year's Eve quickly approaching, I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone to be responsible. We are all gearing up to celebrate the New Year. Parties will be held, music will play and ...

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  • Merry Christmas!  Tis the Season of Giving
    Merry Christmas! Tis the Season of Giving

    Merry Christmas (albeit a day late) and Happy New Year (a few days early)!!! It truly is, as the song says, the most wonderful time of the year. While many of us will celebrate with food, drink and ...

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  • Fort Wayne Police Officer guilty of Drunk Driving
    Fort Wayne Police Officer guilty of Drunk Driving

    Updating this earlier entry , on December 16, 2011, Sgt. Santiago "Jim" Zamora, a 20+ year veteran of the Fort Wayne Police Department, was convicted of Operating While Intoxicated (Endangering a ...

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  • NTSB wants nationwide ban on cell phones in cars?  Is a radio ban far behind?
    NTSB wants nationwide ban on cell phones in cars? Is a radio ban far behind?

    Most of my readers know that texting and driving is now banned in Indiana. This law became effective on July 1, 2011. Indiana Code 9-21-8-59 prohibits using a telecommunications device to type, ...

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  • More on Prison Overcrowding - Is Huntington County to blame?
    More on Prison Overcrowding - Is Huntington County to blame?

    Updating this entry from July 18, 2011, the Kokomo Tribune is running a three-part series on the effect of low-level felony convictions leading to prison over-crowding. Of particular interest to ...

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