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Let’s fix it!

Have you ever looked around your house and felt overwhelmed by the number of things that needed to be fixed or tidied up? That sometimes happens to me but a couple of weeks ago, I did what I should have done a long time ago; I identified the lowest hanging fruit and tackled it. I […]

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“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

The tragic death of Colleen Payne, the 58 year old day care worker who died earlier this week after she was shot during an apparent robbery at an ATM machine, has sparked outrage and reignited debate about hanging as the appropriate punishment for killing another human being in some cases. Payne, a resident of Lodge […]

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“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

The tragic death of Colleen Payne, the 58 year old day care worker who died earlier this week after she was shot during an apparent robbery at an ATM machine, has sparked outrage and reignited debate about hanging as the appropriate punishment for killing another human being in some cases. Payne, a resident of Lodge […]

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“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

The tragic death of Colleen Payne, the 58 year old day care worker who died earlier this week after she was shot during an apparent robbery at an ATM machine, has sparked outrage and reignited debate about hanging as the appropriate punishment for killing another human being in some cases. Payne, a resident of Lodge […]

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“Senseless” murder sparks outrage

The tragic death of Colleen Payne, the 58 year old day care worker who died earlier this week after she was shot during an apparent robbery at an ATM machine, has sparked outrage and reignited debate about hanging as the appropriate punishment for killing another human being in some cases. Payne, a resident of Lodge […]

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The importance of accreditation

The most recent stop on my annual series of educational and refresher tours was the American Culinary Federation’s annual conference, which was held this year at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando. This is quite in the middle of everything — Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and every creative ride imaginable. One could only see it as […]

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The importance of accreditation

The most recent stop on my annual series of educational and refresher tours was the American Culinary Federation’s annual conference, which was held this year at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando. This is quite in the middle of everything — Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and every creative ride imaginable. One could only see it as […]

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The importance of accreditation

The most recent stop on my annual series of educational and refresher tours was the American Culinary Federation’s annual conference, which was held this year at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando. This is quite in the middle of everything — Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and every creative ride imaginable. One could only see it as […]

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The importance of accreditation

The most recent stop on my annual series of educational and refresher tours was the American Culinary Federation’s annual conference, which was held this year at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando. This is quite in the middle of everything — Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and every creative ride imaginable. One could only see it as […]

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St Michael teens remanded

Police have arrested and jointly charged two St Michael teenagers in connection with a case of robbery. They are 18-year-old Khalil Lavar Hurley of Scotts Gap, Brittons Hill and 16-year-old Ranaco Fabico Richard Bovell of Villa Road, Brittons Hill. The two were charged with robbing 57-year-old Frederick Powlett, a member of the Rhema Apostolic Deliverance […]

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