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‘Mending Fences’: Drafted Soldier Experiences Horrors of WWI

Mending Fences

May 18, 2007 — Author George R. Lipponer shares the shocking true story of the torture a young soldier endured after being conscripted into the German army at the end of World War II in his new book, “Mending Fences” (now available through AuthorHouse). Though fiercely opposed to the war, young Otto is forced to […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Health & Lifestyle | Read More »

Adopt a Pet Vicki

Adopt a Pet Vicki

VICKI DATE IN: 3/31/07 FROM: Public Intake DOB: 6/18/06 BREED: Female, DSH, White/Gray I hope I got your attention because I am a fantastic little lady who’s looking for a home! I am sweet, will meow to get your attention and will come down when you call me! I love to sleep in funny positions […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Tyus Adopt a Pet | Read More »

Adopt a Pet Harlan

Adopt a Pet Harlan

HARLAN DATE IN: 5/2/07 FROM: L.A. Animal Shelter DOB: 4/23/03 BREED: Male, Shepherd X WEIGHT: 41 lbs. Other Dogs Okay Yes, I’m good with other dogs. That doesn’t mean that I enjoy living in a kennel environment. I wanna be in my own home! Handsome and eager to be part of a family who will […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Tyus Adopt a Pet | Read More »

Facts of the Week 5-21-07

Hear See Speak No Evil

The Bible was written in three languages: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek. Almonds and pistachios are the only nuts mentioned in the Bible. The last word in the Bible is AMEN. Do you know the names of the three wise monkeys? They are: Mizaru (See no evil), Mikazaru (Hear no evil), and Mazaru (Speak no […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Facts of the week | Read More »

Car Care Advice for College-Bound Students

Car Care Advice

College-bound students have one more task to add to their checklist of things to do before classes begin: car care. A well-maintained vehicle is safer and more economical to operate than one that’s neglected. In addition there’s peace of mind in knowing that the vehicle has been serviced before you head off to college. The […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Family and food | Read More »

Business and Family: Moms Can Have It All

Victoria Colligan Stay at Home Mom

Stay-at-home mom? How about stay-at-home CEO? “Mompreneurs” are part of a trend that’s becoming more and more prevalent, as millions of business-minded mothers are starting online companies and operating them from home. Providers of Internet services are taking note of this in- creasing number of enterprising mothers. Network Solutions, for example, recently partnered with Victoria […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Business,Family and food | Read More »

LAPD Facts and Info

Internship Opportunities The Los Angeles Police Department has developed unpaid internship programs with many of the local universities and colleges such as: The University of Southern California, California State University at Long Beach and California State University at Los Angeles. Students from these universities who are enrolled in the Criminal Justice Program may perform a […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Police News | Read More »

Bullet-Resistant Vests: 1,000 Lives Saved – A Policing Milestone

James Van Alstine

Here’s news that may make you feel like applauding. Second Chance Armor, Inc., a leading manufacturer of concealable body armor, announced that it has reached an historic milestone. Its bullet-resistant vests have now saved the lives of 1,000 law enforcement personnel. The milestone was reached when a police officer from Acworth, Georgia was shot in […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Police News | Read More »

New Survey Reveals The Route To Burger Bliss

Route 66 Hamburger

Whether it’s American, Swiss or cheddar, many believe cheese makes a burger better. In fact, that’s the opinion of seven out of 10 Americans who like to say “cheese!” when ordering a hamburger. This is one of the key findings of a study that took a look at consumers and their hamburger preferences. The survey, […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Family and food | Read More »

Tips to Strengthen Your Child’s Performance in School

Childrens School Performance

How are your children doing in school? Are you pleased with their performance, or do you think there is room for improvement? No matter what letters appeared on their report cards, it’s never too late to help your children get excited about learning. This can be accomplished by creating an encouraging atmosphere in your home. […]

May 21st, 2007 | Posted in Family and food | Read More »

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