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In the process of building our house, Greff approached us and said he has a lease on the land. We told him we would be willing to work with him and to bring the lease by so we could review it. He dropped the lease off from the original owner’s, which was from the previous two owners before us, and it was very vague. We researched who would be responsible for accidents related to the structure and unfortunately it falls back on the landowner.

We discussed our concerns with Greff on the liability and he acknowledged the lack of maintenance and safety concerns. We even offered to help. With closing out the phone call, both parties agreed to close off the access to the public until further notice on maintenance for public safety.

The most aggravating part of this whole situation is we tried to work things out with Greff. We are locals from this area and understand the history this structure has with the community. We hate to see a situation like this but we also can’t risk a lawsuit from someone getting hurt on our property.
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HENDERSON, Tenn. Former Freed Hardeman University President Dr. E. Claude Gardner passed away Sunday.

father died when I was 12 and a half, so Dr. Gardner was a great example to me, Sam Hester, Gardner son in law, said.

think he was a person of continuous improvement, Phyllis Hester, Gardner daughter, said. would make a plan and make sure that plan is carried out. moved to Henderson in 1949 and impacted not only Freed Hardeman, but also Chester County.

He was crucial in starting the Chamber of Commerce, Crime Stoppers and Chester County senior citizens.

came here and began as chairman of the education department, current FHU President David Shannon said. also served as a dean, as a registrar, as a vice president and eventually president for about two decades. his 20 years as president, the university saw tremendous growth. More than a dozen buildings were built during his presidency.

had to build dorm, after dorm, after dorm, because we had no place for them, Sam Hester said.

He was also known by many as a gospel preacher, holding hundreds of gospel meetings.

year he would go to the Southern Association and bring us back presents. From Florida, it was a stuffed alligator He would bring me book sometimes, Phyllis Hester said.

And he made sure to never forget someone he met.

those 20 years you can go back and ask all of us students that were here. What you hear over and over is he knew my name, he always asked about my siblings and my parents and even after I left he still kept up with me, Shannon said.
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She says Priscilla was a woman who loved her family, and Merrell, who she says most people knew as “Shinebone,” was a hardworking man who sold fruits and vegetables around Byromville.

It’s a place she said felt safe.

“It’s a Mayberry, yeah. We don’t have Andy and Barney here, but we all stick together,” said King.

17 month old Jashun Ingram was shot to death, and for his grandmother, Bessie Ingram, Byromville was anything but Mayberry on Thursday.

“Nobody knows what I’m going through right now. Whoever did this, they didn’t have to kill my grandson,” said Ingram. “My grandson did nothing, nothing wrong to nobody, so why would you want to take his life?”

And for Sharon King, she says the killings have made her question her safety.

“I’m not afraid of death, but I am afraid of the people that are in this world carrying on the way that they’re carrying on. It’s just scary,” she said.

A feeling shared by many in Byromville.

GBI Special Agent in Charge JT Ricketson says the crime scene is being secured overnight by the Dooly County Sheriff’s Office. Friday morning, autopsies will be performed on the three bodies at the GBI crime lab.
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Concern for the South Shore’s midwifery services drew around 100 people to protest outside of MLA Mark Furey’s office this morning.

Families including children, babies, and pregnant women, stood outside in below freezing temperatures Monday to get the government’s attention on the current lack of midwives in the area.

The MLA told the group he had a meeting with a constituent that had been booked weeks before, however the demonstrators insisted, saying there were dozens of people, including children, in the cold waiting to hear from him.

Furey agreed to come out and address the protesters, which was met by cheers from the crowd.

“My intention on Wednesday is to continue to advance the concerns that have been brought to my attention today, that have percolated over the last week,
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Furey says he will be in communication with organizers over the coming days.

“I will communicate this and advocate the importance of the midwifery program here on the South Shore with my colleagues in Halifax,” says Furey.

That promise was met with applause as well.

Kristen Martell, one of the organizers of the demonstration who met with Furey says she is cautiously hopeful about the situation.

“He said he is going to commit to being our voice and he’s going to speak to Health and Wellness to voice our concerns.”

Martell says she and her fellow organizers presented Furey with a lot of information on both the importance of the program as well as the issues the midwives themselves deal with.

There are two midwife positions for the area, however both are currently vacant, with one midwife on medical leave.

Maren Dietze, a long time midwife and one of the founders of midwifery services as a part of the public health care system in Nova Scotia, recently moved to France.

Advocates say the midwives’ caseloads are too full and it leads to burn out.

Julie Veinot, executive director of the Lunenburg County Sexual Health Centre, was at the protest to represent the centre.

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Green Thumb Theatre as the Horizon Stage prepares to bring the play Still/Falling to its venue on March. 19.

Written by Rachel Aberle and staring Olivia Hutt, Still/Falling tells the story of Nina, a young woman struggling to cope with depression and anxiety and the lines between what constitutes regular angst and mental illness.

performance is a bold, moving and compelling portrayal of a typical adolescent girl struggling with anxiety and depression, Blackwell said of the play. was impressed by the quality and accuracy of the mental health messages communicated throughout the play. Thumb said they chose to produce Still/Falling to help spark a conversation about mental health in the youth and student population, hoping that it would provide a closer, more intimate look at the realities of those young Canadians dealing with mental health issues.

Brandi Wurtz, theatre manager with the Horizon Stage, has been mauling over bringing the play to the community since she saw it during an industry conference some time ago.

saw it at an industry conference a while later when it was fully formed and I sat in the audience and I literally was riveted from start to finish and by the time that it was finished I was sitting in the theatre with tears running down my face, she said.

Wurtz said that the performance is very relateable because it focuses on mental health without any large contributing factor.

recognized that the kid in the play could have so easily been my kid. What really neat about this particular piece is that it not a kid who has some catastrophic event happen to her that causes her this mental health crisis. She a normal kid, seems happy and well adjusted and then things just start going wrong and she can figure out why, she said.

Wurtz has also partnered with both the Stony Plain FCSS and the Spruce Grove FCSS to ensure that the play is affordable and accessible to those interested in seeing it. To do that, the Horizon Stage set the ticket price at just $10 and offered complimentary tickets to the FCSS to hand out to who they feel would benefit from seeing the play.

I wanted to do was to knock down some of the barriers because it doesn do me any good to make money if nobody is going to see the show, Wurtz said. offered the tickets to public at $10 and then we offered a bunch of tickets to both the Stony Plain and Spruce Grove FCSS on a complimentary basis so that they as the subject experts can get those tickets into the hands of clients that they know need this kind of support. the performances two of which will take place at local schools and one at the Horizon Stage there will be a question and answer period for the audience.

will be prepared to talk about the production itself and what its like to pour your guts out on this stage every single time you do the show. As an actor, I am in awe that she can do what she does on a regular basis and not be a puddle of goo at the end of the day, Wurtz said.
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Busloads of people from several large churches and a mosque began pulling up to Westminister in the early afternoon, as did a steady stream of lucky folks who found nearby parking. The 100 year old church stood in stark contrast to the shimmering arched gateway to Super Bowl Live events steps away.

After the Bold Hope in the North event, Sue Perkins, a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church, handed out bags containing a hat, socks, hand sanitizer, a toothbrush and toothpaste to Allison Barrett. People attending the event were asked to take the bags and distribute them to people in need that they encountered. The goal of the event, aside from focusing on interfaith dialogue and cooperation, was to raise $250,000 for families at risk of becoming homeless.
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The veteran firefighter who was appointed to lead the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department’s women’s program resigned from the position earlier this week, The Washington Post and WUSA9 reported Wednesday afternoon.

Bowers appointed Battalion Chief Kathleen Stanley, a two decade veteran of the department and one of only three female battalion chiefs, to serve as the department’s interim Women’s Program Officer following the suicide of firefighter Nicole Mittendorf in 2016.

In her resignation letter, which was uploaded online by The Washington Post, Stanley accuses the fire and rescue department of tolerating even defending the kind of sexual harassment and retaliation that necessitated a revival of the women’s program officer, a position that had been vacant for nearly a decade. “Advice, advocacy and suggestions are humored, at best, and routinely dismissed.”

An internal investigation of Mittendorf’s death in April 2016 found derogatory online posts written by anonymous users who claimed to be colleagues of hers.

Another firefighter, Magaly Hernandez, filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Fairfax County Fire and Rescue on May 6, 2016, and the department placed the head of its office of professional standards on administrative leave later that month after female employees complained about inappropriate photos on his personal Facebook page.

Fairfax County ordered the department to undergo a review of its work environment in May 2016.

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which was released by Fairfax County on Feb. 15, 2017, found that more than 23 percent of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department’s employees reported experiencing or witnessing workplace sexual harassment. The report also cited low employee confidence in leadership and the department’s accountability policies.

The lawsuit ended in a settlement.

Hernandez’s harassment lawsuit against station captain Jon Bruley was dismissed by a judge with the federal district court in Alexandria last year, but a federal appeals court reversed the district judge’s decision on Jan. 30. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals wrote in its opinion that “the full record of Bruley’s conduct could support a jury determination that, viewed objectively, Hernandez was subjected to a hostile work environment based on her sex.”

The court vacated the district court’s award of summary judgment to Fairfax County and remanded the case for further proceedings.

Fire Chief Richard Bowers Jr. on Wednesday saying that the department “takes seriously all claims of bullying, harassment, and retaliation.”

“Significant countywide resources are committed to identifying and addressing all founded concerns,” Bowers said. “The Fire and Rescue Department will continue to work with staff and county partners to address the range of issues and concerns regarding the organizational culture. We value every employee and volunteer in our department. We will continue to move forward to make our organization better and strive to cultivate a safe and welcoming workplace for everyone.”

The news release did not specifically mention Stanley’s resignation, the allegations in her letter, or the Fourth Circuit’s ruling on Hernandez’s suit.

Bowers and representatives from the fire and rescue department’s climate assessment work group presented an update on the department’s actions following the assessment’s release to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors during its public safety committee meeting on Jan. 30.

According to WUSA9, Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova has gone through each of Stanley’s complaints with Bowers but has not talked to the battalion chief directly.

“We have a fantastic fire department, and members have been working very hard to bring changes,” Bulova said during the meeting.

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