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Finding Halfway Between Two Numbers Game

Finding Halfway Between Two Numbers Game

Finding Halfway Between Two Numbers GameIm Still In The Shock Phase After Finding Out The Truth About My HusbandAllisons Story. The same video lesson by Math Vids Professor Perez is also at the following link httpwww. mathvids. comlessonmathhelp493roundingnumbers. Finding Halfway Between Two Numbers GameBetween the Lines by Ivan Foley. UNFORTUNATELY, THINGS ARE ALWAYS FERAL AT FERRELVIEWWritten 1. Just when you thought hoped the tiny village had dropped out of the news cycle. Ferrelview. I wasnt in attendance but after talking with multiple folks who were, Tuesday nights meeting was apparently another melee, with emergency calls to the Platte County Sheriffs Department even though Ferrelviews own city cop was on site. Some of those on scene even allege the police chief, Daniel Clayton, was part of the problem in instigating the chaos. Weve all seen or heard political division in small towns. But Im not sure any of us have seen anything equal to the Wild West ridiculousness Ferrelview gets over small town politics. Its proof that ego and power struggles can take place in the smallest of settings. Lets be honest, to those of us not directly involved in it the scene sometimes makes us laugh. Sometimes cry. To those directly involved, every word and every action is taken so personally there is the worry of a physical response. The Aborted Arc trope as used in popular culture. When a Story Arc disappears off the face of the storyline without warning, never to be heard from again. Kimberley, South Africa, also known as the Diamond City, is the capital of the Northern Cape Province. It is famous for its diamonds and its. The best part of parenting so far Helping your kids overcome things you struggled with. Its at least in the top 5. Last Saturday my daughter came home from. It used to be the majority of the elected board members supported the controversial police chief. That changed last April. Now the other side has the majority and the Clayton supporters have consistently made noise since that time, keeping the atmosphere in the town of about 4. On Tuesday night two city employees locked themselves in a room during the aftermath of the session as things were getting out of control in the meeting room. Apparently they told the sheriffs department via telephone they werent coming out until the sheriffs department sent an officer. Again, this is even though the Ferrelview police chief was on site. The employees expressed concern the chief wasnt doing all he could to maintain order. It was like a riot, one person not a city employee told me. Anyway, after the original meeting had adjourned, three members of the board reconvened in what they termed an emergency meeting and voted to suspend Clayton, the police chief, with pay. Something tells me this is not the last well hear on this topic. As is always the case at Ferrelview. What we do know is the police chiefs peace officers license is in jeopardy, with the Administrative Hearing Commission of the State of Missouri set to wade through a plethora of allegations against him in a hearing scheduled for Feb. Speaking of Ferrelview, the board chair and her husband, who is a fellow trustee on the board, have been cleared of any ethical wrongdoing dealing with recent complaints filed at the state level. Ethic complaints filed by political opponents against Theresa Wilson, board of trustees chairman, and her husband, Russell Wilson, a fellow elected board member, have been tossed out by the Missouri Ethics Commission, who found that no reasonable grounds exist to support any alleged violation. The complaints had alleged the Wilsons violated conflict of interest statutes and a nepotism clause. One complaint alleged Theresa Wilson had committed a conflict of interest by voting for herself as chairman. Chairman of the board is paid 1. When you voted for yourself to be chair, your vote was not specifically designed to provide a special monetary benefit to you. The board is required to have a chair and, previous to your election, the board had previously decided to pay the chair 1. Theresa Wilson in writing. The complaint also alleged Russell Wilson violated a nepotism clause when he voted for his wife as chairman. The commission determined the boards selection of Theresa Wilson as chair was not an appointment to a public office because she had already been elected a trustee, the commission told Russell Wilson in a written ruling. So theres that. And just as we head to press Wednesday morning, The Landmark has been told Scott Campbell has resigned as city attorney at Ferrelview. I would not expect a long line of attorneys lining up to take that job. Were getting close to my favorite holiday weekend of the year, folks. Yes, Thanksgiving, the holiday that gets the short end of the deal because nowadays folks start preparing for Christmas the day after Halloween. Why the disrespect for Thanksgiving Anyway, the Thanksgiving holiday always affects our printing schedule here at your ol Landmark. As we have done for years during the week of Thanksgiving, next week well go to press on Tuesday instead of Wednesday. This allows our subscribers in Platte County to receive their copy of The Landmark in the mail prior to the Thursday holiday. Your issue next week will be thick and tight, packed with inserts from retailers promoting their Black Friday deals. Be sure to have a copy in hand as you make your long weekend shopping plans. Good luck to head coach Bill Utz and the Platte County Pirates as they head to Webb City for the state semifinal football game on Saturday. Chris Kamler and I had the opportunity to get to know Utz on a recent Landmark Live episode and were impressed. A buddy of mine a 1. Platte County High School who now lives out of state was also impressed. I have never met Coach Utz but I would eat a brick topped with glass for him right now, my friend texted me right after the show. Thats high praise. Speaking of Landmark Live, brace yourselves, Parkville, well be in you Thursday evening. Alert the authorities. Follow Foley on Twitter ivanfoley and find him on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and You. Tube. Watch Landmark Live every Thursday at 6 p. Facebook. complattecountylandmarkZAHND DESERVES TO SURVIVE THE ATTACK ON HIS ETHICSWritten 1. Remember in last weeks column when I speculated this week would be nutty Confirmed. For up to 1. Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd by John OConnor, a criminal defense attorney. As youll see in our report on the front page, the hearing was held in a meeting room at City Hall in Platte City. I personally sat in on about eight hours of the proceedings, which I feel has given me a pretty good perspective on the issues and the back story. Some thoughts Zahnd did a fantastic job of explaining his thought process and reasoning behind his actions in the Darren Paden case. At question based on the allegations OConnor put in his complaint is whether Zahnd tried to intimidate witnesses, specifically some of those who had written character reference letters to the judge on behalf of Paden, letters that in effect were written with the intent of gaining leniency for the man who had already confessed guilt to repeated awful acts against a young girl over a period of years. Paden had admitted to sexually abusing a young girl for more than a decade. The details of that abuse, which I won t go into here, are sickening. Zahnd explained he had several reasons for sending subpoenas to letter writers, and for including the names in a subsequent press release identifying them as having sent letters on Padens behalf. Several members of the Dearborn community including several prominent names, including former bank president Jerry Hagg and former Platte County Collector Donna Nash appeared to have circled the wagons around the defendant in the case instead of around the young victim, Zahnd explained. The girl was being ostracized in the community and at school. A prosecutor has a legal and ethical obligation to protect victims of crimes.