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🌱Nassau Guns head to Ukraine + Mepham Chops Locks for charity

Happy Saturday, Merrick! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening today. First, today’s weather forecast: Shower and thunderstorm. High: 55 Low: 49. Here are Merrick’s top four stories today: A Hempstead Teen has been reported missing. Heimy Rodezno-Flores, 15 years old, was last seen 2 a.m. at her house on Friday, March 18. […]

Humor

WAPO Petri on leave – a bit of humor

Governor Kim Reynolds – Iowa Hawkeye State Hey America, the GOP has a message These types of experts don’t hear well. They continue to miss the foxy in all of Senator Mitch’s clear proclamations. Elect us, we love power and money. What’s more important? The GOP knows what America wants. He wants to pamper and […]

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This Day in History – February 16 – Hijinx, Humor and Insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present Gary Jenneke’s “This Day In History” column. You can read the original on Gary’s THIS DAY IN HISTORY blog – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique look at the comings and goings of life. *** ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY… FEBRUARY 16 *** 600 – “God bless you. […]

Hunting

Trail cameras for deer hunting: yes or no?

Over the past four years, several western states have enacted regulations against the use of trail cameras, primarily cameras capable of transmitting data instantaneously, for use in harvesting wildlife. The new laws are actually supported by most hunters and are based on the concept of fair hunting. The constantly changing technology, whether in the hunting […]

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5th graders learn to shoot guns in a Wyoming school gymnasium

A school district in Wyoming has released photos of 5th and 6th graders shooting air rifles at targets in a school gymnasium. Screenshot of Hot Springs County School District #1 Facebook post. A school district in Wyoming recently used a gymnasium as a shooting range, training fifth- and sixth-grade students in marksmanship during physical education. […]

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Central Minnesota author has a knack for finding humor in everyday life

OLIVIA, Minnesota – If the Coen brothers had discovered the writings of Chuck Brown, their movie ‘Fargo’ might have been named after a different city, but it certainly would have retained all of the satire and humor, if not the comedy. black. And no doubt, a Brown-inspired film would also be populated by rural Minnesota […]

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Olivia author has a knack for finding humor in everyday life – West Central Tribune

OLIVIA – If the Coen brothers had discovered the writings of Chuck Brown, their movie “Fargo” might have been named after a different city, but it would certainly have retained all the satire and humor, if not the dark comedy. And no doubt, a Brown-inspired film would also be populated by rural Minnesota characters that […]

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This Day in History – February 8 – Hijinx, Humor and Insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present Gary Jenneke’s “This Day In History” column. You can read the original on Gary’s THIS DAY IN HISTORY blog – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique look at the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… FEBRUARY 8 *** 1690 – Schenectady Massacre. 200 French […]

Hunting

‘A conservationist with a gun’: Inside Steven Rinella’s hunting empire

“I always have that HATE shirt in my closet to remind me of that,” Rinella told me. We were sitting in his backyard at the home he shares with his wife, Katie, and their three young children in an upscale Bozeman neighborhood. The leaves of the aspen in front had turned madly golden, and the […]

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Rick Ross Explains How to Use Teen Humor to Cover Academic Difficulties

The tycoon turned into a class clown and admitted that he “hasn’t learned my multiplication yet”. Artists have often spoken openly about their childhoods and the struggles they faced. Some dealt with poverty, some with bullying, and some with academic issues, and in a new interview with AfroTech, Rick Ross explained why he used humor […]

Hunting

Locals Share Fun Hunting Stories | People

Since Buffalo Bill guided the Prince of Monaco in 1913, hunters have traveled to the peaks and grasslands of Cody Country to capture their game. Along with the stories of strategies and near misses, these folks always seem to have a fun story worth repeating year after year. Beau Tipton tells the story of an […]

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Bill would sue parents for allowing children access to firearms | Local News

The August shooting death of a 13-year-old Albuquerque boy by one of his classmates prompted a bill before the Legislature to hold gun owners accountable if their guns fall into the hands of children. The Bennie Hargrove gun safety law, named after the student killed in the shooting at his downtown Albuquerque school, would make […]

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This Day in History – January 18 – Hijinx, Humor and Insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present Gary Jenneke’s “This Day In History” column. You can read the original on Gary’s THIS DAY IN HISTORY blog – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique look at the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… JANUARY 18 *** 1535 – Pizarro founds Lima, Peru. […]

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Moose hunting class teaches students about food

NIKISKI, Alaska – Before the sun rose on November 11, 10 students from Nikiski Middle & High School had gathered with their teacher, Jesse Bjorkman, in the parking lot of a gas station here in this small community in the Kenai Peninsula – to prepare for a moose hunt. Scattered among five vehicles, the group […]

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The dark humor and remarkable life of Ollie Harrington on display at OSU

Ollie Harrington’s sixth-grade teacher Miss McCoy inspired him to become a designer, but not because she recognized his artistic talents. Instead, as Harrington related later in life, McCoy would call Ollie and another black student in front of the class and say, “These two, being black, belong in the trash.” Young Harrington was powerless to […]

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This Day in History – January 2 – Hijinx, humor and insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present “This Day In History” column by Gary Jenneke. You can read the original at Gary’s Blog THIS DAY IN HISTORY – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique take on the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… JANUARY 2 *** 1791 – Big Bottom Massacre. […]

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Texas police chief uses humor to connect with community

When a shoplifter steals dandruff shampoo from a local store or a motorist is arrested on multiple felony charges, Lytle Police Chief Richard “Richey” Priest keeps his community informed with a wry humor and folksy, unassuming demeanor. For at least 10 years, Priest has published weekly written reports summarizing crimes, arrests and traffic stops in […]

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Lytle Police Chief Uses Humor To Connect With Community

When a shoplifter steals dandruff shampoo from a local store or a motorist is arrested for multiple misdemeanors, Lytle Police Chief Richard “Richey” Priest keeps his community informed with wry humor and folkloristic and unpretentious behavior. For at least 10 years, Priest has published weekly written reports recapping crimes, arrests and traffic stops in his […]

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Celia Rivenbark’s Holiday Humor: Your Guide to These Confusing Party Dress Rules

It’s the holidays and now that we’re (mostly) back to face-to-face gatherings, it’s time to revisit those confusing dress code instructions. What is the beach casual about? Or a creative black tie? Or business casual or cocktail attire or, uh, sporty casual? I have no idea. What? Did you think it was going to be […]

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This Day in History – December 14 – Hijinx, humor and insight

*** NewsWhistle is pleased to present “This Day In History” column by Gary Jenneke. You can read the original at Gary’s Blog THIS DAY IN HISTORY – or scroll down to enjoy Gary’s unique take on the comings and goings of life. *** THIS DAY IN HISTORY… DECEMBER 14 *** 1702 – Revenge of the […]

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🌱 CityMD Expansion + Ozone Park Teacher Arrested + Ghost Weapons

Happy Saturday Queens! Let all of you catch up to start today on an informed note. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Becoming windier with the showers. High: 62 Low: 44. Here are the best stories today in Queens: A woman has died after a fire broke out in the Queensbridge North […]

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Official responds to guns found at Dallas County school

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – The Dallas County Deputy Superintendent speaks for the first time after three loaded guns were found in a classroom and several students were arrested. Three students were taken into custody on Friday after investigators received an anonymous call warning them that a loaded gun had been brought to Southside High School. […]

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3 loaded guns found in a Dallas County classroom; Several students arrested

DALLAS COUNTY, Alabama (WSFA) – Three students were arrested after investigators received an anonymous call warning that a loaded gun had been brought to Southside High School in Dallas County on Friday. Dallas County Sheriff Mike Granthum said officers immediately closed the school and, using the appellant’s information, proceeded to a specific classroom. The sheriff […]

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Los Angeles City Council bans ghost weapons – NBC Los Angeles

The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance prohibiting the possession, purchase, sale, receipt and transportation of “phantom weapons” in Los Angeles. The ordinance was requested by a motion from councilors Paul Koretz and Paul Krekorian, which was also passed unanimously by council. It will then go to Mayor Eric Garcetti, whose office has […]

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What you should know about “ghost weapons”

A “ghost weapon” is a type of firearm that cannot be found, is legal, and increasingly readily available. PHOENIX – Police in Phoenix said on Tuesday that the weapon used in a Cesar Chavez high school shooting was a “phantom weapon,” a type of firearm that cannot be found, legal and increasingly obtainable. Here are […]

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Across the Divide: Self-satisfaction using firearms undermines the 2nd Amendment | Opinion

By Becky Bennett Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal and the onset of hunting season make guns a topic around rural holiday tables. I wrote about the fact that firearms are a “normal”, if not necessary, part of everyday rural life. But gun owners need to give serious thought to our reaction to the Kenosha debacle, in which […]