Klamath 911 announced an attempt to locate for the vehicle with description, details that the suspect was possibly intoxicated, that there was a 6 year old child in the vehicle, and that the suspect had an AK47 rifle. A short time later an Oregon State Police trooper observed the vehicle and a pursuit began near Biehn Street and Crater Lake Parkway, then traveling north on Hwy 97. Units from the Klamath County Sheriff Office and the Oregon State Police were involved as the vehicle attempted to elude.
Medal contenders put their trust and faith in Oakley goggles including Crowbar, A Frame and the new Splice. Along with premium Oakley sunglasses such as Radar, M Frame, Flak Jacket and Enduring, the company’s new Jawbone sunglasses helped athletes keep victory in focus. Oakley’s unrivaled hockey shields were also a favorite in Vancouver.”We could not be more proud of the performances these athletes achieved, nor more honored that they chose to rely on Oakley products for the greatest competitions of their lives,” said Oakley CEO Colin Baden.
Bob Sawyer, Bill Carsten, Chuck Libby, Wayne Chase, 36; 6. Wayne Clukey, Roberta Zdankowski, Tom St Louis, Roger Millett, 36; Pin: No. 6 Debbie Wasilewski 4 2At Rocky Knoll CCThursday Scramble Shawn Charest, Tina Clark, Steve Newcomb, Tyler Brooks 32; Jim Oreskovich, Julie Oreskovich, Chris Murphy, Allen Staples 33; Gary Chessa, Gary Gray, George Hayes, Tom Ivers 34 (mc); Kirk Small, Pete Fournier, Al Feurstock, Doug Higgins 34 (mc); Mike Nelligan, Gary Harriman, Jerry Goss, Jim Daye 34; Pin: No.
The respite of reading seems especially welcome this month, as the world says goodbye to a bitter year. But time with books doesn’t have to be a choice between escape and engagement, as Will Schwalbe reminds readers in his just published “Books for Living.” Reading isn’t just a pleasant diversion, he argues, but a promising connection to the ideas and values that matter most. “Books are uniquely suited to helping us change our relationship to the rhythms and habits of daily life in the world of endless connectivity,” he writes.
The Halls of Amenti are situated in the higher dimensions, and ruled by pure energetic entities that several religions have called Lord the Almighty, Yahweh and Allah. Again, he is the bouncer at the gates. Plato has called it the Demiurge. (Jim Thompson / For The Times)If this year’s baseball season is canceled due to health and safety concerns, most baseball fans will be back next year to support the game that they love. However, if this season is canceled because billionaire owners and millionaire players cannot meet in the middle and settle their financial differences, Major League Baseball will be damaged irreparably and they will never get many of these fans back. During this unprecedented time of economic hardship and uncertainty for so many people, the last thing in the world anyone wants to hear about is these incredibly privileged individuals quibbling over who gets the biggest piece of the pie.Garden GroveJust read that Scott Boras is encouraging baseball players not to play unless they get a pure pro rated salary.