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Huge column of black smoke 12:30pm at Empire Ranch Golf Course

Empire Ranch Golf Course

12:15pm. A tall, thick column of smoke drifted up high in the air over Empire Ranch Golf Course early this afternoon.  At first glance it looked like it might have been a house fire.  But as it turned out the smoke was coming from an active golf course maintenance crew, cleaning out some ditches at the northwest corner of the facility.  

Carson City Firefighters at an apartment fire over off Russell Way noticed the tall, thick column of smoke to the east but quickly learned over their radios that it was a control burn at Empire Ranch Golf Course.  

WOODBURY CALLS FOR CORONER’S INQUEST ON MALONE DEATH

DISTRICT ATTORNEY WOODBURY CALLS FOR CORONER’S INQUEST ON MALONE DEATH

CARSON CITY, NEVADA –District Attorney Jason Woodbury has called for a coroner’s inquest relating to the February 15, 2020 killing of Clint Garett Malone in Carson City. Malone, 37, died as the result of multiple stab wounds inflicted at a residence on Woodside Drive. In a Petition for Coroner’s Inquest filed Tuesday with the Carson City Justice Court, Woodbury identified 35 potential witnesses and 103 potential items of evidence for the inquest, which he expects to last three days.

By law, the Carson City coroner must investigate any death which occurs under circumstances which may be occasioned by unnatural means. The District Attorney then reviews the coroner’s investigation to determine whether an inquest is warranted. Sheriff Ken Furlong serves as the coroner for Carson City.

“Based on the information gathered in the investigation to date and in consultation with Sheriff Furlong, I have determined an inquest is appropriate under the circumstances of this case,” said Woodbury, adding, “This proceeding allows us to present all the evidence in this matter and see what a jury decides the evidence shows.” Furlong said he “appreciated the transparency of the inquest process.” “This is our best opportunity to provide the public the full extent of the investigation,” he said.

A coroner’s inquest is not a criminal proceeding. Its purpose is to determine whether the conduct that resulted in an individual’s death was legally justified, excused, or criminal. If it is determined to be criminal, it may be referred for criminal proceedings. Three Carson City residents qualified to serve as jurors will be selected to serve as the jury for the inquest. A justice of the peace presides and will instruct the jury on the law it must apply to the evidence presented. Following the presentation of evidence and instruction on the applicable law, the jury will be asked to return a verdict reflecting the manner of death.

Woodbury said the next step in the process calls for the Carson City Justice Court to schedule the inquest hearing.

 

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs…what makes the world go round…

RENO, Nev. — At the end of each year, the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada celebrates myriad companies it helped woo to the Northern Nevada region.

This year, EDAWN assisted 30 companies to relocate and/or expand their workforce to the Greater Reno-Sparks region.

According to a Dec. 15 press release, these businesses are expected to add a combined 2,295 new jobs at an average wage of $28 in the coming years. Further, 11 of the companies will establish new corporate headquarters in Northern Nevada.

“On behalf of the entire EDAWN Team, I would like to welcome these new and expanding companies to our region,” Mike Kazmierski, CEO of EDAWN, said in a statement.  “I want to also acknowledge all of our partners (what we like to call the EDAWN Team) for your support and assistance throughout the year.  I can tell you that this kind of cooperation from government, education and business does not happen in most places and it makes our job easier (even in these tough times) as economic developers because it truly gives us a competitive advantage.”

Typically, the region’s new companies are celebrated at an end-of-year celebration hosted by EDAWN; that was canceled this year due to the pandemic.

Below is the full list of new companies and details about each included in the Dec. 15 press release:

AeroSafe Global

Delivers cold-chain services for the bio-pharma industry that result in zero temperature excursions for every client, every product, every time.

  • Jobs Created: 50
  • Located From: NY
  • New location: Sparks, NV
  • Relocation

Affinity Development Group

Specializes in developing affinity and Customer Relationship Management programs for clients with established brands and customer bases.

  • Jobs Created: 200
  • Located From: CA
  • New location: Reno, NV
  • Relocation

Algorithmic Intuition

Ai2 is leading the charge in leveraging sensor algorithms and machine learning for eldercare monitoring, allowing aging in place to become the standard.

  • Jobs Created: 10
  • Located From: CA
  • New location: Reno, NV
  • Relocation, HQ

American Battery Technology Company

A clean technology platform that increases production of primary metals used in batteries that power electric cars, grid storage applications, consumer electronics and power tools.

  • Jobs Created: 100
  • Located From: CA
  • New location: Fernley, NV
  • Relocation, HQ

American Highway – A Simplex Company

A manufacturer and supplier of infrastructure products to highway contractors and distributors throughout the USA and Canada.

  • Jobs Created: 80
  • Located From: CA
  • New location: Fernley, NV
  • Relocation, HQ

Atlantic Packaging

Providing expertise in packaging equipment, high-performance materials, warehousing and distribution, and sustainable packaging options for e-commerce, retail, and industrial operations across North America.

  • Jobs Created: 10
  • Located From: NC
  • New location: Reno, NV
  • Relocation

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Despite the pandemic, Nevada’s still recruiting industrial growth….

The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board of Directors today approved abatements for 11 companies that will generate $90,207,019 in tax revenue and create 1,991 jobs over the next 10 years.  “I am glad to welcome these companies to the Silver State to help to diversify our economy and create in-demand, high-skilled, and good-paying jobs,” Governor Steve Sisolak said. “As we continue to navigate the challenges presented by the ongoing pandemic, job creation and rebuilding our economy remains a top priority.”

The companies that were approved for abatements by the GOED Board today include:

  • Acorn Pulp Group, LLC, in Washoe County received a an estimated $616,706 in tax abatements but will produce an estimated $4,073,084 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 54 jobs at an average wage of $24.33 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $340,433,164 with 119 jobs.
  • American Battery Technology Company in Lyon County received an estimated $1,331,016 in tax abatements but will produce $7,544,803 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $45.47 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $348,467,751 with 89 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $18,091,250 with an estimated 160 construction jobs.
  • Beyond Meat, Inc., in Washoe County received an estimated $4,390,290 in tax abatements but will produce $13,488,036 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 135 jobs at an average wage of $23.61 per hour and make an initial capital equipment investment of $42.2 million. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $903,162,299 that includes 343 jobs.
  • Centerline Structural Innovations, Inc., of Washoe County received an estimated $348,806 in tax abatements but will generate an estimated $9,118,430 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 55 jobs at an average wage of $37.44 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $451,930,521 that includes 261 jobs. This project will
    also make a capital equipment investment of $3,351,051 and create an estimated 18 construction jobs.
  • GigaCrete, Inc., of Clark County received an estimated $454,337 in tax abatements but will produce $3,116,263 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $26.10 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $114,693,517 that includes 70 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $5,967,600.
  • Lithion Battery, Inc., of Clark County received an estimated $533,869 in tax abatements but will produce $2,916,142 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 22 jobs at an average wage of $30.41 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $140,921,666 that includes 65 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $5,179,049.
  • Nanotech Energy Inc., of Washoe County received an estimated $20,716,652 in tax abatements but will produce $21,840,024 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 57 jobs at an average wage of $30.56 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $586,085,854 that includes 302 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $260,150,000 and create an estimated 171 construction jobs.
  • Safe Life Defense, LLC of Clark County received an estimated $288,532 in tax abatements but will produce $12,853,427 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $24.59. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $526,300,998 that includes 377 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $2,319,300 and create an estimated 18 construction jobs.
  • SAMSARG, Inc., of Lyon County received an estimated $126,646 in tax abatements but will produce $6,417,240 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $53.88 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $725,722,245 that includes 180 jobs in addition to an estimated 46 construction jobs.
  • Sonoma Creamery LLC of Washoe County received an estimated $696,713 in tax abatements but will produce $5,841,253 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $24.40 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $349,840,323 that includes 117 jobs. This project will also make a capital investment of $6,238,412 .
  • ZLINE Kitchen and Bath, LLC of Washoe County received an estimated $69,333 in tax abatements but will produce $2,998,317 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $26.86 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $80,199,234 that includes 77 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $593,894 and create an estimated four construction jobs.

About the Governor’s Office of Economic Development
Created during the 2011 session of the Nevada Legislature, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is the result of a collaborative effort between the Nevada Legislature and the Governor’s Office to restructure economic development in the state. GOED’s role is to promote a robust, diversified and prosperous economy in Nevada, to stimulate business expansion and retention, encourage entrepreneurial enterprise, attract new businesses and facilitate community development. More information on the Governor’s Office of Economic Development can be viewed at

Two kids runaway from a Carson City group home – CCSO trying to track them down…

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with locating two runaway juveniles. On December 31, 2020 Kieth Smith and Corey Del Rosario ran away from a group home in Carson City. Keith and Corey do not have any medical problems and are not considered at risk.
Kieth Smith is 16 years-old 5’08” / 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Kieth was last seen wearing a white sweater and white jeans. Kieth has a cross tattoo on the left side of his neck. Smith is from the Reno area. No photo available.

Corey Del Rosario is 15 years-old 5″07″ / 170 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Corey was last seen wearing a black sweater and blue jeans. Corey does not have any tattoo’s. No photo of Corey available.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch (775) 887-2008, Investigation Division, Sergeant Craig Lowe (775) 283-7815, Lieutenant Daniel Gonzales at (775) 283-7850, or Secret Witness (775) 322-4900.

New companies moving to Nevada to create nearly $100 million in tax revenue and nearly 2,000 jobs…

CARSON CITY, Nev. – The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board of Directors today approved abatements for 11 companies that will generate $90,207,019 in tax revenue and create 1,991 jobs over the next 10 years.
“I am glad to welcome these companies to the Silver State to help to diversify our economy and create in-demand, high-skilled, and good-paying jobs,” Governor Steve Sisolak said. “As we continue to navigate the challenges presented by the ongoing pandemic, job creation and rebuilding our economy remains a top priority.”

The companies that were approved for abatements by the GOED Board today include:

  • Acorn Pulp Group, LLC, in Washoe County received a an estimated $616,706 in tax abatements but will produce an estimated $4,073,084 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 54 jobs at an average wage of $24.33 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $340,433,164 with 119 jobs.
  • American Battery Technology Company in Lyon County received an estimated $1,331,016 in tax abatements but will produce $7,544,803 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $45.47 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $348,467,751 with 89 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $18,091,250 with an estimated 160 construction jobs.
  • Beyond Meat, Inc., in Washoe County received an estimated $4,390,290 in tax abatements but will produce $13,488,036 million in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 135 jobs at an average wage of $23.61 per hour and make an initial capital equipment investment of $42.2 million. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $903,162,299 that includes 343 jobs.
  • Centerline Structural Innovations, Inc., of Washoe County received an estimated $348,806 in tax abatements but will generate an estimated $9,118,430 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 55 jobs at an average wage of $37.44 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $451,930,521 that includes 261 jobs. This project will
    also make a capital equipment investment of $3,351,051 and create an estimated 18 construction jobs.
  • GigaCrete, Inc., of Clark County received an estimated $454,337 in tax abatements but will produce $3,116,263 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $26.10 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $114,693,517 that includes 70 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $5,967,600.
  • Lithion Battery, Inc., of Clark County received an estimated $533,869 in tax abatements but will produce $2,916,142 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 22 jobs at an average wage of $30.41 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $140,921,666 that includes 65 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $5,179,049.
  • Nanotech Energy Inc., of Washoe County received an estimated $20,716,652 in tax abatements but will produce $21,840,024 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 57 jobs at an average wage of $30.56 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $586,085,854 that includes 302 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $260,150,000 and create an estimated 171 construction jobs.
  • Safe Life Defense, LLC of Clark County received an estimated $288,532 in tax abatements but will produce $12,853,427 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $24.59. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $526,300,998 that includes 377 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $2,319,300 and create an estimated 18 construction jobs.
  • SAMSARG, Inc., of Lyon County received an estimated $126,646 in tax abatements but will produce $6,417,240 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $53.88 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $725,722,245 that includes 180 jobs in addition to an estimated 46 construction jobs.
  • Sonoma Creamery LLC of Washoe County received an estimated $696,713 in tax abatements but will produce $5,841,253 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 50 jobs at an average wage of $24.40 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $349,840,323 that includes 117 jobs. This project will also make a capital investment of $6,238,412 .
  • ZLINE Kitchen and Bath, LLC of Washoe County received an estimated $69,333 in tax abatements but will produce $2,998,317 in tax revenues over the next 10 years. The company will initially create 25 jobs at an average wage of $26.86 per hour. The estimated economic impact over the next 10 years is $80,199,234 that includes 77 jobs. This project will also make a capital equipment investment of $593,894 and create an estimated four construction jobs.

About the Governor’s Office of Economic Development
Created during the 2011 session of the Nevada Legislature, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is the result of a collaborative effort between the Nevada Legislature and the Governor’s Office to restructure economic development in the state. GOED’s role is to promote a robust, diversified and prosperous economy in Nevada, to stimulate business expansion and retention, encourage entrepreneurial enterprise, attract new businesses and facilitate community development. More information on the Governor’s Office of Economic Development can be viewed at diversifynevada.com.

Carson City Sheriff’s Deputies are on the lookout for drivers who aren’t paying attention to the road…

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office will be joining forces with other Nevada Law Enforcement Agencies from January 15th through January 25th to be on the lookout for distracted drivers.

Nevada law prohibits talking on a cell phone while driving.  The law also prohibits texting while driving. It’s pretty specific. If a person is caught texting while driving or talking on the phone while driving, they may face an expensive traffic ticket.

Can you text and drive in Nevada? NO.  Are there exceptions?  YES:

  • Emergency personnel ( performing their duties)
  • Public Employees (performing their duties)
  • Federal Communications Commission (conducting emergency drills)
  • A citizen reporting and emergency

Texting aside, there are many types of distractions to drivers other than cell phone use, such as, eating and drinking, talking to passengers, reading, putting on makeup or combing your hair, using a navigation device or reading a map, watching videos, changing your radio station, playing with your dogs, cats or birds. (Yes, birds, you know who you are)

It is all of our responsibility to drive responsible and watch out for others. Even if it is not specifically listed in the statute as unlawful, distracted driving is dangerous and could lead to a crash.

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office remains dedicated to bringing the number of fatalities on our roadways to zero through increasing public awareness about the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. More information about safe driving and the state’s Zero Fatalities goal is available online at www.ZeroFatalitiesNV.com

Don’t drive sleepy and don’t drive without your seat belt…

On Saturday, January 9th at approximately 2:21 p.m., Nevada Highway Patrol Troopers responded to a crash involving a single vehicle on US-95 and Mineral County mile marker 89.

Preliminary investigation shows that a maroon 2002 Pontiac Grand Am was northbound on US-95 near Mineral County mile marker 89. The vehicle crossed the centerline, went off the west shoulder and overturned, coming to rest on its roof.

The driver, Jonathan McMahon, a 46-year-old Las Vegas resident, was unrestrained and declared deceased at the scene.

This crash is being investigated by the Nevada Highway Patrol Northern Command West Multi-Disciplinary Investigation and Reconstruction Team (M.I.R.T.)

See! That didn’t hurt!!

NV Attorney General Aaron Ford
Getting his Covid-19 vaccine shot!

Attorney General Aaron Ford Receives COVID-19 Vaccine – Encourages Nevadans to get Vaccinated

Carson City – As a member of law enforcement and tier one vaccinations, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford received his COVID-19 vaccination yesterday. He has the following message for all Nevadans:

“Stopping a pandemic requires everyone’s help,” said AG Ford. “Vaccines work hand in hand with your immune system to help your body fight the COVID-19 virus if you’re exposed. Wearing masks and social distancing can also help reduce your risk. Yesterday, I was vaccinated as a member of law enforcement. The process is quick, easy, and free to all Nevadans. As part of a minority group even more vulnerable to this virus, this vaccine is all the more important. I’m encouraging all Nevadans to do their part by getting vaccinated. Help yourself and others, and stay strong Nevada.

Cell phones and driving is a deadly mix!

If You’re Behind the Wheel holding a phone against your ear, it’s Against the Law!

Use of any Handheld Electronic Device While Driving is Illegal in Nevada!!

Between January 15 and January 25, 2021, Nevada’s law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be Joining Forces and citing distracted drivers. Nevada law clearly states that any use of a handheld electronic device—cell phone, mp3 player, GPS device, etc. — while driving is illegal. Nevada’s ban on handheld devices while driving went into effect January 1, 2012, and still, law enforcement continues to spot and cite offenders every day. The Governors Highway Safety Association provides the following tips to help limit driving distractions and increase safety:

  • Turn it off. Turn your phone off or switch to silent mode before you get in the car.
  • Spread the word. Set up a special message to tell callers that you are driving and you’ll

    get back to them as soon as possible.

  • If you need to make a call, find a legal and safe place to pull over and park first
  • Use your passengers. Ask a passenger to make the call for you.
  • Prepare. Review maps and directions before you start to drive. If you need help when

    you are on the road, pull over to a safe location to review the directions again.

  • Focus on the task at hand. Refrain from smoking, eating, drinking, reading and any

    other activity that takes your mind and eyes off the road.

    Taking your eyes off the road for even one second can change your life or someone else’s life forever. The Nevada Highway Patrol urges you to be a safe, distraction-free driver.

    The Nevada Department of Public Safety’s- Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) provides funding for law enforcement agencies to participate in Joining Forces to reduce traffic deaths and injuries on Nevada roadways. Visit www.zerofatalitiesnv.com for more information.

Apartment fire at 860 East Fifth

5:35pm  Report of a fire inside an apartment at 860 East Fifth Street, #106.  Fire units are enroute.

5:45pm  Situation under control.  Gas company is being summoned to the scene.

5:50pm  Firefighters say gas company not necessary.

Covid-19 Update

Quad-County COVID-19 Update: 34 New Cases and 49 Recoveries 

(Carson City, NV)- Carson City Health and Human Services (CCHHS) is reporting 34 new cases and 49 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brings the total number of cases to 9,953, with 5,210 recoveries and 152 deaths; 4,591 cases remain active.

Carson City Health and Human Services is working to identify close risk contacts to prevent further spread of the disease.

County Total Cases Active Cases Recovered Deaths
Carson City 5,343 2,467 2,796 80
Douglas County 2,176 1,024 1,127 25
Lyon County 2,366 1,080 1,241 45
Storey County 68 20 46 2
TOTAL 9,953 4,591 5,210 152

Gender and age break down of the cases by county as well as the cases by zip code, found athttps://gethealthycarsoncity.org/novel-coronavirus-2019/ will be updated as information becomes available. Statewide numbers can be found at the Nevada Health Response website (nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/).

Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing for Quad-County Residents

Testing is for Quad-County (Carson City, Douglas, Lyon, and Storey County) residents ONLY, all others will be turned away. Events may be canceled 48 hours in advance if inclement weather is expected. Testing is free of charge, no appointments or reservations. To view all upcoming events visit  https://gethealthycarsoncity.org/events/.

Date Time Location
01/13/2021 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Lockwood Senior Center

800 Peri Ranch Rd, Lockwood

01/15/2021 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Carson City Corporate Yard

549 Airport Rd, Carson City

For those who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have questions, call the Quad-County COVID-19 Hotline Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Spanish speakers are available. The phone number is (775) 434-1988.

 

Nevada Attorney General: “Stop spreading lies….”

Aaron Ford
Nevada AG

Attorney General Ford Issues Statement on Letter From Nye County Republican Chairman  

Carson City, NV – Today, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford issued the following statement in response to a letter from Nye County Republican Chairman Chris Zimmerman:

“As we have learned last week, words may lead to actions, and both have consequences,” said AG Ford. “Those peddling conspiracy theories and lies must take personal responsibility for their words and the consequences of pushing these lies on a public looking for guidance. This includes the leader of a local political organization whose recent letter lends to the inflamed passions that likewise led to the insurrection we all just experienced.”  “Let’s be clear: If so-called “evidence” of widespread voter fraud was so clear and convincing, it would have been persuasive to any of the many, many courts that heard challenges to the election. Yet judges across the country rejected these claims for one reason: These claims are false. As we have seen, perpetuating these lies or standing quietly aside as others do so in your name has deadly consequences. I will not so quietly stand and, instead, expressly denounce these lies.” 

“Our nation is at a crossroads,” continued AG Ford. “Every elected official and community leader faces a choice. Will you accept the will of the people in this election, even if you were disappointed by the outcome, and channel your energy to unifying our country?  Or will you continue to baselessly lie and defame our democracy and your fellow Americans who risked their health to ensure every eligible citizen could exercise their right to vote in a pandemic?  

“Since its inception, our nation has endeavored to create a ‘more perfect union.’ I was raised as a true patriot, believing that America is the world’s best example of democracy, albeit one that requires consistent improvement. The hope and steadfast belief in our democracy has always been a guiding star. Even in the midst of the Civil War, as blood was spilled just miles away from our Nation’s capital by brother fighting brother, the construction of the Capitol Dome continued rising high into the skyline. Our country, including my ancestors, kept building the seat of our democracy because we believed in its inevitability. Now, over 100 years later, the flag of traitors flew in those hallowed halls, and blood was spilled on its doorsteps to stop one of our most sacred features — the peaceful transition of power.” 

“What is at stake is nothing short of allowing our children to be the first generation of Americans to grow up without steadfast confidence in America’s democracy and our Nation’s exceptionalism. Failure is unacceptable. That’s why I’ll continue the work toward re-affirming that our Country is, indeed, ‘one Nation, under God, Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.’” 

 

Traffic Crash at William and Saliman

12 Noon – Report of a traffic accident at Saliman and William.  Watch for emergency vehicles.

12:01pm – Reports from the scene say one person has a sore shoulder.   The accident is on Saliman, just south of William.

12:04pm – It’s a rear-ender accident.

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