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Peterson was in the car with Dustin the night of his deadly crash. He says, “I don know, there just too many words to say, I mean I could probably ramble on and on. I just. I mean. I don know what to say to be honest.”

Jackie Holmes is Dustin mom. She says, “3 years ago yesterday, he passed away in a bad car accident he was smoking K2 at the time and after that happened, I went into a very dark place myself.”

To help cope with the loss of her son,
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Jackie Holmes turned to drugs and alcohol. She says, “I started drinking a lot and a little over a year ago I started using meth again.”

But now she is clean and despite that dark time, Holmes is now working to shed light on drug abuse.

She says she wants to prevent anyone else from the suffering she and her family endured. “The mental health services in Illinois are very depleted at this point, and that what happens a lot of times is mental health issues. You turn to drugs or alcohol to help you deal with them and numb the pain.”

So she raising drug overdose awareness and trying to help start a sober living house in Pekin.

Holmes says, “There has been such an increase in overdose in in the Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford County areas that we need the awareness out there.”

Hope Fest is a family friendly event that is being held inside of the Pekin dome on April 8th to raise money for the Sober Living house in Pekin.
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The MTA is still more than a year away from the start of tunnel repairs that will halt L train service to and from Manhattan, disrupting the routines of more than 200,000 people every day. But preparations for the shutdown already are inconveniencing riders on another line. Transit reporter Jose Martinez takes a look.

When the L train stops running next year between Brooklyn and Manhattan, many of that line’s refugees in Brooklyn will likely migrate to the G train.

The prep work for their arrival at the Court Square station where riders on the G train can transfer to the E, M and 7 lines has turned the rush hour into a smush hour.

“Oh it’s a mess, a mess. I’ve been down there, it’s just like everybody’s just in one huge circle. And I’m in this box like this. I gotta be stood up like this,” said one subway rider.

That’s because the MTA is adding three stairways to the G train platform in anticipation of the influx of riders from the L line.

The construction is making for cramped conditions on the platform and in the passageway linking to other parts of the sprawling subway complex.

“I rush to go to work. But it’s time consuming, for that reason,
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because of the tight squeeze,” said one subway rider.

“Sometimes I bump into the crowds and I don’t feel comfortable because then I have to transfer and it’s going to make my commute longer,” noted another rider.

As part of the work, two existing staircases are being widened to make them comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

It’s all creating a squeeze during the peak hours even with the MTA’s addition of platform conductors trying to move everyone along.

“It’s like really crowded, it’s hard to like get through. Sometimes you feel uncomfortable,” said one subway rider.

“It’s crazy, a lot of pushing and shoving. G train is crazy,” said another rider.

It’s all a preview of things to come in April of next year when repairs begin on the L train tunnel beneath the East River, and service to and from Manhattan is halted.
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military helicoptersThat why he be a keynote speaker at an agricultural conference in Romania in three weeks. And that why Indiana second largest brewery uses Lehman fruits to concoct a pair of sour ales, a tart beverage gaining popularity among craft beer aficionados.

really believe the future of the pawpaw and persimmon markets is very bright, Lehman said.

Both have long been backwoods novelties like morel mushrooms, another holy grail caliber Hoosier delicacy. Both fruits are as American as apple pie, in fact, even more so. Apple pies actually emerged from England in the 14th century, according to What Cooking America. By contrast, the trees bearing pawpaws and persimmons are indigenous to the United States, growing wild in forests east of the Mississippi, including those flanking the Wabash River valley.

In 1989, Lehman decided to grow those fruits in his own grove as a creative outlet, tinkering with grafts and breeds along the way. Today, he and his wife, Barbara, tend to one of the country largest pawpaw patches, with 350 trees, as well as 1,000 persimmon trees. Each tree and fruit have unique qualities, Lehman explained.

That exactly what brewers at Upland Brewing Company in Bloomington wanted in 2013, when they began toying with the idea of adding pawpaw to their roster of sour ale flavors. Those sours with their initial, pucker inducing tang are themselves unique among craft beers.

Traditional ales take two to three weeks brewing time, and lagers four to five weeks. Upland sours age in old wooden wine barrels for three months to three years, employing a brewing style that originated centuries ago in Belgium. The longer fermentation and use of wild varieties of yeast have these sour, really funky, wild tastes, said Pete Batule, Upland vice president of brewing operations.

Pawpaw, the fist sized fruit with a banana custard taste, fit perfectly among Upland lineup of sour ale flavors, joining peach, blueberry, black raspberry, strawberry, cherry, (dried) mulberry, kiwi and persimmon, among others. The brewery, which also produces Champagne Velvet (the iconic brand from Terre Haute beer heyday), uses Lehman fruit to craft its pawpaw and persimmon sour ales.

Batule toured Lehman orchard on May 16, talking with the 81 year old farmer and former Motorola TV service shop owner about the peculiarities of the fruits, their adaptability to brewing and Lehman upcoming journey to next month for Life and Life for Agriculture conference at Bucharest, Romania.

The two men also realized they share a willingness to go through the trial and error process. Sometimes an attempt to breed a new fruit variety fails, such as the seedless pawpaw. it had to be tried, Lehman emphasized. In Upland quest for new beer flavors, some simply didn work, Batule said.

do a lot of experimenting, Lehman said, pointing to Batule as they walked between rows of pawpaw trees.

just a ton of innovation going on in the craft beer industry, Batule responded. exciting. Indeed, the number of craft beer breweries in Indiana both large and small jumped from 46 in 2011 to 127 this year, according to the Brewers Association. And they being adventurous. The No. 1 craft beer trend in 2017 is that is consumers favorite flavor, meaning they anxious to experiment, too.

Pawpaws creamy taste, similar to tropical fruits such as papaya and mango, and the sweetness of persimmons are rare enough to intrigue those consumers quest for something new. They result in ales with a cidery flavor, sour and fruit forward, Batule said, with a crisp finish and little aftertaste. Upland Pawpaw and Persimmon sour ales available only at the company Wood Shop sour brewery in Bloomington and its tasting room in Indianapolis Broad Ripple district sell out within two weeks of their release, he added.

The quick consumption is partly because of the ales popularity, and partly because of Upland produces only small quantities of Pawpaw and Persimmon. The fruits are harder to find than peaches or hops. Plus, the pawpaws shelf life is short, three weeks or less, so they difficult to ship long distances. The short, 55 mile truck ride from Lehman farm to Upland minimizes that problem.
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Alex Pearce, 22, and Bradley Hill, 24, have been added to the group, with David Mundy, Aaron Sandilands, Michael Walters and 24 year old Lachie Neale continuing their leadership roles.

The key defender represented Fremantle for the first time in 645 days in Freo opening JLT Community Series clash on Sunday and has impressed with his fortitude during a long recovery process.

means a lot to get voted in by your peers, Pearce said.

been lucky enough to be at the club for a while now and learn from the leaders who have gone before, so I just hoping that I can do the club proud. said the addition of himself and Hill into the group illustrates that Fremantle is entering a new era with its younger players.

shows where our group is now, Pearce said.

past couple of years, we had 22 new players,
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including Bradley, and I really excited to see what he can do as he been a great leader.

Hill becomes the fifth Doig Medallist to join the current group, with the 2017 club champion taking on a leadership role in his second year at the club.

The running midfielder 117 game career includes 22 games at Fremantle and 95 at Hawthorn, where he played in three premierships.

Despite his on field achievements, Hill was surprised to be recognised as one of the club up and coming leaders after just one season at Fremantle.

be honest, I wasn really expecting it, Hill said.

I only been here for one season and to hear that all the players rate me highly around the place, I glad to be a part of it.

I can put in a lot to this leadership group and help the young players grow and help this team grow into a successful team. approaching his second year as captain, Fyfe was delighted to see two young faces added as leaders.

lucky enough to have Alex Pearce and Bradley Hill join us in the leadership to make a seven man group, Fyfe said.

these guys have grown enormously over the past couple of years in their leadership capabilities and skills. They will add a lot. 2015 Brownlow Medallist said that veteran defender Lee Spurr, who was a part of Fremantle leadership group from 2014 to 2017, played an important part in Fyfe own development and will continue to play a guiding role as one of Fremantle most experienced players.

contribution has been enormous and I really grateful for the work he did with me particularly. But it does show the shift that we gone on during the past two years,
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with 22 new players on our list since the end of 2016.

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Sarnia Kinsmen Club members are looking for a bit of help again lighting up Christina Street when Santa Claus comes to town next month.

The club annual Santa Claus Parade of Lights is scheduled Dec.

boards will not pay for their extracurricular activities, so we have to cover the cost. bands are annual attractions, alongside local entries and dozens of community floats, in the parade that run more than 35 years in Sarnia.

The club in 1988 switched from a daytime parade to run in the evenings. Thousands line the parade route from Exmouth to Wellington streets every year.

year the floats are different; the different companies or groups do something different with them, Marks said.

we finding each year increasing numbers of lights on the floats it just improving the quality. sleigh new and improved last year with thousands of lights and led by wire framed reindeer is back and beaming too,
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Marks said.

has promised he going to make it brighter. theme this year is the Christmas Story, he said, and it up to individual entries how they interpret that.

The club is holding a collection drive Nov. 25 outside the Sarnia Wal Mart, he said.

Members are also encouraging people to mail in funds.

Meanwhile, plans are to have letters for Santa again collected by Canada Post along the route, he said.
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Standing on the street where he was hit and killed by a vehicle, she laughs at memories of her bright and energetic boy, but says it still a hard reality to accept that he gone.

gets me through the rough patches, Lopez said. I just sit in the room and talk to him. With lanterns lighting the road and a cross covered in his favorite things boxing gloves, Spider Man and a football the group remembered the 6 year old for his love of life.

On Jan. 6, Jeremiah, his mother and adoptive father, Roberto, were at a family member home when the 6 year old rushed out on a skateboard into the road, off of Military Trail and Belvedere Road. He was hit by Akos Koleszar, who lived on the street, in his Jeep Cherokee. Koleszar does not face any charges in the fatal crash.

Lopez, of Loxahatchee Groves, said her only child died in her arms. She tried to give him mouth to mouth resuscitation, but it was too late.

During the memorial, several people spoke about the closeness of the family and how love has kept them all together. The group commended Lopez for being able to stay strong and forgive Koleszar.

Lopez said some of the hardest parts of her days are the mornings when she would wake up to take him to Loxahatchee Groves Elementary School during the week, he rush to her first thing each morning.

could be in a T shirt and sweatpants and he say, so beautiful, she said.

Her husband, Roberto, laughed at the memory and said when he gets home from work it the hardest for him. Each day he said he walk in the door and the boisterous boy would ask to go skating, play football, anything active.

wanted to do everything, he said.

With each passing vehicle entering the dark cul de sac, the group matching yellow shirts with the words to be me were illuminated. Veronica Lopez said the shirts were made by the family and the hand drawn scooter in the center of those words was one of Jeremiah favorite things to do.
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Lieutenant Governor (L G) of Delhi, Anil Baijal, has written a letter to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday regarding issues of delay in payment of honorarium to Anganwadi workers.

Baijal in his letter explained that this is the first time someone has brought this issue to his notice. He has further requested the minister to ensure that all funds are released on time.

“I have been informed that all the payments have been made. But some payments are pending due to insufficient funds. I have checked with the concerned department, too,” Baijal said.

He further said that as per the status report received from the department, the payment of rent to Anganwadi premises is up to date (till January 2018) and sufficient funds are available under this head.

“Being both the finance minister in charge of Budget preparation and minister heading the department of women and child development, Deputy Chief Minister would like to introspect why the Budget could not be planned in a more meticulous manner and the provisions for the additional requirement were not made timely,” a statement from the L G house said.
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All of this sounds really dire, but the whole grading system relies heavily on results from the ACT Aspire, a test the State Board of Education decided last fall to quit using because of concerns about its reliability and its alignment with state academic standards.

The state is changing to the ScanTron testing series next year, which Sheffield Superintendent Keith Lankford said he believes will be a better predictor than the ACT Aspire, which was designed not to evaluate students on Alabama standards, but to predict how well students will do on the ACT.

“We just left an AdvancED visit that was exemplary where they praised the great instruction going on in our district, and then you look at our report card and see a C,” said Florence Superintendent Jimmy Shaw on Thursday.

He said the district was in talks with the state to get things sorted out.

And there certainly are things to celebrate in our area’s schools. Florence High School, Russellville High School and Howell Graves Preschool in Muscle Shoals were recently elected as 2017 Schools of Distinction by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS).

Allen Thornton Career Technical Center engineering instructor Amy Bolding was recently named Teacher of the Year by Alabama’s Project Lead the Way. And just last week, Florence and Muscle Shoals school districts earned top 10 and top 20 honors in recent Niche rankings.

However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to take away from the report card rankings. An example is Harlan Elementary, which scored an F with a numerical grade of 53. We’re confident the administrators and teachers at Harlan Elementary will roll up their sleeves and get to work to improve those scores. And that, quite honestly, is just what parents would expect.

We hope the concerns educators have about the report card grading system are corrected before the next testing year. But until then, school officials should see what they can learn from this year’s results , and put those findings to use in their long range plans for continue improvement.
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French onion soup burgers are as rich and full of flavor as the namesake soup. Photo via AP

If you a fan of traditional French onion soup and who isn you going to love this burger. It kitted out with all of the ingredients that make the soup such a treasure tender, browned onions, beef broth, red wine, Gruyere cheese and French bread finally lathered up with mustard mayo. Rich and full of flavor, this burger is the perfect entree for a weekend bash.

Prepping it, however, does require a bit of care. The onions need to be cooked low and slow so that they soften and brown properly. You can, however, cook them a full day ahead, then cover and chill them until the moment of truth. Likewise, you want to keep a strict eye on the burgers as they cook. Overdo it and they end up dry.

Please resist the siren call of prepackaged quarter pounders. They too thin for this recipe and will definitely end up overcooked.

Classic French onion soup calls for Gruyere cheese, but you free to swap in a different variety as long as it melts as well as Gruyere. Likewise, if you don want to add wine to the recipe, you can deglaze the burger pan with stock or water.

In the classic recipe, a slice of French bread is floated on the soup surface like a bowl wide crouton. Here that bread provides the coziest of beds for a juicy burger. In truth, though, that bread lightly brushed with olive oil, browned in the oven and rubbed with garlic is fairly amazing all by itself.

In a large skillet heat 2 tablespoons of the oil over medium high heat. Add the onion and a pinch of salt, reduce the heat to medium low and cook, covered, stirring occasionally, until the onion is very tender, about 15 minutes. Remove the lid and continue to cook the onion, uncovered, stirring frequently, until the onion is golden brown, about 15 minutes. Add the minced garlic and the thyme and cook, stirring, 1 minute. Add the beef broth and cook, stirring the onions constantly to scrape up the glaze at the bottom of the pan, until most of the liquid has been absorbed. Transfer the mixture to a bowl, add salt and pepper to taste and set it aside. Clean and dry the skillet and return it to the burner.

While the onions are cooking, preheat the broiler. Brush the cut sides of the French bread liberally with olive oil and on a sheet pan broil the bread cut side up, until it is golden. Remove from the oven and rub the cut sides with the cut sides of the garlic clove. Transfer the French bread halves to each of 4 plates. In a small bowl stir together the mayonnaise and the mustard and spread the mixture evenly on all the cut sides of the bread.

In the skillet, heat the remaining 2 tablespoons oil over high. Season the burgers on both sides with salt and pepper and add them to the pan. Reduce the heat to medium high and cook the burgers until they are nicely browned (but not cooked through), about 2 minutes a side. Remove the skillet from the heat, spoon off and discard all but 1 tablespoon of the fat in the pan and top each burger with one fourth of the onion mixture and one fourth of the cheese. Pour the wine into the skillet and put it back on the burner. Reduce the heat to medium, cover the skillet and cook the burgers just until the cheese is melted, about 1 minute.

Transfer the burgers to one of the French bread halves on each of the plates. Simmer the liquid, scraping the bottom of the skillet until it is syrupy and spoon some of it over each burger. Top with the remaining French bread half and serve right away.

Nutrition information per serving: 628 calories; 307 calories from fat; 34 g fat (11 g saturated; 1 g trans fats); 100 mg cholesterol; 665 mg sodium; 42 g carbohydrates; 2 g fiber; 4 g sugar; 36 g protein.
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Funeral arrangements have now been made for 12 year old Trai Michael Schlichter, who died Sunday as a result of carbon monoxide exposure.

Schlichter was rushed to hospital in critical, life threatening condition after the carbon monoxide levels inside his apartment reached 2,100 parts per million.

celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2018, in Airdrie, Alberta for a lovely young man named Trai Michael Schlichter. Trai moms, Elysha and Jayla, invite all of Trai friends,
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family, teachers, coaches and neighbours to join them in honouring this beautiful boy life.

She adds Trai favourite colours were black, orange, white and green, specifically lime green, and they asking people attending to wear any of those colours. at the Airdrie Alliance Church.

A candlelight vigil has also been planned for Sunday evening at 6 o at Nose Creek Park in Airdrie.

660 NEWS reached out to Municipal Affairs Minister Shaye Anderson for comment on the carbon monoxide situation Tuesday.

Anderson issued the following statement:

were deeply saddened to hear of this tragic event, and our sincerest condolences are with the family. The safety of Albertans is always a key priority for us, and Carbon Monoxide is no exception. Whether it at home or in the workplace, we strongly encourage the use of CO alarms in all buildings.

understand that what happened in Airdrie is currently under investigation. We will keep a close eye on the results of that investigation to determine if there is anything further the province can do to ensure the safety of Albertans.
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