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Police need your help identifying alleged purse snatcher

Erie Police are looking for your help in catching a thief. Police say they are looking for the man in the video, who is believed to have stolen a purse and its contents just a few days after Christmas. It's believed the purse was stolen from the Country Fair at West 26ith and Greengarden December 2

YOURERIE - 2018-01-16 23:28:15

Demolition Of Building Destroyed By Fire To Begin Wednesday

Brian Nelson, who has owned the 15. W. Main St. property for 30 years, said the building sustained too much damage in Sunday morning's blaze to be saved. He said he spoke with a demolition crew and expects work to begin Wednesday morning. Nelson owns the Falconer Vacuum Shop, located on the first f

POST-JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

More on Unified Erie's new action plan

Unified Erie and the Erie County Policy and Planning Council for Children and Families, or PPC, releases their new community action plan. Many elements of the last action plan, developed in 2012, will continue in addition to some new strategies. The Community Action Plan is an outline to change Erie

YOURERIE - 2018-01-16 23:25:35

Unified Erie gains fans in new mayor, police chief

The anti-crime initiative has launched its new 5-year plan aimed at preventing youth violence. Organizers of the Unified Erie anti-violence initiative got lots of attention from City Hall when they unveiled their latest plan on Tuesday. New Erie Mayor Joe Schember attended the public event. So did t

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2018-01-16 22:52:59

City Council votes on lessening marijuana penalty tomorrow

The penalty for possessing recreational marijuana could soon be reduced in Erie. Erie City Council is weighing a measure that calls for decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana. Currently, those caught with the drug illegally could face a misdemeanor. The reduced penalty would be a summary offens

YOURERIE - 2018-01-16 23:25:06

Millcreek man sentenced in assault, exposure cases

Township police accused him in the crimes against young girls in 2016. A Millcreek Township man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in September 2016 and exposing himself to two other girls waiting for their school bus three months later was sentenced on Tuesday to serve 15 to 30 years

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2018-01-16 15:21:46

Cinderella singer Keifer looks set for 2018 Roar in Erie

Tom Keifer said he would make it up after he cancelled his concert at last year's Roar on the Shore. When Cinderella lead singer Tom Keifer suddenly canceled his 2017 Roar on the Shore concert because of vocal cord strain, he promised to do right by his local fans in the future. It appears the singe

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2018-01-16 20:00:29

Prosecutor’s former office manager sentenced in thefts

ERIE, Pa. (AP) - A former office manager and lead secretary for a Pennsylvania county prosecutor has been sentenced to one to two years in prison in the theft of more than $143,000 from the office's bank accounts. The Erie Times-News reports that 43-year-old Jennifer Sasso was sentenced Tuesday in E

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-01-16 16:43:51

Event: Student Data Mining Presentation - How to Protect Your Children

by Protect Nevada Children 155 N. Taylor Street, Suite 110, Fallon, NV 89406 Fallon, NV89406 Start : 2017-08-03T18:00:00-07:00 End : 2017-08-03T20:00:00-07:00


Miles Nielson & the Rusted Hearts coming to Fallon

Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts will play at the Aug. 19 in-the-park concert on Oats Parks Centennial Stage. Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts is coming to Fallon on Aug. 19 for a 7:30 p.m. performance on the Centennial Stage west of the Oats Park Art Center. This is the second free concert-in-the


Cross-country diabetes ride coming to Fallon

The ride takes participants across the country over 4,200 miles and is expected to take 10 weeks. Next week a group of cyclists will be passing through Fallon on a cross-country bike ride from New York City to San Francisco. The unique thing about this ride, though, is that all but one of the riders


NDOT reopens Bafford Lane bridge

The Nevada Department of Transportation and partners have reopened the Bafford Lane (State Route 726) bridge in Fallon following coordinated flood mitigation efforts. Since April 19, Bafford Lane has been closed at the Carson River after NDOT and local agencies cut sections of the road and riverbed


Plan implemented to pick up unwanted sandbags

Volunteers will be rounding up unused sandbags in August. A joint effort between Churchill County, the city of Fallon and Truckee-Carson Irrigation District will be initiated Aug. 4 and continue every Friday in August to pick up any unwanted sandbags, according to the county's Emergency Operations C


New Mexico State Police are investigating officer involved shooting in Portales

The New Mexico State Police is investigating an officer-involved shooting in Portales Monday afternoon. The shooting involves the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office. Police were notified around 1 p.m. It happened at 18th St. near Kilgore Ave. in Portales. The suspect is being treated for injuries.

ABC7AMARILLO.COM - 2018-01-15 17:31:52

Newman running for 2nd Congressional Seat

Subscribed, but don't have a login? ALAMOGORDO - Republican Congressional District 2 candidate Monty Newman wants voters to know that he believes in liberty, personal responsibility and accountability, free markets and innovation. Newman who is running in the June Republican primary for Rep. Steve P

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 02:17:46

Muleshoe mother of 3 dead; suspect detained in Lubbock County

BY GAIL M. WILLIAMS Muleshoe Journal Correspondent A 911 call to the Bailey County Sheriff's office Friday morning led to the arrest of a Muleshoe man for aggravated assault and kidnapping. According to online reports, Lucio Gollo Camacho, is accused of stabbing a woman and escaping with her and h


Joe Bill Nunn named 2018 Cattleman of the Year

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Joe Bill Nunn of Deming was named 2018 Cattleman of the Year by the New Mexico Cattle Growers Association (NMCGA) at the Joint Stockmen's Convention, held recently in Albuquerque. "Joe Bill is a rancher, a cattleman, a family man, a good neighbor and a friend," said Pat Boone, NM


Enrique "Henry" Lopez

Funeral mass for Enrique "Henry" Lopez, age 65, of Muleshoe, Texas, was scheduled for 11:00 AM, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Muleshoe with Father Rene Perez of Muleshoe officiating. Rosary will be said 7:00 PM, Monday, January 8, 2018 at Ellis Funeral Home Cha


All loved pets must surely go to heaven

This story first appeared in my blog The Bright Lights of Muleshoe on October 26, 2011. I helped my friend Sheila put to rest her two little dog companions, Scruffy and Buddy, last Wednesday. We buried them beside the walking path around our pasture, a place they liked to visit and explore. That s


SPC honors Area students named to fall 2017 Presidents and Deans' list

LEVELLAND - South Plains College recently recognized students achieving academic excellence by naming them to the President's Honor List for the fall 2017 semester.According to Dr. Ryan Gibbs, vice president of Academic Affairs, "Recognition on the President's list is one of the highest honors besto