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Columbia Star
No new development to Dreher proposalDreher High School. According to district athletic director Robert Matz, he is
Columbia Star / Posted 30 minutes ago
Dreher High School. According to district athletic director Robert Matz, he is not aware of any new information from the Columbia City Council or the school district since the issue went in front of city council in May. According to documents... Read more
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Columbia Star
Stepping out of the shadowof was being a part of that.” For two years Coble helped the homeless court ma
Columbia Star / Posted 30 minutes ago
of was being a part of that.” For two years Coble helped the homeless court make an impact in Columbia. In July 2017, Columbia City Council honored Coble for his work with the homeless court by naming July 18, 2017 Daniel Coble Day. It was not... Read more
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Columbia Star
Council approves resolutions, funding requestsDirector for the James R. Clarke Memorial Sickle Cell Foundation; and Lorraine
Columbia Star / Posted 30 minutes ago
Director for the James R. Clarke Memorial Sickle Cell Foundation; and Lorraine Dunbar, athletic operations coordinator. Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, August 15. Council approved a resolution to ratify an amendment to... Read more
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Crosscut
5 things to do in Seattle this weekendor even, immigration? — solicited dozens of artworks that have been curated int
Crosscut / Posted 3 hours ago
or even, immigration? — solicited dozens of artworks that have been curated into this just-opened juried show at the Columbia City Gallery. The paintings, sculptures, videos and installations are playful, sobering and imaginative. Full... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Riz Rollins’ most excellent potato saladjust [expletived] that up.” When it comes to serrano (and other) peppers, the g
The Seattle Times / Posted yesterday
just [expletived] that up.” When it comes to serrano (and other) peppers, the good people of Alvarez Organic Farms at the Columbia City Farmers Market instructed him that the wrinkly ones “with anomalies” on their skin are the hottest. He minced... Read more
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Daily Mail
Deadpool 2 to resume filming just two days after stuntwoman was killedof the Shaw Tower in Vancouver (pictured) Paramedics quickly arrived at the wa
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
of the Shaw Tower in Vancouver (pictured) Paramedics quickly arrived at the waterfront office building in the British Columbia city and were able to pull Harris from the wreckage and get her to the hospital, but her injuries were too... Read more
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The Post & Mail
PIGSKINS FLY: High school football scrimmages prepare teams for start of regular season Aug. 18Columbia City quarterback Jacob Bolt throws for a first down against Garrett in
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Columbia City quarterback Jacob Bolt throws for a first down against Garrett in the photo above during Friday evening’s scrimmage against the Railroaders. The Eagles connected for several long passes for touchdowns against the Garrett defense. The... Read more
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Crosscut
How feeding the homeless created a community -- and divided anotheraround. “So I already know I’ll sound like a monster, but I’m also not a huge
Crosscut / Posted 2 days ago
around. “So I already know I’ll sound like a monster, but I’m also not a huge fan of this pop-up kitchen,” a man from Columbia City wrote on Nextdoor. “People respond predictably to incentives, and this Sunday dinner incentivizes homeless... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tragic 911 audio after Deadpool stunwoman is killed in Vancouverof the Shaw Tower in Vancouver (pictured) Paramedics quickly arrived at the wa
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of the Shaw Tower in Vancouver (pictured) Paramedics quickly arrived at the waterfront office building in the British Columbia city and were able to pull Harris from the wreckage and get her to the hospital, but her injuries were too... Read more
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Daily Mail
Zazie Beetz jets into Vancouver... hours before Deadpool stunt tragedywhen it is available.' Ryan and his costar Zazie Beetz had been filmed riding
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
when it is available.' Ryan and his costar Zazie Beetz had been filmed riding bikes on set back on August 8 in the British Columbia city, A number of local streets had been shut down for the past week to film bike scenes according to... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Timeline: Mariijuana laws in the United Statescannabis initiative. 2010: Arizona voters approve medical cannabis initiative
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 2 days ago
cannabis initiative. 2010: Arizona voters approve medical cannabis initiative for the third time since 1996. District of Columbia City Council and New Jersey legislature pass medical cannabis legislation. Voters in California narrowly defeat a... Read more
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The Post & Mail
2017 Mihsihkinaahkwa Pow Wow"Honoring Mother Earth" was the theme of the 22nd Annual Pow Wow in Morsches Pa
The Post & Mail / Posted 2 days ago
"Honoring Mother Earth" was the theme of the 22nd Annual Pow Wow in Morsches Park in Columbia City, IN. The event is a way for Native American people from across the nation to come together, celebrate and share their culture with others. An important... Read more
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The Post & Mail
TEAM HARKER: 3-generation team captures Elks Memorial TournamentGOBLESVIILLE – The three-generation team of Harkers outlasted the field in Colu
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
GOBLESVIILLE – The three-generation team of Harkers outlasted the field in Columbia City Elks Lodge #1417’s annual Memorial Tournament, held at Clear Creek Golf Course in northern Huntington County. The long-time event’s purpose is to remember... Read more
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The Post & Mail
AlissaSTRONG: Drive-thru supportersDrive-thru workers Lindsay Mergy (left) and Harmony Coker at Columbia City's DQ
The Post & Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Drive-thru workers Lindsay Mergy (left) and Harmony Coker at Columbia City's DQ Grill & Chill were wearing AlissaStrong T-shirts to honor the Columbia City sophomore who is suffering from a life-changing injury due to a car crash two months... Read more
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The Post & Mail
LIFE SAVERS: Narcan kits, available locally, are life saversAs the opioid epidemic grows, so does the number of overdose cases. For exampl
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
As the opioid epidemic grows, so does the number of overdose cases. For example, Columbia City Police Chief Tony Hively told Council at its Tuesday meeting that this past week three officers were called to assist an individual who overdosed. He... Read more
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The Post & Mail
BARRICADE BARRAGE: Work continues on new Morsches entranceThe Ind. 205 project is continuing to make progress. The entrance to Morsches P
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
The Ind. 205 project is continuing to make progress. The entrance to Morsches Park in Columbia City is a barrage of barricades, as crews are working to move the entrance to the northeast, in an attempt to make the intersection safer with better... Read more
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The Post & Mail
INTERNS WANTED: Congressman Banks seeking applicants for fall intershipsassistance of many outstanding interns this summer who helped my staff and me b
The Post & Mail / Posted 4 days ago
assistance of many outstanding interns this summer who helped my staff and me better serve my constituents,” said Banks, a Columbia City resident. “I am excited to continue this program into the fall, and I look forward to welcoming new interns to... Read more
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The Post & Mail
PIGSKINS FLY: High school football scrimmages prepare teams for start of regular season Aug.18Columbia City quarterback Jacob Bolt throws for a first down against Garrett in
The Post & Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Columbia City quarterback Jacob Bolt throws for a first down against Garrett in the photo above during Friday evening’s scrimmage against the Railroaders. The Eagles connected for several long passes for touchdowns against the Garrett defense. The... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Columbia police officers to soon carry overdose reversal drugshas the ability to help a person experiencing an opioid overdose breathe steadi
KOMU Columbia / Posted 5 days ago
has the ability to help a person experiencing an opioid overdose breathe steadily and return their body to a normal state. Columbia City Council approved police use of naloxone in a meeting Monday night. Larimer said training started around two... Read more
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The Post & Mail
TRACTORS ON PARADE:enthusiasts will begin their trek Saturday, at 8 a.m. at Northern Heights Eleme
The Post & Mail / Posted 5 days ago
enthusiasts will begin their trek Saturday, at 8 a.m. at Northern Heights Elementary School, 5209 Ind. 109, north of Columbia City. From there, they will travel east on CR 500 N to the east side of Round Lake. Going around the lake, the... Read more
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Crosscut
Who voted for who? A dive into Seattle's election datain whiter areas and with white-collar workers. Looking at only the two candida
Crosscut / Posted 6 days ago
in whiter areas and with white-collar workers. Looking at only the two candidates, Oliver’s best performances included Columbia City (67 percent), Rainier Beach (65 percent), Beacon Hill (65 percent), and the University District (57 percent).... Read more
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The Post & Mail
CHEER, CHEER! CCHS cheer campers featured in Thursday's newspaperColumbia City High School’s cheerleaders recently held their annual Mini Cheer
The Post & Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Columbia City High School’s cheerleaders recently held their annual Mini Cheer Camp in the CCHS gymnasium. Over 100 girls attended the camp put on by the CCHS cheerleading squad.The participants learned the various skills including jumps, dance and... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and moreAvenue South from South Dawson Street to South Alaska Street, 10 a.m. Saturday;
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
Avenue South from South Dawson Street to South Alaska Street, 10 a.m. Saturday; festival, car show, 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Columbia City and Hillman City, Seattle (rainierchamber.com/event-calendar/).Delridge Day SAT Food trucks, games, music... Read more
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Crosscut
5 things to do in Seattle this weekendzip codes with the 25th annual Rainier Valley Heritage Parade and Pride Festiva
Crosscut / Posted 7 days ago
zip codes with the 25th annual Rainier Valley Heritage Parade and Pride Festival. Festivities kick off on Rainier (from Columbia City to Hillman City) with the parade at 10 a.m. and continue until 3:30 p.m. with a car show, food, and other... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Small towns, strong valuesCOLUMBIA CITY, Ind.--The historic marker in front of the Whitley County courtho
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY, Ind.--The historic marker in front of the Whitley County courthouse remembers the life of a man who would have stood out in today's era of provocative politics and culture of entitlement as an abomination of sorts, because he held true... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Burks oversees first election, settles in as county clerkovernight,” Auer said. Notices for a Nov. 7 special election must be submitted
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
overnight,” Auer said. Notices for a Nov. 7 special election must be submitted to the clerk’s office by Aug. 29. The Columbia City Council will decide later this month whether to put a use-tax measure on the ballot. The Boone County... Read more
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The Post & Mail
JUST FOR KICKS: CCHS alumni soccer match proves they're still kickingColumbia City’s boys soccer boosters held their 22nd annual alumni game Saturda
The Post & Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Columbia City’s boys soccer boosters held their 22nd annual alumni game Saturday. Players from past Columbia City boys soccer teams participated in the fundraiser for the CCHS boys soccer team. Pictured above: Jacob Dittmer (Maroon) and Matt... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Get your fest on this weekend in South Lake Union, Rainier Valley and EdmondsMary’s Place programs for homeless women and families. The Rainier Valley Heri
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 days ago
Mary’s Place programs for homeless women and families. The Rainier Valley Heritage Parade and Festival takes over the Columbia City neighborhood with a community parade, car show and festival on Saturday. Festivities at Othello International... Read more
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The Seattle Times
‘Thermal issue’ stops Link light rail between South Seattle and Sea-Tac Airportto the airport station along the boulevard. Trains are still running from the
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 days ago
to the airport station along the boulevard. Trains are still running from the University of Washington through downtown to Columbia City. The Angle Lake Station was closed on Sunday from 4:27 to 4:33 p.m., and again from 5:05 to 5:35 p.m. due to... Read more
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The Post & Mail
POW WOW: Columbia City weekend event will honor 'Mother Earth'this theme to celebrate our natural tie to Mother Earth,” said Lila Parks, Pow
The Post & Mail / Posted 8 days ago
this theme to celebrate our natural tie to Mother Earth,” said Lila Parks, Pow Wow chairwoman. The Pow Wow is located in Columbia City because the Great Miami Chief Little Turtle (b. 1752-d. 1812) lived in the area northeast of Morsches... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Gas Line Break Blocks Portion of Garners Ferry Road near Columbiais in the 7800 block between Hazelwood Road and Pineview Road, which is near th
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 9 days ago
is in the 7800 block between Hazelwood Road and Pineview Road, which is near the Bi-Lo Shopping center just outside the Columbia city limits. All lanes in that area are blocked. Emergency crews say the situation could take a little while to... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia City Council puts off decision on permits for utility workcity code requiring public utility companies to purchase permits before digging
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
city code requiring public utility companies to purchase permits before digging up streets of sidewalks is on hold. The Columbia City Council on Monday tabled changes to Chapter 24 of the city code which would have ensured public utilities... Read more
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The Post & Mail
SHINING! Junior Achievement Car Show brightens streets of Downtown Columbia CityCOLUMBIA CITY— More than150 car enthusiasts from 29 different cities in the sta
The Post & Mail / Posted 9 days ago
COLUMBIA CITY— More than150 car enthusiasts from 29 different cities in the state and one from Michigan took part in the 16th Annual Junior Achievement Car Show. Awards were given in multiple categories that day. The Top Three results Saturday were... Read more
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The Post & Mail
NEW ROTARY CLUB PRESIDENT: Tom Bartrom to lead local civic organizationTom Bartrom, a 20-year member of the Columbia City Rotary Club, will lead the l
The Post & Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Tom Bartrom, a 20-year member of the Columbia City Rotary Club, will lead the local organization during the next 12 months, succeeding June Keiser as president of the group, which was founded locally in May, 1919 and will celebrate its Centennial in... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Columbia City Council to consider use tax ballot measurehave been in talks for months about placing use tax measures on a ballot. Now t
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
have been in talks for months about placing use tax measures on a ballot. Now the city is making the first move. The Columbia City Council will on Monday consider an ordinance that, if passed, would place a use tax measure on the ballot for a... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Consultants to present $1 billion sewer upgrade planBrittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Columbia City Council will hear a pitch from
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Brittany Ruess @brittanyruess The Columbia City Council will hear a pitch from city staff and consultants Monday about a plan to update the wastewater and stormwater systems to meet current and future regulatory requirements — changes likely to... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Whitley County BABE Raises Over $4400 During Annual 4-H Fair Photo ContestMore The scoop The following was released on Sat., August 5 by Whitley County
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
More The scoop The following was released on Sat., August 5 by Whitley County BABE:� COLUMBIA CITY, IN - Almost as famous as 4-H Fair Ice Cream is the annual BABE Photo Contest. For 9 years now, Whitley County BABE has had a presence all week long... Read more
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The Post & Mail
JA CAR SHOW SATURDAY: Perfect weather dialed in for Downtown Columbia City eventDozens of cars will take to the streets of Downtown Columbia City Saturday from
The Post & Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Dozens of cars will take to the streets of Downtown Columbia City Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the popular annual Junior Achievement Car Show. The weatherman has predicted a perfect Saturday for the big event!... Read more
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The Post & Mail
FIRST FRIDAY IN AUGUST: Food, fun and music underwaybe cloudy, breezy and just 62 degrees? Dress appropriately for this evening's
The Post & Mail / Posted 12 days ago
be cloudy, breezy and just 62 degrees? Dress appropriately for this evening's food, fun and musical activities in Downtown Columbia City from 5 to 9 p.m. Despite the sweatshirt football weather, there will be lots of good times this evening. Head... Read more
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Grainnet.com
Co-Alliance LLP and Farmers Grain and Feed Company, Inc. Enter Joint Venture to Build Feed Milling in Columbia City, INsigned a Letter of Intent for a joint venture to build a state-of-the-art feed
Grainnet.com / Posted 12 days ago
signed a Letter of Intent for a joint venture to build a state-of-the-art feed mill at the Farmers Grain facility in Columbia City, Indiana. The joint venture will allow Co-Alliance to expand its pork presence in the area and will give... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Dozens Of Bikers Brought A Bullied Student To His First Day Of Schoolbullied. Phil Mick, 11, of Auburn, Ind., was taken to DeKalb Middle School by
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 12 days ago
bullied. Phil Mick, 11, of Auburn, Ind., was taken to DeKalb Middle School by bikers from cities including Fort Wayne and Columbia City. The bikers initially gathered at a local restaurant for the motorcade, which was promoted earlier on Facebook,... Read more
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NBC Miami
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Miami / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Connecticut / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC New York
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC New York / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Washington
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Washington / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Bay Area / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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NBC Chicago
50 Bikers Escort Bullied 6th Grader to First Day of Schoolboost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50
NBC Chicago / Posted 13 days ago
boost the Indiana boy's confidence by escorting him to middle school. About 50 bikers from such cities as Fort Wayne and Columbia City gathered at Richards Restaurant in Auburn for the motorcade, leading a massive show of support for the young... Read more
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