Police Offer A Hand Up

Police officers pay for motel room, help raise $150G for homeless teen who biked six hours to college.image

“After meeting Fred, I could tell he was a good kid,” Gordon State College Police Officer Dicky Carreker told the Barnesville Herald-Gazette. “He was a young kid who had been dealt a bad hand and was trying to make the best out of it. All he wanted was a job.”

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Peace, Teens & Tornado Pics

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Encouraging Thoughts:
And let the peace that comes from Christ rule in your hearts. For as members of one body you are called to live in peace. And always be thankful.
Colossians 3:15 NLT

 

tornado-teanWray High School student snaps tornado selfie before prom A half-mile wide tornado north of Wray made for a unique prom night for Wray High School students on Saturday.

Officials in the town of about 2,500 near the Nebraska border delayed its prom by 45 minutes to ensure the safety of students, according to the school district.

tornado-team2Photos posted on Facebook over the weekend show a pair of formally dressed Wray students posing in front of a funnel cloud in a tuxedo and evening gown. The tornado had formed about three miles behind one of the photo-takers, according to The Weather Channel.

Student Ali Jolie Marintzer — whose mother Heidi snapped the pic of her with prom date Charlie Bator — also grabbed a selfie in which she’s sticking out her tongue while Bator shoots his own pics in the background.

The couple said they checked to make sure the tornado was not approaching them before taking the photo, according to Denver7.