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    Robin Autopilot and Weed Man Form Partnership to Strengthen Both Companies’ Positions in the Rapidly Growing Robotic Mowing Market – PRNewswire - December 31, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Robin Autopilot and Weed Man Form Partnership

    Ranked as the eighth-largest company on the 2020 Lawn & Landscape Top 100, based on 2019 revenue, Weed Man has provided high-quality lawn care services for 50 years. The company expanded into the robotic mowing business when it launched TurfBot in 2018 to test the concept, recognizing the benefits of offering battery-powered and emissions-free robotic mowing services to customers. TurfBot currently operates in three locations and plans for aggressive expansion plans in 2022.

    "We are proud to partner with Weed Man, which has a long and outstanding history as a pioneer and leader in the North American market for lawn care services," said Logan Fahey, chief executive officer of Robin Autopilot. "We are creating a strong new force in the lawn and landscaping market that will help both of our companies continue our growth as we provide more customers with the opportunity to adopt robotic mowing technology."

    "Robin Autopilot was the obvious choice for us in our search for a partner with cutting-edge technology and expertise that would help us grow in the exciting robotic mowing industry," said Jennifer Lemcke, chief executive officer of Weed Man. "We believe robotic mowing has a bright future, and we look forward to working with Robin to continue the transformation of the lawn care industry through the wide-ranging environmental and economic benefits of this new technology."

    About Robin Autopilot Robin Autopilot's software platform provides solutions to enable landscapers to begin offering robotic mowing to their customers by providing software to manage their fleet and jobs, training and educational materials for their staff and customers, marketing collateral to expand their customer base, and finally, innovative products to simplify the installation and management of robotic mowers. Robotic mowers are battery-powered, programmable, and energy- and cost-efficient. They can be used daily to keep a lawn trimmed to a precise length, resulting in a more attractive landscape with pollution-reducing benefits equivalent to replacing two family cars with electric vehicles. This allows landscapers and lawn maintenance crews to deliver a more reliable and eco-friendly lawn care solution than traditional gas-powered mowing and also results in a healthier lawn. The automated mowers also offer significant relief for landscape service providers who are challenged by a lack of available workforce in many markets.

    About Weed Man Based in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, Weed Man has provided high-quality lawn care services since 1970. During that time, the company has grown from its Canadian roots into an international network of more than 300 locally owned and operated franchises providing services that produce lush green lawns for homeowners in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. Weed Man's environmentally responsiblelawn care programs and services focus on a well-balanced, high-quality fertilization program first, which in turn produces the thickest, healthiest lawn possible. From lawn fertilization to weed control, integrated pest management, and everything in between, Weed Man has a lawn care program for every lawn.

    For more information, contact: Ellen Bruno, VP, Operations 574-524-0364 [emailprotected]

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    One Option You Shouldnt Overlook When Setting Up a Security Camera – The New York Times - December 31, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    If you own or plan to buy a home security camera or smart doorbell camera, you need a place to hold all of the footage it captures. That means you need to decide where video will be saved once the camera captures it, because where the video goes determines how long it lasts, how secure it is, what it costs, and how easy it is to access.

    There are two types of video storage for Wi-Fi security cameras. Local storage saves all your video recordings in the camera, on a networked device, or even on network-attached storage (NAS)so all your video stays local, inside your home. Cloud storage is the other option, in which the camera transfers all your recordings over the internet to store them on servers that you can access from almost anywhere (thats what the cloud part refers to).

    We suggest that most people use cloud storage for their security cameras, or that they select cameras offering both local and cloud options (such as our current top-two indoor camera picks). Although local storage is usually cheap (just the cost of the memory card), and in going local you dont have to worry about who might potentially view your footage, there are a few specific reasons we recommend only those cameras that offer some type of cloud service.

    If you merely want to spot mice running across the kitchen counter or view what your dog is doing during the day, local storage should be just fine. However, if someone breaks into your home and steals the camera cardor the whole camerayou wont have a record of the incident.

    Cloud storage keeps all your footage safely away from prying eyes (or hands). Of course, if the power goes out, if a child yanks the power cord, or someone simply steals your camera, youre out of luck no matter what type of storage you use. However, cloud storage at least ensures that you have a video clipright up until your camera shuts downthat you can view in an app or a web browser.

    Every type of storage option has limits. If you use local storage, youre limited by the amount of space on the memory card or NAS device. For example, the Eufy 2K Indoor Cam can support a microSD card up to 128 GB, which provides enough space to hold about 30 hours of 2K-resolution video or 36 hours worth at 1080p resolution. Wyze recommends using a 32 GB card with the Wyze Cam v2; that translates to 48 hours of 1080p video or 168 hours of 720p video. That may sound like a lot, but it can disappear quickly depending on how often your camera gets motion triggersyou may end up having hours of clips of you mowing the lawn, say, or of kids playing in the family room. Typically when a card hits its limit, the camera automatically deletes the oldest video clips to make room for new oneswhich means if you arent checking it once or twice a week, you may miss something.

    With a cloud storage plan, you think in terms of time instead of storage size. For instance, Wyzes Cam Plus service stores your footage for 14 days (your recordings delete automatically after that). Although most cloud storage plans dont support 24/7 recording (Googles Nest Aware being a notable exception), Wyze says you could theoretically store 14 days of 24/7 video clips if your camera is constantly being triggered to record.

    It often pays towell, pay. Companies want to get you on the hook for that recurring revenue, so they often include exclusive features and other perks to entice new subscribers and keep existing customers happy.

    For instance, for $2 per month per camera (or $15 annually), Wyzes Cam Plus service includes person detectionso your camera can be more selective when it records clips and sends you alerts. Similarly, the Arlo Smart service provides people, vehicle, and package alerts, as well as activity zones. And some cameras, like those from the Google Nest line or newer Arlo models, dont provide any type of storage, person alerts, or the ability to share clips without a subscription.

    Although were never eager to subscribe to yet another paid service, we think cloud storage for security cameras is a service worth having, even if you dont use it 365 days a year. Compared with most service fees, the pricing for cloud storage tends to be relatively low. Current cloud plans cost anywhere from $2 to $6 per month for a single camera (and usually offer a discount for multiple cameras) and include several privacy and safety features.

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    In Loving Memory: Obituaries Of The Week December 27, 2020 – Smokey Barn News - December 31, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

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    In Loving Memory: Obituaries Dec. 21-27, 2020

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    Obituary for James Kenneth Ken Wix

    The family of Ken Wix request that everyone attending visitation and funeral services to please abide by social distancing guidelines and to wear a facial mask.

    The lounge area of the funeral home will be closed, and any food items brought will be taken home by the family.

    James Kenneth Ken Wix, 62, of Springfield, passed away on Thursday December 24, 2020 at Skyline Medical Center.

    Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday December 30th at 2:00 p.m. in the Oakhurst Chapel of the Robertson County Funeral Home with Pastor Jennifer Glover officiating. The family will receive friends on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the funeral home.

    Ken was born May 2, 1958 in Springfield. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, where he served as an airplane mechanic. He studied Aeronautics at Nashville State Technical College. Ken worked as a maintenance supervisor for Carpenter Specialty Steel and was a member of MOPAR Dodge Charger Daytona R/T Owners Only. He loved Hot Rod Dodges, and both playing and listening to music.

    Ken is survived by is wife of 21 years: Shelia Elliott Wix of Springfield, by his son and daughter-in-law: Fred and Jo Wix of Hendersonville, by his daughters and son-in-law: Amanda and Ty Scott of Belle Chasse, LA, and Ashley Wix of Springfield, by his parents: J.L. and Juanita Lemons Wix of Springfield, by his stepchildren: R.J. Douglas of Springfield, Rachael (Alex) Niven of Hoenwald, by his brothers and sister-in-law: Michael and Patricia Wix of Manchester, and David Wix of Springfield, and by 15 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

    Memorial contributions may be made to Cinco de MOPAR and all donations may be sent c/o Robertson County Funeral Home.

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    Obituary for J.W. Nicholson

    J.W. Nicholson, age 77 of Pleasant View, Tennessee died Sunday, December 27, 2020 at his home.

    He was born on March 7, 1943 in Pleasant View, Tennessee to the late Bob Taylor and Willie Mai Jeanette Nicholson. He was an excellent, hard-working tobacco farmer and enjoyed every minute of time he spent raising his crops. He also enjoyed collecting memorabilia of Elvis Presley and The Wizard of Oz.

    In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by 2 granddaughters; 4 brothers; and 5 sisters.

    J.W. is survived by his wife of 56 years, Barbara Nicholson; sons, David Nicholson, Terry (Melinda) Nicholson, and Richie (Tina) Nicholson; daughter, Mandy Buyukolmez; 2 brothers; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren.

    The family chose cremation and there are no services planned at this time.

    Austin and Bell Funeral Home in Pleasant View is in charge of these arrangements. 6316 Highway 41A, Pleasant View, Tennessee 37146

    Obituary for Joyce Marie Waller

    Joyce Marie Waller age 78 of Nashville passed away on Sunday, December 27, 2020 at her home. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother who was a faithful servant and loved the Lord, and her Tennessee Titans.

    Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, Marion Lewis Waller, Sr.; daughter, Diane Lynette Bellini; granddaughter, Dakota Waller; her parents, Joseph Edward and Florence Goins; brothers, David, Alvin and Robert Goins; and a sister, Lula Long.

    She is survived by her children, Lisa (Rick) Goetz, Bubba Waller and Christopher (Christy) Waller; grandchildren, Meggan, Alexis, Evan, Angelina, Grace, Christopher and Tyler; 4 great grandchildren; brothers, Jack Goins, Billy (Karen) Goins, Wayne (Tammy) Goins and Sammy (Colleen) Goins; sisters, Barbara (Tommy) Eason, JoAnn Mott and Cathy Goins; and beloved sisters-in-law, Rachael and Faye.

    The family will receive friends from 4:00pm until 8:00pm on Thursday, December 31, 2020, from 4:00pm until 8:00pm on Friday, January 1, 2021 and again from 1:00pm until 2:00pm Saturday, January 2, 2021 at Austin and Bell Funeral Home in Hendersonville. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00pm Saturday in the funeral home chapel with Bro. Jason Cline officiating. Burial will follow in the Hendersonville Memory Gardens.

    The funeral home asks that anyone attending the visitation and/or service to please wear a mask. For your safety, all CDC guidelines are to be followed.

    Service entrusted to Austin and Bell Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hendersonville.

    Obituary for Charles Stuard, Jr.

    Charles Stuard, Jr., age 55 of Adams, died Thursday, December 24, 2020 at his home.

    His remains are to be cremated and no services are planned at this time.

    Charles was born September 21, 1965 in Louisville, KY. He was a truck driver before an accident that left him unable to work anymore. He was of the Baptist faith. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Stuard, Sr.

    He is survived by his mother, Geneva Stuard of Adams; sister, Elizabeth Sissy Stuard of Adams; and a niece, Cynthia Christmas of Adams.

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    Obituary for Bill Wooden

    Bill Wooden, age 82 of the Owens Chapel community in Springfield, died Tuesday, December 22, 2020 at St. Thomas Midtown Hospital.

    Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, December 27, 2020 at 2:00 PM in the Oakhurst Chapel of Robertson County Funeral Home with Bro. Doug Spain officiating. Burial will follow in Owens Chapel Cemetery with Mike Wooden, Christian Payne, Amber Fazekas, Tyler Wooden, Dustin Wooden, and Scott Cook serving as pallbearers. Honorary Pallbearers will be Tom Wooden and Frank Sweeny. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday from 4 until 8 PM and Sunday from 12 noon until the hour of service.

    Mr. Wooden was born July 13, 1938 in Robertson County to the late Marshall Monroe and Lois White Wooden. He was a dairy farmer and enjoyed hunting and playing cards. He and his wife were regular attenders of the Hardees Breakfast Club.

    He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Barbara Wooden of Springfield; sons and daughters-in-law, Mike and Renee Wooden of Springfield and Donald and Teresa Wooden of Springfield; brother and sister-in-law, Tommy and Faye Wooden of Maryville; sisters and brothers-in-law, Shirley and Joe Fugate of Greenbrier and Lola and James F. Cook of Springfield; grandchildren, Amber (Barry) Fazekas, Dustin (Danielle Hudson) Wooden, and Tyler (Chantele) Wooden; and great grandchildren, Christian Payne, Zander Fazekas, and Noah Otto Wooden.

    The family request, if so desired, for memorial contributions to be made to Grace Freewill Baptist Church. All donations can be sent c/o Robertson County Funeral Home.

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    Arrangements for Thomas H. Brewer Sr:

    Thomas H. Brewer, Sr. was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 23, 1956 to L.W. Brewer and Dorothy Frazier Brewer.

    Thomas professed his hope in Christ at the First Seventh Day Adventist Church at an early age. Throughout his life he had served as Deacon and also enjoyed bringing special music for Sabbath School or Church Services.

    Thomas received his formal education in the Robertson County School System.

    Thomas was always working on cars or trucks. He enjoyed being outside working and cutting peoples lawn. Thomas also worked for the Robertson County School System where he was a School Monitor for many years on the school bus.

    He loved his children and grandchildren so much and was a devoted father, grandfather, and friend. His cheerful smile and caring ways will always be remembered.

    On Saturday, December 19, 2020, Thomas passed away at Northcrest Medical Center, after multiple surgeries he was unable to survive, but God had a different plan and said, Thomas now take your rest. Youve been faithful over a few things and his memories are left for us to reflect on.

    In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his brothers, Andre Donnell Brewer, and Wayne Brewer; sisters, Joyce Doss, Lois Brewer; nephews, Justin Austin, and Rodney Brewer.

    Thomas leaves to cherish his memories: his daughters, Ashley Brewer, Samantha Brewer and Brittany Brewer; his son, Thomas Brewer, Jr.; grandchildren, Nevaeh Brewer, Malachi Elliott, Dominesha Chatman, Thomas Brewer, III, Briantt Brewer, Elijah Brewer, Ariyah Brewer; special friends, Maxine Holland, Ms. Sandra and Amber Wilbur. Thomas also leaves to cherish his memories: sisters, Marie Demonbreum of Springfield, TN, Sue Boyce of Clarksville, TN, Lucy Thomas, and Ruby Brewer both of Springfield, TN, and Kenethia (Abdullah Amid) French; brother, Roy Lee Brewer of Springfield, TN; aunts, Della Case of Springfield, TN and Lucy Mae Johnson of Port Royal, TN; a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.

    Funeral Service was Saturday, December 26, 2020 1 pm, at W. D. Crowder Funeral Home with Pastor Tina Carriger, Officiant and Elder James Traughber, Eulogy; Interment was in Restlawn Memorial Garden.

    Arrangements entrusted to W.D. Crowder Funeral Home

    Arrangements for Lois W. Brewer:

    Lois W. Brewer was born in Nashville, Tennessee on June 23, 1955 to L.W. Brewer and Dorothy Frazier Brewer.

    Lois professed her hope in Christ at First Seventh Day Adventist Church at an early age.

    Throughout her life, she served with amazing fortitude and was always wanting to learn to read better and get a better understanding of Gods word. Lois received her formal education in the Robertson County School System in Tennessee.

    Lois was endowed with many talents which included sewing, knitting, decorating, and cooking. She was a loyal and dearly devoted mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, cousin, church member and a friend to many.

    Lois was employed as a Bus Monitor with the Robertson County School System and also in the Housekeeping department with Best Western Hotel.

    On Saturday, December 19, 2020 Lois passed at Northcrest Medical Center, when God called her name. Her spirit has gone back to the Giver and body is at rest. Rest in Peace, awaiting the Great Resurrection Morning.

    In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her brothers, Andre Donnell Brewer, and Wayne Brewer; sister, Joyce Doss; nephews, Justin Austin, and Rodney Brewer.

    Lois W. Brewer leaves to cherish her precious memories: her sons, Roger Brewer, Tyrone Sherrod and Fernando Miles; daughter, Denise Chatman; her grandchildren, Elijah Sherrod, Nicholas Bell, Raniyah Brewer, JoNah Sherrod, and Jeremiah Chatman; special friends, Sedric and Aisheaka Traughber, Freida McGarnett, Renarda Kelley and Elder James and Angela Traughber. Lois also leaves to cherish her memories: sisters, Marie Demonbreum of Sprinfield, TN, Sue Boyce of Clarksville, TN, Lucy Thomas, and Ruby Brewer both of Springfield, TN, and Kenethia (Abdullah Amid) French, Nashville,TN; brother, Roy Lee Brewer of Springfield, TN; aunts, Della Case of Springfield, TN and Lucy Mae Johnson of Port Royal, TN; a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.

    Funeral Service was Saturday, December 26, 2020 1 pm, at W. D. Crowder Funeral Home with Pastor Tina Carriger, Officiant and Elder James Traughber, Eulogy; Interment was in Restlawn Memorial Garden.

    Arrangements entrusted to W.D. Crowder Funeral Home

    Obituary for Margaret Edalene Frogge Richards

    Margaret Edalene Frogge Richards, age 90 of Cedar Hill, TN died Tuesday December 22, 2020 at ACH Clarksville Senior Living.

    The family held a private graveside service at Frogge Chapel Cemetery in Pall Mall, TN on Saturday December 26, 2020.

    Mrs. Richards was born March 19, 1930 in Jamestown, TN to the late Edison and Lillian Pyle Frogge. Her husband, James Eugene Beanny Richards, her son, James Steven Richards and her brother, James Hugh Sonny Frogge also preceded her in death. She was a dedicated member of Cedar Hill UMC where she loved the United Methodist Women (UMW). Graduating from UT Knoxville, she became an educator in the public school system for 38 years, most of those years were at Jo Byrns School. Edalene was a lifetime member of the Eastern Star and a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

    Edalene is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Robert Scott Richards and Denise of Cedar Hill, TN and Edison Stanley Richards and Charlotte also of Cedar, Hill, fourteen grandchildren, eighteen great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.

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    Obituary for David Russell Bellar SR

    David Russell Bellar SR, 81, of Springfield passed away peacefully at his home while holding the hands of his family, December 22, 2020. He was born in Smith County Tennessee on June 13, 1939.

    He was preceded in death by his parents Virginia and Russell Bellar and a brother Bryan Bellar.

    David and his wife Jane, moved to Springfield in 1963 to begin his career with UNARCO, where he served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer until his retirement in 1998. In his very joy-filled life David served his community in many ways. He was a sincerely true man of God who loved everyone. Springfield Baptist Church enriched his spiritual soul where he served as a long time Deacon as well as Chairman of the Deacons and Sunday school teacher. His devotion to God and his Church were unwavering and we know there was a celebration when he met his Savior in Heaven.

    Davids other services and organizational contributions to the community included being a 50+ Year Member of Western Star Masonic Lodge #9 in Springfield and a Shriner, Past President of Kiwanis Club, Past President Chamber of Commerce, Playground 2000, Past President of Springfield Country Club and was instrumental in the building of the YMCA where he was a past Man of the Year.

    In his final professional years he served as the Chairman of the Board for NorthCrest Hospital where he helped oversee many improvements while establishing a solid foundation for a hospital Springfield can be proud of.

    David is survived by the love of his life Jane Bellar. They had just celebrated 60 beautiful years of marriage together on December 16th. He is also survived by his son, David Rusty Bellar Jr, his daughter Regina Bellar Ziegler and husband Kelly Ziegler. His grandchildren and great grandchildren were the lights of his eyes. His Grandson Zack Ziegler and wife Alyssa Ziegler, their children, Nicholas Ziegler and Gia Ziegler and his Beautiful Granddaughters Hannah Ziegler and Rebecca Ziegler all of which brought him pure joy.

    The Family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to his Golf buddies who continued supporting and visiting with him while he sat on his porch and watched the game he loved so much. We feel confident he hit the course in Heaven day 1. We would also like to include a special thanks to Martin Babb, Randy Davis and Matt Browning for their continued friendship, spiritual and medical support.

    Due to COVID, a very private graveside service will be held for the immediate family only. Honorary Pallbearers: Larry Schneider (Posthumously), Wayne Stevens, Jim Robinson, Jerry West, Denny Choate, Bob Smith and Zack Ziegler.

    We will have a Celebration of his life when we can enjoy being truly together with extended family and friends.

    David supported so many various charities. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a charity that brings you joy. The gift of giving to others in need will be the perfect tribute to a Man who has meant so much to so many.

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    Never a dull moment: Best of the 2020 Sheriff’s Log – Teton Valley News - December 31, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    1/14 A dispatch operator observed on the sheriffs office security cameras individuals who may have been fighting near the law enforcement building. One woman appeared to be on the ground in the snow. Deputies made contact with them and determined they were intoxicated and enjoying a friendly snow fight.

    1/22 The man who was cited for domestic assault earlier in the week called to report that his ex-girlfriend had stolen his truck keys while she was retrieving belongings from the residence. Deputies responded and found the keys in the ignition of the vehicle.

    3/1 A visiting group reported that an intruder had attempted to enter their vacation rental at Teton Springs at midnight. Deputies arrived and located the suspects, who said that earlier they had gotten their vehicle stuck in the snow and returned to their own vacation rental, but had mistakenly tried to enter the wrong house.

    3/14 A caller reported hearing loud arguing from a nearby apartment. Deputies made contact with the residents and found them engaged in a friendly but spirited game of Mario Kart.

    3/29 A caller reported that there was a deer in her backyard in Driggs.

    4/10 A Driggs caller reported that he had found a bunch of pine cones and a wet mop from the garbage can under the hood of his car. He thought it was suspicious and wanted it documented.

    4/28 Dispatch received a 911 call from a person who was curious if he could drive over Pine Creek Pass. He was advised not to call 911 for questions of that nature.

    5/15 Dispatch received a 911 call from a hiker who got lost in the Bitch Creek area thinking it was Birch Creek in Clark County. Dispatch got his coordinates and contacted Teton County Search & Rescue, but deputies were able to find him before SAR mobilized. He was cold and wet but unharmed.

    5/21 A caller reported that her neighbor had mooned her. The case is under investigation but the sheriffs office does not think there are grounds for an indecent exposure charge.

    5/29 A Tetonia caller reported that a neighbors buffalo had caused damage to their tree. The property damage was documented.

    5/29 A caller reported that he had been the victim of armed robbery and aggravated assault. The night prior he had gone to a party and then traveled to the Horseshoe Canyon area with some acquaintances, who then demanded he give up some possessions and threatened him with a firearm. Several shots were fired. He escaped and contacted law enforcement the next morning. The aggressors were identified and the one who used the firearm was taken into custody.

    6/2 A caller reported that a flag had been raised above the Driggs post office that might be affiliated with Antifa. Employees there explained that it was a POW/MIA flag that is often flown over the post office.

    6/11 A deputy made contact with the occupants of a parked vehicle on 8000S and found that they were playing Pokemon Go.

    6/13 A Driggs caller reported three men smoking marijuana outside. Deputies located the men, who said theyd already smoked all the weed. With no further evidence, they received no citations but were given a warning about illicit substances.

    6/26 There was an incident of road rage at the Victor stop light. After being brake-checked several times going down Teton Pass, a Victor man got out of his car at the light and confronted the driver of the car in front of him. That driver, a St Anthony resident, started to retrieve a baseball bat from his backseat. That angered the confronter, who tried to grab the bat, but the driver rolled his window up too quickly, so the man started punching and kicking the vehicle and making lewd hand gestures. He was located and cited for assault.

    6/29 A Victor caller reported a suspicious person walking on Highway 31. Deputies made contact with the foot traveler, who was enjoying an afternoon constitutional.

    7/5 Dispatch received a 911 call from someone who said they were hallucinating. The 27-year-old male from Driggs said that he thought someone had drugged him as he woke up upside down in his vehicle suspended from his seatbelt. He advised that he cut himself out of the seatbelt and then climbed a grain silo. Deputies responded and located the vehicle that was upside down. The man refused a breath sample and failed his field sobriety test. While investigating, deputies found marijuana on the man. The driver admitted he had taken hallucinogens recreationally, but had not done so that night. He was cited for driving under the influence, possession of concealed weapon while under the influence, and possession of drugs.

    7/11 A caller reported two incidents of domestic disturbance with her husband. Officers responded and spoke with both parties, one of whom had thrown a bell pepper at the other. They both received misdemeanor citations for domestic battery and were separated for the evening.

    7/13 A caller reported that she was unable to find her two young boys. When units arrived she said she had found them hiding in a closet.

    7/17 A Driggs caller reported hearing the sounds of a wild animal outside her residence. A deputy responded and found several cats making noise in a dumpster nearby.

    7/23 Dispatch received a long 911 call with strange background noise. Officers responded to the Tetonia location based on GPS coordinates and found an individual mowing his lawn. There was no emergency.

    7/25 A caller reported seeing three vehicles stopped at a stop sign south of Driggs in an apparently suspicious fashion. Deputies were unable to locate any questionably immobile cars.

    8/2 There was a report of a suspicious vehicle driving up and down a section of road north of Driggs. A deputy went to the area and stopped the vehicle. Two dozen open beer cans were found in the car. When asked how many he had consumed that day, the driver, a man from Oklahoma, said hed only had a six pack. He said he was unable to perform field sobriety tests but did provide a breath sample and was taken into custody for DUI, open container, and possession of a marijuana pipe.

    8/11 A Driggs resident with prior DUI convictions was pulled over near LeGrand Pierre Avenue for driving at night without taillights. He fell down while taking field sobriety tests, abraded his face, and blew over three times the legal limit. EMTs responded to check on his injuries. He was cited for excessive DUI and open container and given a courtesy ride home.

    8/25 A young child called 911 and asked for pizza or a burger then hung up. No one answered when dispatch called the number. A deputy responded to the location and found the parents at home. The father had a talk with his kids about responsible phone usage.

    8/31 A caller found a garbage bag that smelled bad at the bottom of a hill and suspected there was a dead body in it. Deputies responded and determined the bag was empty and there was a dead skunk nearby.

    9/27 A caller reported that there was a red horse trailer parked in a field with around 40 to 50 chickens and a herding dog nearby. She was concerned that the flock was on public property and although there was no indication of criminal behavior, she was adamant that a deputy respond to the scene. An officer did so and told the caller that everyone involved looked content and happy, that the animals were on private property, and that open range for livestock is allowed in Idaho.

    9/30 A caller reported that a cow had gotten into a Driggs house he was working on while the door was off its hinges and had caused damage and chewed up some carpet. A report was taken for the damage.

    11/15 A caller said a man had come to his house to thank him for helping to get his vehicle unstuck the previous day. The visitor, who had managed to get stuck again while at the callers address, was acting strangely and the caller was concerned he was driving under the influence. Deputies arrived and detected the odor of alcohol and marijuana coming from his vehicle. He failed field sobriety tests but a breath sample indicated he did not have significant blood alcohol levels. However, his behavior and other indicators made the officers suspect he was under the influence of a controlled substance or prescription drugs, so they took him into custody and received a warrant for an involuntary blood draw. The man, a Pocatello resident, was released and is awaiting possible driving under the influence of a controlled substance charges.

    12/5 A caller reported hearing a verbal altercation in the commons area of Mountain Laurel Apartments, including yelling and screaming individuals that were possibly intoxicated. Deputies responded and discovered that the source of the ruckus was a childrens birthday party. There were no intoxicated parties or conflict, only enthusiastic kids.

    12/9 An employee of of a local landscaping company reported receiving a prank call from a juvenile caller requesting details on the extent of the landscaping companys services. With no contact information, deputies were unable to contact the prankster.

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    Robert Gehrke: Friends are rallying to help Dave The Flower Guy, they shouldn’t have to – Salt Lake Tribune - October 23, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    For 48 years, Dave Matson has been making the rounds, mowing lawns. Maybe youve seen him in downtown Salt Lake City on his riding mower, going between the roughly 50 lawns hes responsible for maintaining.

    My doctor says its good physical therapy, Matson said, which is important, because Dave was born with cerebral palsy.

    Back in 1992, Matson started selling flowers to make a little extra money, which has earned him the nickname Dave The Flower Guy when hes appeared on X96s Radio From Hell Show every Friday for the past 22 years to pick the Boner of the Week awarded to the stupidest or worst person in the news.

    Since he was 14, Matson lived with his stepmother, Erma, who raised him after his father, Jerry, died of a brain tumor. Erma worked as an elevator operator at the Hotel Utah and then, for a long time, as a nursing assistant at a nursing home, where she and Jerry first met, according to her sister, Donna Elcock.

    Dave and Erma shared a one-bedroom apartment, living off their respective Social Security checks and the money Dave earned from his lawn-mowing and flower-selling jobs.

    A few weeks ago, Dave came home to find his mother had fallen. He called an ambulance. Bloodwork taken at the hospital revealed she had acute leukemia and she was transferred to Huntsman Cancer Institute.

    Ten days later, she died, leaving Matson on his own, really for the first time in his 61 years, and in a tough spot financially.

    My Social Security is only $750 and my rent is a thousand bucks, Matson said, so I gotta get a cheaper place.

    Elcock said she and her husband, who live in Wyoming, have tried to line her nephew up with some additional assistance, but ran into programs with enrollment freezes in place or other dead ends.

    Matson doesnt want to leave the city where hes grown up. People support me here, he told me when we spoke, before he headed out to mow a couple more lawns.

    I really feel like he could be alone, Elcock said, but I just wish there was some kind of help he could get.

    His friends from Radio From Hell launched a GoFundMe page for Matson and listeners and friends have rallied to help in other ways, as well, a testament to the kind of person Dave is, Bill Allred, co-host of the morning show, told me.

    If you were just to judge him after 30 seconds of talking he would seem to have everything against him, Allred said. He has difficulty walking, he has difficulty talking sometimes, just getting the words out. He obviously has some disability and he would be easy to dismiss.

    But if you give him a second, hes the most relentlessly upbeat, positive, hard-working, honest person that you would ever come in contact with.

    He gets up and he goes every single day, his aunt said. I think my sister was always a real positive person even though they didnt have very much, and I think hes like that too.

    Its inspiring to see a community rally around Dave but it shouldnt have to be this way.

    We live in a state where people help their family and neighbors, and thats a good thing, Andrew Riggle, an advocate with the Disability Law Center, told me. But it means often people dont get connected with the social services and support systems available and they dont know what to do when like in Daves situation they lose that support.

    Add to that the fact that Utahs system to help disabled individuals is badly underfunded. By the most recent estimate, there are more than 3,600 Utahns on the waiting list to receive services from the states Division of Services for People with Disabilities, and the waiting list has grown by about 1,500 in the past six years. The average wait is five years.

    The gaps in the system have become more acute during the pandemic, Riggle said. It has made it much more difficult to provide face-to-face services or assistance in group settings.

    One of our concerns is that individuals may be losing out on opportunities for education, for community engagement, for all these different opportunities, Riggle said.

    The Legislatures solution is asking voters to approve Amendment G to the constitution, which would allow lawmakers to spend education funds on social services but in reality it just pits disabled Utahns against schools and doesnt guarantee any added funds for either.

    We need a real solution, and that means adequate funding. GoFundMe campaigns and relying on the goodwill of our community cant fill the gaps in our frayed social safety net. And until we get serious about the issue, people like Dave are going to keep falling through those gaps.

    If youd like to help Dave The Flower Guy, you can contribute through the X96 GoFundMe page. If you would like adequate funding for social services for Utahns with disabilities, vote.

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    700 Thousand Products Debut at the 128th Canton Fair, Embracing Technological Breakthrough – PRNewswire - October 23, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    "This year live streaming remains a key approach for showing products and seeking business opportunities. Exhibitors are smartly using Canton Fair's live stream showrooms to introduce their new products that are designed based on the current economic development with cutting-edge technology," said Maggie Pu, Deputy Director General of the Foreign Affairs Office of the Canton Fair.

    Immersive Live Stream Technology Empowers Innovative Presentation

    A highlight of the fair is the household electrical appliances segment that showcases products from refrigerators to small household electrical appliances. 2,600 electronic and home appliances exhibitors at the 128th Canton Fair are embracing the opportunities of conducting business without time differences, introducing not only new products and factories but also product application scenarios in their live stream rooms.

    Stay-at-Home Economy Inspires Technological Innovation in Home Appliances

    The changing market environment not only drives the innovation of Canton Fair as a trade platform but also shifts product development trends for the Fair's exhibitors who produce small appliances, kitchen appliances and home products. To win orders, smart products and technology debuts are becoming the key determining factor.

    Commenting on the 128th Canton Fair, Mike Pook, Manager of The Warehouse Group,New Zealand's leading retail group, noted that the digitally enabled Fair allows him to conductbusiness with China without interruption. He believes that the Canton Fair remains one of the largest and the most successful trade shows in China.

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    Space Jam 2 Plot Leak Takes LeBron on a Looney Trip Into the WB Vaults – The Dad - October 20, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    (Twitch/TheDadGaming)

    Welcome to the club.

    Its the first message that greets you upon visiting The Dad, a nod of acknowledgment that may seem like little more than a cool tagline that is, until you realize what being a member of the club actually means. Being a dad is an experience like no other. Its beautiful and stressful and exciting and exhausting all at once. It comes with challenges that only other dads can understand. Being a member of the club means being surrounded by people like you, and people very unlike you but with one important thing in common: fatherhood. It doesnt take long to realize just how deeply members of The Dad community care for each other, and that level of support extends far beyond things strictly related to fatherhood. When a member of our community celebrates, we all celebrate. If one of us needs help, the response is so enormous its almost deafening. And when we experience a tragedy, we mourn together.

    On October 7, one of our own tragically passed away. RJ Barry was a father, gamer, and a valuable member of The Dad Gamings Rocket League community. RJ loved playing Rocket League and Call of Duty, racing 4 wheelers, skateboarding, but most importantly, the 29-year-old loved his friends and family. Particularly, his daughter Vivian.

    The loss of RJ hit The Dads gaming community hard RJ had been an active member of The Dads Rocket League group since February, participating in weekly Tuesday game nights and befriending dads around the world. RJ was a skilled gamer, regularly making the playoffs and winning tournaments. But more importantly, RJ was a great friend and an amazing dad.

    Jon Melo was just one dad who RJ befriended through The Dads Rocket League group, as the two dads played regularly on the same team (and somehow, lost regularly on the same team). Of course, the one week the two separated, both made the semi-finals before RJs team went on to win the tournament. We always said were going to win it together, Melo recalled.

    Honestly I cant say enough about him, Melo said. He just was such an easy-going person and always there to listen to you if you needed someone. A lot of dads on here would say he was one loving outgoing fun guy to play with and was always positive.

    But for gamer friends and non-gamer friends of RJ, there was one constant: That man loves his daughter and he would do anything for her, Melo concluded.

    The loss of RJ left gamer dads near and far both shocked and saddened. But with the enormous grief that came with the RJs passing came something beautiful a community coming together to mourn and celebrate the life of a friend.

    A post shared by Garrett Van Ginkel, The Dad Gaming Rocket Leagues admin highlighted the true nature of what it means to be a member of The Club. Its about far more than gaming and memes its about having a place to celebrate lifes wins and grieve lifes losses, and never having to do either alone.

    Garretts touching post explained how after RJs passing, members of the community came together to honor their fallen teammate. Together, the group came up with ideas to honor RJ, who played by the name Tartarus. We will be holding a 1 minute moment of silence at kick off of the first round of play, Garrett explained.

    During the moment of silence, each team of 3 loaded in with only 2 players to symbolize that we were all missing a player, Garrett told The Dad.

    And silently, beautifully, the incomplete teams paid their respects.

    We are permanently retiring Team 21, Garrett continued. It was a common team for him to be on due to his rank, and it was the last team he played for in our tournaments. Moving forward, it will be known as Team Tartarus.

    Watch the moment of silence:

    The group even moved their efforts outside the confines of the internet. Garrett explained, I have set up a PayPal account to take donations for his daughter Vivian and his family. We will be promoting it on stream during the tournament, and have it displayed on the overlays so anyone that tunes in will see it. Once all donations are in, I will personally write a check to his family for the full amount in the PayPal account. The email address to donate is: [emailprotected]

    As dads, we want nothing more than to be there for our kids, to take care of them. In RJs memory, the group is collecting money which will go to a trust in Vivians name. Though the trust will provide financial assistance to Vivian one day, it represents so much more than money its emblematic of the true nature of being a dad. If theres a problem, you try to fix it. If you cant fix it, you do everything you can to help, and you do it with a whole lot of love.

    RJ will be forever missed by both his friends and family, but he will always be remembered and he will always be a member of The Club.

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    Greek Runner Helps Disabled Woman Achieve Dream of Climbing Mount Olympus – The Dad - October 20, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    (Twitch/TheDadGaming)

    Welcome to the club.

    Its the first message that greets you upon visiting The Dad, a nod of acknowledgment that may seem like little more than a cool tagline that is, until you realize what being a member of the club actually means. Being a dad is an experience like no other. Its beautiful and stressful and exciting and exhausting all at once. It comes with challenges that only other dads can understand. Being a member of the club means being surrounded by people like you, and people very unlike you but with one important thing in common: fatherhood. It doesnt take long to realize just how deeply members of The Dad community care for each other, and that level of support extends far beyond things strictly related to fatherhood. When a member of our community celebrates, we all celebrate. If one of us needs help, the response is so enormous its almost deafening. And when we experience a tragedy, we mourn together.

    On October 7, one of our own tragically passed away. RJ Barry was a father, gamer, and a valuable member of The Dad Gamings Rocket League community. RJ loved playing Rocket League and Call of Duty, racing 4 wheelers, skateboarding, but most importantly, the 29-year-old loved his friends and family. Particularly, his daughter Vivian.

    The loss of RJ hit The Dads gaming community hard RJ had been an active member of The Dads Rocket League group since February, participating in weekly Tuesday game nights and befriending dads around the world. RJ was a skilled gamer, regularly making the playoffs and winning tournaments. But more importantly, RJ was a great friend and an amazing dad.

    Jon Melo was just one dad who RJ befriended through The Dads Rocket League group, as the two dads played regularly on the same team (and somehow, lost regularly on the same team). Of course, the one week the two separated, both made the semi-finals before RJs team went on to win the tournament. We always said were going to win it together, Melo recalled.

    Honestly I cant say enough about him, Melo said. He just was such an easy-going person and always there to listen to you if you needed someone. A lot of dads on here would say he was one loving outgoing fun guy to play with and was always positive.

    But for gamer friends and non-gamer friends of RJ, there was one constant: That man loves his daughter and he would do anything for her, Melo concluded.

    The loss of RJ left gamer dads near and far both shocked and saddened. But with the enormous grief that came with the RJs passing came something beautiful a community coming together to mourn and celebrate the life of a friend.

    A post shared by Garrett Van Ginkel, The Dad Gaming Rocket Leagues admin highlighted the true nature of what it means to be a member of The Club. Its about far more than gaming and memes its about having a place to celebrate lifes wins and grieve lifes losses, and never having to do either alone.

    Garretts touching post explained how after RJs passing, members of the community came together to honor their fallen teammate. Together, the group came up with ideas to honor RJ, who played by the name Tartarus. We will be holding a 1 minute moment of silence at kick off of the first round of play, Garrett explained.

    During the moment of silence, each team of 3 loaded in with only 2 players to symbolize that we were all missing a player, Garrett told The Dad.

    And silently, beautifully, the incomplete teams paid their respects.

    We are permanently retiring Team 21, Garrett continued. It was a common team for him to be on due to his rank, and it was the last team he played for in our tournaments. Moving forward, it will be known as Team Tartarus.

    Watch the moment of silence:

    The group even moved their efforts outside the confines of the internet. Garrett explained, I have set up a PayPal account to take donations for his daughter Vivian and his family. We will be promoting it on stream during the tournament, and have it displayed on the overlays so anyone that tunes in will see it. Once all donations are in, I will personally write a check to his family for the full amount in the PayPal account. The email address to donate is: [emailprotected]

    As dads, we want nothing more than to be there for our kids, to take care of them. In RJs memory, the group is collecting money which will go to a trust in Vivians name. Though the trust will provide financial assistance to Vivian one day, it represents so much more than money its emblematic of the true nature of being a dad. If theres a problem, you try to fix it. If you cant fix it, you do everything you can to help, and you do it with a whole lot of love.

    RJ will be forever missed by both his friends and family, but he will always be remembered and he will always be a member of The Club.

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    Couple Rushed to Aid of Wounded Kansas Police Officer, Drove Him to Hospital – Officer - October 20, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    The couple pulled Lyons Police Sgt. Cory Ryan into their vehicle during a shootout and drove him to the hospital.

    Lyons Police Department

    LYONS, Kansas -- Wyatt Johnsonand his girlfriend were driving aroundLyonson Friday while she reminisced about her hometown. They were wasting time before a wedding rehearsal.

    In southeastLyons, near the home of one of her childhood friends, the couple saw an officer at a door and then heard shots ring out. Sgt.Cory Ryanwas responding to a call from a man who was mowing the lawn when he was threatened by a neighboring man with a gun at around3:40 p.m.

    The officer arrived at the home of the alleged shooter, 40-year-oldAdam Hrabik.

    Johnson said he couldn't see the shooter but saw the "blast from the gun."

    Ryan backpedaled.

    Johnson said he believes Ryan had already been shot in the arm and chest before the officer got out his gun in self defense. Ryan, who was also shot in the face, fired back.

    Johnson's girlfriend put the car in reverse, drove it 10 feet and turned the car sideways to create a barrier. Johnson pushed his girlfriend out the driver door and followed her out to put more distance between them and the shooter. He was on the phone with 911 while the two of them yelled for Ryan to come to them.

    Johnson said it was like they practiced it before.

    Shots continued to ring out.

    The two pulled him into the car.

    Johnson's girlfriend handed Ryan a towel to staunch the blood and tried to calm him. Johnson drove.

    "He was trying to speak but he couldn't because the whole bottom of his jaw was gone," said Johnson, a 24-year-old who works for a tree service company.

    They took him to theRice County District Hospitalon the west side of town. Ryan, 36, was then transferred to aWichitahospital.

    As Ryan was being cared for, the shooter retreated into the his home, according to theKansas Bureau of Investigation.

    Officers in the region started to descend on the home, bringing tactical gear and an armored vehicle.

    The first officers to arrive also discovered that the man mowing the lawn, who identified himself on Facebook asBrian Friess, had been shot.

    Lyonspolice chiefJustin Hollidaywas one of the officers who found Friess wounded and helped bring him to safety.

    Friess, theLyons High Schoolboys basketball coach and the school district's 2020 Ray and Evelyn Lippelmann Outstanding Teacher, was also taken to theLyonshospital and then onto aWichitahospital.

    On Saturday, he posted on Facebook that he had been shot in the left thigh and below his right lung.

    "Both bullets will stay in my body -- it's not like the movies where they go after em!" the 56-year-old wrote, adding doctors are keeping an eye on the bullet lodged in his lung. "Thank you to EVERYONE for the nice words! I'm blessed to live inLyonsand Coach/teach at LHS!"

    The standoff at the home lasted until around7:10 p.m.when officers convinced Hrabik to come out of his home. He was arrested and booked into theReno County Correctional Facility, according to the KBI.

    Ryan, who has been with theLyons Police Departmentsince 2012, is in critical condition but is stable, according to Sterling police chiefDerrick Ploutz.

    "I absolutely think they saved his life by doing what they did," Ploutz said, adding each second matters in a shooting.

    The Sterling Police Departmentis helping supportLyonswhile it is down one officer. About the response from surrounding law enforcement agencies coming to help, Ploutz said:

    "The response and the help that we give each other, I don't know any other place I would rather work," Ploutz said, adding: "We are small departments inKansasbut we always know that we got each other and when we are needed, everyone is going to be there."

    A fund has been set up at theLyons Federal Bankto help cover medical costs for Ryan. Donations can also be dropped off at theLyons Police Departmentand theFirst Bankin Sterling and will be forwarded on to the fund for Ryan.

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    (c)2020 The Wichita Eagle (Wichita, Kan.)

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