How Can You Help? Wish List From Local Nonprofit Organizations, July 13

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ITNRacineCounty Inc. ITNRacineCounty, Inc. (Independent Transportation Network), provides affordable transportation options for seniors, ages 55 and older, and those with visual impairments. It replicates the feeling of personal car ownership by giving rides in volunteers vehicles any day, any time and for any reason. Volunteers set up their own availability schedule. Wish list: Gift Certificates to anywhere, any amount #10 Double Window Envelopes Forever stamps (rolls of 100) Global Positioning Systems First aid kits Stepstools Donations may be dropped off at ITNRacineCounty Inc., 6216 Washington Ave., Suite G, Racine. Call 262-554-1091 for more information.
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John Deere Classic fans find new rules for bags : Golf

A Midland police officer responded to a disturbance with weapons at about midnight Friday in the 2300 block of Cloverdale Road. The investigators learned that Jordan, originally from Africa, had recently gotten married and moved to Midland about a month ago. Jordan told a female family member that he wanted her cellphone and $2,000 to get back to Africa because he did not want to be in Midland anymore. The woman said Jordan got very angry and threatened her with a folding razor blade shaver, according to the arrest affidavit.
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MPD: Man wields two knives during argument – MRT.com: Crime

Lehman said the clear bags areallowed because “we want to be able to see what is in them.” He said the tournament has tried to spread the word through a social media campaign and email blasts topast and current ticket-holders. In addition, security personnel are warning spectators of the rules change at the public parking lots before they boardshuttles to the golf course. Also in the parking lots, security staff are using metal detector wands again this year to check for knives and other prohibited metal objects. “Everybody has a pocket knife on them,” he said.
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