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Keep It Local - 04/17/14

  We live in Sumner County and my daughter's senior prom was held last weekend at a great little venue in Gallatin.  Last year's prom was held in Wilson County.  Everyone made it home safely but I worried about all those kids driving down highway 109 toward Lebanon that night.  It's late, it's prom and they don't know the road.
  I don't know who made the call to move the festivities closer to home this year but I think it was a great one.  I can't help but wonder why high schools don't have the prom at the school.  I remember several other dances at school.  Bound to be cheaper too.  

 

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SLEEPING WITH THE DIRECTOR

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- SAG Award winner J.K. Simmons knows how get more parts -- sleep with the director. Simmons wins a best supporting actor award for his role in the film "Whiplash." He's also considered an Oscar favorite. In accepting his SAG Award last night, Simmons thanked his wife Michelle Schumacher. She's an actress turned writer and director. Simmons jokes that means more work for him.

ZOO'S CREEPY VALENTINES

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Feeling the sting of rejection? Itching to get even with an ex? The San Francisco Zoo is offering something for the not-so-special someone. For Valentine's Day, the zoo has creepy creatures that are up for honorary adoption. Fifty bucks gets a scorpion. A Madagascar hissing cockroach goes for $25. The zoo will even send an email to the person who inspired the adoption.

FREE COFFEE SIGNS

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Free coffee is back for travelers on Washington state highways. Actually, the coffee never went away, but the free coffee signs are returning. Volunteers and non-profit groups serve free coffee at nearly 40 highway rest stops. But the signs offering the free java were not replaced when they became damaged or worn. Many travelers didn't know about the joe on the house. Now, state highway officials tell lawmakers the free coffee signs are going back up. The Herald newspaper reports the sign replacement program will begin in March. Backers say letting drivers know about free coffee promotes safety and helps to keep people alert behind the wheel.

MANHATTAN COYOTE

NEW YORK (AP) -- There's something wild in Manhattan. For the second time this month, a wild coyote has been captured in the Big Apple. New York City parks officials report a female coyote was trapped in the sprawling Stuyvesant Town housing complex in lower Manhattan. Vets examined and fed the animal. Officials say it will be released in a wilderness area in the Bronx. Earlier this month, a coyote was caught in Riverside Park. It was also released in the Bronx.

 
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