Cass Midgley talks with Casper Rigsby. I had Casper on back on episode and being how he lives right here in Murfreesboro, I invited him over for a little chat about the state of the union and the subject of Identity. We hope to encourage people in the process of deconstructing their faith and help curb the loneliness that accompanies it. We think the world is a better place when more people live by sight, not by faith.
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Tara Lewis : Has a cause of death been determined? Penelope Garcia : No, but the coroner did reveal this one super-icky detail: all of the bodies had been drained of their blood. Emily Prentiss : Let's make sure to check on that first thing.
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Dorothy Montoya, known to many as Dottie, sits at her rustic, wooden kitchen table as the afternoon sun filters through an oversized window. Her home is full of art and a large canvass with a deep-hued blue sky and rich, golden sunflowers hangs behind her, as she talks about the smattering of newspaper clippings sitting on the table in front of her. When asked about the award, Montoya seems to down-play it. She continually brings the conversation back to the services she helped create and the students she helped. In , she and other employees used grant money to open a teen clinic at the high school, during a time when 80 to 90 girls became pregnant each school year. While the school had nurses, Montoya said they did not provide any sort of comprehensive birth control education or services. During about a three-month period in and , interim superintendent Merce Villareal suspended the work of the teen clinic. Montoya said that 13 girls became pregnant during that time. The clinic provided male and female students with contraceptives, along with education about sexually transmitted diseases and counseling. At the time, there were groups for incest survivors, students who identified as gay, lesbian or bisexual and anger management.
But according to police, the answer involves a Good Samaritan whose good deed backfired. Two men fighting in the middle of the road has got people talking. The video was posted to Facebook Tuesday with little explanation. The man who some commentators believed needed help was actually the one arrested for the incident that happened on th Street near Central.