2015 marks the 145th anniversary of the incorporation of Wichita and the 160th anniversary of abolitionist John Brown moving to Kansas. It is the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Little Arkansas River Peace Treaty.
All of which, and more, is history. That pretty well tells one that even though the day is relative mild, it still isn’t spring, going on summer, and the work shop is not heated so I read history (and pretty much else I care to) waiting all those promising days.
The ex-deputy has filed an appeal.
A couple of the other local shadow walkers have been mentioned as entered into the system through hearings. Trial dates are hard to come by. Several have been placed into diversion programs, mostly juvies. And divorces are picking up steam.
That divorce thing is relative new as far as numbers go, it appears. Not sure if they are long term residents, recent imports or the money (read jobs) situation is bringing them on.
I was surprised at the number of positions were advertised in the local paper for a couple of areas, so things must be improving. One of the wrinkles for the advertisers seems to be advertising the number of hours one will be expected to work.
Although, I suppose, the words “benefits” and “full time” don’t mean the same things now as they use to.
Mail check coming up. Y’all be good.
From the reaches,