Barnesville police investigators responded to the scene of a shooting on Washington St. Wednesday night and were still there early Thursday morning, according to investigator Al Moltrum. Meanwhile, the victim has died from a gunshot wound.
Ok, then, Nolan. it was a fine example of early, textile mill-built shotgun architecture with a brilliant application of rare concrete block leveling under the front porch support piers.
Highlighting the landscaping were multiple aging malt liquor cans accessorized with dozens of small, empty glassine bags that shimmered under the one street light that had not been shot out.
The curtain dividing the two bedrooms was the very best grade Dollar General has to offer.
The historic neighborhood is anchored by a former Habitat for Humanity house with multiple historic vehicles up on blocks in the drive which will be restored when dear leader, President for Life Barack Obama, gets the Bush economy fixed once and for all.
Certainly, those whiteys at the Historical Society should get busy writing grants to preserve this magnificent, vintage Barnesville neighborhood.
This has nothing to do with anything except a need for information. Does anyone know anything I can do to get rid of about 600 VHS tapes (movies) other than dump them in the trash. I tried to get the tape out so I could maybe recycle the cases but I have arthritis in my hands and it was a disaster. Thanks for any suggestions you may have.
Sandra- I just Googled for any ideas, and I read that you can donate to hospitals, daycares( if the movie is age appropriate of course), nursing homes. The tapes are tax deductible if your donation is accepted.
Hope this helps.
Thanks. I had thought about the nursing home but just never followed through. This time I will. I hate to just trash them but I really need the room. They are numbered and cataloged so it would be easy to find an appropriate one.