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Merry Christmas. Now Who Swiped My Tree?

As the surveillance video circulated, the Whataburglar had a change of heart, much like the other Grinch. He returned the tree, surrendered to the police and agreed to perform community service as punishment.Continue reading the main storyElsewhere, trees keep disappearing. In Mobile, Ala., employees of Big City Toys arrived at work this month to find that the artificial evergreens outside their store had vanished. Rather than mope, they decided to buy more Christmas trees and give them away for free.“Some people need these trees to have a little bit of happiness in their life,” said Kristi Houseknecht, a store manager.Newsletter Sign UpContinue reading the main storyThank you for subscribing.An error has occurred. Please try again later.You are already subscribed to this email.View all New York Times newsletters.All the free trees went to new homes within two days. One was delivered to a man in hospice care. Another went to a recently released convict who could not afford a tree for her children.In the end, the missing trees that had inspired the giveaway turned out not to be stolen at all. Someone at the toy store had moved them to an indoor storage room during a rainstorm.There was no such happy ending in Minnesota, where the skunk-spray initiative came too late to spare the spruce that vanished from the university’s campus. The stolen tree — now just a sad stump in the snow — had been in a line of evergreens planted about a decade ago.Mr. Ritzer, the campus landscaping manager, said he expected the university to spend around $2,500 to dig out the stump and plant a new tree. […]

What We Know About the Pennsylvania Killings

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Concrete Evidence – Rachel Grant

Concrete Evidence Rachel Grant Genre: Suspense Publish Date: April 16, 2013 Publisher: Janus Publishing Seller: Rachel Grant “Full of secrets, deadly intrigue and steamy romance. A MUST read.” – Elisabeth Naughton, New York Times Bestselling Author A year ago she lost everything.  Now she wants revenge… Accused of stealing artifacts from a five-hundred-year-old shipwreck, underwater archaeologist Erica Kesling is determined to clear her name. She’s concealed her past and taken a job certain to give her access to the buyer of the missing antiquities. She's finally closing in on her goal when she's distracted by a sexy, charismatic intern who makes her want something other than revenge.    But Lee Scott is no intern. He's looking for the lead conspirator in an international artifact smuggling scheme, and Erica is his prime suspect.  He’ll do whatever it takes to win her trust and get her to reveal her secrets, even seduce her.  As Erica and Lee struggle to conceal their real agendas, the one thing they can’t hide is the attraction that burns hot between them.  When Erica’s quest puts her life in jeopardy, Lee must choose between old loyalties and a woman he never expected to fall for. […]

The Grave Man – A Sam Prichard Mystery – David Archer

The Grave Man – A Sam Prichard Mystery David Archer Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers Publish Date: August 26, 2015 Publisher: David Archer Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOUR CHILD WENT MISSING?… Meet retired cop, Sam Prichard. Sam Prichard was a cop, and a good one, until the bullets took out the joint of his right hip. Now he's trying to learn to live without being a cop, and getting to know his neighbors, learning to walk again and even ride a motorcycle. Life is bearable, barely, but then he gets asked to find a missing child, and the lure of getting back into some kind of police work is too much for him to resist. When he teams up with computer whiz Indiana Perkins, he suddenly becomes one of the best investigators he's ever even known. Now, he's found the missing child, but it's thrown him right into the middle of something that may be a drug war–or could be a chance to stop the next 911! There's no way out for Sam, so he's in for the ride of his life, but when the girl he's becoming fond of is suddenly drawn into the line of fire with her own little daughter, Sam is ready to forget all the rules and do whatever is necessary to win the day. See why people are calling it "unputdownable" yourself by scrolling up and downloading your copy today! […]

6 money-saving rules for limiting food waste when shopping

Nix food waste and save money by fighting the forces that entice us to buy, buy, buy. […]

Pocket-sized charge controller enables easier DIY portable solar electric systems

The Inti C14 solar charge controller provides one of the missing links for small off-grid solar setups, and could be the key to more build-your-own systems. […]

Florida Medical Marijuana Question Missing on Ballot

I just read an article by Brittany Wallman at the Sun-Sentinel outlining a situation where Former Oakland Park Commissioner Anne Sallee noticed something troubling about her vote-by-mail ballot: It is missing Constitutional Amendment 2, the medical marijuana question. The missing information occurred in Broward, Florida in the Oakland Park Precinct. Both Sallee and her husband noticed The post Florida Medical Marijuana Question Missing on Ballot appeared first on The Weed Blog. […]