FrontpageNewsHeart of Bath AwardsHeart of Bath Awards 2018: Last chance to give a local hero the recognition they deserveNominate now before entries close on ThursdayEach year the awards are packed full of individuals, businesses and community groups who go above and beyond the call of duty to make sure the City of Bath remains the incredible place that it is.Do you know a local hero? There’s not long left to get your nominations in, with entries closing at 12pm on Thursday, March 8.Proud to be at the heart of BathCommunity Hero: A person who has made a real difference to their community or neighbourhood. Carer of the Year: A person who looks after someone who is ill or disabled. Young Person of the Year: A young person who has made a significant difference to Bath.
Remarkable. Love this one. Is a style of aged wine where I want to go, says J L. He has traveled with his mom to multiple destinations and is the best road trip companion. He just sits in his seat and looks out the window. It always funny to see people double take when they realize he is a cat.
Sure, she had seen them drive by or walk out to their mailbox. She had said hello or nodded to some in passing, and she may have even known a couple of their names. But she didn’t really know them, not until they were sheltering in her home as a fire raged one building over..
New Forest Commoner’s Notebook. Southern Evening Echo, Thursday, March 5, 1981. “In view of the ever increasing opposition to the drilling for oil in the forest I am surprised that there has been little or no mention of the all night floodlighting of the drilling sites.
What makes the post useful is it provides a hypothetical platoon organisation which, convientently for me, features 12 soldiers, the same number I just painted up. See my previous post here. I just need to get 4 futuristic looking jeeps, 8 quadripedial robots (I scour the 15mm science fiction ranges for something suitable) and make 12 drones.
The department’s radios, which haven’t been updated or replaced in several years, restricted officers’ communication with surrounding law enforcement agencies and other first responders.”By lending our support to local law enforcement agencies and investing in such integral equipment, we are helping to create better and safer environments for our employees, customers, families, neighbors, first responders and anyone who lives within or visits these communities.”The new radio system will benefit the town of West Siloam Springs, as well as the surrounding area.The improved communication capabilities will allow the department to increase its response times and will create a safer working environment for all first responders working or assisting in the surrounding area.”I would like to thank Cherokee Nation for their most generous donation to the West Siloam Springs Police Department,” said Police Chief Larry Barnett.”With this donation, the police department will be able to update the badly outdated communication system. We will be able to better serve the community to directly communicate with other police agencies, fire departments and ambulance services. This system will enhance officers’ safety to be able to contact these agencies and each other.”The tribe and its businesses, including Cherokee Nation Entertainment, CNB’s gaming and hospitality arm that operates the Cherokee Casino Hotel West Siloam Springs, are positive community partners throughout northeast Oklahoma.The company previously partnered with the town of West Siloam Springs to build a 500,000 gallon water tower and placed more than a mile of water line, allowing its public works department to better serve customers.Cherokee Nation leaders, as well as executives with CNB and CNE, recently presented Chief Barnett with a check at the West Siloam Springs Police headquarters..