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She saw things others might not have.
The estimate was within seven students.
A helicopter crew found them within minutes.
She was found with a pastor’s credit card, police say.
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Rocks, ice and crevasses made the area dangerous.
The driver who hit the bear left the scene.
He also had multiple arrest warrants.
A silver lining was that jobs and earnings increased in Southeast.
He’s one of just under 400 people to do it.
The long-term vision is larger than the small park.
It took hundreds of gallons of water to put out.
Meetings will be open to the public.
People of all ages and backgrounds were in attendance.
The shelter aims to feed more than 150 families for the holiday.
The witch and her house are ready for guests.
The city adopted an updated plan for the area, but it might not mean much.
Some city officials are looking forward to making composting easier in town.
Reasons for the warrants included vehicle theft and not showing up to court.