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DON’T BE A VICTIM

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POLICE REPORT

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According to police in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Mark Carroll, 18, masked and armed with a handgun, is the one who threatened and robbed the night-shift clerk at the Maverik convenience store on New Year’s morning. The clerk was Donna Carroll, Mark’s mother, but police said that it was not an “inside” job and that she still does not believe the man behind the mask was her son.

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The TORNADO SEASON is upon us.  Since the Town Council had rather spend our tax money on UN dues instead of a warning system, we have two choices: LARRY SPRINKLE or PRAYER.

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IT’S YOUR MONEY

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Agenda 21….You are dead….

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AGENDA 21 IS ALIVE AND WELL IN

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CLAREMONT

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I NEEDA SHIGGERET

Texas woman arrested after calling 911 for cigarettes, police say

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RANBURY, Texas –  Authorities in North Texas say a 48-year-old woman called 911 to have a deputy deliver cigarettes to her home.

Hood County sheriff’s Lt. Kathy Jividen says the woman, a Granbury resident, called 911 on Feb. 11 asking for the cigarettes. Jividen says the woman instead received a visit from two deputies and was arrested.

She was charged with a misdemeanor count of abuse of 911. She was later released from the Hood County jail on a $1,000 bond.

Jividen says the caller was “very intoxicated” when she dialed 911.

Granbury is about 65 miles southwest of Dallas.

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WONDER BRA

Smart Bra Detects Breast Cancer Earlier

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Breast cancer is leading cause of cancer-related deaths among females in both developed and developing nations. It’s also the most frequently diagnosed cancer, but early detection is vital — there is 5-year survival rates at approximately 80 percent, if detected it’s in the early stages.

Helping to make early detection even earlier is First Warning Systems, a Nevada-based company that’s developed a BSE (breast self-exam) bra with sensors integrated into the cups. The sensors detect slight variations in breast surface temperature that could indicate tumor growth.

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These variations in temperature are caused by the growth of blood vessels that develop in the breast to supply cancerous tissue with blood. The company explains that a distinct heat signature is given off by these blood vessels, allowing a tumor to be detected years before it is visible on a mammogram or MRI.

In three clinical trials involving 650 participants of all ages, the bra had an accuracy rate of over 90 percent and offered far greater an accuracy level than a traditional mammogram.

Sensor data from the non-invasive monitoring system is wirelessly transferred to a computer or mobile device and can be uploaded to the Internet for analysis.

First Warning Systems has been granted a number of patents and plans to put the BSE bra on the market next year in Europe and, pending FDA approval, the United States in 2014. Cost details have yet to be determined.

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