Would be like throwing a part of her away. David and Jean Lindsey have kept Cheri’s bedroom the same as it was before she was murdered in 1984.She would have turned 46 last year.Instead, Cheri’s room is a sort of memorial for her parents Jean and David Lindsey, a frozen tableau of their seventh grade daughter with perfect attendance at East Middle School, who loved music as much as sports, who instinctively thought of others.None of Cheri’s belongings has ever left the Lindseys home. But over the decades, her legacy has manifested in the community where she lived and in the lives of those who knew her, mourned her, and sought justice for her death.James B.
Over a hundred people attended the ceremony, including Gov. John Lynch, who spoke briefly about the park, which he called wonderful tribute to Jim Mitchell. Nevins said the park will have a grand re opening at next year foliage festival, after the amphitheater is completed..
Speak to each other instead of assuming that person is a jerk or out to get you. Know why that guy on the road just cut you off? Because his mother was just murdered by a renter in her house and he was still dazed and in shock about it. (True story.) You never really know why someone seems to you wrong unless you take the time to just say first.
Deputies were called to the Hugs and Biscuits convenience store in Hackett on Saturday after the clerk told them a man tried to pay $13.50 in gas with a counterfeit $20 bill. Currency, had Asian writing on it and had written in small print, note is not legal tender for all debts, public and private. Clerk identified Fletcher as the man who gave her the $20 bill and said when she confronted him about the bill be fake, he told her he would run to his home a couple of minutes away and get an authentic $20 bill.
Suddenly, The Cat in the Hat arrives to try and liven up the atmosphere. For the most part, the kids were apprehensive about a strange cat coming into their house, but did eventually join in on the hijinks. Eventually since The Cat started wrecking stuff with his form of fun, which made the kids’ lives more difficult.