The column that says never make fun of the weather forecasters when it doesn’t snow as deep as they kept warning you about, just be grateful they were wrong, which they actually weren’t by putting us on the edge of 0 to 4 inches, and why is it so cold at Cumberland Regional High School every day that some students wears coats in class?
By Jack Hummel
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What do you do with students who refuse to behave in class?
At Cumberland Regional, you’re placed in a special, isolated room and your lunch is delivered to you. How great is that? If you behave for certain length of time, you get to go to lunch again.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t make you automatically want to learn. It’s probably too late anyway.
We asked former News photographer Bryan Littel if he’s part Ethiopian after he announced he is running in the first wave at the Boston Marathon this year.
“Nah, those guys can blow my doors off without even trying. I’m just a mix of stubborn and crazy when it comes to going after a goal.”
— Bryan Littel
Remember when Bridgeton attorneys Kevin McCann and Basil Beck ran in the Boston Marathon?
Remembering the great ones …
“Haven’t heard his name mentioned in a while, but I will never get over the loss of Dennis Burke.
“This was a grown man who never really grew up. If you never hung out with Dennis, you missed something unique. Always jovial, helping and concerned about others.
“Knew his trade inside and out and shared to make us better people. I hope I can meet up with him again to thank him once again.”
— Steve Tatz,
WVLT senior senior
By the way, the GoFundMe for Jimmy Williams went over the top of $10,000 for his funeral thanks to an anonymous donation of over $2,500, and we wonder if that amount was collected at Cumberland County College where Jimmy announced sporting events.
So God needed a crack radio engineer and a personality behind the microphone. So he requisitioned Dennis and Jimmy.
But he can’t have Steve Tatz.
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“I want to thank everyone for their encouragement and great response. To let all of you know, I was endorsed by the Cape May County organization.
“Thursday, I will be going in front of the Cumberland County Organization for their endorsement. Again, thanks everyone.”
— Jim Sauro,
running for Assembly
“Every day, mechanics are hungry, cold, and without love.
“For only 99 cents a day, you can help one of the many mechanics we have in our shelters.”
— Karen Hemple
MECHANIC DWAYNE HEMPLE.
Help him pay for his wife’s camping, because she didn’t make it to work today.
YOU CAN BOOK IT: Where if you owned a business, you wouldn’t be hoping for snow.