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Three Moms, Three Stories, One Message!

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April Stewart / Mary Lily was on her way home, just before Thanksgiving, 2015. A compassionate soul, Mary had gone to meet a friend who needed a sympathetic ear, and was on her skateboard, heading home for dinner. Mary was crossing Craig Road, in a marked crosswalk, and had made it to the last travel […]

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A Little Ho-Ho-Ho and Community Cheer!

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The First Annual Safe Santa rode into the Boulevard Mall on an awesome antique Fire Truck on Saturday, November 24th. Tons of kids were there to see him and tell Santa what was on their wish list for 2018. Plenty of community partners were there too, to educate these children and families, because at the […]

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Clark County Pedestrian Fatalities Rose Sharply in 2017

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People on foot are the most vulnerable road users of all, and Clark County walkers are in the most danger in our state. In 2017, 78 pedestrians lost their lives, 10 of them were not in the street, but on the sidewalk. While overall fatalities in Clark County were down, pedestrian fatalities rose almost 38 […]

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Be Predictable and Courteous

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I was cleaning out some old files preparing for the launch of our newly remodeled website and came across this blog post. Even though it’s more than three years old it contains some great information that never gets old. Enjoy! January 29, 2015 …People ask me all the time how we can stop these senseless […]