Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Labels: Justice and Peace
BILL BEACHY, executive director of the Topeka Center for Justice and Peace, said 200 to 300 people usually show up for the free dinner, but the crowd expands to up to 700 for the program that follows.Beachy said the purpose of the evening is to raise the question of King's dream. Click to read about this week long event By BKirbee Yost The Topeka Capital-Journal Published Sunday, January 13, 2008,
Posted by Watchman at 6:08 AM
Six hours of work by Washington, Ainsworth, Kalona and Riverside fire departments and countless gallons of water could not save the 75-year-old Washington Chamber of Commerce building from a fire Sunday afternoon. Read the complete article By David Hotle 01/14/2008. Goldentrianglenewspapers.com. Your News and Advertising Source for 9 Southwest Iowa Counties.
Posted by Watchman at 5:23 AM