And every once in a while, craftspeople get to practise art. Passed his craft, his art, on to his family, too. His granddaughter, Mallory Chipman, 23, is a jazz singer and instructor at MacEwan University. So excited. I am leaving out the points, not becauseI don think they are the cutest thing EVER, but I am making this all from my stash and it getting low. Ahem Honey, I need fabric for Chrismtas! no, I don have “TONS” I am runnign low here sweetie.
It’s a murky 188 acre lake in the Hiawatha National Forest off County Road 442 in northeast Delta County.Wilmoth told her family she was going fishing Sunday near Munising, and they haven’t heard from her since. Wilmoth’s family says Ruska’s boat was found near the lake’s campground. Michigan State Police confirm a boat and a vehicle were found there.
One of the only bright spots noted in the report was a sailor who “showed presence of mind and fighting spirit when she attempted to activate” at tracking beacon at some point during the incident. Crew members were captured, more mistakes were made. The report found that during the 24 hours they were held some crew provided more information to their Iranian captors than they should have, and that they ate food while being filmed something they should not have done because it can be and was used as propaganda.
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) A tropical storm watch continues for Georgetown and Horry counties as a potential tropical cyclone moves off the shores of South Carolina Monday night.Affected locations include Georgetown, Murrells Inlet, Conway and Loris.A tropical storm watch means that tropical storm conditions are possible within 48 hours.The watch extends from Surf City, North Carolina to the South Santee River, an area that includes Georgetown and Horry counties.Residents in the Tri County have been experiencing rain throughout the day which is expected to diminish later tonight.A flood advisory for minor flooding was in effect for the Tri County Monday afternoon, but that has since ended.Currently, the system is approximately 20 miles south southeast of Charleston and 175 miles southwest of Wilmington, North Carolina.The Live 5 Weather team declared Monday a First Alert Weather Day with impacts expected from a possible tropical cyclone off the Carolina coast. Monday through Tuesday morning.Heavy rainfall will lead to ponding water or road closures. Up to three to six inches of rain is expected within most of the watch area with localized higher amounts possible.Charleston County increased its status to OPCON 4, citing the possibility of wind gusts up to 30 to 35 mph, showers with thunderstorms and coastal flooding.Georgetown County increased its status to OPCON 4 as it prepares for impacts from potential Tropical Cyclone Ten.Live 5 Meteorologist Joey Sovine said upper level winds have been shearing the system apart.”We could get a minor tropical system,” Sovine said.