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|Cub Pride Article - March 31, 2017 by Officer Jay Jastal||Posted: Friday, March 31 at 11:23 AM|
|With all the ground hogs we see every day at South Park, there had to be one in Pennsylvania that was afraid of his shadow extending our winter. I believe it is finally safe to say that spring has arrived in the Ozarks with summer soon to follow. We can now resume the outdoor activities we stopped during the colder months. It is also time to remember some tips to help keep our community and our (Continued...)|
|Cub Pride - March 25, 2016||Posted: Friday, March 25, 2016|
With spring here and the warmer weather it brings with it, we are starting to see people come out of hibernation and enjoying outdoor activities once again. Children and adults will be outside riding bikes, running, and playing.
Law enforcement asks drivers to be extra vigilant when driving during warmer weather when pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists are on the (Continued...)
|Cub Pride - January 22, 2016||Posted: Friday, January 22, 2016|
Keeping Our Teenagers Safe and Helping Them Make the Right Choices
Each year an average of 4,300 deaths of people under the age of 21 are attributed to excessive alcohol consumption. Health risks and risky behavior associated with alcohol consumption include smoking, fighting, reckless driving, high-risk sexual activity, and other elicit drug use. Studies have shown adolescents are much (Continued...)
|Cub Pride - October 30, 2015||Posted: Friday, October 30, 2015|
With autumn and the end of daylight saving time means reduced visibility and hazardous driving conditions. It is important that motorists use additional caution and adjust their driving habits and watch for pedestrians, cyclists, animals, and other roadway hazards that will be less visible.
Some things to remember while driving this time of year include the (Continued...)
|Cub Pride - August 28th, 2015||Posted: Friday, August 28, 2015|
From (N.S.C., 2015, "Slow Down: Back to School Means Sharing the Road")
According to research by the National Safety Council, most of the children who lose their lives in bus-related incidents are 4-to-7-years old, and they're walking. They are hit by the bus or by a motorist illegally passing a stopped bus. A few precautions go a long way (Continued...)