Next. Pass a law that any person running for office must sign a pledge that they will not accept any PAC (Political Action Committee) money and makes it illegal to accept or give PAC money to an elected official at the county, state or federal level.
Next, on the state level, pass a law that makes it illegal for anyone on a university board of trustees who was appointed by the very person that is applying for the president of that university, to vote on that subject.
Fire departmentsthankful for the help
The Harrison Township Fire Department would like to thank all those who supported our hog roast recently. We appreciate all who helped make it a success. We would like to mention the following local businesses:
Baker Brothers Farms; Community State Bank: Kewanna, Royal Center and Twelve Mile; Country Sales and Service, Logansport; Crimmins Farms LLC, Lucerne; Dykihas Farms, Holland, Mich.; Hair to Dye For, Logansport; Harrison-Metzger & Rans Funeral Homes: Kewanna and Royal Center; Marocco and Rans Funeral Chapel, Logansport; Herd Agri-Enterprises, Logansport; Kitchell Insurance Company; Logansport; Kneller Manure Management; Logansport Automotive NAPA; LRM Farms, Lucerne; Lucerne Feed and Grain; New Holland, Logansport; Smith Lawn Care, Royal Center; Zagajewski Construction, Logansport.
Again thank you to all! We look forward to seeing you on March 15, 2014, for our pancake and sausage breakfast, and Sept. 20, 2014, for our annual hog roast.
How we should handle ambulance problem
For several years, I was involved with the first responders and Cass County EMS. As I read the paper of all of the changes since the hospital gave up the EMS service, I think back on how efficiently the service was years ago. We still have the capability of having a great service here in Cass County. As painful as the article about the city wanting to purchase an ambulance for the fire department was, it is the right move.