Courier and Press – by Michael Doyle, Arika Herron

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Members of the Indiana State Teachers Association testified before the Senate Education Committee Wednesday that some of its members were shot with pellet guns and injured during a training session.

The active-shooter training exercise at an Indiana elementary school in January left teachers with welts, bruises and abrasions after they were shot with plastic pellets by the local sheriff’s office conducting the session.  Continue reading “Teachers unknowingly shot with plastic pellets during active shooter drills”

Farriers are some of the most fiercely independent, hard working, self governing people on the planet.

Trying to get them to agree on just about anything is akin to herding cats.

To say the fruits of their labor comes from the sweat of their brow is an understatement because there also comes a lot of tears and some blood, inevitably, pushing themselves to master their trade.   Continue reading “People Are People”