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Delaware Man Charged With Animal Cruelty After Whoring Out Dying Whale

Posted November 19, 2014 by Ricardo Paye

Delaware native and avid sport fisherman Thomas Frager was arrested and charged with animal cruelty in North Carolina over the weekend after allegedly allowing fellow fisherman to fuck a whale he had pulled onto his fishing boat. According to police reports, Frager admitted to charging $60.00 per session with the whale, which included a boat [...]

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NRA and Ohio Governor John Kasich Aim to Arm Students, Teachers

Posted February 20, 2013 by Sofa Malone

Ohio teachers and students would be required to carry a state issued handgun or assault rifle under a proposed law introduced by Ohio Governor John Kasich during his State of the State speech Tuesday night in Lima. Coming in the wake of a wave of gun violence and increasing calls for gun control, Kasich said [...]

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Man Regrets Buying $200 Car

Posted January 31, 2013 by Ricardo Paye

The decision to buy a $200 car off Craig’s List was a regrettable one, says Drew Appleton, 19, of Delaware. 

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Dead and Injured Horse Auction Draws Crowds, Protesters to Fairgrounds

Posted November 16, 2012 by Sofa Malone

Every November, people looking to unload or stock up on their supply of dead and injured horses gallop to the Delaware County Fairgrounds. For auction organizer Timothy Blentelneck, the event is a wonderful tradition that officially marks the start of the winter and Thanksgiving season. “It’s a fabulous yearly ritual in which horse owners can [...]

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Delaware Man Taken into Police Custody After Forgetting 9/11

Posted September 11, 2012 by Sofa Malone

Delaware man Yancey Glurglebottom was taken into police custody early Tuesday morning after local police discovered he had completely forgotten about the events of September 11, 2001. Delaware police officer Harley Richter said he was busy driving around town making sure all businesses and homes had the necessary number of American flags hanging in prominent [...]

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