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13 hours ago
A picture of Claremont's newest police officer - Margaret Barry (daughter of SHS principal Pat Barry). "We are very proud. She graduated from the policy academy today!" Barry said. She is pictured here with Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase. ... See MoreSee Less
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It sad, so sad that this lady went though the police academy and obviously did well but is now going to be included with a group of officers that do wrong themselves and don't enforce the laws as they should be. Good luck officer, you may want to request a transfer!
Congratulations Officer Barry. It was very nice having met you at one of the Green Dot Classes.
Congratulations, stay safe out there.
Welcome and congrats 🍾🎉🎈🎊
Good luck and congratulations
Congrats! Women power 👍💪🏻
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14 hours ago
Ice crystals that formed on some dried grass (Phyllis A. Muzeroll photo). ... See MoreSee Less
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