Pam watched her mom, guided by their good friend Ruth, walk down the steps and get in the car. She returned to front door, wanting to get out of the cold, only to look back as the car backed out of the drive. “It’s nice of Ruth to give me a little break,” Pam smiled, … Continue reading Cheeto-head


Yet That’s Where the Adventure Begins

“The problem with books is that they end,” writer, author and all-round world champion blogger, Victoria Ray wrote recently. I didn’t immediately read her entire post as I was too busy disagreeing with her supposition. Her words tossed me back into my ninth-year of life, when for Christmas someone, (more than likely a gift from … Continue reading Yet That’s Where the Adventure Begins

Walmart’s ‘Receipt Check’ Bad for Customer Relations

The common law of ‘Shopkeeper’s Privilege,’ is set out in NRS 205.220 and NRS 205.240 and allows retailers to detain suspected shoplifters. The detainment must occur on store property and the merchant can only hold the suspect for a reasonable amount of time, i.e., until the police arrive. It is ‘Shopkeeper’s Privilege,’ on which Walmart’s … Continue reading Walmart’s ‘Receipt Check’ Bad for Customer Relations

Missing Crescent City Teen Sought

UPDATE 2: Crescent City Police say Cramer returned home on her own and is safe. UPDATE 1: Cramer's cellphone's been tracked to an apartment complex on Gary Street in Crescent City. Police have been informed. No word yet if they've investigated this latest development. Your help's needed in locating a missing and possibly endangered teen from … Continue reading Missing Crescent City Teen Sought