• Music soothes PTSD sufferers, and a local group is using donated guitars and lessons to help vets cope.

• Stealing from a church? There's got to be bad karma associated with that. A local woman is accused of stealing nearly $46K from the church where she worked.

• Joy Junction's posting photos of the meals they feed the homeless is prompting quite a bit of discussion on social media -- some good and some envious. What do you think?

• 640 people attended the recent "Reinventing Our City" event. There were six main ideas. See if you agree.

• More than 50 cases await court hearings or decisions in race horse doping, giving the impression that little is being done while those charged continue with business as usual.

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Comment by once banned twice shy on July 18, 2014 at 11:09am

Uh, I think the black-hearted jerks who are jealous of the meals homeless people get at Joy Junction should just go ahead and be homeless.  Then they can see what a walk in the park it is.  Yegads, we have turned into an ugly, ugly nation.

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