By Amy Dickinson | Tribune Content Agency PUBLISHED: February 26, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: February 26, 2019 at 9:51 am DEAR READERS: I’ve briefly stepped away from my column to work on a new writing project. This week, I’m rerunning topical Q&A’s from 10 years ago. Today’s topic is “boundary-crossing in-laws.” I’ll be back next week. DEAR AMY: I will be getting married to a wonderful man in a few months. My future mother-in-law refuses to give her blessing until she meets my family. My father died when I was 8 years old. My mother married a monster when I was 12. He sexually abused me, and my mother turned a blind eye to it and disowned me when I was 16, claiming that I seduced him. I do not have a relationship with any of my biological family, and that is a painful reality that I have to live with. My fiance has been unable to convince his mother that this is a bad idea, so I’m at a loss. What can I do? Frustrated Fiancee DEAR … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: Mother-in-law threatened me, saying I need to ‘cooperate’
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The first thing Zachary Sutterfield noticed when he awoke before daybreak in his friends’ apartment was the uncomfortable heat. Vivid colors danced outside the living room window. Orange and blue hues flickered, casting shadows inside. The 20-year-old college student sprang from the couch where he’d been sleeping. He ran to the two bedrooms where his friends, Haley Michele Frizzell and David Angel Ortiz, were asleep. He remembers banging on their doors to wake them. They yanked open the front door of their second-floor apartment and dashed out to an outdoor walkway. “We were surrounded by fire,” Sutterfield said. Frizzell ran one way; Ortiz ran the other. Sutterfield, wearing only pajama pants, was caught in the flames. About this story San Antonio Express-News staff writer Peggy O'Hare has been reporting on the deadly San Marcos apartment fire since it occurred in July 2018. Her work has included an in-depth timeline on how the fire progressed, interviews … [Read more...] about ‘I didn’t recognize myself’
NOEL Edmonds is a veteran TV presenter known for his beard, extensive wardrobe of floral shirts and the many famous shows he has been involved with. However, he's set to try something entirely new by joining the I'm A Celebrity 2018 campmates as a late arrival. Here is what we know about the Deal Or No Deal presenter... Who is Noel Edmonds, how old is he and what is his background? Noel Edmonds is a 69-year-old TV presenter and former radio DJ. The thrice-married telly host was born in 1948 in London and, after sending out tapes across Europe, his first showbiz job was as a newsreader for Radio Luxembourg. From there he bagged a job hosting various shows on BBC Radio One in 1969, where he would remain until 1983. During the 1970s his TV career also took off as he hosted Top Of The Pops, and kids' show Multi-Coloured Swap Shop on Saturday mornings. He also presented at the 1980 Eurovision Song Contest, and hosted telly shows Lucky Numbers and Juke Box Jury, as well as the original … [Read more...] about What’s Noel Edmonds’ net worth, how old is the I’m A Celebrity 2018 star and when did he host Deal Or No Deal?
Keith Matheny Detroit Free Press Published 8:00 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 Hunting, and to a lesser extent fishing, are on the decline in Michigan — with a particularly alarming drop in hunting that's only going to get steeper, as the baby boomers who have driven the sport for decades age and drop away. This could pose a crisis in how Michigan funds its wildlife and habitat programs; have a huge, negative impact on the state's economy, and raises the specter of deer overpopulation, accompanying animal diseases and increases in car-deer accidents. From a high of 785,000 deer hunters in 1998, the number of licenses sold for Michigan's firearm deer-hunting season last year was down to 621,000 — a nearly 21-percent decline. And those remaining hunters are graying, with most in their late 40s to late 60s, according to a demographic analysis conducted by Michigan Technological University. By 2035, projections are that the … [Read more...] about Michigan hunting in big decline — why that matters
A forthcoming documentary suggests a Hobart woman who's serving a life sentence in prison for her role in two killings may have been a serial killer who also fed the remains of her dismembered lover to neighbors at a barbecue in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.Investigation Discovery, a crime-themed cable network that reaches 85 million U.S. households, will air the true crime thriller "Dead North" about Kelly Cochran, a Northwest Indiana woman who pleaded guilty to the 2016 murder of her husband, Jason Cochran, at their home on the 7100 block of Mississippi Street of Hobart. Cochran told Hobart police she injected her husband with heroin and smothered him with a pillow as revenge for the murder of her lover Christopher Regan, who she lured to her other home in Iron River, Michigan, with the promise of sex. Her husband burst out of the basement and shot Regan in the head with a .22 caliber rifle during the act, which the couple had plotted after making a "pact to kill off … [Read more...] about Documentary: Hobart woman may have fed dismembered lover to neighbors at barbecue, killed up to nine people