Once again the people in this town never cease to amaze me!!!!! My husband has COPD and high blood pressure. I have a torn muscle in my arm and a bad back. We can't afford to hire anyone to take care of the snow removal. Without saying a word my wonderful neighbor, Scott, behind me did part of my sidewalk and I went out to try to do the front, when my angel appeared out of nowhere...
The dogs saw the older model blueish van pulling up the driveway and immediately went nuts. I saw a young man jump out of the passenger door and come jogging up to the front door of our house. I opened the door cautiously, stepped halfway out onto the porch, and tried to hear what he was saying.
“You must be the man of the house,” were the first words out of his mouth.
If you've driven through town in the past few days, you've probably seen the signs. Pray for Natalie, #Pray4Nat, Justice for Natalie, #JusticeforNatalie -- these messages are popping up on posters throughout Durand and neighboring communities, encouraging residents to lift up a Durand toddler found brutally beaten and abused last week. Durand Now contacted Durand Police Chief Jason Hartz via email on Friday asking about an incident on Brand Street but did not receive a response.