Sunday, February 19, 2017
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Some 200 immigrants in the Carolinas and Georgia, more than 150 in Los Angeles and around 40 in New York, have been rounded up according to ICE in recent days. One woman who was picked up was a mother of two who had pleaded guilty almost 10 years ago to using a false ID to get a job as a janitor. She was not deported. Last week, when she showed up for a routine check-in with ICE, she was deported. Do you favor aggressively deporting immigrants who have been living peacefully here for years?


 
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Looking Back

Faces and places from the past are featured each week in Looking Back, sponsored by Standard Supply, and we invite you to share your memories here.

If you can identify anyone or remember the occasion, please scroll down and leave a comment.

This week’s photograph originally appeared in the 1958 Monitor High School yearbook. Pictured are members of the Dramatics Club that year, and, we think, at least one faculty adviser. Do you recognize anyone in this picture? If you do, call Sherri at 423-9331 or send an email.
 

Wayne Young, Brenda Hardy, Donald Morris, Bro. Bobby Lee, Tommy Giddens and Sandra Drexler all called about last week’s photo. That’s Sandra giving a trim to Freddie Lee (Bobby’s brother) at Lobos II. The salon was originally located at the back of Mr. Lobos, a clothing store on East Pine, next to Dock’s Credit Jewelers. Lobos II was on North Main St. and was a salon only.
 
 

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