It is with a heavy heart that we announce the death
of K-9 Stitch. Stitch died tragically in August 2020 from an undetected, liver tumor that ruptured spontaneously without warning. Stitch died in the hands of his handler, with the vet trying everything to save Stitch.
RIP K9 Stitch, a loyal faithful K-9 Police Officer.
Police Officer Stitch
Blue Review Article
Saturday, August 5, 2017, Houston Home Journal
Petition for a Writ of Certiorari
to the United States Supreme Court
July 13, 2017
Larry Brooks was fired from his supervisor position at Robins Air Force Base, and has been fighting to get his retirement benefits for the last 6 years. Brooks had 33 years of service. There is currently a split of authority in the circuits as to whether "similar" must be "identical" conduct, supervisors or comparators in employment discrimination case analysis, which this petition seeks to address at the United States Supreme Court.
UPDATE: Certiorari was denied. Larry Brooks' case was taken the last mile we could take it. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court of the United States gets more petitions than there are slots to for the Court to address issues and splits of authority needing addressed. Larry Brooks is still unable to draw his retirement benefits after 33 years of service, even though he is now of retirement age.
Mr. Charles T. Bell, Sr. Obituary 09/09/1918-08/30/2017
Mayor Randy Toms, Charles Bell, and Michelle Smith, for Charles Bell Day.
Charles Bell is 98 years young, and has made Warner Robins his home for many
years. Mr. Bell is the last surviving
litigant from the historic Holmes v. Atlanta 350 U.S. 879 (1955) Supreme
Court Case that desegregated the City of Atlanta Golf Course. This 60
year old Supreme Court Case is
significant for Golf History, Black History, and American History. Since Mr. Bell has made Warner Robins our
home for many years he has made his contribution to history part of our City
history. Thank you Mayor Toms and Warner Robins City Council for honoring my dear friend, Charles Bell.
Honoring Charles Bell, Saturday March 5, 2016, Houston Home Journal