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  • Prepare to protect yourself in Danville

    I own property in and around the city, and it’s nothing to hear gun shots or individuals fighting and/or threatening each other with bodily harm.

  • Support Baynes for city council

    She has a feeling for the issues that affect our daily lives. 

  • What can we learn about this?

    We can learn a lesson from Larson, a man relatively new to Danville, and from Keen, a son of this city, and realize that the solution to crime isn’t to live in fear, but to encourage others to embrace the message of non-violence.

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