Monthly Archives: July 2017

Human Trafficking, San Antonio,, AP Wire,,, jon sage, trucking

Driver Formally Charged In Human Trafficking Deaths In Texas

A driver who claims he had no knowledge that his trailer contained up to 90 or more people, 10 of which have died as of this release, is being formally charged in a Texas court and could face the death penalty.

In a bizarre series of events, none of which included the driver calling 911, the driver claimed to have pulled over, heard pounding and yelling, and then opened the trailer doors. He reported that he was immediately overrun by “Spanish” people, and knocked down. Continue reading

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The Boogie!!! Bikes, Good Times & Summertime!

For any in and around Southern Indiana, The Boogie needs little or no introduction! It is the premier Biker event, and has been around for a long time… we don’t see it going anywhere but HERE anytime soon.

The Boogie is going on NOW (July 20-23) at Lawrence County Recreational Park. Get out and get your boogie on- OR- if we miss you this year, be sure and show up in 2018. Continue reading

Forever and Always, Jon Sage, Kim Sage, Wedding Officiant, Seymour Indiana, Licenced, Ordained Minister,

Making YOUR Wedding A Success!

When choosing a Wedding Officiant, or even a minister that is not affiliated with any particular Church, it is important to remember that the Ceremony may be as solemn or as care-free as YOU want for it to be. And yet, the Ceremony is still that- a wedding Ceremony, the joining of two people into one Union! How will YOU do it??

This is the beauty of building your wedding from the ground up, and of using your own, hand-picked, Officiant or Minister.

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It Happened Just Like That

An excerpt from the upcoming Novel- Ride My Highway- Coming Late Summer 2017!

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“I never really meant to become a truck driver, it’s just something that kind of happened. I understand that this might sound silly to some, but that’s how it went down. You see, when I was in grade school, my dad traveled a gas and oil pipeline, and he maintained their computers which controlled the massive pumping stations that dotted the line every 100 or so miles from Texas to New York. Dad would take me with him during summer breaks from school.

I BEGGED to go with Dad on the road… we would go to restaurants and travel about, just looking and talking about the scenery. Continue reading