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BRIAN MELTON/The Lancaster News
Leadership Lancaster participants Sarah DeVenny and Lauren Kornegay try to put handcuffs on Tammy Wolf, a deputy with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, during a five-minute war of wills May 11 at the 15th Street police training facility.
Editor's Column: 2 sketchy guys exit a pickup truck

I had never killed anyone before.
The two men stepped out of their pickup truck after I stopped them for speeding. One reached inside his coat, pulled out a handgun and pointed it at me. I shot him a half dozen times from 10 feet away.
The other man was moving toward me, and I saw his hands jerk. I shot him too, pulling the trigger as fast as I could until my sidearm was empty. By the time the last few shots hit the man, he was already on the ground.

Poll

Should special interest groups, like those for and against the incorporation of Indian Land, be allowed at polling locations?

Yes. They should be allowed to request signatures from voters by the poll entrance before they vote.
7% (6 votes)
Yes, but they should only be allowed to talk to voters at the poll entrance after they vote.
4% (4 votes)
Yes, but they should be 200 feet away from the poll entrance at all times.
26% (23 votes)
No. These groups should use other avenues to persuade voters and gather signatures.
63% (57 votes)
Total votes: 90

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