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The Law Enforcement Torch Run, the largest annual fundraising event benefitting Special Olympics Georgia, was held in Columbus Monday. Local law enforcement members who participated met with several Special Olympics athletes at a luncheon on the
The Law Enforcement Torch Run will escort the flame from the Pepsi Center in Denver to the Aspen Valley Harley Davidson store in Glenwood Springs, then travel to the Grand Junction Harley Davidson, 2747 Crossroads Blvd., arriving about 4 p.m...
Ken Veach of Schaumburg has carried the torch for Special Olympics Illinois for nearly 20 years, but now he takes his flame to an even higher level: the Special Olympics World Winter Games in South Korea. A retired FBI officer, Beach has supported
Font Resize Silicon Valley Community Newspapers Photograph by Karen T. Borchers / Bay Area News Group Flame On Special Olympics athlete Stacey Stevenson, 45, of San Jose carries the 'Flame of Hope' up El Camino Real in Sunnyvale as she runs with
The Flame of Hope torch underwent a series of law enforcement hand-offs, including Fairfield police officers and members of the California Highway Patrol, before arriving at the Vacaville Police Department on Wednesday, said Vacaville police
Roberts, one of nearly 150 local Special Olympic athletes, ran the Flame of Hope into Hopkins Park on Sunday as part of the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run, the single largest year-round fundraising event benefiting Special Olympics in the state.
Click over to our graduation section to check out slide shows of graduations from around Frederick County...Man found dead at Westview Promenade The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man whose body was found Thursday
Kentucky Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Photo 1 of 7 Law enforcement (front) and Ft...Vine St. on their way to Phoenix Park on Friday, June 1, 2012 in Lexington, Ky...The Kentucky Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics was
Officers from the DeKalb and Sycamore police departments and the sheriff's office are set to take part in the local event, according to the Special Olympics Illinois website, which will be at the Dunkin' Donuts at 1840 DeKalb Ave...Officers are
Bryan Evans (with torch) of Greensboro carries the Special Olympics Flame of Hope down West Washington Street on Friday...Edmondson said he did 6 miles of the torch run last year in Greensboro but could run this year because of foot surgery.