3-day search for Texas State student missing since December starts tomorrow | abc13

LOCKHART, Texas (KTRK) — More than 100 volunteers are preparing to conduct a 3-day, weekend search for a Texas State University student who has been missing for more than two months.

According to an update issued by Texas Search and Rescue, crews will kick off the search for Jason Landry on Friday, Feb. 26, at 8 a.m. at the request of the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office.

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OK – Special Services This Sunday for Missing Teen | kscbnews.net

This Sunday, January 14, at 6 pm the Hooker UMC will be hosting a special service featuring Kelly Brown from Perryton. He will be sharing his personal story about his missing son, Thomas Brown.

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Petition · Texas Rangers Company B: Bring PaPaw Home – Find Michael Chambers · Change.org

*This petition is not affiliated with the Chambers Family, but is posted with their knowledge. All information that it contains is a compilation of public records, family and friends’ first hand knowledge, and other sources that have been vetted and verified. All information contained within has been given approval by the family for legitimacy and accuracy. The information in this petition is a collaboration of several individuals from various walks of life and professions (DFD firefighter family members, Texas law enforcement family members, mortgage broker, teacher, oilfield service company owner, and others who have researched the facts listed below, and have been given nothing in exchange for their efforts. It is open to interpretation as the reader sees fit.*

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Spike Sets Docuseries On Missing Ohio Women For July Premiere | Deadline

Spike TV has partnered with Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning documentarian Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost trilogy) on Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, an eight-hour event series about the deaths and disappearances of six young women in southern Ohio. It’s set for premiere Saturday, July 22 at 9 PM on Spike.

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FL – Missing persons awareness walk Wednesday

The KlaasKids Foundation will host a walk in Pensacola on Wednesday to raise awareness of the lingering missing persons cases in Escambia County.

The community event, the Missing Person’s Community Awareness Walk, will include family members of local missing persons and a “silent” walk from Bartram Park to the Hawkshaw Missing Person’s Memorial at 211 Bayfront Parkway to 499 Bayfront Parkway.

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Organization Uses Feeding the Homeless as Way to Help Locate Missing Persons | Good4Utah

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) The family of Macin Smith,18, who went missing a year ago from his St.George home, traveled to Salt Lake City last weekend for an event specifically organized to help find him.

The event, #BeeFed #BeeFound, was held at both Liberty and Pioneer Parks and was coordinated by Textwich, a non-profit organization based out of California, who helps find missing loved ones through feeding the homeless.

Macin’s mom Tracey Bratt-Smith, who loves the concept, came to Salt Lake with her husband Darrin and other family members to meet with Textwich founder, Ellen Van Der Bosch and other members of the Textwich team to help with the event.

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Kickball tourney benefits missing children non-profit | WHAM

Rochester, N.Y. – One non-profit dedicated to keeping children safe is using nostalgia to help raise money this weekend.

The third annual Kicks 4 Kids kickball tournament took place Sunday at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester.

It was hosted by the local branch of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

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TBI names winner in missing children’s poster contest

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced 10-year-old Henry Zenor as the winner of the state’s 2016 Missing Children’s Poster Contest on Thursday.

Henry’s entry, chosen from dozens of submissions, has been submitted to the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) poster contest, representing the State of Tennessee in the national competition. Henry is a 5th grader at Christ the King School in Nashville.

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CO – People walk in honor of missing pregnant woman, her unborn baby | KRDO

PUEBLO, Colo. – Hundreds of people walk to bring awareness of a missing pregnant woman and her unborn baby.

The 2nd annual Justice Walk for Kelsie Schelling happened Saturday.

It’s meant to honor all families who have missing loved ones.

Schelling went missing more than three years ago.

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The Yuma Pioneer – Missing Person’s Day is February 4

Denver — Colorado’s General Assembly will recognize February 4th as “Missing Person’s Day,” through passage of a joint resolution and then, at 11:45 a.m. on the East Steps of the Capitol, a Prayer Vigil followed by a balloon launch honoring and remembering the over 300 still listed as missing in Colorado.

People like Kelsie Schelling, who has been missing since February 4th, 2013.

“This is about all the missing in Colorado and how short our state falls in their help to the missing or their families,” said Kelsie’s mother, Laura Saxton.

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