The Marissa Fire Department expressed their thanks to the community for pulling together for one of their own. On Wednesday, the department said their Lieutenant Brent Klin was able to bring his two-year-old son Lucas from the hospital after a monthlong stay. Lucas had a brain injury after a small playground accident. He had spent 15 days in the PICU and 25 days on another floor at Cardinal Glennon,
A few days before Christmas, the family was happy to report that Lucas was getting to come home for the holidays.
Several churches and local fire departments even surprised the family with a parade to commemorate the happy occasion.
The Washington County Fair Queens held a pet food and supply drive.
Want to get in the holiday spirit? Check out this video of fifth and sixth grade carolers at Trinity St. John singing “Go Tell It On The Mountain.”
Or this December fun post from St. Ann School of Nashville.
And perhaps some of the best news: the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported an hour ago that Santa’s sleigh had been spotted and Mr. Claus needed local assistance. Click on the link below to hear the scanner traffic from earlier.