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satanic temple demands $35k after belle plaine cancels public space at veterans


a satanic monument commissioned for belle plaine's veterans memorial park never made it across state lines before the city reneged on an agreement allowing its display on public grounds.the satanic temple had sought to install a memorial at a newly sanctioned free-speech zone in the park as a counterpoint to a tribute depicting a soldier kneeling by a fallen comrade's grave, marked by a cross.the city approved the satanic temple's memorial — a black cube inscribed with inverted pentagrams and crowned by an upturned helmet — and agreed to help install it this summer.it was to be the first satanic monument erected on public property in the nation. but city leaders, responding to dueling religious protests, called off the installation.the satanic temple's attorney, martin flax, argues that th






belle plaine veterans park to include satanic monument


the people of belle plaine, minn., only wanted to honor fallen veterans of war.now, they will have to accommodate satanists, too.that’s the unintended consequence of a small-town saga over free speech, and it all began when someone complained about having a religious symbol on public property.the symbol in this case was a modest but poignant 2-foot steel war memorial called “joe,” which features a cross in its tribute to soldiers in belle plaine’s veterans memorial park.city leaders, fearing a lawsuit rooted in the constitutional separation of church and state, in january ordered the removal of the cross.but more than 100 residents rallied to restore the full memorial. to defuse the turmoil, the city then decided to designate a small area in the park as a “free speech zone,” open to 10 or






belle plaine veterans park to include satanic monument


the people of belle plaine, minn., only wanted to honor fallen veterans of war.now, they will have to accommodate satanists, too.that’s the unintended consequence of a small-town saga over free speech, and it all began when someone complained about having a religious symbol on public property.the symbol in this case was a modest but poignant 2-foot steel war memorial called “joe,” which features a cross in its tribute to soldiers in belle plaine’s veterans memorial park.city leaders, fearing a lawsuit rooted in the constitutional separation of church and state, in january ordered the removal of the cross.but more than 100 residents rallied to restore the full memorial. to defuse the turmoil, the city then decided to designate a small area in the park as a “free speech zone,” open to 10 or






veterans memorial in minnesota to include satanic monument


belle plaine, minn. — a veterans' memorial park in minnesota will soon include a satanic monument among its tributes, as an unintended consequence of a free speech debate.the city of belle plaine, about 45 miles southwest of minneapolis, is allowing the monument in its veterans memorial park after the freedom from religion foundation threatened to sue over another statue that features a soldier praying over a grave marked with a cross. the cross was removed once the issue was raised, but more than 100 residents rallied to put it back.city administrator mike votca said the city knew it had to include everyone, so it created a free speech area for all — as long as the tributes honor veterans.the memorial from the satanic temple in salem, massachusetts, features a black cube with inverted pen






satanic monument in belle plaine prompts protest, support


dueling religious groups plan to rally in belle plaine this weekend to protest the planned installation of a satanic monument in veterans memorial park, thought to be the first of its kind erected on public property in the united states.belle plaine city council member ben stier said he was confused by the rallies.“they’re protesting something that may or may not go up,” stier said. “it’s all speculation right now.”nevertheless, america needs fatima, a catholic nonprofit, plans to hold a “rosary rally” on saturday at the park, singing hymns and praying to raise awareness of what they say is satan’s evil.“people are kind of surprised that a public monument to satan would be put up in a veterans park,” said robert ritchie, director of the group. “the devil is scary to people.”minnesota’s lef






satanic monument in belle plaine prompts weekend rallies of protest, support


dueling religious groups plan to rally in belle plaine this weekend to protest the planned installation of a satanic monument in veterans memorial park, thought to be the first of its kind erected on public property in the united states.belle plaine city council member ben stier said he was confused by the rallies.“they’re protesting something that may or may not go up,” stier said. “it’s all speculation right now.”nevertheless, america needs fatima, a catholic nonprofit, plans to hold a “rosary rally” on saturday at the park, singing hymns and praying to raise awareness of what they say is satan’s evil.“people are kind of surprised that a public monument to satan would be put up in a veterans park,” said robert ritchie, director of the group. “the devil is scary to people.”minnesota’s lef






satanic monument in belle plaine prompts protest, support


dueling religious groups plan to rally in belle plaine this weekend to protest the planned installation of a satanic monument in veteran's memorial park, thought to be the first of its kind erected on public property in the united states.belle plaine city council member ben stier said he was confused by the rallies."they're protesting something that may or may not go up," stier said. "it's all speculation right now."nevertheless, america needs fatima, a catholic nonprofit, plans to hold a "rosary rally" on saturday at the park, singing hymns and praying to raise awareness of what they say is satan's evil."people are kind of surprised that a public monument to satan would be put up in a veterans park," said robert ritchie, director of the group. "the devil is scary to people."minnesota's le






satanic monument in belle plaine prompts protest, support


dueling religious groups plan to rally in belle plaine this weekend to protest the planned installation of a satanic monument in veteran’s memorial park, thought to be the first of its kind erected on public property in the u.s.belle plaine city council member ben stier said he was confused by the rallies.“they’re protesting something that may or may not go up,” stier said. “it’s all speculation right now.”nevertheless, america needs fatima, a catholic nonprofit, plans hold a “rosary rally” on saturday at the park, singing hymns and praying to raise awareness of what they say is satan’s evil.“people are kind of surprised that a public monument to satan would be put up in a veterans park,” said robert ritchie, director of group. “the devil is scary to people.”minnesota’s left hand path comm






satanic monument in belle plaine prompts protest, support


dueling religious groups plan to rally in belle plaine this weekend to protest the planned installation of a satanic monument in veteran's memorial park, thought to be the first of its kind erected on public property in the united states.belle plaine city council member ben stier said he was confused by the rallies."they're protesting something that may or may not go up," stier said. "it's all speculation right now."nevertheless, america needs fatima, a catholic nonprofit, plans to hold a "rosary rally" on saturday at the park, singing hymns and praying to raise awareness of what they say is satan's evil."people are kind of surprised that a public monument to satan would be put up in a veterans park," said robert ritchie, director of the group. "the devil is scary to people."minnesota's le






minnesota town to get the nation's first public satanic temple monument


veterans memorial park in tiny belle plaine, minn., is packed with remembrances for the town's men and women in uniform. soon, it will get one more: a solemn black cube holding an upturned helmet, its sides adorned with upside-down pentagrams.the satanic temple announced friday that it had received approval to install the monument, which is in production. within a couple of months, it is expected to take its place alongside a flag-lined walkway, a marble plaque and a retired uh-1h iroquois "huey" helicopter positioned as if it is hovering above the ground.the approval of the monument brings a new twist to a long-running battle that began last summer, when someone put up a metal silhouette of an infantryman kneeling before a cross. a resident objected, calling it a religious symbol that vio






a small minnesota town is about to get the u.s.’s first public satanic temple mo


veterans memorial park in tiny belle plaine, minn., is packed with remembrances for the town’s men and women in uniform. soon, it will get one more: a solemn black cube holding an upturned helmet, its sides adorned with upside-down pentagrams.the satanic temple announced friday that it had received approval to install the monument, which is in production. within a couple of months, it is expected to take its place alongside a flag-lined walkway, a marble plaque and a retired uh-1h iroquois “huey” helicopter positioned as if it is hovering above the ground.the approval of the monument brings a new twist to a long-running battle that began last summer, when someone put up a metal silhouette of an infantryman kneeling before a cross. a resident objected, calling it a religious symbol that vio






way cleared for belle plaine veterans memorial to be restored


the belle plaine city council approved amendments tuesday to a policy that will establish a free-speech zone at its veterans memorial park, the site where a cross was removed last month after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.the council’s 3-1 vote put the official stamp of approval on a proposal to designate a portion of the park as a “limited public forum” that would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.council members hope minor language changes will help strengthen the policy in court should outside groups pursue legal action. the revised policy requires each proposed memorial to honor a veteran’s organization or soldier — living or dead — with ties to belle plaine, to have $1 million in liability insura






way cleared for belle plaine veterans memorial to be restored


the belle plaine city council approved amendments tuesday to a policy that will establish a free-speech zone at its veterans memorial park, the site where a cross was removed last month after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.the council's 3-1 vote put the official stamp of approval on a proposal to designate a portion of the park as a "limited public forum" that would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.council members hope minor language changes will help strengthen the policy in court should outside groups pursue legal action. the revised policy requires each proposed memorial to honor a veteran's organization or soldier — living or dead — with ties to belle plaine, to have $1 million in liability insura






belle plaine veterans memorial to be restored in matter of days


the belle plaine city council approved amendments tuesday to a policy that will establish a free-speech zone at its veterans memorial park, the site where a cross was removed last month after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.a 3-1 vote by the council put the official stamp of approval on a proposal to designate a portion of the park as a “limited public forum,” which would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.council members hope minor language changes will help strengthen the policy in court, should outside groups pursue legal action. the revised policy requires each proposed memorial to honor a veteran’s organization or soldier, living or dead, with ties to belle plaine; be covered by $1 million in liabil






belle plaine veterans memorial to be restored in matter of days


the belle plaine city council approved amendments tuesday to a policy that will establish a free-speech zone at its veterans memorial park, the site where a cross was removed last month after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.a 3-1 vote by the council put the official stamp of approval on a proposal to designate a portion of the park as a “limited public forum,” which would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.council members hope minor language changes will help strengthen the policy in court, should outside groups pursue legal action. the revised policy requires each proposed memorial to honor a veteran’s organization or soldier, living or dead, with ties to belle plaine; be covered by $1 million in liabil






belle plaine veterans memorial to be restored in matter of days


the belle plaine city council approved amendments tuesday to a policy that will establish a free-speech zone at its veterans memorial park, the site where a cross was removed last month after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.a 3-1 vote by the council put the official stamp of approval on a proposal to designate a portion of the park as a "limited public forum," which would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.council members hope minor language changes will help strengthen the policy in court, should outside groups pursue legal action. the revised policy requires each proposed memorial to honor a veteran's organization or soldier, living or dead, with ties to belle plaine; be covered by $1 million in liabil






under pressure, belle plaine votes to restore cross to vet memorial


after weeks of public pressure, the belle plaine city council reversed itself and voted monday night to allow the erection of a cross they had ordered removed from veteran’s memorial park after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.for nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting american flags and their own handmade crosses. many argued that the symbol, in the context of a fallen soldier tribute, was secular rather than religious.more than 100 residents, who marched across the street from the local vfw to council chambers, squeezed their way into monday’s meeting to persuade officials to bring it back.“the residents feel a sense of duty,” said andy parrish. “our veterans defended us and it’s our duty to defend them.”nearly an hou






south metro briefs: belle plaine returns controversial cross to veterans park


four months after officials were forced to remove a controversial cross from the city’s veterans park, residents have restored the memorial to a newly established free speech zone on the property.the symbol, depicting the silhouette of a kneeling soldier at a fallen comrade’s headstone, was removed in early january after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state. enraged by the decision, a group of more than 100 belle plaine citizens pressured the city council to return the cross, which they argued was secular in the context of a grave marker.the city council voted 3-1 to establish a “limited public forum” at the park that would accommodate up to 10 displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans. the cross was returned last weekend to fanfare. do






belle plaine baseball aims to take one more step to a state title


all it took was one victory to send belle plaine’s baseball program down a different path.it came in last year’s season opener in the four-team belle plaine tournament, when the tigers beat minnehaha academy 9-7.“beating a well-rounded, accomplished team like minnehaha academy gives you a sense of pride,” tigers senior pitcher/infielder nathan herman said. “they were the favorite to win the state tournament. it was an eye-opener to how much talent we had on our team.”senior pitcher/infielder brody curtiss echoed herman’s sentiments, saying, “that got us thinking we could beat really good teams.”what transpired was something few could have envisioned: the school’s initial state tournament appearance.“it was incredible,” herman said. “when we were 10- and 11-year-olds, we kept saying, ‘we’re






under pressure, belle plaine votes to restore cross to vet memorial


after weeks of public pressure, the belle plaine city council reversed itself and voted monday to allow the erection of a cross it had ordered removed from veterans memorial park after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.for nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting american flags and their own handmade crosses. many argued that the symbol, in the context of a fallen soldier tribute, was secular rather than religious.more than 100 residents, who marched across the street from the local vfw to council chambers, squeezed their way into monday’s meeting to persuade officials to bring the cross back.“the residents feel a sense of duty,” said andy parrish. “our veterans defended us and it’s our duty to defend them.”nearly an hour






under pressure, belle plaine votes to restore cross to vet memorial


after weeks of public pressure, the belle plaine city council reversed itself and voted monday night to allow the erection of a cross it had ordered removed from veteran’s memorial park after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.for nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting american flags and their own handmade crosses. many argued that the symbol, in the context of a fallen soldier tribute, was secular rather than religious.more than 100 residents, who marched across the street from the local vfw to council chambers, squeezed their way into monday’s meeting to persuade officials to bring it back.“the residents feel a sense of duty,” said andy parrish. “our veterans defended us and it’s our duty to defend them.”nearly an hour






under pressure, belle plaine votes to restore cross to vet memorial


after weeks of public pressure, the belle plaine city council reversed itself and voted monday night to allow the erection of a cross it had ordered removed from veteran’s memorial park after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.for nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting american flags and their own handmade crosses. many argued that the symbol, in the context of a fallen soldier tribute, was secular rather than religious.more than 100 residents, who marched across the street from the local vfw to council chambers, squeezed their way into monday’s meeting to persuade officials to bring it back.“the residents feel a sense of duty,” said andy parrish. “our veterans defended us and it’s our duty to defend them.”nearly an hour






under pressure, belle plaine votes to restore cross to vet memorial


after weeks of public pressure, the belle plaine city council reversed itself and voted monday night to allow the erection of a cross it had ordered removed from veteran's memorial park after complaints that it violated the separation of church and state.for nearly a month, a rotating guard of citizens occupied the park each day, toting american flags and their own handmade crosses. many argued that the symbol, in the context of a fallen soldier tribute, was secular rather than religious.more than 100 residents, who marched across the street from the local vfw to council chambers, squeezed their way into monday's meeting to persuade officials to bring it back."the residents feel a sense of duty," said andy parrish. "our veterans defended us and it's our duty to defend them."nearly an hour






ordinance change may resurrect cross at belle plaine veterans memorial


for several weeks, belle plaine residents have returned daily to the city's veterans memorial park in protest, demanding that officials restore a cross that had been removed from a military tribute in response to a complaint that it violated the separation of church and state.city officials are exploring whether they can revive the cross by changing city code to designate a small area around the memorial as a "limited public forum."the proposal e from townspeople who want the cross restored to a monument for fallen soldiers, together with the alliance defending freedom, a large christian legal nonprofit. the proposed public forum would accommodate up to five displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans."this is all we were trying to accomplish," said joe burmeister






battle over cross at belle plaine veterans memorial park may have fix


for several weeks, belle plaine residents have returned daily to the city’s veterans memorial park in protest, demanding that officials restore a cross that had been removed from a military tribute in response to a complaint that it violated the separation of church and state.city officials are exploring whether they can revive the cross by changing city code to designate a small area around the memorial as a “limited public forum.”the proposal e from townspeople who want the cross restored to a monument for fallen soldiers, together with the alliance defending freedom, a large christian legal nonprofit. the proposed public forum would accommodate up to five displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.“this is all we were trying to accomplish,” said joe burmeister






battle over cross at belle plaine veteran's memorial park may have fix


for several weeks, belle plaine residents have returned daily to the city’s veterans memorial park in protest, demanding that officials restore a cross that had been removed from a military tribute in response to a complaint that it violated the separation of church and state.city officials are exploring whether they can revive the cross by changing city code to designate a small area around the memorial as a “limited public forum.”the proposal e from townspeople who want the cross restored to a monument for fallen soldiers, together with the alliance defending freedom, a large christian legal nonprofit. the proposed public forum would accommodate up to five displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.“this is all we were trying to accomplish,” said joe burmeister






battle over cross at belle plaine veterans park moves to council


for several weeks, belle plaine residents have returned daily to the city’s veterans memorial park in protest, demanding that officials restore a cross that had been removed from a military tribute in response to a complaint that it violated the separation of church and state.city officials are exploring whether they can revive the cross by changing city code to designate a small area around the memorial as a “limited public forum.”the proposal e from townspeople who want the cross restored to a monument for fallen soldiers, together with the alliance defending freedom, a large christian legal nonprofit. the proposed public forum would accommodate up to five displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans.“this is all we were trying to accomplish,” said joe burmeister






battle over cross at belle plaine veterans park moves to council


for several weeks, belle plaine residents have returned daily to the city's veterans memorial park in protest, demanding that officials restore a cross that had been removed from a military tribute in response to a complaint that it violated the separation of church and state.city officials are exploring whether they can revive the cross by changing city code to designate a small area around the memorial as a "limited public forum."the proposal e from townspeople who want the cross restored to a monument for fallen soldiers, together with the alliance defending freedom, a large christian legal nonprofit. the proposed public forum would accommodate up to five displays — religious or not — as long as they honor military veterans."this is all we were trying to accomplish," said joe burmeister






two die in fatal car crashes saturday


two people died in fatal car crashes around the state saturday, one a bicyclist west of belle plaine and another an older man whose car struck a tree in aitkin county.a ford explorer and a bicyclist were both traveling westbound on hwy. 25 in faxon township saturday at 7:36 a.m. when they collided.phillip andrew ilg, 56, of new prague was killed, though he was wearing a helmet. the driver of the explorer, a 16-year-old woman, wasn't hurt. faxon township is west of belle plaine in sibley county.four hours later in spencer township, a ford explorer driving southbound on hwy. 47 veered off the road and hit a tree. spencer township is in aitkin county.james joseph collins, 83, of aitkin was not wearing a seat belt. his air bag deployed but he died at the scene.erin adler






cops: satanic graffiti found on 4 n. amityville churches


advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe rev. walter c. willie jr. of prayer tabernacle church of god in christ next to satanic graffiti. (credit: joe turner) four churches in north amityville were spray-painted with satanic graffiti over the weekend in what suffolk police said are hate crimes. sometime between 9:30 p.m. friday and about 11 a.m. saturday, police said, a person or persons spray-painted the messages on shaw temple a.m.e. zion church on albany avenue, amityville full gospel tabernacle on brefni street, and zion gospel church on warren...






goat head topper stolen from satanist group's christmas tree


san jose — authorities are investigating the theft of an unusual topper from a tree decorated by the san jose chapter of the satanic temple as part of this year’s christmas in the park.the void once occupied by a large black goat head mask was filled tuesday by a red star and a wood-engraved sign informing onlookers that a new topper was “coming soon.”“our intention was simply to bond with our community, craft a beautiful tree and be part of a san jose tradition,” said chapter spokeswoman sadie satanas, who donated the religious symbol — constructed of clay, papier-mâché, foam and silk — from her personal collection.the topper was stolen late saturday night or early sunday morning, but the chapter didn’t learn it was missing until monday. a report has been filed with the san jose police de






monday's prep results


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group wants park renamed after activist


some menlo park residents are pushing to get a city park renamed after a u.s. navy veteran and local activist.although their request was discussed wednesday night during a parks and recreation commission study session, it’ll need to go back to the commission for further consideration and possible recommendation to the city council, which ultimately would decide.cecilia taylor, a resident and former council candidate who gave a presentation on the proposal, said in a text after the meeting that the commission “offered great feedback (and was) very receptive to the idea.”carl e. clark, who bought a house in the belle haven neighborhood in 1954 and lived in menlo park until he died on march 16 at the age of 100, was among the first black families to move to the neighborhood and helped form a






vietnam war memorial being dedicated in belle fourche


belle fourche, s.d. (ap) — officials in belle fourche are dedicating a vietnam war memorial this weekend.city councilman and veterans of foreign wars member monte talkington tells the black hills pioneer that the saturday morning ceremony will be the culmination of years of work and fundraising.half of the $8,500 cost of the black marble memorial has been raised, including $1,000 collected by middle school students through penny collections.___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeksinformation from: black hills pioneer, http://www.bhpioneer.com






reusse: at 27, motocross star dungey can ride off into the sunset


you can get from golden valley to belle plaine in under an hour, if mndot hasn’t decided to shut down hwy. 169. and in the middle of summer, if a beat-up sportswriter can see the promise of a column with that much travel time, point him south.there was one minor problem in the middle of july 2007: the visiting reporter had minimal knowledge of the activity for which he would be conducting an interview.motorcycles or dirt bikes. the 450cc class or 250cc class.who knew?the secret of success in these situations is to announce immediately that you will be asking naive questions, which is what i did when arriving at the home of troy and michelle dungey, in the countryside near belle plaine.the reason for the visit was ryan, the middle of the dungeys’ three sons. ryan had turned 17 in december a






tacoma elementary schools ends satanist club meetings, liberty counsel ‘as we pr


share thistagsatheismatheistatheist churchatheist extremismatheist lawsuitatheistsfirst amendmentfree speechfreedom of religionfreedom of speechgood news clubliberty counselno free speechreligionreligion newssatanic statue oklahomasatanic templesatanismtacomavote satan sign stolenwar on christianitywashingtonatheists masquerading as a so-called satanist temple group recently ended its after-school program at point defiance elementary school in tacoma. the after-school satan club ceased meeting soon after teachers from the seattle satanic temple offered their first meeting in december 2016. apparently, only one child joined the club.the group states that its purpose is to target the districts where good news clubs meet after school. the good news clubs are sponsored by child evangelism fell






belle plaine's dungey wins third ama supercross title in a row


ryan dungey is a champion, again.dungey twice collided with eli tomac, including during a tense final lap, but still finished high enough saturday to win his fourth monster energy ama supercross season title and third in a row.dungey finished fourth, two spots behind tomac — his closest competitor for the championship — and behind jason anderson, who won the event in las vegas. dungey, a red bull ktm factory rider from belle plaine, entered with a nine-point edge over tomac in the standings.“that was a season of never give up. it was tough from the get-go, but we did it,” said dungey, who was forced to wrap up the title in las vegas for the first time in his career. “we didn’t win the most races [this season], but the points are what matter at the end. we fought hard, tooth and nail. this






belle plaine father gets 17-year sentence for abusive death of infant son


a belle plaine man was sentenced to more than 17 years for killing his 2-month-old son by tightly wrapping him in a blanket until the infant stopped breathing minutes later.joshua s. sundblad, 26, was sentenced monday in scott county district court after being convicted of first- and third-degree assault, and second-degree manslaughter. the child, carson scott bosquez sundblad, was killed may 9, 2014, in the home of his mother’s parents.upon leaving prison, sundblad will serve another 8⅔ years on supervised release.carson’s mother told investigators that she left work on a break and saw sundblad and carson in bed together, and the baby appeared purple. she picked up the infant, and he was limp and unresponsive.an autopsy revealed a skull fracture and bleeding on the brain from some time ag






an in-depth interview / boing boing


butane lighters work great—until you get them wet or it gets windy. the saberlight is a rechargeable plasma beam torch that blows all my traditional lighters away.i purchased this lighter because tsa approves of its lack of open flame, making it safe to bring on airplanes. i also like that with no gas for fuel, it’s completely non-toxic […]