Your Daily Dose for November 6

International: Fox news reported the Berlin Police are investigating the theft of multiple small holocaust memorials. The stolen items are reportedly a half dozen “stumbling stones,”’ -small brass plaques that were placed in sidewalks outside victim’s homes. The project was initiated in 1996 by artist Gunter Demnig who wanted to bring back the names of victims to places they once lived.

National: According to ABC News, the gunman responsible for the mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas has been identified as Devin Kelley. The mass shooting occurred Sunday, November 6, killing 26 people and leaving 20 people injured.

Local: A historic Stevens Point film was found in “mystery tin” at the Nelis R. Kampenga University Archives and Area Research Center. The hour-long film called “This is our Town” highlights many famous spots in Point such as First Nation Bank, Worzalla Publishing, and the Fox Theater. The film will be screened from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 11 at the Dreyfus University Center Theater.\

SPASH: Girls swimming doused the competition at the WIAA Division 1 sectional meet in Hudson, outracing every one of the 14 teams in their field and capturing the sectional title. Their score of 385 came out on top of second place finisher D.C. Everest (330). The team advances to state at the UW Natatorium in Madison on Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11.