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Published October 12, 2004

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Harriet's World


I had one of my very favorite drinks the other day, a hot fudge malt. Oh, there is nothing like a malt, or malted as we use to call them back in the olden days when the dinosaurs were on the earth. The only way you could get a "Malted" was to go to a...

Letter to the Editor: Frustration Concerning Planning & Zoning


On Oct. 7, we attended Orangeville City Planning and Zoning meeting. The regular monthly meeting we intended to attend had been changed to a training meeting. Our experience the past few months has left several feeling very frustrated about our abili...

Letter to the Editor: Spanish Language Invasion


Within this past year, Oklahoma has experienced a Spanish language invasion. Our ATM machines are now asking us if we want this in english or Spanish, Walmart and Home Depot are experimenting with bilingual labels, Lowes has put Spanish signs in its ...

Letter to the Editor: Concerned Citizens speak out


Intimidation is used to persuade or dissuade by frightening. It is also used to create a feeling of fear, awe, or inadequacy in somebody. From medieval Latin intimidare, literally "to put in fear," from Latin timidus "fearful."...

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