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Published January 19, 2010

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2010 Legislative Session Preview


The 2010 Legislative session will open Jan. 25. This session will be very challenging since state tax revenues are still down. I am sure you have been reading newspapers and watching television and have heard of the difficult task we have in bala...

Letter to the Editor: Comments on Senator Reid


Senator Reid's now infamous statement, which came to light last week, pointed out that since then candidate Obama's skin was light colored and he only spoke in a Negro dialect when he chose to, that he could possibly be elected President in 2008....

Letter to the Editor: Where's the outrage?


I recently heard a rumor that several of the RS 2477 roads in the county (the one that immediately comes to mind is the road to Copper Globe) are being closed to ATV traffic because no one has come forward who can document that they personally us...

Sports Stuff: Act my age: NOT


One day maybe, I will probably learn to act my age. While there are no guarantees that this will ever actually occur and I don't really consider my age to be a big deal, I do from time to time finally realize that I am not the spring chicken I o...

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