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Published January 11, 2011

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Tax cuts will aid those in agriculture


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack issued the following statement on the package of tax provisions being signed into law by President Obama:

Sport's Stuff by GARY ARRINGTON


Officiating is a strange thing and those who do it on purpose have got to be gluttons for punishment. Although they probably actually do it for honorable reasons, the only plausible explanation for continuously exposing yourself to vociferous fan...

Preparing for retirement: Financial help by TYLER JEFFS


Whether your plan is to retire in 30 years or 10 years, it is important to have goals in place to make your retirement funds work for you. Did you know only 65 percent of Americans feel confident they have enough money to live comfortably in reti...

Regarding the article concerning mountain property rezoning


Your recent article regarding the adoption of a new ordinance governing the development of property in the County's mountain zones was extremely troubling. Beyond the contradictions found therein it, amongst other things, failed to consider any o...

Publishers Corner by Richard Shaw


I began work on this article on Dec. 30, 2010. Now you are reading it in the new year of 2011. Like these pages in time, life also moves on, still the same, but ever changing....

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