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February 21 09:46 AM
I used to really mess with my grandmother when I was a kid. I would come in, and when the time was right, I’d ask, “Hey, Maw- Maw, whatever happened to that guy on your soap opera that was dating the older woman and he found out she was his mother?”...
February 14 12:23 PM
I am a concerned citizen and a taxpayer. I read the article in your paper last week about Sam Curry being arrested for auto theft. I have known Sam and his family my whole life, and I don’t believe he is guilty of this. He was the best police chief Vivian ever had, and he has done a lot for the community.
February 14 12:23 PM
The meth cooks quickly adapted, and today most meth “labs” are of the “one-pot” or “shake-and-bake” variety (incidentally, these are the same thing, the process is simply called by two names).
February 14 12:23 PM
Now, before you expires your envy at Smitty’s incredible health and vigor, listen to some facts about his physical condition. He’s so blind he has to be led around on a friend’s arm to get from place to place. He’s so deaf that admirers had to shout their congratulations in his ear.
February 07 10:53 AM
Rounding out the mayor’s office is his communications director (salary of $102,000) and his economic development/film industry advisor (salary of $103,000). A few of these staff positions are civil service; the large majority are not, and, thus, there is no job security.
February 07 10:52 AM
For more than a year, we have struggled to gain stability for the nation’s farmers while a longterm farm bill was in limbo. I am happy to hear our congressional leaders have finally resolved their differences and voted in favor of a five-year farm bill.
February 07 10:52 AM
I then engage the mechanism. Off to do a couple of things, then back to the Bunn. Lately, it has begun to emit a long, plaintive sigh which terminates in a sort of last-gasp gurgle, and then belches out a puff of steam. When that happens, I know that Mr.

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