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February 19, 2009 RSS feed / Editorials

Testimony through intimidation

Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to delay sentencing former two-year college Chancellor Roy Johnson because they believe he has more information that could yield new indictments stemming from the investigation into corruption in the two-year More...

Regional airport still an important project

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The economy has gone sour. You, businesses, and the government are feeling it. Hopefully, you have not been laid off or your place of employment closed its doors for good. More...

A mixture of politics and sincerity

OUR VIEW

Name a disaster of nearly any size or scope, and you'll probably find a politician showing up shortly afterwards. After Hurricane Katrina swamped New Orleans, La. in a natural disaster of epic proportions, none other than President George W. More...

Waiting just a part of life

From the Editor's Desk

Waiting waiting waiting. The subject of waiting has played the central or supporting role in a number of movies and or plays over the years. More...

Never enjoyed her money

Ramblin' Roses and Flyin' Bricks

Feb. 18, 1959 An old maid died recently in Ohio, and according to the newspapers, left an estate valued at two and a half million dollars. She lived alone in a frame house, wore patched dresses and hated to spend a dime, the article said. More...