Editorial

Nickels and Sense

by Bryan E. Jones, Editor/Publisher Christmas on the courthouse lawn … “On the courthouse lawn …” That phrase conjures, depending on the circumstance and time period, political protest, the auctioning of property at a delinquent tax sale, a criminal in stocks, an impromptu performance from traveling minstrels, a gallows being prepared for use at dawn,

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Nickels and Sense

by Bryan E. Jones, Editor/Publisher ‘Park’ yourself right here in town to relax Sunday afternoon, the autumn air was crisp, the sun was shining, and leaves in hues of crimson red, buttery goldenrod, deep purple, and burnt orange greeted us as I and my little doggie ventured out on the walking trail at the city

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Nickels and Sense

by Bryan E. Jones, Editor/Publisher Evidence of good people in a good town I was privileged to witness a few things this past week that made me proud to be a part of this community. Wednesday, Oct. 16, a few people my age (okay, most of them were younger) gathered next door to the newspaper

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