Editorial

Nickels and Sense

Preparedness or panic? I attended a meeting Friday, March 13 at the Morgan County Justice Center in Versailles. The Sheriff’s Office training room was populated with area health workers, first responders, school administrators, nurses and doctors, elected officials, pharmacists, and other people who work with the public. We were all gathered to discuss how to

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Nickels and Sense 02-27-20

by Bryan E. Jones, Publisher A sommelier, or wine steward, is a person – way above my social status – who has trained extensively for many years to be able to master the subject and subtleties of all things having to do with wine. It must be noted: all sommeliers are wine connoisseurs, but not

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Capitol Report

by Dist. 58 Rep. David Wood I have received multiple requests to co-sponsor the “Second Amendment Protection Act” which was filed by Rep. Jared Taylor. I haven’t voted against a second amendment bill in the seven years I have been in office and, unless something is added to this bill that would make it objectionable,

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Library Bookworm

by Stacey Embry, Director, Morgan County Library My Staff Round 2 This Bookworm is a continuation of last week, so if you have not read that one, make sure you do. I am sharing the tasks of my staff and basically what a day in the life of a librarian looks like. I have seven

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