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Tue, Sep 30, 2014 07:49 AM
Issue of September 24, 2014
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Compensation plan eases budget stress for council

My Opinion

The Harrison County Council should be commended for its work regarding the county employee compensation plan. While the plan took about two years to complete and was rather expensive, it is something that can be used for at least a number of years to help with the budget process and to provide credibility for salary issues....more >>

Conflicts of time and space

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No wonder we all feel a little frazzled these days. We seem to have time and space all intermingled in a confusing flux. This morning, as I tried to make sense out of the clutter on my calendar and in my computer, I found the oddest mix of things that were going on in our world at the same time....more >>

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