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Issue of October 22, 2014

Common sense required around firearms

My Opinion

The tragic story of the 9-year old girl fatally shooting her firearm instructor with an Uzi in Arizona is one that could have easily been avoided....more >>

Lanesville man served at national level

Celebrating Statehood

Did you know that a Harrison County native once served as the United States Secretary of State?...more >>

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