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Saturday, June 21, 2003

Dog's handler deserves thanks for his work

Ringo, the retiring Hall County Sheriff's Department dog, got most of the attention during a ceremony Tuesday. However, equally deserving praise was Sgt. Bryan Simonson.

Work anniversaries OK, but forget the year

Robb Krecklow | It's anniversary season.

Letters to the editor

Gallagher will be missed at museum ... Flowers stolen from cemetery frustrating ... George Park has its own mud hole


Friday, June 20, 2003

  • Nebraska impresses CWS crowd
  • Letters to the editor: Congress working to preserve, improve Head Start ... U.S. senators' raises outdo those on Social Security
  • Pete Letheby | Wind energy, not coal, is positive development
  • George Ayoub | Pottermania about to become real page-turner


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