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My Turn 8-11-2010

Thanks for sticking your necks out...

Letter: Vote No On Courthouse

Letter to the Editor:In the upcoming April bond issue concerning the courthouse initiative, the taxpayers of this county should vote no. The previous letter to the editor on this matter…

Letter: Barred from Museum

I’ve been trying to decide when was the best time to write this letter. I’ve decided the time is right. I’m going to have surgery to have a knee replacement…

Letter: Clark County Courthouse

Clark County CourthouseCompleted December 1871Written in the past Joanne’s Comments- When the courthouse was built, it was outside the city limits with only about 200 inhabitants. So much has changed…

My Turn

I just had to respond to Chris Duerr...

Committee Preparing Restoration Estimate

Committee Preparing Restoration Estimate The Save Our Courthouse Committee is still working with experienced engineers who are preparing  estimates on the cost of restoring our courthouse. The plan will include…

Clark Co. Historical Society Weighs In

 Clark Co. Historical Society Weighs In The Clark County Historical Society board of directors and the membership are disappointed that the County Commission and the “Courthouse Committee” are determined to…

Former Commissioners Respond

Former Commissioners Respond This is written in response to the flier that was handed out during the Old Settler’s Day celebration Sept. 26, 2009.We are concerned as to what the…

Where were WE years ago?

Since names were invoked in the courthouse issue article from the “former commissioners”  I wish to respond and correct a few errors in the accusations: Where were WE years ago?…

Use Stimulus To Restore Courthouse

Letter To Editor I would like the citizens of Clark County to know a few factsabout the courthouse stimulus money. First, I have to say “GreatJob” to the commissioners on…

Speak Out On Courthouse

Letter to The Editor: Not so many weeks ago I wrote a letter to this editor in regards to the salvation of the Clark County Courthouse. I really expected, if…

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