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July 4th, let's celebrate, celebrate our freedom so compassionately fought for. Celebrate the bombs bursting in air toward our enemies. Celebrate the ramparts streaming to the enemy lines that brought victory in forming freedom for our great nation.

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This past Saturday, the county celebrated 200 years of our founding. I was rather disappointed at the lack of people who showed up and lack of celebrating as we did in 1972 with a weekslong celebration and had more county participation.

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A bipartisan group of senators are finally meeting to discuss gun safety measures after the horrific massacre of 19 children in Uvalde, Texas, shoppers in a Buffalo, New York grocery store and doctors in a medical building in Tulsa, Oklahoma. But red flag laws, expanded background checks, en…

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It is extremely disappointing that there are some people in our community that feel the need to damage the Little Free Pantry at the Presbyterian Church in Liberty on the corner of West Mississippi and North Gallatin streets.

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I was confused when I read Rick Boswell’s March 14, 2022, comments in “Confederate monument supporters shouldn’t tout trampled rights" in the Courier-Tribune.

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Will someone please explain to me why private citizens and property owners in Liberty must follow the Liberty Historic District guidelines to the letter while the city of Liberty can place ultra-modern art pieces anyplace they want, including in historic districts?

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The definition of graduation: "receiving or conferring of an academic degree or diploma.

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Can you believe the meat price increases predicted by USDA Economic Research Service? Fifteen percent for red meat and 11% for fish and eggs! Way over the predicted 8% inflation rate, already the highest in four decades.

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When consumers see or hear an advertisement, whether it's on the internet, radio or television, or anywhere else, federal law says that ads must be truthful, not misleading, and, when appropriate, backed by scientific evidence.

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Republicans and Democrats should be able to agree that no president, regardless of party, should be able to obstruct and undermine the will of the American people or exploit weaknesses in our political system for personal gain.

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It’s no secret that Congress is polarized. Rarely does an issue receive strong bipartisan support. That’s why it’s so striking that four out of five voters agree that we must do more to safeguard our democracy from presidential corruption.

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I am encouraging all Kearney (fire district )voters to vote "yes" on Kearney fire district’s ballot question to increase the operating levy by 15 cents. The fire district levy was last increased in 2004.

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As a former Liberty School Board member, a parent of two LPS graduates, a former substitute teacher in the Liberty School District and as a member of the Liberty community for over 50 years, I strongly endorse Karen Rogers and Matt Sameck as candidates for the Liberty School Board.

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Having served in leadership roles locally and nationally as an advocate for students, I’ve put their welfare first and foremost with every decision.

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The purpose of a school board is to create the circumstances in which outstanding professional educators can thrive. Thriving educators build excellent systems of education in which students thrive while preparing for meaningful lives.

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After reading about the departure of the Liberty North High School football coach to Oregon, will the committee responsible do their due diligence and use the Rooney Rule as a guideline to hire (The Rooney Rule requires teams to interview at least one ethnic-minority candidate when hiring a …

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Kearney School District is calling on the entire community to help recognize the selfless public servants who step up to serve as members of the Board of Education.

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In Western churches, Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, six and a half weeks before Easter, and provides for a 40-day fast in imitation of Jesus Christ’s fasting in the wilderness before he began his public ministry. Many Christians abstain from animal foods during Lent.

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July 4th, let's celebrate, celebrate our freedom so compassionately fought for. Celebrate the bombs bursting in air toward our enemies. Celebrate the ramparts streaming to the enemy lines that brought victory in forming freedom for our great nation.

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This past Saturday, the county celebrated 200 years of our founding. I was rather disappointed at the lack of people who showed up and lack of celebrating as we did in 1972 with a weekslong celebration and had more county participation.

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