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May 10, 2007
"It would seem to me you people from Hagerstown would be glad the government prohibits trans fats from being used in restaurants and from being in food sold. I can see you people do not know just how dangerous trans fats are in your diet and how little you know about the food we injest. " "Why is the world so enthralled with the 'queen?' If this family did not have money and a 'royal' heritage, no one would know who they are. The taxpayers of England should rise up and say 'no more' to the financial support they give to maintain the queen and her family's lifestyle, let alone that huge waste of space they live in. What redeeming value does this family bring forth?
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NEWS
July 27, 2006
As in 1776, it's time to dump this 'king' To the editor: You need to see what is happening here in America. It's the oldest ploy known to man. It's called divide and conquer. That is just what King George (George W.) is doing. His administration keeps us where he wants us by dividing us. He pits the pro-life against the pro-choice, the pro-gun against the anti-gun, the people who believe burning the flag is an exercise of free speech against the people who believe it is wrong to desecrate the flag, gay-marriage opponents against gay-rights activists and all the other issues that keep us divided.
NEWS
June 24, 2005
"There were really a lot of nice articles in the paper Sunday for Father's Day. But didn't anyone know a month ago it was Mother's Day because it just seems like nobody remembers mother like they do father. And most of the time, fathers don't amount to anything. " "I completely agree with the person who called in about the rent in Hagerstown being so high. I live alone, I make about $9 a hour and my rent is $500 a month. You tell me how anybody is supposed to live on that with a car payment, utilities and other monthly bills that you have to pay. It's impossible.
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by TARA REILLY | April 6, 2005
tarar@herald-mail.com As Washington County begins studying rising property assessments and ways to make housing more affordable for low-income residents and senior citizens, some County Commissioners warned Tuesday that middle-income earners shouldn't be left out of the mix. Commissioners Vice President William J. Wivell and Commissioner Doris J. Nipps said the middle class also are struggling to keep up with climbing housing costs....
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