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Wednesday, March 15, 2017 8:12 PM
As much as I’d like to agree, I’d find it even more amusing to see a city trash collection service and the public records that would accompany it. That would be funnier than Ho-Jo’s on amateur night.
  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 8:12 PM
    As much as I’d like to agree, I’d find it even more amusing to see a city trash collection service and the public records that would accompany it. That would be funnier than Ho-Jo’s on amateur night.
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  • So long, Richard Blankenship, and thanks for the sweatshirt
    Tuesday, March 7, 2017 7:55 PM
    “If you were a friend of Richard, you knew it,” said Cincinnati attorney and family friend Tom Tepe. “He could be hard-headed, and he spoke his mind, which wasn’t easily changed. He loved his church, his family, his country and his farm. He was proud of his students’ accomplishments. He loved teaching and coaching. He was my friend, and I will miss him.”
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  • Monday, March 6, 2017 6:31 PM
    In this present era of political correctness run amok, “Don’t lie for the other guy” is a most offensive message brought to you by your government. (At taxpayers’ expense, naturally.) “Don’t lie for the other guy” assumes that only a man would ask someone to buy a gun illegally. The very least the bought-and-paid-for bureaucratic poetasters could do would be to mix up the message with a rotating “Don’t be shady for the other lady” commercial. Is that too much to ask?
    8 comment(s)

  • Brighter days in store for Rocky Fork Lake
    Sunday, February 26, 2017 3:10 PM
    The sun is rising again above Rocky Fork Lake State Park. Recent cause for a renewed optimism and community spirit was followed by a glorious late February sunrise and 77-degree temperatures on Friday, Feb. 24. Thanks to all those – from the taxpayers to private businesses and residents to public officials – for lighting the way forward
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  • Sunday, February 19, 2017 3:23 PM
    The Sedition Act restricted speech that was critical of the federal government. In fact, the Sedition Act caused the prosecution and conviction of a number of Jeffersonian newspaper owners who openly disagreed with the government. Just to be safe, Trump should bring back the Sedition Act and hang 'em high, all. 
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  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017 7:00 PM
    Six years ago this month in this same space, The Highland County Press heartily encouraged support for the February 2011 proposed expansion at PAS Technologies in Hillsboro. As we noted at the time, the proposed expansion of PAS Technologies in Hillsboro has a potential annual economic impact of close to $5 million just in additional salaries. Think about that.
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  • Tuesday, February 7, 2017 6:16 PM
    Maybe the mainstreamers should take a look at the 2016 presidential election from a national county-by-county red/blue map. Those political colors will closely mirror the metropolitan media concentrations. Meanwhile, respect for law and order and national security – as well as a little country common sense – still prevail in the heartland. Welcome to OUR sanctuary.
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  • Monday, January 30, 2017 7:41 PM
    Of all the villages and communities in Highland County, I suppose I have to admit that I’ve always held Fairfax as one of my favorites. There are many reasons. And there are many stories collected over the past half-century. (Not all of which are suitable for publication.) Kirk Dickey, a longtime Fairfax resident – and former pal of the late Oscar-winning actor John Wayne – recently stopped by The Highland County Press with a little bit of Fairfax history that was news to me.
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  • Monday, January 23, 2017 7:10 PM
    Thanks to the Hillsboro Police Department for its recent actions against widespread animal waste (not to be confused with fertilizer) from East Walnut Street to East Main Street on the south side of the 100 block of High Street. Unfortunately, the arrest and fine haven’t had much of an impact. Meanwhile, watch your step. Those aren’t mud clods. Next time, let’s set the stuff on fire. Who got the lighter?
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  • Friday, January 13, 2017 6:34 PM
    Has it really been 40 years since a 15-year-old Whiteoak High School sophomore called WSRW Radio’s Willard Parr early one winter morning and identified himself as Bright Local School Superintendent Keith Day and told the Hall of Fame broadcaster: “Willard, Keith Day here. Bright Local schools are closed?” (That really happened. A short while later on that frigid January morning, the real Superintendent Keith Day called in and officially closed the schools.)
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