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The Snoop 1.9.2014

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I had some other things I intended to write about this week, but no matter where it started, it probably would have come back around to the weather – global warming perhaps. Not! So, when I saw this little story ...

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The Snoop 12.19.2013

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Every year, it seems, we find ourselves saying, “It just doesn’t seem like Christmas,” or “I can’t believe it’s Christmas already.” Well, such is the case this year, but with good reason. Because of the crazy weather of the past ...

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The Snoop 12.12.2013

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With the snow, ice and cancellations this week, the Snoop has not been very inspired to write anything new. So, this week I share this borrowed editorial (with the writer’s permission, of course). Alcohol, Patriotism and the NFL: The Best ...

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The Snoop 12.5.2013

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Beware. Just because we’re entering the Christmas season doesn’t mean only goodness prevails. We learned just this week of an apparent scam that is taking place over the telephone. At least one local resident said he has received several phone ...

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The Snoop 11.28.13

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Somebody sent me this by e-mail this week. You may have received it, too. If so, I apologize for the repetition, but I thought some of the questions are worth consideration. Such as: • Why do supermarkets (or department stores) ...

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The Snoop 11.21.2013

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It is never the intention of the Douglas County Herald to publish information that is inaccurate or blatantly untrue. However, we also want to give our readers an opportunity to express their opinions – even if we don’t always agree ...

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The Snoop 11.14.2013

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On Monday this week we observed Veterans Day, and during that time you may have seen a demostration of the folding of an American Flag, or you may have seen a flag already folded. Have you ever wondered why the ...

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The Snoop 11.7.2013

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When the Boston Red Sox defeated the Cardinals for the World Series title last week, we were reminded it was the first time the Red Sox had won the World Series at home since 1918. Then, last Thursday morning I ...

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The Snoop 10.31.2013

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Oct. 23-31, 2013, is being observed as Red Ribbon Week. The theme for this year’s observance is “A Healthy Me Is Drug Free”, created by Aly Falck, a 7th grade student in Solon, Ohio. Red Ribbon Week is a pledge ...

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The Snoop 10.24.2013

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The Cabool Enterprise reported last week that the Cabool R-IV School District was granted permission by the Department of Natural Resources to remove a bridge – but the district doesn’t have a bridge. The article explained that the school district ...

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