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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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The Snoop 10.17.2013

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Some people move into the community and they are never quite able to give up the past. They are constantly letting you know “how we did it back in (you name the place).” Such was not the case with our ...

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The Snoop 10.10.2013

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Oct. 6-12 is National Newspaper Week. This year’s theme: “Your Community, Your Newspaper, Your Life”, is a pledge to our readers – we put the community first, before our individual or personal interests. During National Newspaper Week, we believe it ...

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The Snoop 9.19.2013

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It seems I always get the good ideas too late to do any good. If I would have just been thinking last weekend I could have put this column up to the highest bidder following the Ava-Mtn. Grove football game ...

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The Snoop 9.15.2013

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These dog days of September have even got the varmints riled up. And apparently they’ve got something against preachers. A couple of weeks ago, Mark Hatcher, pastor of Highway Church of the Nazarene, had an encounter with a bunch of ...

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The Snoop 9.5.2013

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The renovated Ava R-1 football and track facility – Harlan Stadium and Silvey Field – will have its official opening this Friday night when the Ava Bears host the Rogersville Wildcats in varsity football action. But the facility actually had ...

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