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Nit Pickers

A councilman called her to the table to defend a budget item. Amy-Jo Sites, director of Animal Care and Control, sharp in her dark blue uniform, slid into the plush chair at the head of the mahogany table and thanked council for the invitation. Read more...

Pigs at the trough

Watching recent public testimony at the state house concerning low power cell towers was informative. The bill sponsor, Brandt Hershman of Buck Creek, near Lafayette, was the first in a line to speak. Read more...

History’s lessons

April 6, 1917, the United States declared war on Germany. In the course of the next two years some 100 young men and women from this area died, half from disease in training camps. Read more...

Political Animal Archives

2017-04-21 — Pigs at the trough

2017-04-09 — History’s lessons

2017-03-22 — Controlling our destiny

2017-04-24 — Nit Pickers

2017-02-21 — A Billion, Give or Take, in Projects

2017-02-03 — On taxes, gaffes, and How to Sway Council

2017-01-24 — Better communications

2017-01-11 — Sidewalks, etc.

2016-12-16 — Punters

2016-12-02 — Speaking of the Legacy…

2016-11-07 — The Big Ask, the Big Ugly, and the Big Unease

2016-10-24 — Activist Council

2016-10-09 — Reality Sets In

2016-09-15 — The Best of intentions…

2016-09-02 — The Ides of September

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