Category: "Opinions"

Letters – County growth and usefull link voter involvement

Voters should take control To the Editor: I agree with you 100 percent about our so-called “government” and the decisions “it” makes to govern our lives (as if we don’t have sense enough to decide who we want to marry or what to do with our bodies or who is going to cialis no prescription regulate our healthcare!!). I [...]

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From the Clocktower – One vote is all you need

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I don’t remember if it was my parents or my grandmother, or a life coach I met somewhere along the way, or possibly just a very wise friend, but I remember being told, somewhere down the ihrcanada.com line, that one of the most important qualities in an effective leader is knowing [...]

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Letters – Library, Relay for Life and county employees

Library celebrates communities To the Editor: The week of April 14-20, the Dr. Eugene Clark Library will join libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the value of libraries, librarians and library workers. This year’s theme “Communities matter at your library” is certainly true of our [...]

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From the Clocktower – Sexual assault is no laughing matter

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   I read a story this week about a 17-year-old girl in Canada whose family had to go through the awful decision-making process of turning off her life support after three days, when she was hospitalized after attempting to hang herself in her family’s home. If those circumstances weren’t bone-chilling enough, [...]

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Letters – Readers blast County for policies, pitfalls

Politics, or ‘pile of tricks?’ To the Editor: Cannot understand why politicians needed a paved road, but regular citizens did not. This problem still exists in this county. I know when this comes up in conversation, it ends up with, “we don’t have the money.” I guess it means no money to spend on the [...]

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Columnist seeks community assistance in recognizing WWII vets

By Todd A. Blomerth   Like most of cialis online softtabs America, World War II had a devastating effect on many of the families in Caldwell County. Hundreds of soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines were killed or wounded in battle. Others were killed or injured in non-combat situations. At Memorial Day ceremonies, the names of those members of [...]

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Letters – Reader draws attention to TCEQ hearing

To the Editor: Attention Concerned Citizens and those with questions about water, please attend upcoming public meeting. Walton Texas L.P., an international corporation, owning roughly 8,000 acres in Caldwell County, has plans for at least three or four major subdivisions. Where do they plan do get their water? We all know that water is pharmacy viagra 100mg cheapest a [...]

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Letters – Lone Star Grand Prix and Agenda 21

Race fan boggled by schedule changes To the Editor: As an avid race fan, I was pleased that the Texas Lone Star Grand Prix had decided to schedule their 2013 kart racing event in Lockhart with the support of the City of Lockhart and viagra buy uk 50mg the community. After attending the we choice US Grand Prix in Austin last [...]

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From the Clocktower- Ignoring the mess won’t make it go away

By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER   When I was little, like most children I suspect, I hated cleaning my bedroom. I hated it so much that I would often (like most children, I suspect) fight, cry and scream over NOT picking up my stuff. When I finally, inevitably lost the battle, I would spend the next [...]

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Great Debate: Is fluoride worth it?

Editor’s Note: A recently submitted Letter to cheap viagra tablets the Editor contained concerns and allegations that prompted our Editorial Board to research an option for providing “both sides of the story.” The nature of http://www.fotosamar.net/buy-viagra-with-discount the concerns led us to believe that it was our duty to present opposing viewpoints, and allow our readers to determine their own course of [...]

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