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February 08, 2008 | 12:25 AM

Thanks for the Website. Have been a subscriber to the old Crawford County Democrat and Clarion news for many years.

J. Leo Schotter Jr., Jacksonville, FL
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This is great
February 09, 2008 | 08:43 AM

Thank you so much. This will allow me to keep all of my family (all of which live in other states) current regarding the happenings in our town. The Clarion really covers our area.

E. Ward, Marengo, IN
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Whoa!
February 13, 2008 | 08:20 PM

Ok, let's just hold our horses here for a minute ... We need to talk about this. This particular sewer problem is Georgetown's dilemma correct ? I wasn't aware that the majority of the New Salisbury area required a large plant if any. And the particular area I was aware of are not considered permanent in nature. Which would lead to the next question, exactly what amount of money would individual home owners be expected to pay for such a connection ??? Normal home sites in my area can easily sit 600 - 800 ft. and more from the road and generally situated on several acres. What concerns me and comes to my mind is Cable alone wanting $4.00 a foot just to lay cable to my home and that was just a 'cable'. That alone was expected to cost me $ 3,200.00 for installation alone. Verizon has since come along, a competitor. Question being, who will be expected to pay for a sewage installation and connection to my home situated 700 ft. from the road, sitting on 8 acres with 2 occupants ? Me ? Us ? the homeowners ? But if I didn't pay the hook-up fee set by our local politicians, they would have the right to put a lien on my home ? Correct ? It's evident that there are many 'critical' issues to be discussed with the Homeowners and tax payers of Harrison County for what is obviously a Georgetown crisis. By the way, I personally didn't move to New Salisbury for fast-food, I've heard there is an obesity crisis in the United States and when I do want it ~ Corydon is conveniently located. I moved to New Salisbury for peace, quiet, the lack of smog and pollution, clean air, clean roads, clean creeks, nature and peace of mind. Growth is totally overrated.

Pamela Meredith-Hutchens, New Salisbury
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This race already has a "nader" in Ron Paul
March 11, 2008 | 08:48 AM

The difference between this and other Nader runs is that this race already has an established loony old idealist in Ron Paul. I'd like to see a debate betwixt them.

And, Mr. Cable, we realize how you feel about Bush and his presidency by now, and I appreciate your opinions, I really do...but, does it really have to be repeated every couple of weeks? Let's talk about something new. Bush is old news.

Sam B.
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Milltown Bridge
March 12, 2008 | 12:50 PM

I believe a picture of the curved bridge going into Milltown was used on the Indiana drivers license back in the 60's.
I also think it was on every title that was issued.

Jerry M. Harpe
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Excellent Journalism
March 19, 2008 | 03:22 PM

Chris, you sure have a talent for covering and reporting newsworthy events without bias or agenda. This is a great report on the Milltown bridge saga.

Ken McFelea
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thanks
March 19, 2008 | 06:02 PM

I'm stuck in an airport in Atlanta; its so nice to have this connection back to home...

Sam B
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June 24, 2008 | 08:07 AM

THAT IS KERRICK FROM MEADE COUNTY NOT KEPRICK

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June 30, 2008 | 03:01 PM

Morgan has not been renovated since the tornado went through there. Isn't it about time for Morgan to be remodeled. North Harrison Elementary just received a face-lift and now they want to move onto the Upper Elementary? I think Morgan needs to be looked at first before they move on to another NH building.

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Stone Canyon Band
July 02, 2008 | 12:14 PM

I used to dance with these guys every weekend....been too many years since I've seen them.

Angie
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July 03, 2008 | 04:02 PM

Congratulation Deputy Scott. I wish you the very best on your law enforcement career.

Bill Pavey NAPD ILEA SESSION 80-63
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Crawford County Drugs:
July 09, 2008 | 06:17 PM

I don't even know where to start on the subject of drugs in Crawford County. People from all around Southern Indiana know how bad the drugs are there, it is flat out embarassing to tell someone that is where you are from. I haven't met a person yet that I tell I'm from Crawford County and thier eyes widen followed by a comment of how bad the drugs are there. I moved from there the first oppurtunity I had, its completely ridiculous. The cops down there need to start cracking down on the drug addicts. I am very happy to see that these people are in jail, I hope they do enough time to make them realize how disgusting it is to use and distribute drugs. I have alot more to say about this but I'm going to leave it at this so that this gets published on the feedback.

Ashley
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CC Drugs
July 14, 2008 | 09:29 AM

They people who need to be "investigated" are doctors. Those prescription drugs came from doctors.... In my opinion, they are even more dangerous than street drugs. I hope the cops in Crawford think to investigate md's and the growing problem of "medicating" America. It is funny how they can get away dealing drugs, but your average Joe cannot.....

No Name
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CC Drugs
July 16, 2008 | 09:59 AM

There was (allegedly) $5000.00 worth of cocain there as well, did that come from the doctor too?? Its ashame they can't send every drug user to prison on the first offence for a minimum of five years. The world would be a better place.

Ashley
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Sycamore Springs Park
July 17, 2008 | 07:56 AM

Thank you for publishing a nice article about the park. It truly is a treasure and a place the late Clayton Roberson and his siblings would have been so proud of. We enjoy the park every time we visit.

Clif and Beth Seaton, Newburgh, Indiana
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Still Work To Do
July 31, 2008 | 02:44 PM

This article paints a pretty picture, but in reality there are a lot of single moms who do not get the support they need from the child support office. I am the grandmother in the situation and know first hand about multiple calls with no call back... father being over 60 days past due with no reivew, etc. So while we may doing better overall as a county, there is still a lot of work to do.

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reader feedback
August 05, 2008 | 09:23 PM

crawford county needs to grow up and lay off

eric
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Our prayers are with the family
September 17, 2008 | 11:37 PM

In this time of need, know that our prayers are with your family.
-Curt, Julie Hudsons and family - Milltown, Indiana

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Stephensons
September 18, 2008 | 12:05 PM

Its a shame that everything that the Breedens have bought in Leavenworth that they wouldn't try and by this part of the towns history and let the Stephensons store live .

D.R.P
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To Karen Pevlor Duke family
September 21, 2008 | 04:08 PM

I am sorry I did not make it to the funeral home. I had Karen in Home Ec. at CCHS. I am so very sorry for your loss and my prayers are with the family.

Karen Gaither-English,IN
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Stephenson's Closes After 91 Years
September 22, 2008 | 02:08 PM

Thank you for the wonderful article (and pictures)about my family's business. Our grandfather purchased the business in August of 1917 on the day my dad, Paul Stephenson, was born.
--Ron Stephenson--

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brings back memories
September 23, 2008 | 10:48 AM

We moved from Leavenworth 20 years ago but recall Stephenson's with great fondness. Where else could a clerk tell you your husband had already bought ice cream and what kind. I can't imagine Leavenworth without them!!

Dean and Carol Morris
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With Deepest Sympathy
September 25, 2008 | 12:34 PM

I am so very sorry about the loss of your son/brother. I saw the name but I didn't connect the family until I read the Clarion late Wed. evening. Please accept my deepest condolences.

Karen Gaither English,IN
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i was there
October 01, 2008 | 12:06 PM

go wade bell!

Daniel Allen
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Race...state...tightening
October 08, 2008 | 07:50 PM

What a great job of "unbiased" reporting!!!Ha!!!

Connie Burnham
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Thanks Chuck!!
October 15, 2008 | 05:22 PM

Chuck Pohlein also collects and restores Log Cabins at Rocky Point perry co. He rescued my GRGRGrandfather Adam Shoemakers cabin and restored it at Shubeal Little Pioneer Village, Adam was Abe Lincolns preacher and teacher at Little Pidgeon Creek Church when they all attened-YES ABE HELPED BUILD The Church!!

Nadine Shoemaker Arnold in Fl
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Don't forget Wynn
October 22, 2008 | 10:28 PM

Come on Wade! HAHA. You forgot that we are going to miss Wynn Shroyer too. We had three seniors, and you left out Wynn. So let me add this...

"Wynn is going to also be missed next season. She is an amazing athlete and has been a great captain for the past two season. She will be missed because for 4 years she has solidified the middle blocker position as a 4 year varsity starter."

No hard feelings though Wade, we still love seeing you at the games.

CoachBriscoe
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Prayer for the family
October 23, 2008 | 08:24 AM

Blessings and comfort to the family. Our loss is heaven's gain. I consider son Jim one of my dearest friends, and knew the elder Jim to be a very pleasant gentleman. He always had a great smile and a friendly greeting. His influence and love lives on through his family and friends. May his family sense God's presence in this time of loss. They will continue to be in our prayers.

Steve and Sharon
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You People Do Not Get IT!
October 29, 2008 | 12:49 PM

I speak from experience, woman that are abused are also controlled and kept from the money that would allow them to leave. Be it either making it impossible to get to work (i.e., CONTINUOUS car problems) battered prior to starting a job etc., or no family support, i.e, nowhere to go. May I add, Indiana LAW only SUPPORTS ABUSE and DOES NOT DETER IT. When you call 911, if you so much as have defended yourself during the attack, YOU ARE ALSO GUILTY! It's a lose lose situation. Also, bruises don't show up until days later

You won't have the guts to print this because it
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about the picture
October 29, 2008 | 06:01 PM

that unidentified manager is actually a injured wolfpack player Jay Nale thanks

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