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My specialty was disturbed children like Trump

Posted: Thursday, Sep 22nd, 2016
I am 91 years old, still sound in body and mind, and have followed politics my whole life. I have been a teacher for many years in public schools, the universities and community colleges. I have taught gifted children, hyperactive children and preschoolers.
My specialty was emotionally and temperamentally disturbed children. I firmly believe that Donald Trump fits nicely
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Frustrating update on Kenya container

Posted: Thursday, Sep 15th, 2016
It is past time to update everyone on the container to Kenya. Sorry.
On about the 24th of August, the container made port at Mombasa, Kenya, and was put on dry ground. We then waited to hear when it would be delivered to Agape Hope Center in Nairobi for about two weeks. There were plenty of emails going back
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New water rates are too high and unjustified

Posted: Thursday, Sep 15th, 2016
The Pinedale Town Council raised water rates by more than 50 percent this past Monday. In reading the Getting Great Rates report that the town commissioned, there is no justification for such a large increase.
First, the report's author repeatedly states that we are trying to increase conservation of water in our community. The study's own usage number during 2015's
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Help a feller find a moose

Posted: Thursday, Sep 15th, 2016
Hello, my name is Max Crumrine. I'm a 67-year-old Wyoming native, born and raised in Powell and now living in Lovell.
Ever since I first went moose hunting with my dad, I've wanted to harvest a bull moose. I started putting in for a permit when I was 14 years old. After 53 years of applying, I drew one
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Unethical and unsafe hunting

Posted: Thursday, Sep 15th, 2016
People who enjoy the wildlife at the CCC Ponds will be saddened and disgusted to learn that the big resident bull moose, who has provided so many hours of viewing enjoyment to us this year, has been killed by an Arkansas "sportsman." His legal archery "hunt", among walkers, bikers and fishermen, lasted some five minutes and ended all of 50
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