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Today's News

  • Pilgrim's progress

    When Richard Goodin and five of his friends decided to go for a walk, they didn't realize it would lead to interviews with The Washington Post, BBC Radio, American Catholic, and other news organizations.

    But, Goodin and his friends aren't typical, and neither was their walk.

    As members of the Order of Friars Minor, better known as the Franciscans, they stood out, in part, because of their brown robes, and since they walked 300 miles, there was plenty of time for people to notice them.

  • Training Iraqi troops to clear the way

    BAGHDAD - Soldiers from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division conducted route clearance training at the 11th Iraqi Army Division Headquarters with the Iraqi Army (IA) Soldiers May 10 in Rusafa.

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  • Q&A with Sgt. Cedar Smith

    Sgt. Cedar Smith, 24, is Raywick native who is serving with the Dark Knights platoon, HHC, 1BSTB, 1BCT, 1CD. (Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division). He is the son of Tommy and the late Karen Wheatley.  (Smith wrote that his biological father, Cameron Smith was 33 when he died in August of 1996. Sgt. Smith was 3 years old at the time. "Tommy has been my father since I was 3, and the best I could have asked for," Smith wrote.

  • Sunday sales second reading approved by fiscal court

    The Marion County Fiscal Court voted 3-1 Thursday to approve the second reading of an ordinance that would allow alcohol sales on Sunday and expanded sales hours throughout the week.

  • InBrief

    2009-10 school tax rates to increase

    The Marion County Board of Education approved "intent" for a four percent tax rate increase at its regular scheduled board meeting last week.

    Board member Joe Mattingly was absent from the meeting.

  • Boys golf compete with the best

  • MCHS soccer
  • Lady Knights fall in first match

     

  • Healthcare CHOICE for all

    There certainly is a lot of debate in Congress as well as small town America about the challenge of reforming healthcare/health insurance in the United States today. An impression that I continue to find missed in the popular media is regarding individual choice by consumers and patients to control our own healthcare outcomes and costs. There is a division that seems to be forming in these discussions about the level of control by the government over these choices, which may impact our healthcare decisions.