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Letter to the Editor
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Saturday, March 08, 2014 9:00 PM

DEAR EDITOR:

A recent frozen water line problem occurred after normal working hours that required help from the City of Delphos.

We will never be able to thank Sherryl George, Jeff Stockwell and Tim Williams enough. They gave us the best service any citizen of this community could have asked for. We are lucky to have these quality people here to help us through a very tough time.

Also, to Mike Miller, thank you for the help you always seem to give us when we need it.

Citizens of Delphos: please consider passing the May tax increase; the city needs to keep these quality people working for all of us!

Sincerely,

Mike and Jan Odenweller

Dephos

 
Guest editorial — Delphos: a perfectly boring place to live
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Saturday, March 08, 2014 9:00 PM

Growing up in Delphos, I thought the town should’ve changed the motto on the welcome sign to “America’s Most Boring City.” I didn’t care that Delphos had friendly people — I wanted something to do. But with no mall or movie theater and only a few places to eat, Delphos seemed like the least exciting place my family could’ve chosen to live.

After college, I moved to Dallas and I thought I had found the perfect city that offered me everything Delphos hadn’t (and couldn’t). If I got hungry, I could choose from dozens of restaurants or grocery stores, all within a 5-minute drive of my apartment. If I got bored, I could head to one of the country’s largest malls or take in a movie at one of the 40 theaters nearby. And to top it off, if I had an emergency, I could call for help from a 3,500-member police force or walk across the street to the second-ranked hospital in Texas.

 
On the Other Hand — No badges for Barbie
Written by Nancy Spencer   
Saturday, March 08, 2014 9:00 PM

If some have their way, there will be no more camping badges, no more cooking badges, no more first aid badges, no more citizenship badges — for Barbie anyway.

Two advocacy groups — the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and the Center for a New American Dream — have urged the Girl Scouts of the USA to end its partnership with the Mattel toy company.

 
On the Other Hand — A long winter's nap
Written by Nancy Spencer   
Saturday, March 01, 2014 9:00 PM

This column is on a topic near and dear to my heart — naps. I love naps. Not just any ol’ nap. A good nap.

Nothing ruins a nap quite like waking up and feeling more tired than when you laid down. Ugh! What a huge waste of time.

 
Letter to the Editor
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Saturday, March 01, 2014 9:00 PM

DEAR EDITOR:

There has been much controversy over the past several months regarding the potential building of a Dollar General just outside the Village of Ottoville.

I am writing this letter to let the public know that myself and others are NOT in favor of the proposed location, directly across from Ottoville Local School. US 224 is a 50-mph zone in front of the proposed location. In conversations with an engineer at ODOT, this stands to remain a 50-mph zone even with the development of a Dollar General. This is a matter of public safety when it comes to the children of Ottoville.

 
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