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Government of the people– If you want change, you have to vote!

Dr. Ray Augenstein I have heard so many people complaining about the way the government makes decisions. As Township Supervisor they expected me to change things to their liking, regardless…

News from your Sheriff

We currently have 188 inmates lodged in the jail which consist of 79 local, 21 Federal, 86 renters, and 2 Department of Correction holds.  These statistics that follow are for…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Be careful what you wish for

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Wow, was that a storm! Tuesday evening a series of thunderstorms roared through the area and our drought-ridden lawn and trees got two and a half…

Mike’s Musings– Stay out of Syria for now

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor You might call me anti-war, but I am not. Call me isolationist if you wish, but I am not that either. I am however, very opposed to…

Government of the people–Frustrations

Dr. Ray Augenstein Have you ever had one of those days? I was making a trip from my company office back home, a journey of 87 miles, when I noticed…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Laundry baskets and junk drawers

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent This place is a mess. I am lucky enough to have a cleaning lady – Lydia, and she really does an awesome job when she is…

Mike’s Musings- Local officials sometimes get a raw deal, just ask Breese

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Here’s to all elected local officials. Many of us don’t realize how difficult their jobs can be. Some don’t get paid, some earn a per diem rate…

Government of the people- You can’t go back

Dr. Ray Augenstein It’s strange, that as we get older, our thoughts often turn back to our childhood. Sometimes we wish we could go back to those carefree days of…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Signs of fall are here again

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondant I just noticed leaves falling all over the freshly mown fenced in area out back… You know what that means – fall isn’t far away! That’s…

Mike’s Musings- Somehow I lost track of time

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Somehow I lost track of time. Summer just kind of blew in, stayed a few weeks, and apparently is long gone. Dang, it’s the middle of August,…