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  • Mar 16-22, 2017
  • Vol. 43, No. 28
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News

  • The Observer
  • Nibbles

    As winter turns to spring, The Observer finds again the urge to get our fishing pole and tackle box, dig some worms out in the backyard, and go fishing.

Columns

  • Ernest Dumas
  • Nixon's EPA

    Poor Richard Nixon would be so hurt, and baffled. He went to his grave knowing that while his historical reputation was in tatters owing to the deceptions and corruption of Watergate, he at least could lay claim to a few of the great advances in human rights in Western history.
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  • Gene Lyons
  • More on pits

    Some years ago, I visited the local Boys Club early one morning. There had been a break-in.

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