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  • I’m just a Liberal from Muskogee

    Mark Cohen Nederland In 1969, Merle Haggard’s first big hit was “Okie from Muskogee.” ...
  • Homelessness and our community

    Dear Editor, It’s that time of year again when the talk around town starts to turn to the seasonal ...
  • More on climate change

    I was gratified to read Climate Change notes by Chuck Edelstein and Pete Kuntz. The subject needs more ...
  • Take time to thank them

    It is National Police Week. Most of us think of our law enforcement officers and hope they don’t ...

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I’m just a Liberal from Muskogee

Mark Cohen Nederland In 1969, Merle Haggard’s first big hit was “Okie from Muskogee.” Conservatives loved the song because it was an ode to traditional American values. ...

Homelessness and our community

Dear Editor, It’s that time of year again when the talk around town starts to turn to the seasonal return of the transients (campers, travelers, etc.) and all the problems they seem ...

More on climate change

I was gratified to read Climate Change notes by Chuck Edelstein and Pete Kuntz. The subject needs more attention and discussion; I hope there may be a continuing dialogue. There are ...

Reward yourself by volunteering

There are many opportunities available to those who open themselves to volunteering time for different causes and events. Putting even a little of your energy each day toward giving ...

Timberline Fire Opens New Station – Open House August 13th

The Timberline Fire Protection District is proud to announce the opening of its newest station, on Smith Hill Road at Highway 46. This is the second new station that Timberline Fire ...

Flawed Process

During the last meeting of The Nederland Board of Trustees, the Board took up an informational item and an action item that took a couple of hours to discuss. Both were remanded back ...

Take time to thank them

It is National Police Week. Most of us think of our law enforcement officers and hope they don’t catch us speeding, walking our dogs off leash or crossing outside the Nedestrian ...

Time for a change?

How many chances does a public utility company get? How often does a town have to ask for better service while listening to excuses, month after month? When is someone going to suffer ...
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