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New York - 20 cases.
CDC - Ohio, Kansas, Texas, New York affected. 40 cases in all, only one case in hospital.

World News / Add earthquake to Mexico City
« on: April 27, 2009, 04:59:48 PM »
Not only does Mexico City have the swine flu but they just had an earthquake 5.8 magnitude. Can you say Apocalypse?

Emergency Services Opinion / Todays traffic Snarl in St. Robert
« on: April 14, 2009, 01:12:44 AM »
Can anyone tell me why the East bound lane of St. Robert Boulevard was closed? And maybe who the jerk was who was directing traffic away from the left hand turn lane coming from Waynesville on to to the boulevard? He was a young guy in his late 20's who thought he was gods gift to trafic cop wannabes. Acted all aggressive and combative. He was also plain clothed in a civillian vehicle.

Business Opinion / Is Big Louies changing its name?
« on: March 18, 2009, 03:24:26 PM »
Baba Rum club? They just added me on myspace. Not sure if this is being done in the Louies bar, at Chicken Bones, or another building there..

Local News / Got this as an e-mail..
« on: March 09, 2009, 09:55:12 PM »
Congress dumped us with a $750 billion so-called stimulus package. Now they have to answer to their taxpaying constituents.
You voiced opposition by signing our petition. Now we're ask you to take it one step further right here in Missouri.

Join me and AFP activists at a taxpayer tea party on March 12th in opposition to wasteful spending at the federal and state levels. Co-sponsoring the event is Gary Nolan and Tom Bradley from 93.9 The Eagle. We will have tea bags for you to sign and “dump," along with letters to be signed and delivered to Senator McCaskill’s office.

What: Missouri Taxpayer Teaparty
Who: Americans for Prosperity
Gary Nolan
Tom Bradley, 93.9 The Eagle
When: Thursday, March 12, 4-6pm
Where: Flat Branch Park, Columbia, Missouri

I hope you will be able to come by and join us!

Also, put April 14 and 15 on your calendars. AFP-Missouri will be hosting a tea party at the state capitol on April 14th beginning at 11:00am, and collaborating with other groups on April 15 to throw tea parties in St. Louis and Kansas City. More details to come.

For more information, call (888) 332-3811

Carl Bearden
State Director
Americans for Prosperity - Missouri
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is the nation’s premier grassroots organization committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP believes reducing the size and scope of government is the best safeguard to ensuring individual productivity and prosperity for all Americans. AFP educates and engages citizens in support of restraining state and federal government growth, and returning government to its constitutional limits.
For more information, visit

Local News / New site sponsor Rural Trash
« on: March 07, 2009, 04:01:44 AM »
Welcome new site sponsor rural trash.. How you like the ad I made for them? LOL

Lighter News / Good ex employee story for you..
« on: February 26, 2009, 12:56:25 AM »
I have an employee who I gave two stacks of computer disks to over 1 year ago to record some music for my store. She never did make the recordings. I asked her several times to bring back my disks, as each of these stacks had 50 or more disks in them and were top quality.. She never brought them back then quit to work elsewhere. So she calls around the 5th of January wanting her w-2. I asked again if I could get my disks, and she said yes.. She said she would give them to me when she picks up her w-2. She kept contacting me several times until I called her around the first of January telling her they were in. She asked where they were I said my house. A week or more later she texted me asking when she could get her w-2, I replied any time. Another two weeks goes by and she asked if I could bring it to her work, I said yes. That day came and my truck wasn't available, so I was unable to bring it, I explained this to her and she went postal. Yesterday I geta message from her mom that her daughter want's her w-2 and she doesn't want to take legal action. I immediately called her back to tell her the w-2 has been here since Feb 1 and she knows that. Then her mom stated asking about the disks, she told me that she had bought me one pack to replace the one missing, I said she has two packs, her mother then went on to say that some didn't work, I replied, then just give them all back. Today I get a message from a guy claiming to be JAG telling me how the law works, shes a civilian by the way.. Oh and now I am getting hang up calls. LOL
I kinda knew all along that she had no intentions of ever getting my disks back to me. This is why the girl in a hurry in January wasn't in a hurry in Febuary.. Wanted me to meet her in a neutral location to discolse she stole my disks..
I swear, people are so stupid.... Crazy how they try to paint you in a bad light after they steal from you.. But hey I am used to that..

Local News / Rules of engagement..
« on: February 24, 2009, 04:01:54 PM »
"A friendly reminder from your local neighborhood web wizard. While free discussion is welcomed and encouraged, certain types of discussion tear down rather than build up, or create more problems than they're worth. Here are some examples of acceptable and unacceptable posts.
1. No one is allowed to accuse anyone else of criminal activity without reference to a police report, court case, or published news media report. This is potentially libel, can get you sued, and will generally get your post removed.
2. Hard-hitting discussions of the actions of elected officials, appointed government leaders paid with tax dollars, or businesses that advertise their services to the public are in-bounds. Personal attacks on people who aren't in the public eye are not. Holding our political and business leaders accountable for their public actions is what democracy and capitalism are all about, but people have a right to live their private lives in private. Remember the difference and most problems won't happen.
3. Giving opinions or reviews about a business is okay for a customer, but one restaurant owner or store owner shouldn't criticize another competitor's product without citing publicly verifiable facts rather than personal opinions. Businesspeople who create fictious accounts to criticize someone else's business under an assumed name will have their accounts deleted and may be publicly announced.
4. Off-color jokes, R-rated discussions, and any suggestive photographs belong in the "Over 18" thread where people who don't want to read them can avoid seeing them. X-rated comments or photographs are prohibited.
5. Announcements from government, schools, and non-profit organizations are welcome and encouraged. For-profit organizations get one free business announcement. For-profit businesses that are paying advertisers supporting the Pulaski County Web are entitled to additional publicity beyond the free business announcement. Posts promoting websites that compete with the Pulaski County Web are not acceptable and will be deleted."

Local News / As if Eeyore hasn't been through enough lately..
« on: February 14, 2009, 05:21:55 AM »
Today she lost her sister. Our thoughts are with you Eeyore..

Local News / Truman Education Center, Fort Leonard Wood
« on: February 13, 2009, 10:53:35 PM »
News Release Contact: Dr. L. Stewart
Education Services Officer
Truman Education Center
(573) 596-0172
Feb. 13, 2009
Truman Education Center, Fort Leonard Wood
to host a Financial Aid Workshop
(FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo.)— There will be a Financial Aid Workshop at the Truman Education Center on Fort Leonard Wood on Wednesday, Feb. 18.  The workshop will be held first at 12 noon and again at 3:30 p.m. in classroom # 25.

The workshop is open to the public and will be conducted by a Army Continuing Education System (ACES) counselors from the Truman Education Center staff and by representatives from some of the colleges/universities at the Truman Education Center.  The workshop will cover ways and means that a student can use to pay for higher education.  Specific topics will include:  Military Tuition Assistance; Veteran’s Benefits; Grants and Loans; and Special Benefits and Discounts available from the on-post colleges and universities.

The Truman Education Center has been operating in its present location on Fort Leonard Wood since 1974 providing training, learning resources, testing services and a venue for Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) schools to offer college classes.  While priority space in college classes is given to active duty military, veterans, family members, DA and DoD civilians and even non-affiliated civilians in the local communities may take college classes at the Truman Education Center on a space-available basis.

Local News / Richland Mirror and Democrat merge.
« on: February 05, 2009, 07:47:10 AM »
Check out this smoking new site. If you scroll to the right you can see an ad for web design. I highly reccommend them.
Think they are feeling the pressure from Darrell Todd?

Local News / New pages launched today
« on: February 03, 2009, 09:23:33 PM »
I have added links to the Sweedborg, Laquey, and Big Piney pages today, these pages need work and many navigation bars within PCW need replaced, but I launched them sonner rather than later to get exposure for those communities faster. They also have news feeds for their communities. Devils Elbow, when it gets news will have its own feed too. These page links are in your navigation bar at the top of this page..
Trying to improve Pulaski Counties exposure to the world.. Enjoy.. Rick..

Local News / Letter from David Day abourt where you read your news.
« on: January 31, 2009, 06:07:51 PM »
Media Friends,

As you may remember I had an online legislative survey for my office going, it ended last night, Jan. 30th.  One of the questions was concerning what media people taking the survey rely on for their news and information.  I am not making this information a part of the press release but did want to share it with you.  What you do with this information is up to you.

The question was:  What media outlets and websites in Pulaski County do you use to receive your news and information?  (check all that apply)

Waynesville Daily Guide        74.8%
Dixon Pilot                16.7%
Richland Mirror                14.3%
Pulaski Co. Democrat            22.4%
The Guidon                29.0%
Pulaski Co. Daily News (online)        25.2%
KFLW Radio                31.9%
KFBD/KJPW Radio            48.6%
Rep. Day’s Website            35.7%
Pulaski Co. Web            31.9%
Pulaski Co. Insider              9.5%

I also thought you might find it interesting that when asked:  In general, do you most often read LOCAL newspapers in the traditional way of print or on the internet?

Mostly traditional print newspaper    33.8%
Mostly online newspaper site        30.8%
About 50/50 of each            30.3%
I don’t read the newspaper          5.1%

This is of course, far from scientific but I thought you might want to see those results.  I sincerely appreciate each of you that helped make the survey known by the public.  We will be releasing the total report most likely on Monday.

Best wishes,


Local News / Interesting information I found
« on: January 25, 2009, 08:38:44 AM »
Bill Farnham wrote.
So you will know, there are 17 bathrooms in the courthouse and over 50,000 of square feet of space.
The courthouse has Dave a full time maintenance man/ janitor, the lady janitor left last week for another job, and the older man is part-time paid for by an elderly work program who works 20 hours a week.
The job opening is to replace the lady who left.
By the way, the judges are particular about their offices and their courtrooms being kept clean.
Tim Berrier Wrote. Myabe we can hire a POST certified janitor?   
Then Bill Farnham wrote. The janitor position is under the control of the presiding commissioner, appropriate isn't it!       

Your thoughts?

Local News / KOLR 10 on Fort Wood
« on: January 20, 2009, 07:04:43 PM »
Watch the KOLR 10 news at 5pm to see them interview kids in schools on Fort Leonard Wood about Barak Obama.

Local News / Daily Guide..
« on: January 20, 2009, 06:23:32 AM »

Local News / Public Service Announcement
« on: January 19, 2009, 06:34:45 PM »

Lighter News / GITMO savings Guantanamo close out sale
« on: January 18, 2009, 11:08:07 PM »
Save big now on GITMO supplies. Guantanamo Bay Liquidation SALE!..

Local News / Cops swarming Twilite?
« on: January 16, 2009, 07:48:14 AM »
I heard the cops were swarming Twilite tonight.. That's all I heard.

Local News / PHP flopped so we went with SHTML for our site pages.
« on: January 13, 2009, 09:29:55 PM »
PHP was a nightmare and were now using SHTML for our site. I have launched the main page under this new format.
You will find the breaking news for the county in the right hand column now. As we get each city done we will launch each city page with that cities most recent latest news stories specifically for that city.
There will be further changes to the pages, even the main page in coming week, we are also going to add a Big Piney page, Laquey page, and a Swedeborg page.

World News / Oil Prices fall
« on: January 13, 2009, 05:57:46 AM »
Here's some good news for a change..

I just learned while on hold wit Embarq that a jiffy is 1/100th of a second. Glad i was able to recieve this useless information, but even more happy I could share it with you.

As of yesterday morning rick zweerink went to the western shed and informed the men that ronnie walters would no longer be their supervisor. steve street who was a dump truck driver would be the new supervisor and ronnie would step down and be the dump truck operator. so now then rick is also going to see how stan crismon was able to make 6000. more for the year than ronnie did.
That's exactly how I got it.

Local News / Consumate Professional Commissioners at it again.
« on: January 11, 2009, 04:43:01 AM »
When Ransdall said he was extremely disappointed that the Eastern District had spent $194,605 in funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and was only half-finished with the projects, Farnham heatedly defended the efforts of himself and his road crews.

After calling loudly for Eastern District Road Foreman Stan Crismon to come into the meeting room, Farnham told Ransdall, I don't care if you're disappointed or not. You've been picking on the Eastern District for the past two weeks now.

National News / You asked for it, and here it is.
« on: January 10, 2009, 08:12:03 PM »
A picture of Maynard with Moose knuckle.

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