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HEALTH CARE: Cost is the issue

Nationalized health insurance has been a hot topic in the United States for several years — especially within the Democratic Party. And there is good reason for the attention. Far too many people in this country go without insurance protection and many often miss out or fail to get treatment for serious illnesses because they lack insurance and can't afford the high costs associated with medical care.

But a new study reports that insurance isn't always the protective umbrella we like to think it is. And insurance companies aren't always the big, bad villains.


DOWNTOWN NEWS: The process is on schedule


The city's approval of a $4.4 million bond package for the continued renovation of downtown Sulphur Springs is a much-needed sign that the vision of a renewed retail district will continue without a hitch. 

Now, we simply need the economy to improve and the businesses to fall in line and downtown Sulphur Springs will once again be a center of activity.


RENEWED RESPECT: Our flag must triumph

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At some point, Americans are going to have to fight back. Not for our economy or for a right to carry guns. But simply for our right to be proud Americans.


JUDGE SOTOMAYOR: Is it a merit choice?

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President Barack Obama wasted little time in selecting his nominee to the Supreme Court. But did he choose politics over merit?

It certainly appears so.


RISING COSTS: Mandate will push vehicle prices upward

As if we needed any more evidence that the price of automobiles is soon to rise, President Barack Obama has pretty much sealed the deal.

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