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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.


DEALER CHANGES: New look could mean higher prices

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Ever since the American auto industry plunged into financial darkness, the question was never how would the Big 3 come out of its collective economic mess, but rather, what would it look like when it did come out.

We are beginning to get a clear picture.


PAYMENT PLAN: Can we save on the costs?

By a slim margin, Sulphur Springs voters pushed through a $48.4 million bond proposal to build a new middle school, an indoor multi-use facility and make needed upgrades at various campuses. The vote tells us two things: 1) We care about our school district; and 2) we are worried about our tax rate.


NOW IS THE TIME: Vote Yes for the bond

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At some point on Saturday, many Sulphur Springs residents will make their way to the Sulphur Springs Independent School District administration building to decide the fate of a bond proposal that would pay for the construction of a new middle school, a multi-use indoor facility and various improvements at several of the district's campuses.

GM SAGA: A monumental flop?


When General Motors came crawling to Uncle Sam for billions in funding to stave off utter collapse, many supported the government's bailout because GM was simply too big — and too iconic — to fail. Jobs needed to be saved. Dealerships needed to be saved. One of America's Big 3 was simply too big to simply vanish.

Now $15 billion later (with a desire for another $11 billion), GM has announced a restructuring plan that completely disregards every reason we were given for saving it in the first place. 

How sad.

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