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Washington pertussis outbreak is very, very bad
This plot, from the CDC, shows probable and confirmed cases of pertussis – whooping cough – in the state of Washington from 2011 through ... Either way, when vaccine rates get too low, herd immunity is compromised, and we see more pertussis cases ... read more
No Fixed Abode: Who Can Afford a New Car, Anyway?
Add tax and title to that, subtract a little discount money, and the average customer for that average imaginary Camry-Highlander halfway point will pay $28,000, which at current interest rates over five years ... that varies widely by state. read more
A final word on Marshall’s comments
That is all well and good, but he could also do himself a major favor in the PR department if he talked and got it over with. By ducking reporters and making a mockery of an interview setting, the real people Marshall is insulting are you guys – the fans. read more
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Senator Coburn tells weeping woman government can't help.
Unfortunately, the senators from my home state - Kansas - would have answered exactly the same. These hypocrites need to be kicked out of the government they so loathe. and this guy is a doctor, who is supposed to have EMPATHY for the sick. Isn't he ... read more
5 questions with Decatur's Pickleball Association ambassadors
Occupations: Hickman is a retired secretary/bookkeeper for BLDD Architects and Decatur Bluepring Co. and Hirst is a retired quality assurance manager for Meda Pharmaceuticals City of residency: Decatur You both serve as ambassadors for the United States ... read more
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Texas: falling over the cliff of DOOM
I simply cannot understand how Texas manages to exist day after day. The rampant insanity of the government in that state makes it seem likely that Texas will simply fly off the face of the Earth and spin into the Sun. The latest shooting-itself-in-the ... read more
Stories for June 2013
posted: 06/30/2013 4:40 p.m. Officials are searching for a man and woman suspected to have drowned on Greers Ferry Lake, the Cleburne County sheriff’s office said in a news release. posted: 06/30/2013 4:30 p.m. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on ... read more
Stories for July 2014
Mike Beebe won't call a special election to fill the state Senate seat of a lawmaker stepping down to take a lobbying job with the University ... 07/31/2014 10:57 a.m. The big noise you just heard was Guardians of the Galaxy landing in theaters all over ... read more
Stories for February 2014
The state Board of Election Commissioners has approved emergency rules about absentee voters that contradict what Arkansas' attorney general has said before. posted: 02/28/2014 3:36 p.m. The Springdale Police Department is seeking a man in connection with ... read more