For 25 years in my business, For 25 years in my business, I have served our community where my motto has been, "it's not about the money, but having people trust us and feel they were treated fairly.
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My voice is the people's voice. To be clear, any of my political views will always revolve around individual liberty, private property rights, repealing burdensome regulations and following the Constitution. These are some of my core values and I have raised my family to hold these values sacred and to stand up for what we believe. April 30, I like each of you love this wonderful area I like each of you love this wonderful area and have appreciated the opportunity to raise my family amongst so many great people.
Having the area be a place where our grown children can work, grow and progress is a high priority on anyone's list.
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Personal freedoms and property rights are imperative to foster an atmosphere of sustainability. Small individual operations are the back bone to this community. Many current county regulations and rules discourage this very ideology. Randy Harris has establish a business, raised a family and has been a man of integrity in the community for many years. I know he will be respectful to all opinions and be informed to make wise decisions as a county commissioner. I support him and urge all to make informed voting a priority in this very important election.
April 30, This letter is for Cassia County This letter is for Cassia County residents contemplating their choice for Cassia County Commissioner in upcoming election. I have known the candidates, running for District one, personally as neighbors, for many years as we all grew up in the same Stars Ferry area. In my opinion Randy Harris would be the best choice for several reasons.
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He owns and operates a successful heating and electrical contracting business, along with his sons. He is well aware of the rules and regulations that seem to grow at times and some of which may not be in the best interest of people.
So he has to know how to work with people even in difficult situations. Randy has demonstrated to me that he has a unique talent to be very creative in coming up with ideal ideas to satisfy the project requirements. One of the best qualities that Randy will bring with him, is that he will do what is in the best interest of the people of Cassia County, as a whole, and not try to pursue his own agenda, like some other candidates are often tempted to carry out.
I think Randy will do his best to make improvements for cassia county residents, while watching to preserve the freedoms of the people. Randy is willing to study the issues thoroughly to do what is in the best interest of county residents. April 30, Recently in a letter published in the Weekly Mailer Recently in a letter published in the Weekly Mailer on April 24, the author referenced my father, Weldon Beck. He mentioned that he had heard that my father was a CountyCommissioner.
April 30, - April 30, The ruts at Milner are a local road. January 29, I saw on the news today that stocks have reached all time high I saw on the news today that stocks have reached all time highs once again. This boost to our economy is due in large part to de-regulation from our current administration.
The White House has also made great strides in stripping power from agencies that would restrict our property rights and freedoms in every aspect of life.
I am encouraged by this progress on a federal level towards more limited government power. Despite this national example our county officials seem to be carrying on as business as usual.
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The Deuce came up snake eyes in Emmy nominations. Voters have an increasingly difficult task, with a myriad of programs from almost countless different directions.
Even with expanded lists of nominees in some major categories, it remains impossible to please everyone. OK, no more Mr.
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Nice Guy, because at least two omissions were inexcusable. It did receive four nominations, including for directing and writing. But in the annals of egregious Emmy omissions, this one is near the top of the charts. There are two major factors here. Other Emmy caliber supporting performances also have been ignored.
But subsequent allegations of sexual misconduct on the set of Transparent knocked the halo from his head. But without the Tambor taint, both series likely would have received at least some recognition.
But if anything, her co-star, Jodie Comer, deserves one even more. Her exclusion is a shame. Finally, Jimmy Fallon continues to pay a price for his playful Donald Trump hair ruffle down the homestretch of the presidential campaign.
He has since publicly regretted this, but to no avail. Nor would I dislodge any of the other contenders in the late night category.
But as Fallon has learned to his chagrin, making nice with a Trump will get you nowhere when it comes to Emmy nomination time. Pose missed that cut by just three days.
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