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Marking ‘200’ years

March 28, 2012 The Town of Middlebourne is making plans to celebrate a very special day — the 200th Anniversary of its founding. more »»

‘Spring Cleaning’ has begun

March 21, 2012 Spring has sprung! And with is comes warm weather, longer days. . .and spring cleaning. more »»

See You There

March 14, 2012 In case you haven’t noticed, this week’s issue of the Tyler Star News is full of stories, columns and photographs worthy of your attention. For a small county, we certainly have a lot going on. more »»

Addiction’s Consequence

March 7, 2012 Illicit drug use is an inescapable fact in society. Both illegal drugs and prescription drugs, when abused, carry a terrible price - for the user, and for the community. more »»

Killing In The Name Of . . .

February 29, 2012 Rows of sleepy students line up in the cafeteria to eat their breakfast, socialize with friends and enjoy their last bit of freedom before the school day officially begins. more »»

Choices

February 22, 2012 Sisterville residents have an opporutnity to change their political landscape in the near future, by going to the polls and casting votes for mayor and city council representatives March 22. more »»

Suffering Digital Abuse

February 16, 2012 There are no noticeable scars, no bruises to indicate abuse, but young people are suffering. more »»

Facing the Facts

February 8, 2012 The statistics are mind boggling. The consequences are severe. Both serve to reineforce the senitment that the sexting phenomenon is just not going to go awa. more »»

A Silent Epidemic

February 1, 2012 Dating violence is a serious problem among teens and young adults. more »»

Teen Pregnancy Increases

January 25, 2012 Teen pregnancy. It’s a controversial subject glamorized by a society obsessed with reality television. But this sleight-of-hand comes with a price. more »»

Combatting animal overpopulation

January 18, 2012 A consistent theme has resonated in every city in Tyler County — the animal population is out of contro. more »»

‘Tis the (political) season

January 11, 2012 Soon the airways will be alive with endorsements for candidates seeking office. Newspapers will be filled with political ads and biographies so we can make informed decisions. more »»

We are the tired, the poor

January 4, 2012 If you’ve been to the grocery store lately, you’ve probably noticed the cost of food has risen sharply in recent months. Still, economists hold fast to the idea that our economy “is improving. more »»

The Good Old Days

December 28, 2011 Robert Burns penned the popular New Year’s song “Auld Lang Syne” in 1741, and since then it has been sung at the stroke of midnight in almost every English speaking country in the world. more »»

A Christmas Miracle

December 21, 2011 When the Tyler Star News was published last week, the Jaycees’ account was suffering. With more calendar days behind us than ahead, we were hoping for a Christmas miracle. more »»

For 'A Child’s Christmas'

December 14, 2011 It’s a miracle, a true miracle, that shines like a Bethlehem star, as communities, churches, schools, and businesses join as one to provide joy and good cheer to neighbors and friends who need a... more »»

Saving Small Businesses

December 7, 2011 Many years ago, before the birth of the ‘mega-store’, shoppers did not have the luxury of traveling to the next county to shop at a national retail store. more »»

Kindness keeps the magic alive

November 30, 2011 Santa Claus is coming to town in less than 25 days. more »»

Why buy local?

November 23, 2011 Because you can. There are several small, local businesses in our area who really really need our help this holiday season. more »»

To those who serve

November 9, 2011 More than 200 years have passed since the United States became an independent nation, yet one constant has remained from the 1700s through today: Many brave men and women have courageously... more »»

 
 

 

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