MAY 1, 2005
Beartown is slowly
returning to the transportation methods of 100 years ago.
Horse and buggies, bicycles, and walkers are again a common
sight. Tents are appearing near some businesses where the
commuters can now sleep with the return of warmer weather.
One horsepower transports the Constable around town.
Jaywalking has replaced speeding as the most violated ordinance.
School buses have been parked and the students now get well
needed exercise and will soon become taller than they are wide.
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The purpose of
this paper is to report area news, and nothing but the news so
help me God, unless I feel like doing something else, which I
can do whether you like it or not because it is my paper. You
can read it or not, just as you please. But remember, if you
don't read an issue you don't know what your missing.
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