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Letter to the Editor: Assessor's office needs to reconsider

Dear Editor, In regards to the Friday, Jan. 4, article "Mineral values disputed," as bad as I feel for the schools, I feel the tax assessor's office is wrong and they need to have correct rules for assessments.

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Letter to the Editor: Searcy is on slippery slope

Dear Editor, This is in response to the very insightful article by Camille Sloan in the Jan. 11 edition of The Daily Citizen. This lady very correctly stated that "our" City Council did not represent the

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