Archive for August, 2011


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Welcome to The People’s Defender

James “Jim” Branham, Jr., 74 years of Peebles, passed away Monday, August 22, 2011 at his residence.

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Welcome to The People’s Defender

James “Jim” Branham, Jr., 74 years of Peebles, passed away Monday, August 22, 2011 at his residence.

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County well represented at State Junior Horse Show

Gracie Roades, left, poses with 2010-11 Adams County 4-H Equine Queen Mikkie Fitzpatrick after earning eighth place in her age division of the 4-H Horse Skillathon at the recent State Junior Horse Show.

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Community Columnists

Remember the Culinary Contest at the Caramel Festival. Everything must be made with some caramel in it.

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Welcome to The People’s Defender

After more than eight years, billions of dollars in treasure, and 4,474 U.S. military deaths, U.S. military involvement in Iraq is again up for debate in Washington and Baghdad.

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Local Government

The West Union Village council met in regular session on July 26 at the Municipal Building with Mayor Danny Johnson presiding.

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Welcome to The People’s Defender

Long time no see, Adams County! It’s been awhile since I wrote for the Defender, and in that time I’ve completed my first year as a college student at Harvard.

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Community Columnists

Remember the Culinary Contest at the Caramel Festival. Everything must be made with some caramel in it.

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Murphin Ridge Inn Introduces Farm-to-Table Dinners

Hosted by the inn’s talented Executive Chef Brad Robertson and Sous Chef Josh Catone, this unforgettable dinner will feature produce grown right on the property and in neighboring Amish Farms.

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Local Government

Tuesday August 16, 2011 The Board of Adams County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, Aug.

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