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 Pulaski County Daily News

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St. Robert police and firefighters watch as a van is backed out of a gas station.
Customer hurt when van rams through St. Robert gas station Friday
ST. ROBERT, Mo. (Feb. 20, 2009) — One customer was transported to an area hospital Friday afternoon when a van rammed through the front window of the All-Star Express gas station. Shortly before 2 p.m., St. Robert police and firefighters responded to a report that a vehicle had rammed into the gas station and was still inside. Upon arrival, they found a blue Mercury Monterey rammed against the cooler doors in the back of the gas station. “The vehicle went through the front glass and all the way through to the back,” said St. Robert Police Chief Curtis Curenton. The vehicle driver was not hurt but one customer in the store was transported by Pulaski County Ambulance District paramedics to Phelps County Regional Medical Center with undetermined injuries, Curenton said. Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Darrell Todd Maurina

St. Louis woman wrecks car in front of Wal-Mart on I-44
ST. ROBERT, Mo. (Feb. 20, 2009) — A St. Louis woman wrecked her car and suffered moderate injuries Friday afternoon in the median between Interstate 44 and St. Robert Outer Road in front of Wal-Mart. State troopers reported that Sandra M. Frank, 47, was westbound on Interstate 44 at 12:35 p.m. driving a 2007 Chevrolet when she lost control, ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a sign. Frank, who had been wearing her seat belt, was transported by Pulaski County Ambulance District personnel to Phelps County Regional Medical Center for treatment. In unrelated incidents, troopers reported the arrests this week in other counties of three Pulaski County residents, James W. Fiatte, 40, of Crocker, Ronald L. Cross, 48, of Dixon, and Ryan M. Kallman, 26, of Richland, for various offenses. Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Darrell Todd Maurina

 Area Voices

Making money is easy if you have the ink and paper
The Obama Administration has starting printing money at a rate that would turn Midas green with jealousy for projects which had less vetting than the tax criminals he keeps awarding cabinet posts. To my knowledge, three days after the signing, no one has yet claimed to have read this huge side of greasy pork. Please pass the hemorrhoid cream, for we American taxpayers have just been bent over. Why? The President said it was URGENT! I didn’t see that exception in Obama’s promised five-day Internet posting of any bill. Did you? So here’s our introduction to the Barack International Theme Entertainment and Motel. (BITE ME) The working slogan is, “Empty Your Pockets and You Won’t Get Hurt.” Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Dave Weinbaum

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One-Line Philosopher: Top 10 thoughts of the week
Dave Weinbaum's weekly top ten list of random thoughts. Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
Dave Weinbaum


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