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The August 15, 2014 Southern Arkansas Tailgate News is now on current issue and ready for your inspection. Haskell City Council met, along with two candidates for mayor over there. The city is fighting water leaks due to a lot of rain and old drainage. Monday will be the first day of school in Gurdon and Haskell. The sermon is on child like faith. The poem is on the joy of being healthy. Rotarians met Steven Bell, the new Clark County Industrial recruitment director. He says over seas jobs would come back to the USA if gas would drop its price and the USA would lower its industrial tax. Wal-mart is lobbying for this and Bell will go their meeting. September football schedules were posted for area teams. Comments? Email me at: email@example.com. Thank you for reading the Tailgate News Weekly Magazine. Sincerely, John H. Nelson II, editor
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As always, go to “current issue” for the August 15, 2014 update. If you missed August 8, or any Friday issue before, see the old magazines under “older issues” on the dashboard that comes up when you first enter our site. Obits are generally on page 10. There was no July 25 paper because of vacation time. Thank you to each one who reads us. We are still over 4,000 site hits this week. We have a few of the early efforts of Tailgate News under archives but most of the 70 plus digital issues are under Oldies. Our first digital magazine was published in April of 2012. Tailgate News started printing in May of 2007, with 3,000 yard throws being the primary means of circulation. 2013 is the first time it has been published weekly and all on a web site. Tailgate News is in 12 pages this time. Safari and Chrome browsers and Soda or Adobe pdf readers seem to open the pdfs faster than most other methods. I really like the Safari browser. Otherwise, read us in clusters of pages on “Read” pages. The solitary page entries are for your printing needs. Printing is free. Here is hoping something in the magazine benefits you and yours. Thank you for your patience as we harness technology to communicate the fundamentals of small town society, United States style, as perceived by this Baby Boomer. Our concentration towns are Gurdon and Haskell.