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Friday, May 09, 2003
VOL. II Issue 5E
HYDE COUNTY BECOMES FLOOD COUNTRY
With more that 2.5 inches of rain falling on the Ponderosa this past week, and other places reporting more than that, things are getting quite muddy outside. It looks as though the precipitation situation is looking up for Hyde County's farmers and ranchers. Of course, things could dry up in a hurry
Some areas in Hyde County repoorted as much as 2 inches in just one day. So far, everyone is cautiously optomistic about the coming growing season. It has been noticed that both Nemecs' wheat and Hinkles' alfalfa is looking pretty good. Also, E.E. Hinkle has quit asking Harold when Darrel is going to get ready to plant corn, for now anyway.
DELAY IN OPEN HOUSE
Because of the cold weather, Kristi Hinkle will be postponing the grand opening of her greenhouse until a later date which will be posted in the Holabird Advocate.
OPT-OUT FREES UP NEEDED MONEY
Since passing the opt-out of the property tax feeze, a lot of badly needed money has been freed up in the Hyde County School District. Previously fired teachers have been rehired and some with big bonuses. Budget cuts that were made have been put off. The school district that was once short of money seems to have no trouble spending it now. How fortunate that the children of Hyde county will now have the best education that money can buy so that they can move away and never be seen nor heard from again.
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