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Monday, December 26, 2011

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year To All

I just wanted to take the time to thank everyone for reading, contributing and commenting Caldwell Guardian articles over this past year.  Your readership and comments are helpful in keeping a stimulating discussion going with local issues of the day.

The year in front of us will no doubt have plenty of issues for readers.  I get about 2500-3500 hits on my blog each month.  I have no ideal of who you all are as comments and hits remain anonymous except for the cities where readers live and their browser type, unless readers wish to add their name and other data to a comment.

Warm regards to all,



  1. Thanks, Paul. Hope you have a great 2012.

  2. I would like to thank Paul for the efort and time he puts into this blog. It is one of the best sources of info concerning how the various local goverment agencies conduct busines. It's too bad our so call news outlets ie telivison and newspapers refuse to do as good of a job.

  3. Continued focus on pocketbook issues will always be of interest Paul. Happy New Year to you and may your tribe increase

  4. Quite an interesting resolution that Mayor Dale
    put in the IPT today (1-3-12). Sounds to me like someone needs to remind him about the separation of church and state.


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