Tammy Showalter

Tammy Showalter 2 years, 10 months ago on Craig man convicted in auto theft sentenced to 10 years in prison

I so agree. That seems to be the going alibi for wrongful behavior. The courts need to start holding these people accountable...why have laws if the court does not uphold them.

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Tammy Showalter 2 years, 12 months ago on New allegation surfaces against former Craig PD officer

So anyone can anonymously step up and say anything and if it is about the right person it will be investigated as a possible crime?

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Tammy Showalter 2 years, 12 months ago on Publisher's Notebook: About that editorial ...

@ Brian_Kotowski I am with you 100%. I don't need the school trying to do my job.

For the newspaper....what were those sayings we grew up with "if the shoe fits" "truth hurts"... You printed an opinion and you got feedback...hopefully most was positive even if they didn't agree? Otherwise what was their point in giving you feedback?
those who "excuse" themselves "accuse" themselves, right?

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Tammy Showalter 3 years ago on Craig man not guilty in 2010 pedestrian fatality

I would not want to be this person, if he has any conscience he carries this with him always. Not guilty? He hasn't met his maker who is the only judge.

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Tammy Showalter 3 years ago on CDP Editorial: Grace period has sunset

When dishing up ideas of what should be done, I hope everyone will remember the Cosgriff, and how that turned out.

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Tammy Showalter 3 years ago on Future of Craig Motel site uncertain

I agree with curious_reader12..... But let us not forget what that place looked like for MANY years. Then the present owner came in and if I am not mistaken was awarded for community improvement? There are alot of ugly places around town and I am sure if everyone with a property for sale next door pitched a fit, we would hear of many more. I know several people who have looked into buying that duplex who thought it was overpriced before the motel burned. The motel property is owned by someone who should just clean it up and then sell the prime commercial property they own, or ignore it and let the city do what they have to do, but why let anyone take over that responsibilty unless you just don't care? If it was underinsured that is not the fault of the city or the neighbors, but shouldn't the insurance money that was received go towards the cleanup?

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Tammy Showalter 3 years ago on Meeker school remains closed due to stuctural issues

" a Neenan supervisor noticed a deflection in a beam supporting a second floor "...excuse me, but this was noted and reported by several parents, who were ignored btw! Those involved know the truth....

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