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Steven Fulton, no I didn't talk to the owner of Stacks Smokehouse as I had no idea who the owner might be. I only saw 2 people in there when I had lunch there the other day and I was not going to confront them as they had no say as to what you served. I was sitting at my table and thought that the chalk board was advertising the new Belgium products. Sorry for not contacting you directly. Since you said I should ask you directly, is there any truth to what was just reported on social media that you have closed your doors and are no longer serving anything I don't have to worry about offending your place of business.
Did I see that Stack's is still serving New Belgium?
I was in Stacks for lunch the other day and saw them advertising New Belgium products. After all the hoop-a-la do you think that they would do that.
And costs the American people billions of dollars per year
That last paragraph sums everything up.
"Those who attended the meeting who were not school district employees, asked the school board to show the community where the money is going before putting a mill levy to the voters."
Show me where the moneys are going now and I will probably vote for it. I think education and extracurricular activities are a major part of growing up and becoming well rounded citizens. While I wasn't allowed to participate in sports my folks made special attempts to assure that there was time for band and chorus.
If a mill levy increase is needed show me the facts and figures as to why I should vote for it.
Congratulations Gary. You will do a super job for the citizens of Moffat County.
So I read this and got a picture in my mind of a truck load of Marijuana bales strapped on a semi headed to the barn. 300 acres of pot would be a lot of high. Makes me wonder if you measure yield like farmers do. Bushels/acre or joints/acre.
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