Commonwealth Journal

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August 17, 2013

Coming in Sunday's CJ

Somerset — These are the stories the Commonwealth Journal is following for Sunday:

• Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler said Monday that the city had responded to an open records request submitted by a consultant for a local group looking into merged governments — but he had some harsh words in the process.

• The political heartbeat of western Pulaski County is being revived. The Triangle Restaurant, often called the Nancy White House, will again be the scene of political discourse and good food, beginning about the middle of October.

 

 

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