"Where were all you moral folks when the gambling joints started to go up in town???? Personally, I don't see much difference in the morality of either type of establishment! If women want to bare it all and men want to watch or do…"
"I live next to the Cummings pad and have been photojourneling it on facebook-----I understand that the Rutledge pad will be next-on Canyon rd----it has not been started yet, but the flags are in place. I also have heard that the Rutledge site will…"
"I haven't been out there in a while----but the Free Press is printing some articles about it. I think it's going to be mostly commercial in nature, businesses support for the oil and gas indrustries. I think a Target would be nice.
"Hi Babs---unless you are willing to seek legal advise as to getting out of your old contract and renogating a new one-pricey---I'd just want to try to get acres down to 650---if not-----I'd say go ahead and sign---that's just…"
I've just discovered two more sites for us to get information and discusslocal issues regarding the oil and gas boom in our county. The site is TheDailyDigger.com and a blog is EnergyNewsBlog. It's an opportunity to get in touch with recent news and stay connected.See More
"The Cummings property is getting ready to have a well put on it----I live next door. If you look on a map, it's right at the top of the township road, Scroll rd, on Antigua--- also I know that the Rutledge farm is also going to have a well…"
Does anyone know what is the real scoop on the develoment in this intersection. Seems to be some dialog on another local blog site http://www.thedailydigger.com/ Not that it makes a difference to me, just curious as to what is going on in our little village.See More
"I think it would be appropriate if the replies on this site pertained only to actual facts or were posted to try to answer reasonable questions----and did not degrade people or start to look like an adolescent facebook…"
What makes this site so great? Well, I think it's the fact that, quite frankly, we all have a lot at stake in this thing they call shale. But beyond that, this site is made up of individuals who have worked hard for that little yard we call home. Or, that farm on which blood, sweat and tears have fallen.[ Read More ]