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 Miriam Beard - “It's only very recently that women have succeeded in entering those professions which, as Muses, they typified for the Greeks.”
 Ann Beard - “We will have 35 precincts open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m..”
 Ann Beard - “We'll have early voting, of course, before that, beginning on the 12th of April through the 27th, to give people a chance to vote at their leisure.”
 Ann Beard - “There are more (candidates) than there were at least eight years ago. One reason being, the judges are on the ballot. But, just in an eight-year period, a lot more people have come into the county.”
 Ann Beard - “The majority of our petitions were already filed before today, so it was really quite quiet. We had some company, but basically they were incumbents who had no opposition, holding their breath for the deadline. That was all the company we had.”
 Ann Beard - “There will be 35 polling places on the day of the election. And early voting starts 20 days prior.”
 Ann Beard - “In order to qualify, you have to pick up a petition.”
 Ann Beard - “It's a big election, with the 24-member County Commission. There's interest, especially in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts.”
 Gary Beard - “There was no firearm there, and I suspect the charge that was filed will be amended.”
 Brent Beard - “I've always been interested in seeing the school systems progress. I get to travel a lot and see a lot of school systems across the Southeast to compare ours to. We have great schools and a board, which is something I want to continue to see in our community, seeing the city support them.”
 Brent Beard - “I don't have a set agenda for the future. I just want to become as involved in the community as possible.”
 Brent Beard - “I am really interested in the community, especially the citizens in Ward 2. I love Auburn and want to see it continue to take the path it's been taking for awhile.”
 Brent Beard - “I'm looking forward to serving and being educated on how the city of Auburn is governed. I think it will be a rewarding experience.”
 Doug Beard - “We're hoping this is the part of the policy that will have an effect.”
 Doug Beard - “Putting on three hockey games is something we do all the time. It's all the other things that go into it.”
 Doug Beard - “We would love it to be a NCAA sport. We really have to look closely whether we can actually have scholarships given our current makeup.”
 Doug Beard - “We have a good understanding and working relationship with them.”
 Sallie Beard - “I think that's a strange irony that we're playing Truman State. Aside from Joplin, there isn't any place else on the face of the earth that will be more touched and more impacted than Kirksville and the Truman State campus by the loss of John Ware.”
 Sallie Beard - “I think that's a strange irony that we're playing Truman State. Aside from Joplin, there isn't anyplace else on the face of the earth that will be more touched and more impacted than Kirksville and the Truman State campus by the loss of John Ware.”
 Sallie Beard - “We looked at the entire complex.”
 Sallie Beard - “John Ware was a man with a vision, and that vision was beginning to become clear to our community and our campus. It was almost palpable, the impact that he had in just a short period of time.”
 Chris Beard - “We've had a pretty successful year following the launch of Firefox 1.0 and we're continuing to see very strong demand.”
 Chris Beard - “We've had a pretty successful year following the launch of Firefox 1.0 and we're continuing to see very strong demand,”
 Ann Beard - “As with any elected position, sometimes there's opposition and sometimes there isn't. When there's opposition, more is learned about that office. More is brought out.”
 Miriam Beard - “It's only very recently that women have succeeded in entering those professions which, as Muses, they typified for the Greeks”

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