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Opinion / Religion - September 17, 2018


Message from the Mayor

In less than two weeks, our fair City will be inundated with visitors from far and wide. Ready or not, like it or not, they are on their way to see what we have to offer in the form of a pageant. Our Peace Treaty pageant has gained National acclaim as being nothing short of magnificent. Our Peace Treaty Board along with hundreds of volunteers are working very hard to uphold that well earned reputation. But it doesn't end there - it is an obligation of all our citizens to put our best foot forward and welcome these guests to our home town. Please do all you can to ensure that the landscape of Medicine Lodge is in the very best possible condition we can offer. I saw my first Peace Treaty Pageant in the 1940's and I look forward to join you all at this year's event. God bless you!

Major Robert Stutler, Mayor

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