Dr. Richard Moss of Jasper, Indiana has announced that he will seek the nomination for Congress for the 8th Congressional district in the May 3, 2016 Republican primary. He believes that Republican leadership in Washington has strayed from the voters that sent them there.Dr. Moss is a board certified specialist in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (Ear Nose and Throat). He earned his undergraduate degree in Biology at Indiana University, and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at the I.U. School of Medicine in Indianapolis. Moss has been in private practice since 1991 with offices in Jasper and Washington for over 20 years. He previously had offices in Paoli, Tell City, and Huntingburg. He is one of the original investors in the St. Thomas Surgery Center in Jasper. He is a member of the Indiana State Medical Association and a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.Between 1987 and 1990, Dr. Moss traveled extensively throughout Asia, serving as a visiting surgeon on a voluntary basis at major medical centers in Thailand, Nepal, India, and Bangladesh. Although he received little or no compensation during these three years, he considers them among the most rewarding periods of his life. He continues his volunteer work and extensive travel with his family around the world today. Dr. Moss gives multi-media presentations and slide shows of his travels and work overseas at local schools and churches.Dr. Moss has written a regular conservative column for the Dubois County Herald for more than ten years. He has written also for the Indianapolis Star, the Evansville Courier and Press, the Bloomington Herald-Times, the Petersburg Press Dispatch, and the Ferdinand News. He maintains a conservative blog (exodusmd.com) and has recently authored a memoir about his mother (Matilda’s Triumph). He continues to write political columns that are distributed through his book signings and speaking engagements and often published. He is completing a second book about his life as a traveling cancer surgeon in Asia in hopes of promoting better understanding of the challenges of poverty, neglect, and advanced disease in the developing world. He also seeks to cultivate an appreciation of the excellent healthcare we enjoy here in the states and the freedom and opportunities that America uniquely provides. Dr. Moss also founded and owned the Bronx Bagel, a bagel shop and deli in Jasper.He has been married to his wife, Supit (“Ying”), for 26 years. Supit was a nurse whom he met while working in Thailand. She now assists him in his office. They are proud parents of four children, Arielle (23), Noah (21), Adina (12), and Isaiah (11). Arielle is a recent graduate of I.U. Bloomington and winner of a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Morocco where she now resides. Noah is currently studying Business Management at I.U. Bloomington. Adina and Isaiah attend Jasper Middle School. All of the children play multiple musical instruments and perform regularly. Dr. Moss eagerly attends their many recitals, competitions, and performances and is actively engaged in the education and rearing of his children.Dr. Moss and his family regularly participate in interfaith activities with local churches including a local food bank. They are members of the Temple Adath B’nai Israel (a synagogue) in Evansville.Dr. Moss seeks office because of profound concerns over the direction of the country. He feels that both parties have failed the American people. He believes firmly that new leadership is required if the nation is to correct itself.Find out more about Dr. Moss at www.rmoss4congress.com. Call or email at 812-684-0971 or [email protected] take time and vote in today’s “Readers Poll”. Don’t miss reading today’s Feature articles because they are always an interesting read. Please scroll at the bottom of our paper so you can enjoy our creative political cartoons. Copyright 2015 City County Observer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without our permissionFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Source: Rich ProductsRich Products is rolling out its Baked range across 108 Spar stores in Scotland. The sweet bakery brand has extended its partnership with CJ Lang & Son, which owns the convenience stores, meaning the premium range of sweet baked goods will be available in them from 3 February.Rich’s initially launched cookies in select CJ Lang sites last summer and now the partnership will be evolved to include muffins and buns at an rsp of £2 each. The cookie line-up comprises white chocolate, triple chocolate, oat & raisin and milk chocolate variants.More shoppers are looking for treats that are ‘worth the calories’, according to Rich’s which added that the Baked range is positioned to help convenience retailers offer coffee-shop quality products.The range will include:Belgian buns – packed with sultanas and a lemon flavoured filling, hand finished with a fondant icing and half a glacé cherryCinnamon buns – includes cinnamon and sultanas, hand finished with a cream cheese flavour icingBlueberry Muffins – topped and filled with blueberries, as well as a buttery streusel toppingLemon Muffins – has a lemon curd filling and is topped with crisp sugar pearlsTriple Chocolate Muffins – comprises Belgian milk, dark and white chocolate chunks, as well as a glossy chocolate sauce fillingWhite Chocolate & Raspberry Muffins – flecked with raspberry pieces, Belgian white chocolate chunks and a raspberry filling.“Over the past year we’ve seen a rise in people shopping locally – in fact, social media searches for ‘local shops’ are up by 179%. This means consumers aren’t just popping in for their essentials but relying on their nearby convenience store for more premium, special products too. Especially those that are perfect for an indulgent ‘treating’ moment,” said John Want, sales, marketing and R&D director at Rich’s.He highlighted the range’s “vibrant and enticing” packaging which has helped the cookies become a bestselling bakery line within CJ Lang.“It’s great news for Spar customers across Scotland that we’ve worked with our partners at Rich to extend their range into our company-owned stores. Never has it been more important to offer shoppers a range of products, attractively priced through their local convenience store,” added Stephen Brown, head of food to go for CJ Lang & Son.
Northwest String Summit will live up to its name once again when many of the country’s most beloved string bands and more gather at North Plains, OR’s picturesque Horning’s Hideout on July 18th through 21st, 2019.Yonder Mountain String Band (x2), Trampled By Turtles (x2), The Infamous Stringdusters (x2), Fruition (x2), Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Lil Smokies, Shook Twins (x2) and more will perform at the 18th annual edition of the festival.Other artists on the bill include Sideboob (featuring Allie Kral, Mimi Naja, and Shook Twins); The Dead South; Kitchen Dwellers; Ghost Light; Daniel Rodriguez (Elephant Revival); Trout Steak Revival; Lindsay Lou; River Whyless; Barnes, Gordy, Walsh Trio; Rumpke Mountain Boys; Steve Poltz; Brad Parsons; Benny “Burle” Galloway; Pete Kartsounses; Arthur Lee Land; The Good Time Travelers; Hillstomp; Dirty Revival; Five Letter Word; Handmade Moments; Deep Fried Pickle Project; Warren G Hardings; Scratch Dog String Band; Kind Country; Armchair Boogie; Laney Lou & Bird Dogs; Ley Line; Sweet Lillies; and Wood Belly.The festival’s lineup announcement notes that additional headliners and lower-tier artists will be announced soon.Tickets for the 18th annual Northwest String Summit are now on sale via the festival’s website.