countian

countian

(ˈkaʊntɪən)
n
a resident of a specific county
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The Missourian-News in Portageville and the North Stoddard Countian in Advance-Bloomfield, Mo.
In 2006, Neeley was named Carroll Countian of the Year by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, and in 2007, he was honored as the Fred Harris Professional of the Year by the Tennessee Industrial Development Council.
Dolan said most of the acquired titles will be incorporated into "The Countian," the "St.
Benjamin Israel, a former reporter for the North County Journal, the West Countian and the Columbia Daily Tribune, among other papers, is also a former shop steward in Local 45 of the Public Service Employees division of the Laborers International Union representing garbage collectors in Columbia, Mo.
That's kind of the middle of the country, right there," Phillips Countian Levon Helm noted in "The Last Waltz," Martin Scorsese's 1978 film about The Band.
In addition to the Journal, the Clarks previously owned The Payne Countian and two publications in Texas, the Ennis Press and the Ferris Wheel.
As your average Orange Countian could tell you, there's no such thing as free money, and when the Fed began tightening in February 1994, it should have been clear the game was over.
The Jackson Countian was published four days a week when owned by Bill and Barbara Combs.
Klimas, a banking veteran and native Lorain Countian, quickly embraced the heritage of the bank.
publishers of the West Countian, closed its doors this past April amid problems with the Internal Revenue Service, it created a void that three publications have rushed to fill - including a reincarnation of the West Countian itself, now simply known as the Countian.