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Letter to the Editor: The Mayor Speaks

Dear Editor:

I’m not blind, nor am I deaf. I can hear all the rumors and contention going around our community regarding the utility costs and the petition to have the City of Gallatin audited. Both of these things are serious.

Your council and city employees take these issues very seriously. Right now, and for the past several years, you have voted in a council that has taken daily city

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Something You Can Fix

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. Both of the teenage girls were star students, and one will likely be named valedictorian of her class this spring. I was sitting across the table from them at a church banquet and couldn’t help but overhear:

“So how to you do it?”

“You mean mail it?”

“Yeah. It has to be mailed. I can’t text

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Peace

by Dr. Don Keuhle

We live in a war-weary world. We live in a world where a robbery and a shooting are considered “normal.” In too many communities if there is not a killing or a robbery, or both, it’s not a normal day. Violence and abuse make the headlines every evening. Chaos reigns supreme. People are  anxious, stressed-out, tense. Everyone is searching for some relief, yearning for some degree

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Commissioned!

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible speaks a lot about fruit bearing. Adam and Eve were told to be fruitful and multiply. Noah was told be fruitful and multiply. Jacob was told to be fruitful and multiply. God told the prophet Jeremiah that He would send the Righteous Branch so that God’s people would be fruitful and multiply.

The gospels mention fruit 38 times, three by John the Baptist and

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The Shepherd Calls: A Little Snow

ShepherdCalls_WPThe morning snow covered the ground like wet tissue paper. It was just a dusting; you could see snow, but it did not cover much. The fallen limbs, the mole mounds, the jonquils jutting early from the earth, even the stepping-stones were clearly visible through the transparent whiteness. It was a snow such as this that caused Calvin, of “Calvin and Hobbs” comics, to complain, “Getting a little snow is

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Capitol Report: Common Sense Spending in Our Schools

by State Sen. Brad Lager

There is no single act that guarantees a quality education; and while I do not believe that greater funding automatically translates into a better education, I do believe there is a basic cost associated with securing quality teachers, keeping the buses running, and operating a quality school.  In a world of limited resources, we must look for every opportunity to spend our educational dollars wisely.

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Fixing Congress

by Lee H. Hamilton

These are hard times for Congress. Its approval ratings have seen a bump from their historic lows of a few months ago, but it’s a small one. Our representative democracy’s keystone political institution is widely derided as ineffective, unproductive, irrelevant, and sadly out of touch.

It is no coincidence that this comes while Congress has developed a taste for so-called “unorthodox lawmaking,” wandering far outside its

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Letter to the Editor: From Gallatin Fire Chief

Darryl,

I wanted to let you know we appreciate everyone’s hard work at GPC. You’ve created an ever lasting historic memory for the community with the excellent coverage of the fire on the square.

Also, thanks so much for all the photos and newspaper copies.

Doug Hamilton, Chief

Gallatin Fire Prot. Dist.

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Letter to the Editor: From the City Admin

Dear Editor:

It is the duty of the city council to make the financial decisions regarding our city. It is your right and responsibility to question those decisions. This is why the city council will hold their next meeting (March 24 at 6:00) at the Dockery Park shelter building to encourage members of our community to come and ask questions and get the facts about the issues facing us all.

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