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Letter to the Editor: PFC John Macy’s Feature

Dear Editor:

Thank you Tammy for writing and featuring the article for our soldier, John Macy. Not only has John committed himself to serve our country, he has grown as a person and has become a responsible young man. He went from totally not knowing what he was going to do with his life to finding a purpose to do something important to benefit our country.

This training has given

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Response to the Editor: Gallatin’s Deterioration

Dear Editor:

You have read my mind. You have put it in much better words in your Dec. 10 editorial than I could have. Much of what you say could apply to the block north and the block south also. My compliments to those you mentioned who have maintained, remodeled, restored or rebuilt some of our older buildings.

For 36 years I worked at Davis Drug on the east side

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Letter to the Editor: A Pit Bull South of Town

Dear Editor:

This is a letter of concern about the safety of people in our area.

On Monday evening, Nov. 22, my daughter was delivering a birthday gift for her friend’s daughter at their home on Hwy. 13 south of Gallatin. As she drove in, she observed a sign which read “Beware of Dog.” She saw a large German Shepherd and a smaller fluffy dog approach her car. When she

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Letter to the Editor: Christmas Around the Square

Dear Editor:

On behalf of myself and the City of Gallatin, I want to give a big shout out to Sally Black, Judy Elbert and Cyd Terry for organizing, planning and working so tirelessly on “Christmas Around the Square” this past weekend. I thought it was a huge success! It was so good to see our uptown busy with people and events. The decorations look so nice and I know

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Letter to the Editor: Howard the Duck

Dear Editor:

I just want to say thank you for putting the article in your paper about the duck (Howard) being gone.

We finally figured out what happened to her.

Somebody dumped off a black Lab dog. It had been hanging around for two or three weeks. We had chased it out of the yard several times.

Sometime after midnight Sunday and early Monday morning, the dog got the duck.

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Letter to the Editor: Pattonsburg Tree Climbers

Dear Editor:

We need the help of you and your readers. As with any family in today’s environment, the Pattonsburg Tree Climbers Society is faced with financial concerns.

Our current costs for maintaining the genealogy library of family history have exceeded the revenue generated from the memberships alone. A handful of local members have generously been helping financially to keep us going.

We are a nonprofit organization run by volunteers.

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Letter to the Editor: Life is Short

Dear Editor:

I know that most people knew that October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There was not a radio or TV ad, that I didn’t wonder what I could have done; should have done; or wish I had done.

Donna passed away six months ago and we knew nothing about breast cancer until 30 days before. She was being treated for pneumonia before that.

A few weeks ago I

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Letter to the Editor: Proud of Our Community

Dear Editor:

A couple of weeks ago, on a Monday while I was volunteering at the Gallatin Senior Center it came to my mind how much I enjoyed serving there and really getting to know and care for so many people who came through the door to serve, to eat or just visit. My husband Art and I had volunteered there together for about eight years when he passed away

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Letter to the Editor: Thanks to Ray and Vets

“Thank You” to Ray Clevenger, VFW Post #2172, and to all volunteers we met recently.

As volunteers at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall, we sometimes forget to thank the sponsoring organization. So, at this time our “Job Well Done, Mission Completed” is issued.

Take the rest of the day off.

VFW Post #2172 Commander Ray Clevenger, along with his squadron of volunteers, accomplished an amazing mission. To host TVVMMW

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