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Letter to the Editor

Dear Darryl,

I appreciated the article on Jacob Heldenbrand in last weeks paper, however I find great irony in the life of Mr. Heldenbrand. It was his fathers testimony that “something told him things were not right”. It was this very thought of his fathers that saved his life. Without this “thought” he would have gone on with his chores and not returned in great haste to save Jacob. This

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor:

Your “Editor’s note” at the end of Jimmy’s letter stated “Since this is the last print edition before Tuesday’s election….” You offered the city the opportunity to respond. That’s fair. However, you failed to extend the same courtesy to Jimmy for rebuttal in the ‘last edition.’

That’s not fair.

You then wrote a scurrilous editorial of character assassination, impugning my statements and facts as not trustworthy, even though

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Letter to the Editor: Tough Times

Dear Editor:

Times are tough! They are tough for all of us. It doesn’t take very long watching or listening to the news to figure out times are tough everywhere. It makes everyone nervous, grouchy, irritable, and not being able to see that glass half full, only half empty.

For those who have jobs, whether you’re happy with it or not, you really are one of the lucky ones. Jobs,

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Letter to the Editor: More on City Utilities, Finances

Dear Editor:

An editorial in last week’s paper titled “A Positive Sales Tax Meeting” read in part:

“It takes money to make money. Do you believe this adage? On Tuesday, April 8, Gallatin voters will decide whether to actually put money to that truth. The vote will be on a half-cent sales tax. If it passes, a list of much needed improvements can be attempted, each of which promises to

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Letter to the Editor: Still Caring About Gallatin

Dear Editor:

I just finished reading last week’s paper which came a little before noon. I read your column and also the mayor’s letter and about the small crowd who attended the meeting about the half cent sales tax. Gallatin is still our hometown and Joe and I plan to be buried in Brown cemetery before too long and hope there will be someone there to greet us. We personally

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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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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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Letter to the Editor: Young Firefighters in Gallatin

Dear Editor:

Good job on covering the devastating fire in our little town yesterday. You guys did a remarkable job as well. I am very appreciative of all the men and women of the fire departments as well. I would also like to let you know of Tyler Carder of Gallatin Fire Protection District; J.D. Berten of Trenton Fire Explorers; and Wayde King of Trenton Fire Explorers also responded. These

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