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Letters to the Editor: When will it end?

Dear Editor,

How much debt do we have to incur, and how many people have to be out of work, before we take action on a national level? Every day, on the news, you can find a cadre of economic leaders from Europe, frantically waving red flags and pleading with us….”Americans, please right your ship and don’t set sail with us….we are SINKING!” Let’s drop all the political talking points

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Letters to the Editor: What’s up with the cemetery?

Dear Editor:

You may remember me from my visit to your office in May 2008 when I left a CD with you of material I had collected about families of Gallatin and Daviess County, where both my parents were born and raised (George William Prichard and Mary Elizabeth Love). I hope your spring is as glorious as the one we are enjoying here in Colorado.

A matter has come up

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Letter to the Editor: Remembering Gayla

Dear Editor,

I am writing this letter about Gayla Teel-Whitt.

Not too many people can say they were just acquaintances with Gayla because once she met you, you became a friend. She fought a long 8-year battle with cancer and remained positive and upbeat throughout all the treatments that made her so sick.

The long illness drained her family emotionally and financially. Because of this, I would like to issue

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Letters to the Editor: Get the whole story

Dear Editor:

My letter is in regards to the article about the horse rescue project.  If you can call it that.

Reuben Heldenbrand NEVER used the land they are using.  Because that land is worthless!  There’s no nutrient value and it’s basically just a big rock!  The article says they have 26 horses on about 28 acres.  From my research you need about 6 acres per horse.  You do the

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Letters to the Editor: Volunteers and hospice

Dear Editor:

Here we are at National Volunteer Week of 2012. I am a volunteer for Hospice Advantage and I can’t begin to tell you just how important a volunteer is, especially in this particular field where we receive the opportunity to inter-relate with people who are hurting not only in mind but more importantly in soul and spirit. The help that we can become can ultimately make a difference

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Letters to the Editor: Child abuse costs us all

Dear Editor,

It is hard to comprehend that a parent or caretaker would knowingly commit an act of violence or harmful neglect against an innocent child. This happens more often than you know. According to Missouri Children’s Division, there were almost 60,000 reports of child abuse or neglect in fiscal 2011. Child abuse and neglect falls under the radar of most of us because mostly notorious cases earn a public

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Letters to the Editor: Our push button era

Dear Editor:

Do you remember the days when a person could pick up the telephone, dial a number and have the person answer. Like everything else, modern technology has changed. I was trying to locate a “lost” friend and had to press a series of buttons with each time forwarding me to the next step. After I had gone through this series, I gave it up as a lost cause.

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Letters to the Editor: Don’t move Chautauqua off the square

Dear Editor,

To move the Chautauqua would be the final nail in its coffin. If it is moved off the square and to the park, that would spell the end for sure. The number of people attending would drop off to a point of not even attempting to have it again.

Having it on the square provides a location where most in town can park close or walk from their

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Letters to the Editor: No restraints on city workers

Dear Editor,

Many people have driven along West Grand and admired the beauty of the red Japanese maple tree in my front yard.

Please drive by again and look at what the city has done to this tree. They sliced off almost every branch on one side of the tree clear back to the trunk! Look at the three piles of branches they cut off this tree. Drive by and

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