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Letters

  • From our readers

    Michael Butler is the CEO of Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest organizations in Tennessee dedicated to the conservation of the state’s wildlife and natural resources.

    Dear Editor,

        The race for governor is on. Both Karl Dean and Bill Lee are crisscrossing the state talking about the many challenges facing Tennessee and the opportunities to make the state a better place to live.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        Every few years your fire department has to renew its ISO Rating, which is Insurance Services Office, Inc. ISO collect and evaluates information from communities in the United States on their structure fire suppression capabilities. In each community evaluated, ISO analyzes the relevant data and assigns a Public Protection Classification (PPC). A community PPC depends on:
        The fire department is 50 percent of this rating

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        Morgan County Schools have been partnered with Save the Children for several years. Currently, four of the Morgan County Elementary Schools have Save the Children programs including an after school program.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        There’s a twisted view being spread right here in our part of the world that the declining National Football League (NFL) viewership and declining sales of NFL products amounts to “faux outrage” over Colin Kaepernick and friends disrespecting our American Flag and our National Anthem. This suggests that the outrage is insignificant and hardly exists at all. Many of us have a distinctly different understanding.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        This is to inform the citizens of Morgan and Scott Counties that I, Shelby Melhorn, owner and founder of the Unicorn Fund have severed all ties with the Unicorn Fund.
    After much soul searching and prayer, I have made my decision.
        I want to thank all of you for your support of me and the Unicorn Fund over the 33 years that it has been in operation in memory of my daughter, Patty.
    Please join me in any new direction I may undertake for the welfare of Morgan County.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        The Mt. Hope Cemetery Association met on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m. at The Weidemann.
        The officers elected were President, Jerry Phillips; Vice-President, Joe Miller; Secretary, Susan LaRue; Treasurer, Greg Smith; Board Members, Mary Sexton, Frank Anderson, Clifford Howard, Brent Morgan, Allen Brown and Jill LaZuka; and Susie Kries, Member at Large.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        The Unicorn Fund’s Second Time Around Boutique and business office, currently located at 602 Main St. in Wartburg will be moving soon to 121 Kingston St., Wartburg. In preparation for the move, we are currently holding a 50 percent OFF SALE on everything in our inventory. Now would be a great time to stock up on clothes, toys, holiday items, etc.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        God bless the people of Oakdale for standing up for their convictions and voting against the sale of beer in their town.

    Carlos Stewart

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        I would like to say a huge, Thank You, to my staff at Morgan-Scott Project for the wonderful surprise retirement party on Aug. 30, 2018.
        Thank you, for everyone that came, some from as far away as Nashville to honor my time at Morgan-Scott Project.
        I have enjoyed 11 wonderful years giving a hand up to those in need. I am thankful for all the wonderful individuals and families that have became a part of my life.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

       On behalf of the Deer Lodge Historical Society the Abner Ross Center and the Deer Lodge Volunteer Fire Department, we would like to express our THANKS to each and every one who participated in our 50th Annual July 4th Parade and Celebration this 2018 year. And especially you the spectator who endured the scorching heat also. This was our largest crowd ever and we hope to see everyone again next year.