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Letters

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        Theme for 2018 Deer Lodge Fourth of July Parade is: Celebrating our Freedom with 50 years of Deer Lodge Fourth of July Parades.

        The time is here, so please help us make the parade the very best ever. We are hoping that every church, business, horse rider, motorcyclist, 4 wheeler, old car owner, politician and anyone else that would like to be in the parade will enter. We are also hoping for a big crowd of spectators.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        Some of our customers and supporters are wondering what is happening at the Unicorn Fund and our Second Time Around Boutique, located on Main Street in Wartburg.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        The Deer Lodge Historical Society is in the process of collecting parade pictures from the last 49 years and especially of the first parade in 1969. If you possess any of these valuable photos please contact me at 423-663-7648, as soon as possible.

    Susie Kries

     

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        I have tried to keep my mouth shut about our county executive Don Edwards, but I can’t let the stuff slide after finding out he is running yet again for a third time.
        I believe in the Bible and I believe there are a lot of good people in this county.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        My friends, neighbors and fellow Morgan County citizens, I am so blessed by God to be your County Executive. You have entrusted this office to me for two terms and I am so thankful for your confidence in me. I have not and I will not let you down. However, I must address some silly rumors, some crazy accusations, and some downright wicked lies that are being perpetrated by those who oppose me as your County Executive.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        On behalf of the family of Richard Bunch we would like to extend our thanks to all family and friends that attended and paid their last respects to Richard.
        Special thank you to the members of First Baptist Church for their thoughtfulness of providing us with a very nice luncheon afterwards.
        Also, much appreciation to Bro. Doug White for a wonderful service on such short notice.
        Thank you to Schubert Funeral Home for handling the services.

  • Government

    Windle shares Legislative Wrap-Up

    Dear Editor,

        The 110th General Assembly has adjourned. The second session of the 110th General Assembly completed its business late Wednesday, April 25. I wanted to take this opportunity to highlight some accomplishments from this year’s legislative session.

  • From our readers

    Dear Editor,

        My name is Billy Stinson. I am 38 years old from Pickett County Tennessee and a graduate of the Morgan County Residential Recovery Court.
        The hardest thing for anybody to do is look themselves in the mirror and acknowledge their own flaws, fears, imperfections and put them out there in the open for people to relate to it.

  • Government

    Dear Editor,

        “On A Poet Turning Seventy; selected poems,” a book of poems composed by Jerry Lemons of Harriman has been published by Tanasi Press and is now available.
        The poems contained in the book are a selected collection of the poetry composed and published by Jerry Lemons over a forty plus year period.

  • Smith claims county executive is “No Show Don”

    Dear Editor,

        “No Show Don” Shows up for Congressman
        It’s election year so “No Show Don” shows up to rub elbows with Congressman Fleischmann. He doesn’t show up to work; he hasn’t made any efforts to produce his plan for Morgan County that he has promised in the past two elections; it must be “top secret” since the citizens haven’t seen it, or maybe he just shared it secretly with his cronies in “highly irregular” emails.