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Don’t like the street cleaners? Well, why don’t you move to the center of 100 acres? It should be very quiet there.
Under new Winn Army Community Hospital pharmacy policy, patients get tickets, but if the pharmacist cannot fill them by 8 p.m., then they’ll be told to come back the next day. Way to go, Winn. Always patient-oriented. Thank you so much.
I’ve got a newspaper box. I’d like to know why the Coastal Courier can’t put the paper in the newspaper box and not on the ground.
In response to the caller about the Liberty County High School graduation: It’s amazing how adults always make the decisions that’s convenient for them that impact the children. But they always make decisions that are convenient for them.
I’m in agreement with the caller that talked about Liberty County High School graduation. I’m confused, what is the board of education’s reasoning for wanting to have the graduation at night? Clearly, it’s a very dangerous for this to take place at night when we’re on the busiest highway. Cars have to be parked on both sides of the highway, and it’s the busiest highway in Liberty County.
I really miss the Food Lion on Gen. Screven. I wish it hadn’t closed. I really miss all the nice people who worked there.