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Instead of paying a single A school to travel 3 hours to Olvey to embarrass you at home, let’s save the money and schedule FPCA, or St. Andrews, or Pinewood Christian, or Johnson.
After the storm, how long do you think it will take the city to clean up all the dead branches and limbs that are all over the road?
Kudos, Postal Service during Hermine. Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night slows these carriers from the swift completion of their appointed routes.
The commissary privileges at Liberty County jail, I think they make about 1,000 percent on everything they sell. For instance they charge 85 cents for a pack of Ramen Noodles. I can get a whole 24 pack for $2 at the Walmart.
When are they going to reschedule the SPLOST meeting in Gum Branch? And when are you going to get someone competent down there at that newspaper to bring us some news that is worth reading?
Editor’s note: The Gum Branch community meeting is at 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Gum Branch Fire Department. It was in Wednesday’s SPLOST story.
I was wondering if there was a reason for one of the elementary schools on Airport Road not regularly flying the American flag. Seems to be a slap in the face for a military community.
Kudos to Margie Love for that fine column she wrote in her Liberty Lore about the Franklin, Tennessee, battlefield. It is an incredible book. It’s giving us more knowledge on an excellent subject.