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Sound Off Sept. 30

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To the soldiers and civilians that pass by Bradwell Institute: Please remember, pedestrians have the right-of-way. Thank you for protecting our children and grandchildren. Goodbye.

Yes, it has been brought to my attention that on Sept. 20, 2015, the ambulance at the Sunbury Fire Station, Station 20 in the eastern side of Liberty County, will be pulled. On the east side of the county, we won’t have a response from EMS from Midway. This adds to long response times and people in the end dying. We the people of the eastern end of Liberty County deserve better treatment than this. Thank you.

In Sunday’s paper, page 6A, Sunday, Sept. 13, you have an article about “Hold Your Tongue.” Above it, there was a couple sentences in the shaded area that were printed so small, I couldn’t hardly see them. I called and spoke with somebody at the Coastal Courier. I’m also hard of hearing. I don’t know what she said to me. But I’m hoping you’ll reprint this ’cause I had to use a couple magnifying glasses to be able to read it. But it was very awesome. If more people could read it — OK, I’d appreciate it if you reprint it, OK? “Hold Your Tongue,” I could read that article, but above it, there’s a shaded area with a couple sentences in it that is real heavy. If you could reprint it so more people could see it, it’d be great.
Editor’s note: The sentence in the shaded area reads: “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. — Ephesians 4:29”

Just a little tidbit of wisdom. You can read the Bible to find out how men ought to act, and you can read this paper to see how men really act.

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