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Letters

  • Letter: Old problem, old solution

    A solution to an old problem in our community is Jesus Christ. Let me begin by saying as someone who has attended church practically my entire life, it is hard to let others know you are a follower of Jesus.
    In this country we have forgotten the freedom to attend church. Easter and Christmas as national holidays. Leaders in our country must believe in God or this would not be so.
    To believe in Jesus is one thing, but to say he is the answer seems to feel uncomfortable to let people know.

  • Letter: Care for your pets

    My dog and cat are truly my best friends. They ask for so little and give so much!
    I only hope that these animals are provided fresh water, food, shelter, and shade all through the year.
    We have a great shelter in Marion County. Unwanted and abused dogs and cats can be taken there.
    Have a heart and care people!
    David L. Duley
    St. Mary

  • Letters to the editor, July 16, 2012

    Old problem, old solution

    A solution to an old problem in our community is Jesus Christ. Let me begin by saying as someone who has attended church practically my entire life, it is hard to let others know you are a follower of Jesus.

    In this country we have forgotten the freedom to attend church. Easter and Christmas as national holidays. Leaders in our country must believe in God or this would not be so.

  • Letters to the editor, July 4, 2012

    Central Kentucky Community Theatre is a local treasure

    I am a professional theatre director and professor of theatre at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. On Sunday, June 10, I attended the final performance of Hello, Dolly! at the Central Kentucky Community Theatre in Springfield.

  • Letter: Where to get answers about hemp

    What is it? Where is it? How do we get it?
    At the Marion County Agriculture Center June 16, at 2 p.m., this is open to the public.
    Is it true that Daniel Boone was wearing hemp underwear under his buckskin clothes?
    Is it true that the first Model A Ford had 40 percent hemp on it body frame? And it ran on industrial hemp gas?
    Is it true that you can make over 100 items from hemp?
    Is it really true that we are importing industrial hemp from 33 countries?

  • Letter: FFA promotes our country’s No. 1 industry

    The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 540,379 student members in grades seven through 12 who belong to one of 7,489 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

  • Letters to the editor - June 13, 2012

    Where to get answers about hemp

    What is it? Where is it? How do we get it?

    At the Marion County Agriculture Center June 16, at 2 p.m., this is open to the public.

    Is it true that Daniel Boone was wearing hemp underwear under his buckskin clothes?

    Is it true that the first Model A Ford had 40 percent hemp on it body frame? And it ran on industrial hemp gas?

  • Letters to the editor - June 6, 2012

    Yard sale leftovers? Donate to The Caring Place

    The staff at The Caring Place hopes that everyone enjoys their yard sale adventures this weekend.

    The Caring Place has a full house at this time and several of our families are getting ready to move into their own homes. Please keep in mind that they have left their homes with very few personal items and no furniture.

  • Three steps forward, four steps back

    For all of the steps forward the Marion County School System has taken in the last year, it appears that they have taken a giant step backwards this spring.

    From the meeting notes of the Marion County High School Site Base Council, it appears that Marion County High School has once again hired Anthony Epps as an assistant coach for both the football and girls basketball teams.

  • Yard sale leftovers? Donate to The Caring Place

    The staff at The Caring Place hopes that everyone enjoys their yard sale adventures this weekend.

    The Caring Place has a full house at this time and several of our families are getting ready to move into their own homes. Please keep in mind that they have left their homes with very few personal items and no furniture.

    If you have any furniture or household items that you would like to donate to our residents please take them to The Caring Closet (Tuesday through Friday).