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  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS...

    Cigarettes were everything to me. I got up in the morning and had a cigarette with my coffee. At night, cigarettes helped me relax before bed. If I was happy, I smoked. If I was upset, I smoked. Cigarettes were always there. They were my best friend.

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    We’ve had such a mild winter that several days in January and February I bought lemonade at little kids’ lemonade stands. Already theses little 6 to 10-year-olds have more business experience than the spoiled brat child in the White House.
    Von Hilliard
    Dry Ridge

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    Crittenden resident asks where tax money goes
     My husband and I have lived in Crittenden for over 34  years. We live in a 1 1/2 story house that was built in the late 1800’s. I love my house, but, it is by no means a mansion.
    We try to keep our home and yard clean and in good repair. We pay a municipal tax on our insurance bills for our vehicles and our home, I am told, because we live within the city limits.

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  • Bus driver offers formal apology for crash

    This is addressed to the children that were on Grant County School Bus #062 on Jan. 17, 2007. It is also addressed to your families, my own loved ones and everyone else whose life was touched by the morning’s fateful accident.

    As the five year anniversary passes, I can not let this go another day. I have always been advised not to contact the victims, but my own heart compels me to do so. There were so many victims affected by the accident, including my own daughters.

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     Congress will be considering Medicare physician payment in legislation that could determine whether many family physicians can remain in business. The debate begins with the conference committee on the payroll tax extension, which will decide whether to temporarily prevent a 27.4 percent reduction in Medicare physician payment set for March 1.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    One thing I have learned after 20 years in government service is that real change happens only if citizens get involved. People can become involved by contacting their elected officials and letting them know of their concerns. If enough people voice their opinion elected officials will listen. If you take the time to vote someone into public office, you should take the time to let them know they are public servants. They are working for you.

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