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Letters

  • Local veterans thank Easy Pro

    Editor:

    We want to thank D.J. Carroll and Easy Pro for cleaning the Veterans Memorial at General Butler State Resort Park.

    It is greatly appreciated.

    Board of Veterans Memorial

    Carroll County 

  • Donations sought for hospitalized child

    Editor:

    I am an employee at Webster Drugs and my co-worker is Shaman Webster. His 18-month- old son, Christian, is sick. In this regard, I am knocking at your door for any donation you would like to make that may help Christian’s recovery. There is an account at First National Bank in the grandfather’s name, Chuck Webster, in care of the child, Christian Webster. All you have to do is stop by the bank and make your donation. You can even do it from the drive through.

  • Support for Mikie’s Ride appreciated

    Editor:

    We would like to thank The News-Democrat. We also would like to thank everyone for all the work they have done to keep the memories of Mikie’s Ride going.

    Thanks to all the people who gave door prize donations, all the people who came to the ride, to those who made donations, Carrollton Lions Club, Herb Kinman Chevrolet and people who cooked the food.

    We really just want to thank everyone for all their love and support to keep our son, Mikie Gividen’s memories.

    Tina and Mike Gividen

    Carrollton

  • Gibsons back Richardson in Owen election

    Editor:

    We would like to encourage the people who are a part of Owen County Rural Electric, to vote for Charlie Richardson as their Director of District I.

    He is a person knowledgeable of the electric business, and had a power line construction business for a number of years.

    As a life long resident of Owen County he has also been a tobacco and dairy farmer and knows what hard work is.

    We have been friends of his since early school days and know him as a caring person who will go out of his way to do you a favor.

  • CFD collects $12,200 for Crusade For Children

    Editor:

    Through our fundraising efforts this year, we raised $12,200 for the WHAS Crusade For Children. This is another record year, for the third year in a row. We want to thank those who help us accomplish this feat: Westside Fire Department, Worthville Fire Department and the family members of the firefighters who helped us with the door-to-door and roadblocks. Also a big “thank you” goes out to Subway, Hometown Pizza, Snappy Tomato Pizza and Papa John’s Pizza who donated food to feed those doing all the door-to-door walking.

  • Bond running for Owen Electric board

    Editor,

    Owen Electric is holding an election for its board of directors. Members can vote at any Owen Electric office during office hours between now and close of business on June 15, or at the annual meeting in Grant County on June 17. My aunt, Ann Bond, is running for re-election to the board. She has served three terms and would like to continue on the board. She would appreciate your vote at any Owen Electric office or at the annual meeting. Any member, or their spouse, of Owen Electric can vote. Thank you.

    Cassandra McBurney

    Sanders

  • Class of 1959 reuniting June 11

    Editor:

    The Carrollton High School Class of 1959 is holding its annual reunion at General Butler State Park Lodge on Saturday, June 11 at 4:30 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m. All classmates are encouraged to attend. Reservations are not necessary. We welcome all friends of the class as well. Bring any mementos that you wish to share.

     

    Gypsy Oak

    Carrollton

  • Thanks for help with P’ville clean up

    Editor:

    On behalf of the citizens and of the City Commission of the City of Prestonville I wish to thank Judge Westrick, the Fiscal Court, county employees and anyone else who helped in our clean-up day. Special thanks to John Kyle, Floyd Bowling, and James Lewellyn who helped get it organized and was there to see that it went well.

  • Quick Money licensed and bonded

    Editor:

    I am writing in response to the article printed in the News-Democrat on May 12, 2016. The article was based on a Fiscal Court meeting pertaining to the sheriff’s office buying a new software program to help solve crimes.

    There were multiple untruths stated in this article. As owner of the only pawnshop in town, I deem it is necessary to clarify the false statements written to the readers.

  • Family asks for return of stolen Hill’s Dairy boxes

    Editor: