April 16, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

More than a nip

Dear Editor: Upon reading the article about vicious dog rules in The Morgan Messenger of March 26, I was astonished by the trivialization displayed, particularly the phrase “nipped on the heels” referring to my case. More...

Slow down on dog law

Dear Editor: I am writing about the proposed changes to the Morgan County dog leash ordinance. I think that our current laws are more than adequate to address the kind of problems this ordinance is supposed to deal with. More...

Angels of Mercy

Dear Editor: Last Monday night I had a very bad wreck. I left my friend’s house about 9 p.m. and everything was fine. It started getting foggy about two miles away. By the time I got to Detour Road, I couldn’t see anything. More...

Questions levy spending

Dear Editor: Just a couple of observations about the forthcoming levy vote. How can taxes decrease as indicated on roadside signs when you are voting for an increase? More...

Focus on owners

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Senior Center cook is hero

Dear Editor: CNN is now recruiting for the Hero of the Year program. Well, my hero is Candee Sears, the nutrionist for the Morgan County Senior Center lunch and homebound meals program. More...

Problems with dog ordinance

Dear Editor: The Morgan County Commission is considering some changes to the “Morgan County Dog Leash Ordinance.” Some of these changes are needed, but some of the additions need to be re-worded to avoid major problems in the future. More...

Lagging behind

Dear Editor: We have all heard the many cuts that will be made if the revised levy fails on May 13. These cuts will have a long-lasting negative impact on the learning of students in our county. More...

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