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Letters

  • Adkins supporter views 4th Congressional race

    Editor:

    The decision you make on who will represent us from the 4th Congressional District is very, very important. Bill Adkins is for 100 percent of the 4th and Kentucky. His opponent, Thomas Massie, is for special interest throughout the U.S. and ignoring you and me.

    I have checked both web sites. Bill Adkins’ top priorities listed are to fight for jobs, seniors, the middle class and veterans. Thomas Massie wants to cut everything (even funding for libraries) and says nothing about seniors, the middle class or veterans.

  • Writer throws support behind Justice Scott

    Editor:

    I am worried about the state of our nation. I am fearful for my childrens' future. Every day “pop culture” mocks our country’s history and the values America was founded on. News organizations, “think tanks” and the ivory towers of America’s universities are asking “is the constitution still relevant?” Why is this happening? It is a leadership problem.

  • Dare to Care free meals second Friday of month

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  • Family appreciates birthday celebrants

    Editor:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who made Charles Lindberg Taylor’s 80th birthday celebration a great success. It is one he will never forget and it is all because of people like you that had a part in any way.

    You will never be forgotten. May God bless each and every one of you!

    The Taylor family

    Bedford

  • Former band treasurer explains resignation

    Editor:

    This letter goes out to band kids, parents and friends of Trimble County band program.

    I must apologize for remarks that were put on Facebook recently. A great many issues have come before me and before I could think, some remarks were added to the band booster page.

    Here is some information to clear up some issues:
    On Aug. 14, I resigned as treasurer of the band booster organization for the following reason, MONEY.

  • Emergency Search Unit expresses thanks for car show support

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  • Lady Raiders Softball Coach appreciates support at Apple Festival

    Editor:

    I would personally like to thank the community for all their support to our program during the Trimble County Apple Festival. I also know there were others that came from out of town just to get one of our apple dumplings, so thank you all as well.

    I also want to apologize to all of you who didn’t get one. We have run out the past two years on Sunday afternoon.

    But, thanks to everyone’s support, we raised some much-needed money for our travel expenses for the upcoming season.

  • New Trimble/Henry Animal Shelter receives the praise of reader

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  • Milton utility addresses concerns of letter in Aug. 29 Banner

    Editor:

    This letter is in response to the letter submitted to The Trimble Banner from Candice Humphrey.
    Letters were mailed in March 2012 to all Milton Water and Sewer customers explaining the new rates.

    Ms. Humphrey called our $50 reconnect fee outrageous. I suggest Ms. Humphrey contact Trimble County Water and Shelby Energy to get their reconnect fees. If so, she will find our reconnect fee is the lowest of the three.

  • Rexroat family extends appreciation for community’s kindesses

    Editor:
    I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in this and surrounding communities for everything everyone has done for my family. While myself and the children are still struggling everyday to deal with this tragedy being in a place like this surrounded by people who truly care that are full of generosity, compassion and are so ready to help us has made things easier to handle. Thank You everyone from the bottom of our hearts you can’t imagine what it has meant to all of us.
    Sarah Rexroat
    Bedford