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Letter to Editor

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Dear Editor: As a member of this community and a supporter of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement, I’d like to share with you some changes that are being made to our local event. For many years, the Relay For Life of The Greater Valley Area has been a community fundraiser to support […]

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Letter to the Editor

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Dear Editor: First, let me thank you for the article about Joe Louis. I am deep into a research project about him for an article to be in theALABAMA HERITAGE magazine. Further research, I found that a 8th eighth child, Vuniesa was not a college professor; in fact, fairly recently the Michigan Legislature passed a […]

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Council still ignores blight

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Dear Editor: Well a year has passed and I am enclosing photos (above) of two homes that were presented to the city council regarding unkept property. One year later the city council has done NOTHING to enforce established ordinances. These are just two (2) of the examples of abandoned homes. Also, it is not true […]

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Appreciates Homecoming coverage

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Dear Editor Wilcox: Thank you so much for running the article about County Line’s Homecoming and the historic picture on the front page of The LaFayette Sun. We appreciate your generous allotment of space very much. We congratulate you on your community and state coverage, and we look forward to receiving the paper each week. […]

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Governors are a disgrace

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By Mike Wilcox Publisher/Editor Michigan and Alabama have a thing or two in common. Most recently they can both point to their esteemed leader- The Governor, and can say unequivocally A DISGRACE. Michigan’s Governor Rick Snyder was riding on a high. He was really well thought of nationally as a politician that actually got things […]

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Being sick (part 2)

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Paul Richardson Let me finish my account of a recent hospital stay. Pay attention, this could be life saving If you are ever confined. After the agonizing ER wait (from part one) and I finally got a room, the morphine was working wonders. As the first shot wore off and the pain began to return, […]

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Hunting the Good Stuff

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I’m wouldn’t usually describe myself as gullible, but when I’m up at the crack of nine, my guard is down and all bets are off. Chick-Fil-A posted a photo of their new steak filet on their Instagram page. It looked so good. I was even planning on going there for lunch. I even texted the […]

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Being sick (part 1)

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By Paul Richardson Waiting in an ER is a trying experience for anyone, especially when in severe pain, on a weekend, during a full moon, and on a holiday. Wow! Come on St. Peter! I need some relief! After hours in agony, when the nurses finish their crossword puzzles and call every number on their […]

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This ole barn

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By Jody Fuller A couple of Saturdays ago, I drove up to the Ridge Grove Volunteer Fire Department for their annual barbeque. It’s something that’s been on my local bucket list for as long as I can remember but for some reason or another, I never was able to make it. For weeks, I’d planned […]

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