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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, April 19, 2022, marks 125 years since the founding of the organization now known as Memorial Health. This week, we will celebrate this milestone with our colleagues across central Illinois, including at Taylorville Memorial Hospital, but this achievement doesn’t belong to us alone. Memorial Health began as a modest hospital and training school…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, As our hearts break for the people of Ukraine, it is imperative that we wrap our heads around the fact that this is the price of supporting a president who stridently promoted “America First.” This is the price of supporting a president who cast doubt on America’s commitment to NATO and weakened its deterrent…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Like many of you out there, I’m embarrassed by the lack of any serious action from the United States in supporting the sovereign nation of Ukraine! Several days after other countries stepped up and put some sanctions on Russia, President Biden reluctantly followed with some sanctions. Sanctions should be a part of any…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I read with great interest the March 20th Speak Out submission titled “School Building”. I agree with the writer of this short but informative paragraph. In total over 24 million dollars is earmarked by the school board to build a fine arts center and a sports complex for a community that is unable…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, . . . except for you and me; and sometimes I’m not so sure about you. That’s an old adage I read on a plaque hanging in Bob White’s barbershop when I was a kid. And the opinions one would hear, while awaiting your turn for a haircut, were always challenged but in…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Who likes a scary story? Google ‘The Gassing of Satartia’, and read the article provided by HuffPost that gives a detailed account of how a small town was engulfed in a hazardous gas cloud that emanated from a ruptured CO2 pipeline going through their area. This happened last year in Mississippi, and we…

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Letter to The Editor

Dear Editor, Collisions between cars and wildlife is a growing problem on America’s roadways. If you’re like me, your heart hurts to see so many dead animals on the road and know that behind each collision a family may be burdened with serious injury or the loss of a loved one. Every year there are…

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Marry Ann Cunningham 2022PR28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHRISTIAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS   In the Matter of the Estate of MARRY ANN CUNNINGHAM, Deceased   2022PR28   CLAIM NOTICE   Notice is given of the death of Mary Ann Cunningham.  Letters of Office – Decedent’s Estate were issued on March 9, 2022, to Ena C.…

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Illinois Corn Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE   Pursuant to the “Marketing Program for Illinois Corn,” notice is hereby given that petitions to become a candidate for District Director on the Illinois Corn Marketing Board (ICMB) are available in the following ICMB districts:   District 3 Henderson, Henry, Knox, Mercer, Rock Island, Warren   District 6 Champaign, Ford, Iroquois, Vermilion…

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Mary Virginia Womack Case No. 2022 PR 23

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHRISTIAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS   IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY VIRGINIA WOMACK,    Deceased   CASE NO. 2022 PR 23   CLAIM NOTICE   Notice is given of the death of MARY VIRGINIA WOMACK,  of 201 East Martin Street, Edinburg, Illinois 62531, who died January…

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