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After serving as Manager of the Senior Citizens Nutrition Center in Union Springs since August 9, 2000 I am retiring as of August 30, 2019.

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Valuing School Bus Drivers (hereinafter Drivers)

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MORE EXCITING THAN STEPPING ON THE MOON

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I am writing this to let those who don’t know, but ought to know, that Councilman Stan “Chilly” Cooks is doing an outstanding job with the kids in Bullock County.

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I would like to thank Mrs. Kim for putting my article, "Rayborn Manor honored as Super Hosts for 4 years" in the Herald.

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I recently attended a public hearing assembly held by the Union Springs planning commission and I was dismayed by the number of requests to install mobile housing units within the city limits. Union Springs has an affordable housing shortage and providing a means to relieve this problem is n…

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Marking 50 years since the Vietnam War and 200 years of statehood, Auburn High School students invite veterans of the Vietnam War from across Alabama to join them as they seek to document the history of Alabama’s Vietnam War service.

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A few weeks ago, I posed a question about garbage pickup in the county. Today March 20, 2019, I had an empty garbage can sitting with my garbage can.

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The parking area was overflowing and the gymnasium held a large crowd at the fundraising talent show held at the Conecuh Springs Christian School in Union Springs on March 14, 2019. The stage was bare except for microphones and a background curtain that held a scattering of stars.

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After being a patient at U.S. Military Hospital in Yokosuka, Japan as well as Rota, Spain; neither meets the professional healthcare I received at the Bullock County Hospital in small-town Union Springs, Alabama.

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I read the paper front to back every week and really enjoy it.

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Captain Dean’s 'Letter to the Editor’ was spot on.

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Due to a recent video release by an unknown individual depicting a police officer at Bullock County High School attempting to settle an irate student, the concerns of SROs in the schools have increased by some parents.

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On September 21, 2018, Lt. Marcus Blackmon, son of Lula Blackmon of Asbury Park, NJ and the Late Theotis E. Mabson of Armstrong, AL, was named Captain of the Asbury Park Fire Department (APFD).

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Thank you Bullock County. I have been honored by many, NASA for my work on the Space Shuttle; Rockwell International selected me as a candidate for engineer of the year, twice; Boeing named me to it's Fellow Program and there are many more.

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"Rising Republican Star" endorses Democrat Joseph Siegelman for Attorney General of Alabama.

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I am from Pell City and after hearing about FPH Bakery from a friend in Eufala, my sister and I decided to make the 3 hour drive to make a visit.

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This is a reminder to our Bullock County citizens to review the terrorist attacks on our country on 9/11 in 2001. At 8:46 a.m. on that day the Trade Center in New York City, the largest city in America, was hit by the first of two terrorist-piloted airplanes.

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I just read the article Thomas May wrote in this week's Herald - "Looking Back at Union Springs".

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Do you know who your congressional representative is? I only ask because it’d be understandable if you didn’t. Our current representative for Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District is Martha Roby, and she has not held a public townhall in this district since 2013. If that seems odd to you, it should.

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An article in the 6/20/18 Herald newspaper stated that there would be an emergency meeting to save the Carnegie Public Library in Union Springs on June 20, 2018. Over 60 concerned citizens attended.

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We wish to thank the following who assisted with the “Piano Project” for the Nutrition Site.

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ALABAMA NAACP JOINS FORCES WITH COMMUNITIES TO STOP MASS SCHOOL SHOOTINGS & GUN VIOLENCE

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As a concerned citizen, I would like to express my concern over a trash problem. I have spoken to Mayor Saint T. Thomas, Jr., Union Springs Chief of Police Danny Jackson, Bullock County Sheriff Raymond Rodgers, City Attorney Elizabeth Smithart, Union Springs Councilman Earl Hinson, Health De…

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The reason for writing to you and your readers is my recent visit to City Hall and what I learned. I went to City Hall to see the Mayor about one of the City’s undertakings.

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ON PRESIDENT TRUMP'S EXECUTIVE ORDER TO REVIEW WELFARE PROGRAMS:

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This is my response to the Letter to the Editor from Roscoe Nance of Virginia. In the words of Shakespeare, his letter is "Much Ado About Nothing."

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I read with interest the Union Springs Herald’s March 28 online coverage of the annual Voters League banquet.

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The questions has been asked, should the teachers/staff in the schools be trained and armed to protect the children/staff from would be killers. My personal opinion/answer is “No.”

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I'm sorry to see two more houses coming down in Union Springs across from the Piggly Wiggly shopping center. They aren't grand houses but they do contribute to the overall townscape, providing continuity along E. Conecuh Avenue.