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Editor's note: Letter in regard to Monday's
"Mutterings." Published with writer's permission.
I read your column today over my
You were right when you mentioned,
"This is a darn good Mount Pulaski team that figures to make a lot
of noise in our area this year."
The team is wonderful, the
cheerleaders are wonderful and the crowd is wonderful.....
Speaking of the noise that will be
made... the MPHS cheerleading squad is 14 girls strong. This is
the best cheerleading squad that I have seen in years. Under the
direction of their new coach, Kelly Aylesworth, you can bet that
they are turning heads!!!!!
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Thank you for posting the names,
districts, addresses, phone numbers and committee appointments for
the newly elected Logan County Board. [Click
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Animal control concerns have been an
ongoing struggle in this community for many years. My husband and
I are still being told horrific stories surrounding the issue of
controlling and humanely treating stray animals and are concerned
that the problem is not getting better. We have also recently been
personally involved in the struggle to get Animal Control to
respond when an incident occurred at other than their "regular
Animal Control Committee meets the
second Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at that facility. The
next meeting is Wednesday, Dec. 11. I would appreciate members of
the press being at that meeting because we have been told there
will be some serious issues brought before the committee. The
newly created committee consisting of Patrick O'Neill (chair),
Charles Ruben, David Hepler, John Stewart, Terry Werth and Dale
Voyles (county board chairman) needs community support in their
struggle to ensure cost-effective and humane treatment of the
animals in response to the constituents’ need for help in this
I urge everyone to attend this
meeting and talk with their city or council representatives to be
sure we are responsive to the needs of constituents and the
animals unlucky enough to be stray.