In my retirement, I’ve not been writing many letters to you, as I have in the past, but it appears I should have been, as Edmond Burke once said, “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,” and “all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing!”
Letters to the Editor
This summer, headlines suggested that rolling blackouts across the country may be possible because of predicted above-average temperatures.
In the 1930s a group composed of merchants and citizens of Bourbon organized the Bourbon Volunteer Fire Dept. The original fire truck was a 1939 Chevrolet truck.
We are once again, requesting your help with building up our Jail Library. In the past, our community has been very generous with donations of paperback books to the inmate library, located in our County Jail. The types of books permitted are paperback only, so as not to be used as weapons.
The St. James Caring Center Commodity Day has hit a critical point with food distribution. Shortages at the Columbia Food Bank tricked down to our location the past two months. Our distribution warehouse is empty. Below is a statement from the Food Bank verify our situation.