Thursday 9:41 p.m.
This is Jesse from Pace. I went out to Strick cemetary today because it was my granddaughter's birthday. I went with my son and daughter in law and the graves out there, some of them you can't see, about 40 or 50 of them. Little oaks within 2 or 3 inches big around have grown up around a bunch of the graves. You look off you can't see where some of the slabs are. You think Sheriff Wendell Hall could get some of the inmates out there to clean them up? I'm sure they'd love to get out and clean them up.
Friday 4:34 p.m.
Hi, this is Chuck in Milton. I want to thank you for a good news paper. We've been enjoying it for the last nine months. We look forward to getting it more. I particularly like the article on Constitute Voice by Jeff Miller and also the columnist Ron Heart. Very enjoyable paper. Thank you.
Friday 8:29 p.m.
Yes all this tragedy in South Korea, all these young people: the future of South Korea. The world is going to an end like it says in the Bible. They want to kill all these people, the innocent. They were going somewhere to have fun. They were students. My advice for the young people in America: stay home. You are a little bit safer here even if you complain about your own government and you're not happy. Stay home, home, in the United States. Thank you.
Saturday 5:32 a.m.
Yes, I'm calling about a historical marker about Andrew Jackson camping out at Pea Ridge. My little sister passing by this marker said Andrew Jackson camped out at Pea Ridge. I think the sign, a state historical sign, was located I believe by the AT&T store on Highway 90. Could somebody look into it and see what happened to that historical sign? Thanks for looking into it Speak Out.
Saturday 3:32 p.m.
Hi, this is Kevin from Milton and I would like to see the county build the courthouse where the fair was and I'd like them to move the fair out to Highway 90 so everybody would know where it's at. Thank you.
Sunday 9:03 a.m.
Hi, this is Judy and I want to apologize to Sharon with the Tea Party and she explained some things to me and I feel better as far as that's concerned, but I'm still very upset the county commissioners are refusing to listen to us. We want a choice to vote for the present location of the Santa Rosa courthouse judicial system. County commissioners you need to listen to your people because we're getting upset with you. I wasn't upset with the tea party so much. I know they were just trying to save money, but the county commissioners are ignoring our plea to put the current site of the Santa Rosa County courthouse judicial system on the ballot so we can have a choice. Thank you.