Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

Letters to the Editor

August 24, 2007

Letters to the Editor

Liver transplant patient thanks benefactors

In June of this year, I (Ruby) had a liver transplant. My health was bad and getting worse almost daily. I had a lot of healing prayers being said for me and I am here today to thank every one of you for those prayers, because the Lord heard and answered them all.

We also want to thank all of the businesses that let the family set up donation jars and a benefit yard sale and to those that listed or announced the benefit or asked for prayers for me. To Brother John and Rita Shepherd for the prayers and visits at home and UK in Lexington and the Boyds Creek Methodist Church, the Living Faith Church, Highland Methodist Church, Fairview Church of Christ, to the family members and friends that worked so hard taking care of things at home while we were in Lexington and to the many who prayed for us, sent food, for all the calls, cards, visits, words of encouragement and all the donations to us.

You will never know how much all these things have meant to us. We are truly blessed to have people in our family and community who care for others so much. To say thank you doesn’t seem to be enough, but we do graciously “thank you all” and may God richly bless each of you for your kindness.

Ruby and Raymond Eatmon

Cave City

Bible offers passages in favor of alcohol

As hard as I try, I can muster little Christian charity for religious zealots who claim the right to tell the rest of us what we can drink and where we can buy it.

Truth is I drink almost no alcoholic beverages, just an occasional beer at family gatherings or a glass of wine with a plate of spaghetti. But, in the absence of public intoxication or drunken driving, what I drink really is nobody’s business.

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    May 2, 2009

  • Youthful residents give their opinions of Obama’s inauguration Editor’s note: The Daily Times wanted to learn the views of younger members of our community on the election of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States of America. We enlisted the aid of the Boys & Girls Club in order to get responses and here are three letters from participants.

    January 21, 2009

  • Thanks given for support Community Medical Care would like to thank Betty Blankenship and everyone at Gale N Dale’s Restaurant for the fundraiser before Thanksgiving.

    December 18, 2008

  • Alcohol sales don’t seem to be lifting Glasgow’s economy

    October 16, 2008

  • Letter to the editor From all the comments made thus far, pro and con, involving the “moist” issue, we identify and find common ground that Glasgow and the surrounding area is a good place to live.

    September 10, 2007

  • Letters to the Editor I recently read with great delight of the upcoming reunion/old-timers game involving players of by-gone eras at the Summer Shade field.

    September 7, 2007

  • Letters to the Editor Selective morality used in alcohol debate.

    Yes vote will not help Glasgow.

    September 6, 2007

  • Letter to the Editor The recent Daily Times article “Barren school board sees ag center presentation” left me with some thoughts.

    September 5, 2007

  • Letters to the Editor I have been reading the letters on the alcohol issue and I want to agree with each one that is against it.

    August 31, 2007

  • Letter to the Editor On behalf of the Barren County Cattlemen’s Association, we would like to thank everyone that has joined our association.

    August 28, 2007

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