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Now that summer is here we are again hearing of kids dying in hot cars. The experts have given some tips on how to avoid this. A simple way to remember a child is in the back seat is to take two toys, books or stuffed animals along in the car. Give one to the child and keep the other one bes…

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On behalf of our son, Emmett Blake Rowan, the family of Stephen and Ruth Rowan would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone in our wonderful community that contributed in any way to the funeral of our son. Thanks to all of you who came out at 11 o’clock at night on Wednesday, July 1…

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Interesting piece of mail from the Faith & Freedom Coalition (ie Ralph Reed) this week, as we all gear up for the 2018 mid-terms. Final option is a checkbox: “ No, because I oppose President Trump. I want the Left in control of our government; I want 'open borders' for America; and I wan…

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As an avid automotive enthusiast since birth, and one who knows first hand how to produce a successful, quality car show, I wish to commend the Festival Board on a very nice turn around with this years endeavor! Job WELL DONE!

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I feel there should be clarification regarding School Board member Kerith Strano Taylor's statement in the June 14, 2018, Jeffersonian Democrat with regard to separation of Church and state wherein she was quoted, "This isn't imagined; it's been the doctrine of the United States since its fo…

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BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Volunteer Fire Company is reminding area residents that it does not solicit donations by telephone.

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March is designated as National Social Work Month and this year’s theme is “Social Workers. Leaders. Advocates. Champions.” The theme could not be more fitting.

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Jeffersonian Democrat office – God answers prayers, great customer service and staff with awesome changes.

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Because Randy Bartley had been the editor of the Jeffersonian Democrat for a quarter-century, and a staff member for even longer, it follows that some readers took his editorship and his weekly "A View from Main Street" essays for granted, much as we expect to see the courthouse clock tower …