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It’s beginning to look a lot like Fall

It is a beautiful day for a walk so if you feel like going for a stroll, make sure to head down Main St., and around the square. Fall decorations are out and you can’t help but smile when you see them.  

Library holds “Trunk or Treat”

The Library held their annual “Trunk or Treat” on Tuesday, Oct. 16, with the Friends of the Library, Kerry Denton from the police Department, Bobby Adams from the Fire Department and  Monroe Youth Theater members volunteering to pass out treats. Below are snap shots from the event. If you missed this event, be sure to…

Post Office protest held

Three protesters, armed with handmade signs pleading their cause, gathered outside the Monroe County Courthouse. The group, which picketed the Courthouse on Monday, Oct. 8, were hoping to persuade Congressman James Comer to sponsor a bill keeping the United States Post Office as a federal entity (House Bill 993). The members and supporters of the…



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