30 years ago
dec. 30, 1992
Merle Bruner, fire chief and city co-foreman, is asking that people not place ash from their fireplaces in with their trash. Last year, the city’s trash truck was nearly lost when still-hot coals, hidden among ash, started a fire. This could have caused thousands of dollars in damage or worse.
That old Christmas tree can still serve a useful life. Take your used tree to Don Smith’s service station on E. Main St. and it will be taken, along with others, to Marion County Lake, where it will be used for fish habitat.
The Board of Education of Marion Unified School District will be host for a reception Jan. 10 for longtime staff member Eugene Enos, who is retiring. The reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. in the cafeteria of Hill School. All friends, patrons, former students, and others who worked with Enos are invited to attend.
The Harvey House Museum at Florence has a case of “The Harvey House Cookbook” for sale. Bessie Suffield said the book’s author, George H. Foster, sent the books.
Pictured is a Muskogee duck that was dumped at Marion County Park and Lake a couple of years ago. Superintendent Dale Snelling says such birds can be a nuisance because they breed fast and are not considered beneficial. “People may think they are pretty, but they’re not desired.” He hopes people will not dispose of unwanted birds at the lake this season.
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