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Do you run a business in Thurman? Are you looking for a way to get word out to the public and let them know what you do or make.

The Town Board meeting held Tuesday, Aug. 9 has the town folks questioning why there was a member of the sheriff's patrol standing guard. The sheriff’s officer told people at the meeting he had an order to be there — we hear that may have been some sort of threat towards a town board member. The issue of funding the operations of the Thurman Emergency Squad is indeed volatile, but people should keep their cool.

The Thurman Fall Farm tour planned for October will be setting up sites throughout the town where individuals and entrepreneurs can set up a table to display samples of goods, or to hand out business cards or information. Those who prefer to set up in their own home, can ask to be listed on a map and tour guide as a destination. For details, call 623-9595 or 623-9305.

Reminder: Aug. 23 is the deadline to get in your petitions in to run for an office on the independent line for town elections this fall.

How many of you see illegal happenings like use of drugs and alcohol with teens, and fail to call the anonymous tip line to report it to the county sheriff’s office? You need not give your name unless you want to be notified. So before another teen gets badly hurt, pick up your phone and call 761-9800.

Thank you, Aaron for providing the tip on getting rid of those pesky ants that invade houses around this time of year. We will try it and let everyone know if it’s a success. Again, your call was appreciated.

Rabies clinic scheduled

The Warren County Rabies Clinic is to be held in North Creek firehouse on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 10 a.m. until noon. A $10 donation is requested for each pet. Cats should be brought in carriers and all dogs must be on leashes. For details, call 761-6580.

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