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Henry Counts from East Prairie, Missouri:
"I live in the East Prairie Housing Authority.The police do not enforce the 15 miles per hour speed limit...people throw trash in front of my house and the city workers do not pick it up before they mow and it looks bad."
Jean Ohms from DeSoto, Illinois:
"(Regarding Mike Smythe's ViewPoint on the Georgia Works Program) I don't look at it as free labor for employers but as an opportunity of free tuition to learn a new job skill. What better opportunity than being one out of two to receive assurance of employment at the end of six weeks? It's better than beating the doors."
Darcy Braun from Cape Girardeau:
"Thanks for posting Mike Smythe's ViewPoint regarding ways to reduce the spread of the flu...we don't do our part to reduce the spread of disease. When I make a purchase with my bank card I use the corner of the card to punch in my pin number. I would like to see similar suggestions from other viewers posted on the KFVS12.com website."
Linda Freeman from Oak Ridge, Missouri:
"(KFVS12's) Laura Wibbenmeyer (see photo) and cameraman Josh Russell came to the Oak Ridge Elementary School to do a story for ‘Making The Grade.' These two young people were a breath of fresh air. They were both professional and, at the same time, so warm and outgoing. The students loved them and the teachers were impressed with the way they brought out the best in the students."
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