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Miss Victoria grateful for helicopter revelation from CJE, Senator

She and neighbor Pat Bennett had contemplated whether they were under attack when the copters rattled over Greater Bliss. Thinks those in charge should let us know ahead of time to expect training exercises.
Commentary re: Comments re article 83793 CJE Mike Stephens Sen Wise unravel mystery of helicopters
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By Victoria Pike
News from Greater Bliss/New Columbia

Thank you Judge Stephens and Sen. Wise for getting to the bottom of that mystery.

I messaged Adair County Emergency Management but they weren't sure, either, what was going on.

It sure would be nice if the right hand would tell the left hand what is going on before they fly in over folks houses shaking the windows.

Next time I suggest they let emergency management know so they can post it on their website.

I was in the middle of a nice hot bath when my neighbor Pat Bennett and I were contemplating whether we were under attack. Couldn't just run out and look or that might have caused another call to 911 of a woman in her birthday suit standing on her porch looking to the sky.

That would have likely been mental inquest number two for the week.

The first being Missy the calf riding in the front seat looking out the window of the little farm truck as we sat at the stoplight to turn home. - Victoria pike

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