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Anonymous writer catches Magistrate Terry Hadley in good deed

Anonymous writes:
If anyone was wondering who picked up trash in ditches around the radio station WAIN yesterday, on Hwy 206 and proceeded on up the road some, it was our magistrate. Terry Hadley can be thanked. He was out all by himself. Please help him keep it clean by not throwing out your trash .Thank you, Terry. - Anonymous
Thanks, Anonymous - We appreciate your catching this Random Act of Stewardship. Pretty soon, tourist season - more important than ever to the Adair County economy, will be in full swing. Hope others will emulate Magistrate Hadley (District 7), and follow your suggestion, which would take care of the problem in the first place. - EW



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