The Athens VOICE

November 2013
Athens News;11/14/2013, p5
The article presents views of several readers of the journal on topics including Athens city politics, overpopulation and gift to county prosecutor. A reader mentions politics in Athens city as boring politics. Another reader believes that nature possesses the ability to control overpopulation. A reader also discusses on presenting a doll of Sheriff Patrick Kelly to Athens county prosecutor Keller Blackburn for Christmas.


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