Letters To The Editor – Oct. 25, 2012
With my last letter concerning the injustice of gas prices in Water Valley, compared to Batesville primarily, but also Oxford to some lesser extent.
I had decided to give up complaining. However, after several phone calls pointing out that Batesville prices are $3.209 at Walmart, $3.229 at Exxon, $3.259 at BP and Water Valley was the same old 30 cent average higher: Shell $3.559, Rascals and Sprint Mart, $3.529, and others at similar prices, I just had to report the differences one more time.
Thirty cents and more is just too outrageous to not point out to the local public. Being exposed apparently makes no difference to the dealers, but the public at least has the right to know.
An open letter to Vallians:
Thank you Water Valley for making the 2012 Walk for Multiple Sclerosis a success. Special thanks to the many individuals who contributed time, money, and door prizes for this worthy cause.
Specifically we would like to recognize Black and Associates, BTC Grocery, Mr. Arnold Wayne Carothers, Citgo, Corner-stone Rehabilitation, The Family Hairloom, First United Methodist Church Youth Group, Trent and Shelley Howell, Main Attraction, Main Street Association, Mechanics Bank, Andi Epes with State Farm, Sartain’s True Value, Tena Stone with Mary Kay, Seven Oaks Funeral Home, State Representative Tom-my Reynolds, Turnage Drug Store, The Velvet Glove, Cinnamon and Mari Foster of Yalobusha Medical Clinic, Rebel Electric, Renasant Bank, Mid Town Auto Parts, and Dr. and Mrs. Barry Weeks.