Letters to the Editor for Aug. 30, 2017

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 Drennon Creek isn’t the only one that’s dying

I am grateful to Earl Holmes Jr. for his letter in the “Local” of Aug. 16. It is a fact that nearly all of our streams are now polluted with toxic chemicals or in other ways degraded.

To Earl Jr.’s testimony about the dying of Drennon Creek, I will add that the native black willows no longer grow along the low-water line of the Kentucky River, and it has been a long time since I have seen a muskrat. 

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