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This week our social media question returned on the Taylor Press Facebook page after a holiday hiatus. The question is about the new gateway sign. We expected some “strong” responses to the question, but the answers kind of went down a rabbit hole – better yet an excavator hole.

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When something tragic happens and it receives national headlines, people always say, “That won’t ever happen here.”

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2019 is almost over, and the time is here.

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A few weeks ago, I had a meeting with an elected official, and he said, “I love the Taylor Press. You guys are like the new [Austin American] Statesman.”

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Last year, I wrote a column about Taylor possibly becoming a holiday destination. With the addition of the 30-foot Christmas tree, this is the city’s opportunity to make it happen.

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Last Saturday morning, I, along with about seven other people, attended the Dr. Dickey Day parade. Similar to previous years, the parade only had a few entries and there was not a large amount of people there to watch.

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Recently, I saw a social media post (I should probably stay off of there because it drives me nuts) about crime that happens in Taylor. According to some of the comments, the newspaper isn’t paying enough attention to crime because these crimes have not been reported.

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Recently, the NCAA made it possible for student athletes to benefit financially from the use of their name, image or likeness. Professional athletes are supporting the idea and saying it is a step in the right direction.

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Let me start by saying, Election Day is Tuesday, so go vote. Don’t complain about anything if you don’t vote.

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It’s the end of October, so it’s time for the Main Street Car Show and the Haunted Taylor Tour. Unfortunately, I have never been on the tour, but I understand there are some pretty unique stories about ghosts and haunted places in Taylor.

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On Wednesday, there was a town hall meeting about Proposition 8, which has to do with flood mitigation. State Representatives James Talarico and Dade Phelan led the event. It was bi-partisan and was strictly informational.

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