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Bill Long

During the Bean Station Utility District’s November meeting, a decision was made to require customers who have a complaint about their water bills to be present at board meetings for the board to take action. Readers can find the article discussing the event on page GT1.

What would you do if someone came to your door and said you were needed to commit the next several years of your life for your country? What if they said you would be tasked with tromping over unfamiliar territory in a country thousands of miles away while trying to avoid detection by enemy …