A look at what readers have been talking about and commenting on The Register's Facebook page.

When we published a story recently about Josh Hicks running for 6th District Congressional seat, commenters had a lot to say. Here are some of your comments:

Toni Alexander McHugh: We already have someone who cares about ordinary people.

Ross Hines: What is it with all the Marine Veterans that want to run for office around here?? I'm going to guess the Army Veterans are too busy or too smart to get involved with the political BS!!

Joanna Thomas Ray: You have my vote! Please throw old Candy Barr out of office, and not in a "nice" way! Do what wimpy Amy McGrath didn't have the backbone to do...show his record! That's all it will take to show the voters what a fraud ole Candy Barr is!

Lesha Gay McIntosh: Is there actually a new face to my D party? Best of luck Sir and thank you for your service to our country. I'm a Blue Star mom!

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Commenters also had much to say on a story about three 100-year-old ladies:

Kathryn Tierney Maynard: Charlotte was a great friend to my mom, Sammie Tierney. Wonderful lady

Dawn Reynolds Farmer: These three ladies are an absolute delight to be around!

Terry Beddow: Something to aspire to

Jennell Edwards: God is good

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Commenters also had a lot to say on a story about Mary Harter earning a scholarship:

Donna Davis Baker: So proud of Mary and happy for her.

Nancy Daniel: Little Mary, all grown up, so cute as a "little ",so beautiful now and SMART!!! Lookout California!!!

David Coleman: Proud of you Mary Harter!

Sangs Priya: Awesome Mary! Hearty Congratulations! God's best to you!!

Pam Lawrenz: Congratulations Mary and family! What a unique person our Mary is. So much talent and agreeable can do attitude takes you far! Wishes for continued success!

Public comments can be made on The Register's Facebook page. Also, readers can submit letters to the editor via email at editor@richmondregister.com; via mail to 380 Big Hill Ave., Richmond, KY 40475; or via online form at richmondregister.com/ opinion/. However, letters cannot be more than 300 words and must provide essential information (Full name, street address and phone for verification).

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