Letters to the Editor
For no apparent reason I was woke up this morning from my day sleeping habit again.
April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month, but we all can support families and protect children all year round!
We are proud that Tamara Dunmoyer has been our doctor for several years and has taken our medical needs very seriously.
One of the cornerstones of our democracy is the right to vote in free and fair elections.
Over the past 14 years our country and countless military families have suffered through war.
As with anyone who reads the paper, we constantly see where the NS Railroad is being fined for blocking the 700 N crossing.
The Wells County Prom Dress Exchange has successfully completed its fifth year. Our mission is to make prom affordable for students in Wells County.
As this is “Random Acts of Kindness Week” I felt compelled to write about an act of kindness bestowed on my mother and I.
Re: gas line break on January 30.
The Huntington Herald Press has, for some time, published a citizen’s poll on wind turbines. If you haven’t participated, it may be helpful if you have more information on the subject.
Two ways of governing! The old way and the new way!
The comment was made that the American Legion should do more for the veterans that were exposed to Agent Orange. [Dec. 17, 2013 News-Banner]
Before any person finds it necessary to criticize an individual or organization, they should first know something about them.
There was/is a projected 2014 Indiana state budget shortfall of $141 million due to low state revenue.
The other day, I received a questionaire from (State Rep.) Matt Lehman. There were nine questions on it. Two of them caught my eye.
This letter is in response to a recently published letter to the editor from Kevin McDonald, Petroleum. I must say up front my wife was employed for 24 years in our prosecutors office so if my opinion seems weighted...
In the December 17 News-Banner article entitled, “A Controversy Renewed,”
RE: Article “Theft of video 16 years ago nets man probation”
Monday, the Garrett American Legion hosted a presentation about Agent Orange to Vietnam veterans and their families.
State Board of Education members, including Superintendent Glenda Ritz, participated last week in a strategic planning meeting and an orientation session led by national consultants.