Letters to the Editor
Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District (BHMSD) has incredible momentum because of great students, parents, teachers, administrators, and support staff that work together to make us “Schools of Excellence”...
A petition drive will start to see if the Harrison Twp. voters and property owners want to allow the expansion of the grade school from Aug. 15 to Sept. 15.
This letter is in response to Dave Schultz’s commentary of June 30, 2014.
In 1962, a serious mistake was made. Congress kicked God of school. They did that because an atheist was insulted that we took time out of school to pray. So we put God in a trunk.
When I read the front page of the Saturday, June 28 Bluffton News-Banner, I started to cry, especially for my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
It’s hard to believe that some idiot with a brain the size of a flea, had the nerve to walk into our gated back yard to steal our gazing balls from their stands and a little statue off the porch! What is this world...
A couple years back, the Bluffton-Harrison School District just had to have a new artificial turf football field and a garage for working on buses.
Stop littering our park
May is Mental Health Month
I live on County Road 700N just east of Ind. 1.
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.