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Tougher treatment for unlicensed drivers needed

In the Tuesday November 27 edition of the Bluffton News Banner, the Police Notebook reported: A gentleman was pulled over by a sheriff’s deputy for...

A grateful sister says ‘Thanks’

I want to thank Alan Daugherty and Mark Miller for their time, effort and remarkable perception in the Memorial Day articles in the March...

Mayor’s north side proposal exciting

Thank you Mayor Ellis and Bluffton City Council in presenting a plan to increase availability and capacity of the sewerage system north of the...

Enjoy your new seat, Gerald

Norwell High School football was truly blessed with the presence of six gentlemen in the 1980s and ‘90s: Gary Scott, Jim Cobble, Bob Gilbert,...

Santa’s mailbox returns

Santa’s mailbox is up in my front yard at 122 W. Wiley St., waiting for your letters to Santa. Please try to get your letters...

We cannot disregard God’s word

Compromise. An interesting word. One that may bring good feeling or uneasiness. It should be clear that compromising right living is evil, whereas compromising...

Seeking more respectful health care

The mistaken perspectives of Dr. Marilyn Singleton (Guest Column, Sept 25) require a response. She decries the palliative care and hospice-supporting bills making their way...

Letters to the Editor: Educators demand action on guns, student safety

In the wake of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 people dead, student survivors organized a group called...

What’s on students’ minds?

Kristen Ross gave her U.S. Government class at Norwell High School an assignment for the semester: Identify an issue that is impacting people on...

Happy retirement, Paul

Wells County sports fans lost a treasure when Paul Beitler retired as News-Banner ...