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Letters

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    The Grant County Home Educators would like to thank the county for the opportunity to earn money by picking up trash.

    We don’t like it when people throw their trash out on the roads. They need to think about all the animals that are eating the plastic and other debris. This hurts them and when you litter, it makes our roads look nasty.

    We ask that you please wait until you get home and throw your trash in a garbage can.
    Agnes Barrett
    Mercedes Hardwick
    Shauna Hiles
    Destinee Isles

     

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    The majority opted for a congressional change in the past mid-term election, and how is that working for you, especially if you’re not working? Reading the recent comments of the Corinth writer, I recall those oft spoken words by John Kasich, the governor of Ohio, who was mentioned in their letter. “If we can,” seemed to be the extent of his vocabulary, but it was enough to shift the political leadership in Ohio.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Spears Foundation appreciates support

  • Republicans should axe tax loopholes

    I would like to address the budget and the lack of movement on the Republicans part on taking some of the loopholes away from the wealthy.

    During last year’s campaign for Ohio’s Governor’s seat, there was a TV commercial from his opponent that used a sound bite showing Kasich saying that bonuses, that no one needed to know about, could be used for his staff.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Grant County News gets ‘2 thumbs up’
    I believe your paper has become better in the last few months. The last two, I have really enjoyed.
    You are keeping up with the local government issues—the fair and all the pictures.
    But the community, the people stories are a real blessing. Robin Doyle, Rebecca Ailstock and this week, Hubert Lusby’s story. Dildine says “Sew” long to Quilt Box (I don’t know any of these, but enjoyed the articles).

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Mann appreciates GCHS Football Boosters
    I would like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteers who make up the Grant County Football Boosters. Because of their hard work the boosters supply 100 percent of the funding for the Grant County Middle School football program and over 80 percent for the Grant County High School football program.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Inmate program helped make fair success
    Without the help of several Class D inmates, this year’s fair could not have been the success that it was. A special thank you goes to Terry Peeples, Richard Clise and Steven Skinner for a job far beyond the call. Having them working side by side with us and the inmates made everyone more comfortable and the arrangement was certainly appreciated.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Ark not funded by government funds
    In regards to the proposed Ark Encounter, Sara Meric writes that it is “a blatant violations of the U.S. Constitution’s wall or separation between church and state.” First of all, this separation is not in the Constitution. It is a false construct introduced in 1947 by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and gone along with by a liberal U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has gone along with more than one atrocity, witness Dred Scot.

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  • Letters to the Editor 7-21-11

     

    ‘Dear leader’ in White House has little business experience

    During these hot summer days, the little people have their Kool-Aid and lemonade stands set up—making and selling and giving change.
    Already these young people, ages 6 to 10, have more business experience than the ‘dear leader’ in the White House.
    Von Hilliard
    Dry Ridge

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