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Letters

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Don’t live like pigs
    To some of the residents of Grant County: I am sorry that your mother didn’t teach you any better; but you still don’t have to live like a pig. Please don’t throw trash out of the window of your car.
    John Phillips
    Williamstown

    Owen Electric should consider elderly

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Coulson offers heartfelt thanks
    Since drawing the winning key on July 11, 2009, which started the car at Grant County Drugs, I have been trying to write this letter. I just couldn’t seem to find the words. Now, I have so many people to thank—I hope the Grant County News will give me the opportunity.

    First, I would like to thank my daughter, Angel Coulson and my husband, Eddie for entering my name. I was 66-years-old this year, this is the first time I have had a car in my name. Thank you.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Ark park violates U.S. Constitution
    I hope you folks in beautiful Grant County have better things to do with your money than fight a lengthy legal battle up through the courts by several First Amendment groups opposing government money for the proposed ark park. This is such a blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution’s wall of separation between church and state that many are surprised to see that government funding was even solicited.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Simple questions may have ‘painful answers’

    The questions below are apolitical and have absolutely nothing to do with either the Democratic or Republican parties. It is about America (land that we love) and her present leader.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Simple questions may have ‘painful answers’
    The questions below are apolitical and have absolutely nothing to do with either the Democratic or Republican parties. It is about America (land that we love) and her present leader.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    What is right Iraq policy?
    “Pull out of Iraq,” is one aspiring politician’s sentiment that is shared by many Americans who have begun to weigh success against the time and effort, the lives and hundreds of billions of dollars that we continue to invest in our “Humpty Dumpty.” Can we put it back together again, or should we cut our losses and move on?

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Grant County comes together for Relay For Life
    As I was sitting on the couch Saturday night, May 21, my mind went over all of the events that went on during the 2011 Grant County Relay For Life. It was such an overwhelming feeling to see our community come together the way it did.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Stop ‘big oil’ tax give-aways

    Check the price at the pumps when you go through Dry Ridge; it should be heading down, said my husband on Friday, May 13. When I phoned home, the news was that the price had increased from $3.99 to $4.15—and it was all the local stations. Just stunning!

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    Elderly, low income saved thousands on tax prep

    I want to thank the community for the support it provided to the AARP Taxaide effort.

    We were able to assist over 140 clients prepare their tax returns or answer their tax questions. This adds up to over $28,000 in savings for these elderly and mid to low income individuals whose budgets would be greatly affected by paying a paid preparer.

  • Groups learn lessons from litter

    Grant Countians should use free disposal
    On Nov. 6, 2010, the GCHS Boys and Girls Soccer Teams and the GCMS soccer teams took part in a roadside litter pickup sponsored by the Grant County Solid Waste Board. We cleaned up over 30 miles of road including, Grassy Run Road and Lusby Mill Road.