Category Archives: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

WWII Vet wife’s letter needs to find its way home…

Written on January 18, 2017 at 11:28 am, by

WWII Vet wife’s letter needs to find its way home… April 27, 1945 Mrs. Vernon Priche; (could be misspelled due to original letter hand written); wrote a letter requesting information about how her husband was wounded, treated and died. He was a soldier in Europe, and a friend of my deceased father, Donald Minster. I […]

Climate Solutions Caucus

Written on January 10, 2017 at 10:04 am, by

Dear Editor, I am appreciative of your inclusion of the article entitled “Unity College Joins Letter on Climate Action” in the January 5, 2017 issue of this newspaper.  The article highlighted a letter signed by 170 leaders of institutions of higher education urging President-elect Trump and members of Congress to continue US participation in the […]

Patriotism

Written on January 10, 2017 at 10:01 am, by

As a concerned American citizen it troubles me to see the decline in patriotism and I believe an anti-American sentiment across the nation over the past several years. Our country seems divided in the likes we have not seen in decades, a war on law enforcement declared in unprecedented numbers as police officers are being […]

Look Forward to 2017

Written on January 10, 2017 at 9:13 am, by

By Dr. Glenn Mollette I hope 2017 can be a good year for you. Whatever you can do to assist with the success of your year will be very helpful. A local businessman remarked recently, “The harder I work, the luckier I get.” All of us are recipients of some bad luck throughout life. Often […]

Buyer’s Remorse Yet?

Written on December 27, 2016 at 12:08 pm, by

While I try to restrict most of my internet reading to major trusted sources with real life brick-and-mortar headquarters, such as PBS and such, occasionally I do run across items I consider worth sharing with others, including your paper. What follows comes under ‘Author Unknown’, but it represents many liberals’ views as well as my […]

Pipeline Concerns

Written on November 1, 2016 at 3:41 pm, by

To the Editor: I teach science to a group of homeschooled kids in grades one through four. Last week, as part of a lesson on food webs, I asked them to think of an issue they cared about and to write persuasive letters that argued their point. The children chose to write their letters to […]

Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans

Written on September 13, 2016 at 8:11 pm, by

I am writing today to inform the public in regards to Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. There are many adults that have Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans, but I am going to let you know that they are not the same. Medicare is the traditional program that is directly administered through the federal government. Medicare […]

Mean and Meandering Meanings

Written on August 2, 2016 at 5:42 pm, by

I shed a tear in my beer the other day, when I thought about how misunderstood the lowly liberal is here in America.  And so the story goes… Recently, a friend of mine, who goes by the name of Mr. Ron Alexander, wrote a pretty good letter to the editor.  I thought it was a […]

What America needs is a good Irish nun to stand up to bully Donald Trump

Written on July 26, 2016 at 7:27 pm, by

A dear friend of mine, Irish writer Dermot McEvoy, recently wrote an article first published in Irish Central which I consider one of the best ever on the subjects of anti-bullying and Donald Trump.  It’s a two-fer! Dermot was born in Ireland and moved with his family to the US at the age of four. […]

What a “liberal” is.

Written on July 26, 2016 at 6:15 pm, by

In July 21’s Democrat Ron Alexander, bless his heart, seems to have no idea of what a “liberal” is. A liberal may be a Republican, Democrat, Green Party or any just plain citizen. The word liberal is not a dirty word and in fact it probably is most appropriate to describe a good Christian man […]