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Letters to the Editor
Back in the Saddle
Off and Running
The Rest is History
As I See It
Monday, January 23, 2017
Legion needs your support
To the editor:
Portland’s American Legion Post 211 is beginning the new year financially stable.
All loans and bills are paid, and there is a positive bank balance in both accounts.
Donors were put ahead of voters
A hot topic in national politics lately has been the ever-rising cost of prescription drugs.
Football team is on the right track
To the editor: As a former resident of Jay County, and an alumnus of Jay County High School, I felt the need to respond to the outrageous letter to the editor that was in the paper targeting JCHS athletic coaches, but mostly the Jay County football program.
First Day hike offers a clean start
Nearly three weeks later, the hike still resonates.
Portland lost a true friend
To the editor: Portland buried one of its greatest fans Friday.
Thanks for helping neighbors
To the editor: I just wanted to say a public thank you to a very special resident of Golden Age Village on Sesame St.
Government came through for JC
It’s easy to get cynical about government, particularly when dealing with the state or federal level.
Help needed for new roof
To the editor: It is well known in our local community that the Bryant Area Community Center building needs a new roof.
Nuclear energy can be the answer
Up to this point, the 21st century as been marked by sweeping innovations and rapid change.
JCHS is lacking the right coaches
To the editor: Forty-one years ago last August my wife slipped over to the new Jay County High School on her lunch break to purchase super tickets to all athletic contests to be held there.
Veggies have been in short supply
“Where are you eating?” someone asked the other day.
Keep referenda out of our state
Indiana’s lawmakers have barely gotten their seats warm in Indianapolis, but already at least one dumb idea has surfaced.
Legalization brings benefits
To the editor: Sen. Karen Tallian introduced SB 255, a bill legalizing medical marijuana, to the general assembly this year.
Year was worse than we realized
The year 1968 seems a long time ago.
Time in Jay County was a blessing
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