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Letters to the Editor
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As I See It
Monday, May 01, 2017
Show respect for law enforcement
To the editor: The Jay County Optimist Clubs are honoring all the police officers who work in Jay County.
Clean up to show community pride
In the old Soviet Union, it was called “subbotnik.”
JCH is grateful for volunteers
To the editor: National Volunteer Week (April 23 through 29) is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in their communities and around the world.
Letters provide historical context
Of the hundreds of Jay County veterans who served during The Great War, many reminders of their experiences during the war have been lost to time.
School closures lead to problems
To the editor: Seven hundred of the 4,000 school-age students in Jay County are not enrolled in Jay Schools.
Whing-Ding was corny but still fun
“Ever heard of the Whing-Ding?” I asked in the newsroom last week.
Drive safely and keep town clean
To the editor: Redkey Town Council would like to remind all residents that the sewer separation project is underway.
Whitenack helped the ill, wounded
Hundreds of Jay County residents served in the armed forces during World War I.
Promen-Aid offers chance to help
Here’s a chance to help someone you may never meet. And a chance to feel a little bit better about yourself.
Environment needs our care
To the editor: Earth Day is Saturday. Nature is amazing.
Volunteering taught great lessons
It was Christmas vacation, and I was looking forward to a break from college. It would be good to get home and hang out with friends and just goof off.
Bill deserves Holcomb’s veto
To the editor: The Indiana Legislature has just done a very bad thing in passing House Bill 1523, a bill that would allow government agencies to charge people $20 hour to process public records requests.
Tenacity, teamwork are necessary
Help is available.
Ayers died at end of war
“I’m sorry to say, he gave his life along with others. I have been lost without him ever since … He was as fine a fellow as there is. I guess that is the way the Lord intended him to die,” wrote Emmal Tam, friend and bunk mate to Robert Guy Ayers, an army private from Jay County who was killed in France during WWI.
City should not forget pedestrians
To the editor: The City of Portland has made many efforts to revitalize downtown Portland.
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