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Letters to the Editor

Suggests trying the Forward Party

To the editor: When did we start believing that the two major political parties— vehicles designed to hoard power — get to dictate our values? Weren’t values supposed to be determined by our local communities, through culture, civics, and spiritual life? Not surprisingly, the political ...

Fond moments of the EL All-Class Reunion

To the editor: Our company has all gone home. The house is quiet now, but it’s great to remember what a wonderful time we enjoyed during the EL All-Class Reunion. Jeannie Casto Dunlevy, my first grade friend from Glenmoor in 1937, returned from Fredrick, Maryland, as did Francis Bentz from ...

Thanks from the mayor of Salem

To the editor: As Mayor of the City of Salem, I want to thank the following citizens and organizations for their generous support and sponsorship, and for once again making this year’s fireworks display possible. It is important to remember that no tax dollars are spent to purchase ...

Shout out to rally organizer

To the editor: I’m writing to give a shout out to 17- year- old Lena Rohr, East Liverpool, for organizing a great Pro Choice Rally July 10 in Lisbon. I’m also writing to set straight the number of people who attended the event as reported by local news stations. There were about 200 ...

Support for all of the hard-working nurses

To the editor: The U.S. health care system is largely dependent on the support of travel nurses to survive. Whether it comes to hospitals, clinics, or other care facilities, travel nurses help maintain the health and safety of patients and facilities by adding a much-needed layer of support. ...

Please say yes to officiating

To the editor: Imagine this... it’s the Friday after Labor Day and you want to go to the local high school football game, or it’s the second week of April and you want to watch high school baseball games. Guess what? There are no games. Why? There are no officials for the games. At the ...

Politically selective land of law and order?

To the editor: SCOFFLAW —The definition of Scofflaw is simply, “scoffing at the law.” If you haven’t heard of the word, you’re excused. The city of New York is credited with the creation of the word identifying those who violated the law with impunity. Cars parked illegally wore ...

Franklin against Kensington Solar

To the editor: Well over 100 community members from the Summitville and Franklin Township area showed up for an informational meeting at the St. John’s Church Hall in Summitville held by the newly-organized FAKS-PAC, which stands for Franklin Against Kensington Solar Political Action ...

Strengthening buy America in Ohio

To the editor: America’s Great Lakes states are known for manufacturing. Mighty Ohio manufactures steel to electronic chips. 84.65 percent of Ohio’s manufacturers have under 100 employees, but equal 42.3 percent of Ohio’s manufacturing workforce, according to SBA’s Office of Advocacy. ...

A big thank you to John Bobalik

To the editor: I am not in the practice of writing a “Dear John” letter but here is one that is very appreciative. The Columbiana County summer baseball program wrapped up, if not successful in terms of wins and losses for individual teams, certainly successful in terms of having many ...