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Letters to the Editor

Responds to recent letter to the editor

To the editor: The writer of a March 6 letter to the editor wrote that President Biden decided to remove Dr. Seuss books and referred to him as a dictator. This is misinformation. This decision was made by Dr. Seuss Enterprises last year before President Biden even took office. To refer to ...

Not a fan of DeWine’s handling of virus

To the editor: Ohio Governor Dewine has told us to avoid large gatherings, avoid eating with others outside your household and wear a mask. Like good brainwashed Chinese soldiers, we put on our masks that if not handmade are made in China. While politicians like DeWine says to follow the ...

Removal of books should be a wake-up call

To the editor: I watch the news this morning and see that President Biden has decided to remove Dr. Seuss books. There are six books that will not be published. This is dictatorship, as far as I am concerned. I do not think the president should have the right to do this. It is overstepping his ...

Ohio should promote not discourage use of electric vehicles

To the editor: “Voltage Valley”? Currently, electric vehicle (EV) registration fees are the resistance. Starting in 2020, Ohio started charging a disproportional and, frankly, unfair additional licensing fee for hybrid and electric vehicles of $100 and $200, respectively. For our two ...

In support of Quaker City, Norwalk race tracks

To the editor: Quaker City and Norwalk race track have been great family tracks for my family to get out on the weekends to enjoy. The racers often represent locals and is a way to get together and enjoy community together. I write to request that Congress create a grant program to support ...

Disappointed with recent Crestview article

To the editor: I was disappointed to read the (Feb. 12) article about Crestview Local Schools, and how COVID19 has been handled in regard to classes. Crestview is where I graduated from, and you won’t find more caring or compassionate staff. My husband has cancer and is immune compromised ...

In support of the right to organize

To the editor: Nearly 60 million people say they would join a union today if they could. The problem? Union-busters, Big Business and woefully outdated laws continue to undermine the right to collectively bargain. Just take “right to work” laws, for example. Across the country, ...

Responds to syndicated columnist

To the editor: In response to Leonard Pitts’  Feb. 10 editorial,  let me say….“Good” is EXACTLY what it is……. I don’t always get a chance to read the opinion page of our daily paper, but since I was feeling under the weather, I decided to indulge myself. I read Leonard ...

A public thank you for helping his father

To the editor: Alzheimer’s is an awful disease. To witness a loved one travel this path is a deep hurtful pain I wish on no one. In the advance stages, like my father’s, they crave routines. With great anticipation they look forward to the mailman delivering mail and, yes, garbage ...

Thoughts from former Board of Elections administrator

To the editor: As a retired elections administrator for the Columbiana County Board of Elections this is a communique that I thought I would never consider to write with reference to the non-stop nonsense of how fraud and ballot tampering occurred nationwide in the last election. The false ...