Letters to editor
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Regarding the column by Raymond Williams published June 25 on the Viewpoints page: I am writing to thank Professor Williams for the beautiful and thought provoking column, “Them that has … more
How about Humility Month? We have days/months for many celebrations, so why not one for humility? Why don’t we celebrate being humble or having humility? Many years ago, when the … more
My five grandchildren are students in Crawfordsville and participate in sports, music and theatre. I am writing to express my dismay and disappointment in the Crawfordsville school system for their … more
With Memorial Day approaching I am thinking about our veterans. I recently finished watching a powerful streaming show called Masters of the Air. During each episode young American pilots and crews … more

I’ve crunched the preliminary numbers and they saddened me. Montgomery County on May 7 saw its lowest voter turnout for a presidential primary in at least 32 years. I’m not naive to … more
Several years ago (1964) there was a popular TV show called Slattery’s People. It was about a small town legislature played by Richard Crenna. My how have politics changed? Where have all the … more
I would like to say that I don’t feel that the Journal Review is the proper platform for endorsing any political candidate, unless it is a paid advertisement. The letter published regarding the … more
First Baptist Church of Crawfordsville appreciates our law enforcement officers. In a way to show our appreciation we would like to invite all law enforcement officers who serve in Montgomery County … more
This letter is to the voters of Montgomery County. I fully endorse Leah Craft-Denbo for Montgomery County Clerk in this upcoming election. I have been involved with local government and elections … more

In response to the recent letter from David and Sheridan Hadley regarding the Montgomery County Boys & Girls Club hosting the Friends of NRA charity function, it’s important to clarify what … more
I read the column by the League of Women Voter’s article about methane. As usual, the humble bovine receives an undue share of the blame. As a small ruminant veterinarian and former animal … more
Reading the recent article in the Journal Review we were very disappointed, angry, and frankly dismayed that the Montgomery County Boys & Girls Club allowed the Crawfordsville National Rifle … more
Congratulations to the Purdue University Men’s Basketball team and Coach Matt Painter on their fabulous season culminating in their run to second place nationally in the 2024 NCAA Tournament. … more
The front page story by the Indiana Capital Chronicle published April 17 in the Journal Review stated that Governor Eric Holcomb had invested $10 million for volunteer firefighters in Indiana. … more

I was glad to see Mike Warren file for the at large seat for Montgomery County Council.   Without hesitation, I endorse Mike to the county council. I have had the privilege of knowing the Warren … more
I work for a business downtown on Main Street in Crawfordsville. We often have parking issues. At times the police have been called to lend us a hand and they have been great at doing so. The rules … more
Cherry blossom season is around the corner in the nation’s capital. As lawmakers take in the blooms, I encourage them, and particularly the 352 House members who voted for the TikTok bill … more
I want to comment on the recent story by Bob Cox entitled, “Local man shares his cancer journey” that appeared in the Feb. 15 edition of the Journal Review. First of all, it’s … more
If “the bottom line is we have to make the roads safer,” then the county highway needs to put loads of stone down on C.R. 350S coming into Alamo. Sliding through all the mud is … more

I am writing in response to the Faith column in last week’s JR (Jan. 20-21) entitled “Why did some people want to arrest Jesus.” I am Jewish, but am interested in all religions, so … more
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