Letters to editor
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I heartily endorse and solicit your vote for Daniel Petrie as Judge of Montgomery Superior Court II. Petrie originates from Montgomery County, and is familiar with its residents, history and … more
As former members of the North Montgomery Community School Board of Trustees, with 50-plus years of combined service, we heartily endorse Darrin Bechtel to the North Montgomery School Board. He is an … more
I would like to take this opportunity to detail why I endorse John Frey for Montgomery County Commissioner. I have worked on a regular basis with Frey on the Montgomery County Redevelopment … more
Voting for a local judge means making a choice. You have a choice and a chance to pick the best qualified candidate for office regardless of party in the general election on Nov. 3. Elections for … more

Thank you to all who contributed to the Support Local Law Enforcement signs. The response was tremendous. I have been blown away by your eagerness to show our officers how much they are appreciated. … more
I will be voting for Donald Rainwater for governor because he is an honest man. He is for freedom. Rainwater wants Indiana citizen to be able to decide what is best for themselves. He will give us … more
In a recent letter to the editor, Brian Evans claims that “If you’re a Christian, you cannot vote Democrat.” I puzzled over this statement for a while, and reached the conclusion … more
I have shared an office with Christopher Redmaster for the last seven years. Redmaster’s 30 years of practice compared to his opponent’s 10 years, and his enjoying grandparent-hood (after … more
I am writing this letter as a police officer who lives and serves in Montgomery County and am asking for your support of Christopher Redmaster for Judge of Superior Court 2. I have been serving for … more

I write in response to Brian Evan’s letter to the editor claiming you cannot be a Christian and vote Democrat. He will be astounded to learn that you absolutely can. Here are two easy steps. … more
Our way of life is in peril. Based on public statements, videos, writings and published policy documents, here is an outline of some of Vice President Joseph Biden’s future actions if … more
Our family believes that you should not keep all that you have been blessed with. If given to you, pass it on. Take care of yourself, your family and your community. No other person we know holds … more
These times call for Christians to think with their heads instead of their emotions and to discern what is really at stake. I’ll make the bold statement that: If you’re a Christian, … more
I write to enthusiastically offer my support to Chris Redmaster for Superior Court 2 Judge. He is running as an independent this year after serving the Montgomery County community for decades as a … more

I would like to express my sincere thanks to the Trump supporters who recently stole most of the “Biden for President” signs in Crawfordsville, including one from my front yard. This … more
I just read the article in the Journal Review that the city was committing to $1.5 million to a new hotel in downtown Crawfordsville. I understand the idea of incentivizing the refurbishing of a … more
I have been involved in local politics in Montgomery County for some time. Rarely have I seen an elected official like John Frey. Too often I see politicians who pander for votes and are afraid to … more
As voting begins I encourage you to vote for Summer Ervin for Montgomery County Council. I’ve known Ervin for several years. We’ve worked on various community projects, and I’ve … more
I am writing to encourage you to vote for Daniel Petrie for Judge of Montgomery County Superior Court. I believe Petrie is well qualified for this position. I am so pleased that he chose to come … more

The 2020 election is upon us, and on the national scene, there are shenanigans aplenty. It’s easy to get fired up about the power brokering in Washington, but in the end, it’s the … more
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