Letters to editor
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In spite of all the restrictions and social distancing taking place today, we must not lose sight of the fact that the world has not yet stopped turning. We will soon be voting on important national, … more
I want to praise Daniel Petrie for his work with the families of Montgomery County. I have known Petrie for most of his life, and I have always thought of him as a good person, and a good citizen. He … more
I want to say thank you to our local law enforcement, first responders, fire department, sheriff’s department, military, dispatch, medics and veterans for all that you have done for this … more
It was upsetting to read the letter to the editor published Sept. 16, in which the writer was questioning information about COVID-19. I assume the writer posed many of her questions to imply that the … more

When I decided not to seek another term on the Montgomery County Council because of changes and new demands with my business, I looked back on my term and felt good about the positive direction the … more
As fires continue to consume much of the West coast and blow deadly smoke over otherwise cloudless Indiana skies, it is time to consider just how quickly climate change is causing Indiana to suffer. … more
I returned to my home in Crawfordsville after a week away to find thieves had come on to my property and stolen two election signs, one for Biden/Harris and one for congressional candidate Joe … more
We would like to urge Montgomery County voters to support Jake Bohlander for County Council at Large. We have known Bohlander and his family for many years and know they are a great asset to our … more
It is astonishing to me that out world is being turned upside down by the salaries of professional athletes, not to mention the stance of our politicians and national leaders. Phillip Rivers threw 46 … more

What is COVID-19? There are so many things surrounding it that should make us go, hmmm. For instance: Why did the CDC knowingly distribute tainted test kits? Why did China send us tainted test … more
I am happy to support Summer Kiefer Ervin in her campaign for Montgomery County Council. She is a 1995 graduate for North Montgomery High School, earned a bachelor’s degree in health science … more
“Unprecedented” is word of the month for August 2020. It has been applied to the record-breaking heatwaves and fires ravaging California, the twin tropical storms threatening to strike … more
Raymond B. Williams’ Aug. 23 opinion piece linking immigration with the Statue of Liberty is disingenuous. The statue’s official name is “Liberty Enlightening the World,” not … more
Holding the Covered Bridge Festival with all the virus going around would be insane! Let’s wait till next year. And be safe and healthy. Allan Bates Kingman more

As the yellow buses once again grace our roads and streets, carrying that most precious of cargo back to our school buildings, I want to pause and say a giant thank you to our teachers. Unless we are … more
A recent letter to the editor by Robert McRoberts is appropriately titled; “Reader does not like masks.” Because that is all his letter proves. He simply doesn’t like them. He … more
I know a lot of people who actually have to work hard for a living in these factories where if its 85 degrees or 90 degrees or hotter are having trouble breathing. I can’t imagine. I worked in … more
Our country was founded in 1776 and John Lewis is the first African-American to have the honor to lie in state in our country. If this does not destroy the false statement of no racial … more
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