Letters to editor
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On July 6, ICE announced that international students with valid student visas would be forced to leave the United States if their university moves its classes online due to the pandemic. I was … more
As you know — it’s tough, we are all fighting our own battles and each day brings new challenges. That is nothing new for Abilities Services Inc. Our priority, as always, is keeping … more
I compliment the Crawfordsville Street Department for the excellent work they do. Our streets are well prepared before the bad weather and they are well taken care of after a snow fall. John … more
I saw the article about county employees possibly being able to carry a firearm while at work and the question I have is why? Why would a county employee who isn’t a member of law enforcement … more

If you knew that you could take a medication that would prevent your getting the flu, wouldn’t you take it? What is the difference between a pill and a face mask? I don’t think there is, … more
As I watch police departments all across this country come under attack, it struck me as profoundly sad that there were so few willing to publicly stand up in support of those police men and women … more
It is my pleasure to endorse and support Jacob Bohlander for county councilman at large. It’s even more rewarding that he is a former student whom I have been able to watch grow and mature into … more
It is my privilege to endorse April Johnson for the position of county commissioner. Johnson is more than qualified for this position. She is a strong Christian. She is honest and she does not … more
We would like to urge Montgomery County voters to support Jake Bohlander for county council at large. We have known Jake and his family for many years and know they are a great asset to our … more

Eight current and former mentors with the Montgomery County Veterans’ Treatment Court released a letter announcing their support for Aaron Spolarich for Judge of Montgomery County Superior … more
As the U.S. is currently being devastated by COVID-19 deaths due in large part to the inept and farcical response of the Trump administration, run away global warming due in part to the obliteration … 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
The results of the recent primary election should serve as a wake up call to Montgomery County Commissioner John Frey. Every week for at least two months before the election, citizens’ … more
On June 9, (with heavy heart) I read in the Journal Review the 4-H Inc. decided to limit attendance to the county fair to only exhibitors and immediate family. For over the last 40 years, we have … more

The Boy Scouts of America provides the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training, which helps young people be “Prepared, For … more
As all of America watches our President address the nation on the current pandemic I was amused and concerned about his proposal to Congress to provide financial assistance to small business and … more
With the new virus to contend with, the eating facilities in Crawfordsville, need to be aware that their level of cleaning has been an issue for some time. Even when new buildings are replacing old … more
I would ordinarily wait until closer to Election Day to write this letter, but given that many of us are already voting by mail, now is the time. Also, given these difficult times, we are all seeing … more
E-learning at the early elementary grade level is new and unfamiliar for parents and teachers. I can’t speak for any other grades other than the Sommer Elementary first grade and teacher … more

I was glad to read Michael Fons Friday letter to the editor on President Donald Trump. I felt vindicated and resolute in wanting Trump removed from office or voted out in November, whichever comes … more
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