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Letters to editor
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The events of the past year show that climate change is already impacting the world in devastating ways. California’s last forest fire season was the worst on record. Spring flooding in the … more
As your readers no doubt know, Montgomery County has 15 swine Confined Animal Feeding Operations. In response to some serious public health and environmental concerns from Montgomery County citizens, … more
Attend, listen and question at forumI’m directing this letter to all eligible voters in the City of Crawfordsville.I would like to strongly urge all of you to attend the upcoming candidates’ … more
It was interesting to see the voting results of eighth grade students on three issues sponsored by the League of Women Voters as reported in the Oct. 11 issue of the Journal Review. If a similar … more

October is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome awareness month. Although there is no exact cause, there are many known methods to help reduce the risk of SIDS. According to the Centers for Disease Control … more
Governor Eric Holcomb’s “Gateway to Work” program puts thousands of Hoosiers at risk of losing their health insurance. People are fighting back, through lawsuits and demonstrations. … more
Reader corrected, but still worried about safetyI recently wrote a letter to the editor about my concern for bicyclists on C.R. 150 between U.S. 231 and Ladoga Road. I have been educated by a friend … more
On Sept. 30 the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office announced that it will no longer prosecute simple marijuana possession. Citing the disproportionate impact of marijuana enforcement on people … more
We must overcome the politicizing of climate changeDale Hughes’ Sept. 25 opinion letter raised an important issue — teaching critical thinking and analytical skills in schools. The world would … more

Belief and opinion are not science “The emperor has no clothes.” It’s a funny expression. It’s used to mean that someone’s argument is unsupported, obviously wrong, or that they are caught … more
More analytical thinking needed in schoolsI recently read the opinion letter of Brock Ervin (Sept. 20). Several times as a matter of fact. The only idea I could grasp from it, is that everyone should … more
I am really concerned about the section of road on C.R. 150 from U.S. 231 to Ladoga Road. I believe it has become a dangerous situation with the number of bicycles and or runners on that section of … more
Montgomery County has drafted a thoroughfare plan. Two new roads are being planned in northern Montgomery County that would divide our family farm into four pieces — C.R. 100E (Concord Road) … more
Public health should remain top priority As your readers no doubt know, Montgomery County has 15 swine Confined Animal Feeding Operations. In response to some serious public health and environmental … more

Concerned reader calls for CAFO moratorium I am a deeply concerned about this county’s lack of action regarding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation.Montgomery County currently has no zoning … more
Concerned reader calls for CAFO moratorium I am a deeply concerned about this county’s lack of action regarding Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation.Montgomery County currently has no zoning … more
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