Letters to editor
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Two years after I visited Crawfordsville for the first time upon my family’s invitation to celebrate Thanksgiving with them, I am back in town. I first thought that the city had not changed … more
Since the attack on Israel by Hamas on Oct. 7, we have seen several pro-Palestinian protests and have watched as Jewish citizens, as well as those who support Israel, facing discrimination, hate and … more
In the spring of 2012 I was working at Wabash College as an assistant football coach and director of student activities. Student activities was funded by the Student Senate and we scheduled national … more
I am writing in regards to the opinion column written by Dr. Richard Elghammer. I am currently an addiction counselor with a background of working in foster care. After reading this column, I felt … more

The Montgomery County Historical Society remembers Donna McGrady with admiration. She was a member, and then president (2005-2007) of our organization at a time when governmental bodies challenged … more
To all of Montgomery County and specifically Southmont Schools, As I enter my last few official days of serving as an administrator of Southmont schools, I have to pause and reflect on the … more
Why do coaches in football and baseball hide thier mouths during timeouts. Are there lip-readers in the stands that can alert the opponents before the next play call? Pat McAfee and Simon Cowel … more
The Nicholson Elementary students have a beautiful garden this year. With help and support from the Master Gardeners, parents and teachers; the second and third graders planted, cared for and are … more
The condition of many of the properties in Crawfordsville have passed the point of disrepair and are now dilapidated. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development defines a “blighted … more

Earlier this spring, an Associated Press story painted a bleak picture of the future of community colleges, but that picture doesn’t represent the bright future and growing opportunities … more
A recent letter to the editor published in these pages is entitled “Hypocrisy is rampant, antithetical.” The author and I might agree on the issue that bothered him. However, his attack … more
I believe it would be a mistake to forgive student tuition loans. When you borrow money you have an obligation to repay the lender. It’s important that students understand that. If you take an … more
The sworn upon oath of the law enforcement officers of this county is to serve and protect; as we’ve been raised as citizens of the United States to put our trust into the hands of the law. … more
I am curious why anyone, in this day and age, feels the need to debate the morality of homosexuality. It seems, as always, that some Christians like to pick and choose which verses of the Bible they … more

I have just read Dan Halstead’s letter of June 14. It is clear that he has a limited understanding of both science and theology. Let’s begin with science. First of all we understand … more
I have just read Dan Halstead’s letter of June 14. It is clear that he has a limited understanding of both science and theology. Let’s begin with science. First of all we understand … more
This is regards to the League of Women Voters column that was published June 9. The editorial “Rainbow represents promise of life and liberty” was interesting to say the least. Not … more
I am writing to express my deep concern about a recent incident that occurred at the Strawberry Festival, highlighting the urgent need for equality and respect for children with special needs. As the … 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
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