Letters to editor
38 results total, viewing 21 - 38
I’m excited that Montgomery County will be home to a new solar development, and will be a part of the clean energy future. The increased tax base will be a great asset — agricultural … more
David Sanders is the Democratic candidate for State Senate District 23. He is an Associate Professor of Biological Science at Purdue and teaches the COVID-19 class. As a West Lafayette City … more
The conversation is solar energy, or should be. Many folks are not aware of the proposed parcels in Montgomery County to be developed into “solar farms.” We aren’t talking … more
I recently learned about the solar panels and am looking to attend any and all meetings regarding it as it’ll directly impact the land that surrounds me. This causes health concerns for my … more

It is with pleasure that I write this letter to support the candidacy of Steve Loy for the Montgomery County Council. I have known Steve for many years and have had many discussions with him about … more
Regarding the League of Women Voter’s column, “Aiming for more than a century of progress” published on Sept. 30: I read with interest the League of Women Voters’ piece … more
I was happy to see in the Journal Review that our mayor, Todd Barton, a Republican, distributed more than $1.7 million to a number of local non-profits, including the Boys & Girls Club, the Youth … more
I am a young girl in high school who is terrified by Indiana’s extreme abortion ban and extremely concerned about Spencer Deery, the Republican nominee in the election for State Senate District … more
For the sake of our manufacturing sector, it’s time to hold other countries accountable for their pollution. In America, we produce manufactured goods much more cleanly and … more

Lee Hamilton’s opinion piece, “Remember what government can do” posted July 20 in the Journal Review shows exactly why government has low trust, not as he intended to explain how … more
The Crawfordsville library is running another terrific reading program for children. I borrowed a friend’s 4-year-old and took him to join the fun. After signing up, we set out to find Woody to … more
  Two of the most significant challenges facing Indiana are improving the educational outcomes for all K through 12 students and greatly elevating the postsecondary attainment levels of our … more
I’ve heard some Montgomery County Council members make some strong comments against zoning for the county. Then I read the article that the council denies a tax break for a proposed solar farm. … more
We are volunteers for the 2022 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Montgomery County. We are personally involved in the fight against cancer; to remember those we have lost to cancer; … more

Hoosiers are paying more at the grocery and gas pump and may be noticing higher electric bills as well. We want to share background on what’s driving Duke Energy electricity costs and what … more
The recent letter from Kevin Brinegar, president of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, regarding the nation’s recent inflation woes, states “The rush to implement green energy policies is … more
Inflation is at its highest level in decades, leaving far too many Hoosiers struggling to pay for necessities. And that’s if they can even find the products they are looking for. This also is … 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
« Prev | 1 | 2
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.