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Letters to the Editor

Publication shows biased agenda

DEAR EDITOR: I have been reading the newly-minted Vindicator edition of the Tribune Chronicle. You have a blatantly biased agenda which is pro-Republican, pro-commerce, anti-environment, anti-democracy. You will not push these anti-democratic biases on me. Your editorial entitled “Fossil ...

Lots to decide in November election

DEAR EDITOR: It’s an off-year election. “Why vote? There’s nothing to vote on.” Ever hear people say this? Ever think it yourself? Think again. In the November general election, Mahoning County voters will be choosing among 165 candidates vying for positions that include a ...

Enterprise Park not worth the costs

DEAR EDITOR: Speaking for myself, and I believe for many others, the Cafaro Company has been very successful and deserves much credit for their many efforts and generous donations. They’ve done many positive things for our area. Unfortunately, the location for their Enterprise Park, with ...

AmeriCorps service adds value to area

DEAR EDITOR: This fall marks the 25th anniversary of AmeriCorps — a national service program that engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community organizations across the country. As a proud alumnus, having served in ...

More pressing issues exist in Liberty

DEAR EDITOR: I am writing in response to a story that published in the Sept. 23 newspaper regarding beautifying Liberty Township. Liberty Trustee Arnie Clebone was pictured near Interstate 80 at flag and flower beds, which were planted by Liberty in Bloom. They have been maintained by the ...

Rally to support the 2nd Amendment

DEAR EDITOR: There are lots of rallies in the nation today supporting everything from global warming to anti-gun rallies. I think it’s time that “WE THE PEOPLE” held a rally in support of the 2nd Amendment and send a message that our right to bear arms protects this great nation from all ...

Big money hopes to impact House Bill 6

DEAR EDITOR: In November you elected me to be a new voice for the Valley in Columbus. On countless issues, I work to make sure people of the Valley are forgotten no longer. Bipartisan legislators and I voted to remove ridiculous green-energy subsidies from electric bills, saving $3.68 per ...

Handwriting matters, but does cursive?

DEAR EDITOR: Research shows that legible cursive writing averages no faster than printed handwriting of equal or greater legibility. The highest speed and highest legibility in handwriting are attained by those who join only some letters, not all. Reading cursive matters but is much ...

Disappointments in baseball today

DEAR EDITOR: Do baseball players who don’t run to first base on a ground ball, or who just trot down, and if they hit a long fly ball and then stand to watch it bounce off the wall for a single because they didn’t run, get penalized or given a tongue lashing? No, they don’t ...

We must overcome nursing shortage

DEAR EDITOR: Nurses play a critical role in our health care system today. They are often the first health care professional that patients meet and they are with patients throughout the continuum of care. Many scientific studies note connections between adequate levels of registered nurse ...