Opinions

To the editor: I’m writing to take issue with language used by Commissioners Griffith and Hart in the August 21 city commission meeting about parolees and their related support services being “dumped” on our community. If we ultimately hope that these fellow citizens and neighbors who have served...
To the editor: The auditors hired by the County Commissioners finished their work and presented it to the County Commissioners at their public meeting Aug. 7, 2018. I was lucky enough to obtain a copy before they ran out. As I was reading it I was totally shocked to see last year the Commissioners...
To the editor: As a journalist and citizen, I have been devastated and extremely concerned by the attacks by our very own President of the United States on our press. Sen. John McCain slammed President Donald Trump’s attacks on the media back in February by pointing out that dictators “get...
To the editor: Thank you for the editorial “Standing Together.” I, too, stand with the Commercial-News against Mr. Trump’s attacks on journalists. We, as a democracy, need a press free to report on all of the news, not just the news favorable to the current administration. In a very small way, I...
To the editor: I stand with you against President Trump’s attacks on journalists and his effort to erode the 1st Amendment principles this nation was founded on.Bob Tomlinson Three Rivers
We are not “the enemy of the people,” nor are we a purveyor of “fake news.” We are the Three Rivers Commercial-News, an organization that has served its community for the better part of the last 123 years. We live and work beside you each day in an effort to keep you informed, and to highlight...
To the Editor: Our oldest child began kindergarten in 2000, and kicked off an 18-year run of our three children being a part of Centreville Public Schools. I am a big fan of CPS since my husband and I graduated from there as well. It has been a wonderful community to be a part of. One we often...
To the editor: Looking around and listening, I see and hear of much that needs fixing. Whether it’s roads, contaminated water, the environment, education, crime and drug abuse, for starters, the bottom line is that we need a “fixer”. Having been approached by those endorsing both candidates on...
To the editor: We attended the candidates’ forum at Glen Oaks Community College Tuesday night and were not impressed by the performance of Senate candidate Kim LaSata.  She had to ask the moderator to repeat two different questions and gave very vague answers to most of the questions. When she...
To the editor: Several million years ago a genetic change gave humans an advantage over the existing bonobos. Our ancestors developed opposable thumbs, walked upright, and developed a throat that permitted speech. Combined with an advanced brain they became masters of their environment. The...

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