Opinions

To the editor: The gathering of nearly 200 for the Oct. 23 Right to Life Annual Banquet at Sturges-Young Auditorium gets A++ for their singing of our National Anthem. If it didn’t raise the roof, it had to have shook the rafters. Supporters of life from conception to natural end sat on the edge...
To the editor: With all this kneeling for our National Anthem, last night at my grandson’s soccer game in Vicksburg our game had already begun when we hear from the football field the National Anthem being played. Just to let you know no flag was in sight, we couldn’t even see the football field...
To the editor: I think I can honestly say I have never been afraid. Well, maybe for a few seconds after I moved from the South and realized that I had no experience on icy roads. I was always confident that things would always work out in the end, and they did. But lately I have been...
Autumn has arrived. I know this because I’ve already removed about 10 five-gallon buckets of walnuts from our driveway and have made numerous trips to the DPS property to dispose of the fallen leaves that have graced our property. I’ve tried to make friends with the neighborhood squirrels, in...
To the editor: After attending meetings listening to investors trying to convince local township boards that harvesting the sun to produce electricity is a common accepted farming practice, shouldn’t there be G.A.M.P,S. to help protect their rights and the public rights from nuisance...
Across the country there has been vicious damage being done to historical landmarks and monuments. I feel like this is uncalled for. Right now there are many cities in uproar as to being sanctuary cities for immigrants. Why not make a sanctuary city for land monuments? Not that I favor what...
To the editor: A special issue of Life Magazine, published in January of 1989, featured two articles. The first featured the ecological damage that humans were causing to the earth. The second was about Donald Trump, a real estate tycoon in New York City. Over the years Mr. Trump has shown...
We continue to witness our government supporting and encouraging dependence on fossil fuels. For a country that is most advanced in the field of technology; we have officials making important decisions that seem to be part of the past. Coal, the dirtiest of the three fossil fuels, is going away...
To the editor: As you were driving past the First United Methodist Church on North Main Street maybe you’ve seen the box on a post (I hope you weren’t texting!) The box is the “sharing box,” sponsored by the church. It is a part of a community project for the benefit of anyone who is in...
It was quite a show witnessed by the largest audience of citizens in awhile at this week’s St. Joseph County Commission meeting. It became clear to me that the manipulation of the times for citizens comments to assure a new member of the commission actually serves to limit citizen input,...

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