Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I’ve been concerned for some time about the amount of trash and crime written about in the Courier-Times. What we see and read before us is easy if you have the facts. I saw … more
To the editor: For those of us who knew and loved James Shell, his passing on July 11 was a very sad event. At the same time, his legacy as an artist is somewhat of a milestone. A native of … more
To the editor: In the June 29 edition of The Courier-Times, the editorial about the YMCA dismissed the economic value of having a Y in your city. The opening of a Y would stimulate the area in … more
To the editor: Not so long ago, our former President Barak Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and most of the supporters of the liberal left, wanted secure borders and legal immigration. But now, … more
To the editor: July 4th is Independence Day, liberation from England. What does this day mean to us today? For some, it is a day to celebrate with family, to feast on favorite foods, attend a … more
To the editor: We’ve heard all our lives that all eligible voters should vote because our votes count. Well, based on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on gerrymandering on June 27, 2019, our … more
To the editor: Thanks go out to Coach Burnette and his staff for the wonderful job they did with the young boys in baseball camp. All the kids loved it, leadning to catch balls, throw balls and … more
To the editor: On May 24, while at Wal-Mart the nicest thing happened to me. While in the checkout line the lady in front of me had finished getting her order checked out in front of me and … more
To the editor: On Saturday, April 27, I had the privilege of working with the fine men and women of the Allensville Volunteer Fire Department on the Spring Litter Sweep sponsored by the North … more
To the editor: On May 24, while at Wal-Mart the nicest thing happened to me. While in the checkout line the lady in front of me had finished getting her order checked out in front of me and … more
To the editor: Thursday June 15, 2019 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. On that day, communities in the USA and all over the world will sponsor events to highlight the growing tragic issue of … more
To the editor: This letter is in reference to the current Person County Schools Superintendent’s recent comments in the budget cuts article. In this article, the superintendent refers first to … more
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