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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor from Donald Moskowitz

Dear Editor, In contrast to many countries, the United States, with its prevalence of schools and opportunities for all people, and due to its diversity and openness, boasts a broad spectrum of educated, intelligent and successful citizens in all disciplines who represent our entire ...

Letter to the Editor, by A. Lloyd King

To the Editor, A meeting is planned at The Fort restaurant on Wells Street in Sistersville for Thursday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m. This meeting welcomes anyone who is concerned about the future of our constitutional rights and willing to advocate for them. While we are seeking those eager to work ...

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Here we go again, another election and the democrats are going to take your guns. At a recent Trump rally, Trump said, “If Joe Biden is elected he will take your guns and your second amendment rights.” If Biden is elected he can’t do either one! So once again Trump ...

FROM H. JOHN ROGERS

Dear Editor:As you will know from your reading of The Book of Exodus, Moses when he first saw the "burning bush" was curious and went back and took a second look. ["And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt. And when the L-rd saw that he turned ...

FROM SHIRLEY VFD & AUXILIARY

Letter to Editor,The Shirley Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary would like to thank everyone who came out to our Quarter Auction on March 2. We would also like to thank Joey Baker-Soly and Tonia Alleman for holding this auction along with the vendors who set up and the Middlebourne Stealey ...

FROM THOMAS E. TRADER, SR.

To The Editor,Well, I can see there has not been anything done since the last letter I put in the paper.There are two intersections in New Martinsville that are dangerous. That is the light at the Wetzel Chronicle building and the red light at Certified. The other third intersection is Route ...

FROM DENNY LONGWELL

Dear Editor,Is "progressive" a bad word? Isn't moving forward another phrase for the word "progressive?" Who in our state doesn't want progress?It is conceivable that many would be happy to see our state progressing by putting people over profits and putting communities over corporations. When ...

FROM J. CHAD MORRISON

Dear Editor,This past week, our hunger relief organization convened to discuss strategies that could impact our state in the next few years. We opened with a general discussion of what the problems are in West Virginia that lead to or stem from hunger. The more common topics came up ...

FROM GARY DUNGAN

To the Editor,My wife, Anne, and I lived in New Orleans for twelve years before coming back to her native Harpers Ferry in 1998. She taught there and for a number of years was the Building Representative to the union (AFT). I was for a number of years a member of the Business Task Force ...

FROM VFW POST #6327

To The Editor,The Sistersville VFW Post #6327 would like to thank our local community for coming together to make the Scott Buchanan Spaghetti Benefit a great success.We would also like to thank our local businesses and individuals who made donations to assist us. They include:Sistersville IGA, ...