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Letters to the Editor

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor:

During the past election, only a few individuals asked to be shown what was actually happening in Rush Township, not listening to rumors but seeking out facts. At all township meetings, I have repeatedly told residents I would spend as much time as needed to show any and all documents allowed by law.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor,

Hey! There is an elephant in our living room and gee, he just pooped. Oh my, now what are we gonna do?

This seems to be the typical protocol of this state, county, the whole area.

Come on Carbon County Comprehensive Planning Committee. Whose hat did they pull this group out of and just who does it consist of?

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor,

The story by Ron Gower and the other large article on the editorial page in Monday May 9's paper about the Pa. Senate and House wanting the towns to stop advertising their meetings in the papers and do it on the internet and the other crap is the most ridiculous law ever tried to be passed.

Every one doesn't have computers and internet things. Wake up you politicians and do what you are voted into office to do. Do the right thing for the ordinary people.

Keep putting those items about the towns in the newspapers where everybody can see them.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor,

Letter writer J.A. Lankolis finds comfort in evolution, as do all closed minded people. Is this why?

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor,

The theory of evolution purports that life originated from non-living inanimate matter. The theory of creation purports that life originated from God. Did life evolve out of non-life? Or was life created by God? In regards to the origin of the species the above statements depict the basic difference between these two theories.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor:

I wanted to congratulate Wayne Weidner who is the President of the Walnutport Playground Association for standing up to the borough council in regards to a proposed fee of $500 to be charged to use the grounds for its annual carnival.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Editor:

The 23rd Carbon County Games have been another success because of the cooperation of many people.

Thank you to the following people: Students from Carbon County Career and Technical Institute, Concern Group students, Jim Thorpe senior high students, Lehighton senior high students, Weatherly high students, Tom Evans, director, Lehighton Recreation Center; Mike Andrews, Lehighton Public Works, Grant Hunsicker, president, Lehighton Council; and Brenda Koons, secretary; Marie Johns, TV 13; and Amy Miller, TIMES NEWS.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dear Editor:

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dear Editor:

A question.

PNC and the SWB Yankees are receiving money to redo their stadium. Why?

PNC Bank doesn't foot the bill. Why ?

Schools have to give up things and fire teachers.

What`s more important ?

Also what happened to pride ?

I remember when people and bands and floats where in parades for pride.

Now you have to beg and pay them ?

I Remain,

Robert ( Ski ) Siesputowski

Summit Hill

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dear Editor:

To Mr. Joseph Stearns, chairman

Schuylkill County Republican Party

I have recently become aware of your comments on April 29, 2010, regarding my mother's (Frances E. Adams) "Spotty" attendance at West Penn polls on recent elections.

My mother's support for the Republican party has been outstanding, in fact, I was present at an award dinner where she was honored for her service to the Republican party.