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Letters to the Editor

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

Finally, we have a popular celebrity who is setting a good example for the youth in America. Good role models are so few and far between in this day and age, and I am sure everyone already knows who I am referring to. I want to congratulate Tim Tebow of the Denver Bronco's for all of his accomplishments during his career playing football, and especially for his example in giving thanks to the one who deserves the recognition for blessing him with his talents.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

In collaboration with this week's annual Right for Life Week in Washington D.C., I joined several of my colleagues from both political parties at a press conference at the state Capitol to support bipartisan legislation on the Women's Right-to-Know Act.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

Maybe it is too soon for this…or maybe it is too late! As the Penn State community mourns the loss of Joe Paterno and holds high the signs of their support I keep hearing words like 'Idol' and 'Hero' thrown around, and I cringe. Joe Paterno is not a hero.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor,

God knows who was wrong in the scandal. Joe, it wasn't you.

Joe Paterno wasn't a cop. Cops follow through on supposed crimes that took place at the school. Paterno related to his boss what was told to him. The bottom line is members of the board or other factions had the responsibility to check further.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

Some Pennsylvania legislators are attempting to enact a voter suppression bill, House Bill 934, which will disenfranchise as many as 11 percent of eligible voters from voting. You may be one of them if you don't have a current government issued photo I.D.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Sir,

Your article about the Republican committee meeting and chairman election at the New Ringgold Fire Company didn't tell the real story. I have never seen an adult act as unprofessionally as Dave Argall did that night.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Dear Editor,

I am very grateful to the stranger who was shopping at the Lehighton Wal-Mart and had the integrity that is so often missing in today's world. They turned in my purse, with the cash, cell phone and credit cards still intact, to the courtesy desk. In today's world, there is so much bad news. This was good news. Thank you so very much!

Sincerely,

Lois M. Walton

Tamaqua

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Dear Editor,

Every time I see on TV police officers getting killed, my heart goes out to his and her family. A 22-year New York officer was gunned down while making an arrest. Pictured his three daughters crying their eyes out. Picture a mother hearing gunshots and wrapping her arms around her children who she had picked up from school. While doing so, took a bullet to her head and died. This is only two incidents of so many.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Editor,

Once again it's that time of the year when Publisher's Clearing House is going to make someone a millionaire!

Judging by their advertising, that means "hurry and get your entry in or you may forfeit your winnings!"

For many years I entered the contest, mainly because the product I requested was something I could use or needed, not hoping or thinking I would be chosen for the "big one."

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Sir:

The Towamensing Soccer Club would like to thank the Horsehead Community Development Fund for their generous philanthropic and altruistic monetary grant that will benefit our nonprofit and volunteer driven club.

In October, the TSC Soccer Board applied for a monetary grant to help offset the costs of running an expanding and growing soccer club. The Horsehead

Development Fund provided TSC with a matching challenge grant. If we could raise $2,500 dollars, they would match it.