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Letters to the Editor

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Dear Editor:

One of the important issues facing the United States today is health care. Legislative and institutional reform is rapidly changing the way medicine is practiced in this country. Original clinical studies are now being shown to have serious flaws. This new research highlights the safety risks for citizens and the need for the Federal Drug Administrative (FDA) to issue new warnings/advisories about these drugs.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Dear Editor:

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Dear Editor:

Everyone who is planning or most importantly making the decisions regarding the County development of the Packerton Yard has overlooked the most important item/issue; namely SAFETY.

Monday, January 30, 2012

I can't begin to express my gratitude for your prayers and support.

The kindness extended to me and my family from the community, law enforcement, schools and co-workers, has allowed me to focus on recovering. Your generosity has really made a difference.

Thank you again for being there for me during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

Officer Joseph A. David

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

On Thursday evening, January 5, 2012, I attended the informational presentation by the PA Dept. of Transportation regarding the Tom McCall Bridge project. After attending the meeting I have come to the conclusion that our local and state government leaders and the hired bureaucrats are totally clueless as to the needs of our county infrastructure.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Dear Editor:

Refreshed from his vacation, the first thing we are told is that President Obama wants to start a new bureaucracy and it must be done right now. If the Senate and the House do not go along with him, he will do it on his own we are told.

This President is making our representatives irrelevant and turning our country into a dictatorship. Is this what you want?

Your vote this year will be the most important one in our life so be sure you are an informed voter this year and preserve our freedom.

From a very concerned citizen,

T. Walck,

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.