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Letters to the Editor

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dear Editor:

One month after the midterm elections, the republicans have made clear what their party's goal has been all along- help the rich.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dear Editor:

* If you think exiting onto Interchange Road at the hardware store and turnpike is bad now, wait until they widen the road and add a new bridge.

* Here's a bad dream for you. Obama turned the page on his next plan to help save jobs in America ... And he still saw Harry Reid and Pelosi. Even after the election.

* Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dear Editor:

The kind of politician I'm looking for?

Someone who will make his donors sign a paper that they will not make demands on him. Also any big things that come up, he will go to the people and do their bidding.

This is the type of person I'd vote for ! Do you know where to find this kind of person?

I Remain,

Robert ( Ski ) Siesputowski

SummitHill

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

Congratulations to the Lehighton Area High School GIRLS Field Hockey TEAM. In my opinion and from other persons that were at the game, if you would have played an all GIRLS TEAM, you might have won another State Championship, but since the supposable GIRLS TEAM from Wyoming Seminary was allowed to use a MALE RINGER ALL STAR EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM GERMANY, you were denied a possible State Championship.

I, along with hundreds of other supporters are extremely proud of your accomplishments and you art truly CHAMPIONS.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

This is my feedback regarding the services provided by Attorney General Tom Corbett's foreclosure investigation article printed in the TIMES NEWS during the second week of October 2010. It is my opinion that this was nothing more than an election publicity stunt to focus a fake good light upon Tom Corbett.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

The Garden of Giving would like to express heartfelt thanks to volunteers throughout the community for the support provided to us this year. With your help we were able to provide over 7,000 pounds of fresh vegetables to the following food banks: Supplemental Food Resource Center, Effort; Pleasant Valley Ecumenical Network, Saylorsburg; Pocono Mountain Hunger Ministry, Mount Pocono; and Follow Me Foundation's Food for Friends, East Stroudsburg. We also served teh Soup Kitchens of St. Lukes Church, Stroudsburg; and Our Lady Queen of Peace, Brodheadsville.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor,

It is seldom that you hear that the government helps the regular guy. It is extremely seldom that those in government receive the thanks for doing something from the public! Here is my story about these events.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

Just wanted to send a shout of thanks out to a group of amazing young men doing amazing things.

Marcus Kunkle, 17, Matt McGeehan, 14, Tyler Ritter, 13, and Nick McGeehan, 12 are a bunch of knuckleheads from Lehighton known as A.D.D. who recently rocked The Zoo in Lansford and managed to headline an event that raised $1,045 for the Cinicola family whose son, Cody, is battling cancer.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

I am appalled that taxpayer dollars are being wasted on the Route 54 S curve project.

I travelRoute 54 regularly and I find nothing dangerous about those curves so long as people stay within the posted speed limit. Often while driving at or slightly above the speed limit I am either tailgated or passed. Sometimes where it's legal, mostly where it is neither legal nor safe.

The road is fine. Speeding and careless driving cause the accidents. There are no bad roads, only bad drivers.

John Fosdick

Jim Thorpe

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Dear Editor:

We have done it again!!

Together we have touched the lives of those who are sacrificing time away from their families, in harsh environments, during this holiday season in the name of our freedom.

Thanks to our community and a hard working group of volunteers, Operation Touch of Home packaged and shipped 11,627 pounds of essentials to 125 brave men and women during our 2010 Holiday Drive. Taking into consideration the current state of our economy, this drive was an overwhelming success.