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Letters

  • LETTER: Schools take active role in dating safety

    Thank you for publishing Bill Stanczykiewicz’s column regarding teen dating violence April 4.

    As a follow up, we wanted to ensure our local community is aware that all of the area schools have partnered with Crisis Connection Inc. on providing primary prevention education in support of Indiana’s Heather’s Law. This includes curriculum in the high-school classes called ‘Safe Dates’ and ‘Expect Respect’ at the junior-high level.

  • LETTER: Thanks for helping with Chase’s big day

    The family and friends of Chase Rodriguez extend very special thanks to everyone who helped make his day and his gift of a custom trike a memorable event.

    Thanks to Schaefer and Paulin, Alan Sweeney, Vince and Margie Peter, Billie Martin, Toys for Tots, Chip Schultise, all patrons, friends and extended family of the Alpine House, Ohio Valley Towing, Jason Linne, employees of PCMH, Clay and Mayor Barbara Ewing, James Wadell, Steve and Teresa Donn, Randy Marshall Entertainment and to anyone who donated or helped in any way.

  • LETTER: Keep hunting ethical

    Representatives of the undersigned sporting and conservation organizations thank Indiana Senate President Pro Tempore David Long for his recent public stand decrying canned hunting.

    His comments on shooting domestic deer in enclosures expose the unethical practices that occur behind hunting-preserve fences. Long’s comments couldn’t have come at a better time.

  • LETTER Common core: It’s a simple education choice

    Sometimes choices aren’t clear-cut. Who hasn’t gone through the frustrating experience of choosing between “A” or “B” or “1” or “2” at the optometrist’s office.

    But the selection that needs to be made with the Common Core academic standards is the exact opposite: It’s simple and obvious. Forget, for a minute, about all the facts and myths associated with the program. Legislators who are debating whether to halt Common Core have this choice:

  • LETTER: Life is simpler without Internet, e-mail

    You recently mentioned my name in the March 28 paper as one of the Perry County people who has money the attorney general wishes to return.

    I do not have direct access to the Internet for reasons I think are good. I follow the advice of a wise man from one of those oriental countries.

    He sat on an elevated platform in a village where the people could ask questions.

    His head was bald, he had no teeth and a large belly – signifying the ultimate happiness – and no sandals on his feet.

  • LETTER: Music boosters thankful for support
  • LETTER: TC Band Boosters appreciate donations

    We the Tell City Band Boosters would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for all their help and donations:

  • LETTER: Students gave it their all at lip-sync contest

    The Renaissance Class of Tell City Junior-Senior High School would like to thank the following people for helping to make the sixth annual lip-sync contest a success:

  • LETTER: Thanks for making film’s premiere a success

    The Tell City private screening of our documentary, “They Wore the Red Suit,” was an incredible success because of the efforts of so many local individuals, public entities and businesses.

    I would like to offer my thanks to the city of Tell City, the mayor’s office, the Perry County Convention and Visitors Bureau, chamber of commerce, and the Tell City Regional Arts Association, whose partnership made it possible for us to host this event in Tell City’s beautiful new events and visitors center.

  • LETTER: Legion Easter bunny had plenty of helpers

    Cannelton American Legion Post 142 and its auxiliary would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their recent donations to our Post Home and for the annual Easter-egg hunt:

    McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Dairy Queen, Charles Stillwell, Arby’s, Wall’s, Papa John’s, Keith and Joyce Hagan, Mulzer’s, Huber Funeral Home, Zeke Ransom and Dan and Jane Hayden.