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Letters

  • LETTER: Komen not wavering from its mission to serve women

    With recent news about our organization, there has never been a greater need for clarity in our communications with the tri-state.

    Rest assured the controversy inspired by actions at the national office of Susan G. Komen has in no way impacted the Evansville Tri-State Affiliate’s dedication to our core mission in the 28 counties we serve in southern Indiana, southern Illinois and western Kentucky.

  • LETTER: Letter writer wrong on jail tax increase

    Mrs. Carter, we’re sorry that we can’t agree with you on the animal-control issue but we try to vote for what we think the majority of the voters want and what makes sense.

    We know we can’t make everyone happy but we try to inform ourselves on the issues and vote accordingly. If we don’t get it right then the voters will tell us come next election. We feel the 2005 animal ordinance would be sufficient with a little tweaking.

  • LETTER: Council members listening to the vast majority of people against animal-control ordinance

    This letter is being written in response to last week’s letter written by Blanche Carter, the wife of Jim Carter, president of the Humane Society of Perry County.

    We are not political people either, but we feel very strongly about the animal-control ordinance, also.

    She published the names of three council members and then asked, “Are they truly representing the people of Perry County?”

    You bet they are.

  • LETTER: Wanted: Your input about Tell City’s future

    Are you interested in the future of Tell City? Do you have ideas about your community to share? If your answer to either of these questions is “Yes,” then join the city of Tell City, as your community begins to plan for its future through the development of a comprehensive plan. The first step is a community meeting to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday at the Schergens Center. Please consider this an invitation to each citizen to attend and be part of the progress.

  • LETTER: Groves, Elder hit the mark

    Just want to make a short statement. Hurrah for Dale Groves and Michael Elder. Loved your editorial comments.

    So intelligent. So right.

    NELLA TUDOR
    Tell City

  • LETTER: There’s more to business than right-to-work

    In a Feb. 27 letter, Jim Adkins again selectively uses info from The Center For Responsible Politics. I looked all over that Web site and couldn’t find what he was quoting in his letter, mainly that eight of the top 10 all-time contributors are labor unions or that they contributed anything like $925 million during the 2004 campaign. If it’s in there Mr. Adkins, please contact me and tell me where.

  • LETTER: County needs animal-control ordinance

    I am not a political person by nature. When I feel strongly about a subject, I will try to learn and support that issue. I feel very strongly about the animal-control ordinance. I feel it is good for the future of our county. We have so many unwanted and mistreated animals in Perry County and it is time to admit there is a problem and address this issue.

    We don’t all agree with the ordinance, but it is at least a starting point.

  • LETTER: All of us have role in preventing teen dating violence

    February is National Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month. One in three adolescents in the U.S. will be a victim of physical, verbal, emotional or sexual abuse from a dating partner.

    Dating violence, like any other intimate partner violence, is a pattern of controlling and abusive behaviors of one person over another within a romantic relationship. It knows no boundaries and crosses all lines of race, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, etc.

  • LETTER: Why does ACLU defend lowest form of filth?

    This is in response to the letters from Kelly Jones Sharp from the ACLU and Michael Elder concerning Right to Work. It is seldom that I get to swat two flies at once, but I’ll do my best.

    In Act 3, scene 2 of “Hamlet” we see the line “the lady doth protest too much, methinks.” The phrase has come to mean that one can “insist so passionately about something not being true that people suspect the opposite of what one is saying.”

  • LETTER: Tri Kappa still going strong after 51 years

    Epsilon Omega Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa celebrated its 51st birthday Feb. 8.

    More than $120,000 has been donated to local organizations, programs and individuals in need.

    This could not have been done without the help of the community supporting our fundraisers, such as our recent poinsettia sales.

    Thanks to all who made that and our various other fundraisers successful. This includes The Perry County News for all they do to help publicize these events.

    DEBBIE NEYHOUSE
    Tell City Tri Kappa Members