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Letters

  • Only annexation winners are lawyers

    Over $200,000 has been spent from the public coffers. This represents tax money that has been spent in your name to force people into the city limits of Tell City. Shame on you, Tell City. You let this happen. That money could have been spent on new police cars or decent radios for the cops. Or it could have been used for a new compactor trash truck or potholes.

  • What about grants for our healthcare?

    In life there are not any dumb questions. However, honorable mention may go to (County Councilman) Steve Goodson at the recent council meeting.

    Mr. Goodson asked “if there were any grants the health department was using that could cover the cost?” of the county’s portion of health insurance.

    Please pass along to Mr. Goodson that when he finds those grants or large subsides, that he share that information with all of us currently struggling to pay our individual healthcare premiums.

     

    B.E. BaCey

    Cannelton

  • Scalia will be missed on high court

    Justice Antonin Scalia rightfully believed that when interpreting the Constitution, the Supreme Court had a duty to uphold the original intent of  the document established during its ratification.

    Though today, strictly  adhering to the Constitution is looked upon by large divisions of society as primitive. So out of respect to Justice Scalia, I wanted to resolve the common misinterpretations of our Constitution which have helped lead to the ill-fated state of our republic.

  • House Bill 1004 bad for teachers, bad for state

    For years, local teachers and school administrators have worked together to help best serve our students.

    If House Bill 1004 passes – the controversial bill purporting to solve Indiana’s teacher shortage – it will only worsen the shortage, thereby, making it harder to ensure kids in Cannelton City Schools have a caring and qualified teacher in every classroom.

  • Sidewalk supporters thanked

    I would like to thank everyone involved in the repairs of the sidewalks around Meyers Grade School.

    Thanks to Mary and Jim Snyder,Tom and Jane Huber, Julie Bishop, Bill and Judy Garret, Al Sibbet and Brian Garret with the Cannelton school system for all there generous donations.

    C.J. Ransom, owner of Ransom Excavating, made a donation and completed the job at cost.

  • Kleeman stepping down from school board

     

    I have had the honor and privilege to serve on the Tell City-Troy Township School Board for 11 years, first being appointed by the Troy Township trustee, then appointed by the Tell City Council, and lastly elected by the voters of the school corporation district in 2012.

    My service on the board has been driven by a desire and passion to help our community provide a system of quality education for our children.

  • Scouts’ fish fry a success

    St. Paul Boy Scout Troop 192 would like to thank all those who supported the troop’s recent fish fry at the parish hall. The attendance was just overwhelming. Thank you, too, to those who purchased a ticket but were unable to come.

    This event could not have gone as well as it did without the adult volunteers who gave their time in preparation, brought in desserts and helped to serve food.

    The proceeds will help immensely with the boys’ camp this summer in Tennessee.

  • Give annexation petitioners their day in court

    Personally, I have not had a strong opinion on the annexation issue. I can see the arguments for and against, and while recognizing the high stakes and high passions involved, I am not confident in saying whose argument (if either) should take precedence.

  • City owes annexation opponents an apology

    My name is Terry L. Miles. I am a life long resident of Perry County. I was born in Tell City in November 1942. I went to Newman School and graduated from Tell City High School in 1961.

    After four years in the Navy, I returned home and found a job at GE. I was there until 1974, when our jobs went overseas. I found work at Commonwealth Aluminum in 1976.

    I retired after 26 years in 2004.

  • Thanks for making supper, auction a great success

    Cornerstone Christian School just can’t thank the community, school parents and the Freewill Baptist Church enough for their generous support during our recent soup supper and silent auction fundraising event. 

    Thanks to the donations of supplies for the supper, items for the auction, money, time and a lot of hard work. It was a wonderful success.

    We asked for desserts and we got them. The amount provided by both the church and our school families was astounding!