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Today's Opinions

  • LETTER: Letter writer overlooks Obama facts, failures

    In response to Brian Gray’s (“How much will tapping reserves cost U.S.?”) letter of last week, I noted that he has used the old liberal trick of immediately going off-point when a question arises for which he has no answer. Like many libs, Gray dances around the issues like he has just been sprinkled with pixie dust.

    The entire point of the first 12 paragraphs of my letter is that Obama is not telling the truth about the nation’s oil reserves. The president states that we have only 2 percent of the world’s proven oil reserves.

  • COLUMN: GO STEM comes to Holiday World

    By SUE ELLSPERMANN
    District 74 State Representative

    Calling all girls … future scientists, engineers, researchers and mathematicians. On June 3-7 the University of Southern Indiana will host its second annual GO – Girls Only – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Education camp with residents on the USI campus.

  • COLUMN: Facebook friends and drama

    By VINCE LUECKE
    Editor

    I’m not the biggest user of Facebook. Far from it. I post photographs taken for the newspaper – and the occasional personal collection of pictures – and breaking news. Other staff and I also do that on The Perry County News’ Facebook page.

    In comparison, some people document their every move on Facebook, what restaurant they’re eating at, what movie they’re watching and, literally, when they’re doing the laundry on a Sunday night.

  • EDITORIAL: Financial literacy class needed and financially possible

    What caused the meltdown of the U.S. financial markets in 2008 that led to our country’s worst recession in decades?

    Risky moves by greedy financial institutions, inadequate government supervision of them, and misguided policies by President George W. Bush’s administration have all received shares of the blame.

    But most experts now say that a big reason for the meltdown was the financial illiteracy of a large portion of our population, especially young adults who were responsible for many mortgage defaults that contributed to the meltdown.

  • LETTER: Anglers help county

  • LETTER: Renaissance yard sale helped by many

    The Renaissance Leadership class of Tell City Junior-Senior High School would like to thank the following for helping us with our Renaissance yard sale:

    Dan Hall, Dixon & Dixon Auctioneers, Alvey Cleaners, Indiana Realty & Auction, community members who donated sale items, Tri Kappa, Red Apple Inn, custodial staff of Tell City Junior-Senior High School, student steering committee, student council and all of those who bought sale items

    The money raised from this event will go toward encouraging our students and rewarding their academic success.

  • LETTER: School lip-sync contest was a great time

    The Renaissance Leadership Class at Tell City Junior-Senior High School would like to thank the following people for the success of this year’s lip-sync competition:

  • LETTER: Earth Day is every day for Hoosier farmers

    It has been estimated that one billion people around the globe, in some way, observed Earth Day Sunday (yesterday). This was the 42nd annual celebration of a day set aside specifically to reinforce the importance of environmental vigilance, veneration and responsibility.

    It may go largely unnoticed but there is a portion of our population that observes Earth Day 365 days a year.

    Chances are very good that you know at least one of them.