October 4, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Tree attacks Bowling Green Township 'watchdog'

Editor: I would like to start off with a some news about a recent event. The local Moundbuilders Toastmasters Club toured Buckeye Lake aboard the Queen of the Lake II. We enjoyed ideal weather conditions and the tour was fantastic. More...

Election Letters

Three more opportunities

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 4 ballot are welcome. However, due to the expected volume of letters, we are strictly enforcing our normally suggested 250-word limit for election letters. More...

Look for corn cookbook in the spring

Editor: The Millersport Lions had a fabulous Sweet Corn Festival, thanks to all of you. We had great weather, great entertainment and great crowds. What a winning combination for all of us! Many thanks to those who sent in their "corn" recipes. More...

Watchdog: 'You don't have to read it…'

Editor: First to respond to Sean Ahern who feels that I have "inflicted over 700 words worth of this tripe on your readers:" The wonderful thing about the Beacon and their policy of "preferring letters of 250 words or less" is that they extend More...

'There is NO health without mental health'

Editor: The enactment of a federal mental health parity law by Congress this month will broadly outlaw insurance discrimination against people with mental illness and substance-use disorders. More...

Tips for Tots is coming up

Editor: How time flies! It's already time for our annual Tips for Tots Drive to raise money for those children who will need our help in order to have an enjoyable Christmas. More...

Hebron festival organizers thanked

Editor: I am writing to express my thanks and appreciation to the Hebron Business Association for the wonderful festival held last Saturday. The association should be very proud of your first effort for such a huge undertaking. More...