August 1, 2009 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

A Simple Pledge

A reader brought this pledge to our attention. "Let Freedom Ring," a non-profit, grassroots organization supporting Constitutional government, economic freedom and traditional values, is asking all 535 members of the U.S. More...

Some more BLASST thanks

Editor: Just when I thought I was 100 % sure I had every name accounted for…I didn't! Somehow I left out my neighbors down Westbank - Paul and Betty McMurray, Fern Pickett and even the Buckeye Lake Area Civic Association. Sorry, Merv! More...

Thanks for park help

Editor: On behalf of the Walnut Township Trustees, I'd like to thank the Clover Clan 4-H Club for volunteering their time to paint the bleachers at the New Salem Park. More...

Millersport High baseball players win honors

Editor- Because I missed this information earlier, I would like to congratulate four athletes from Millersport High School. More...

Teenagers' first car should be the 'most awesome thing ever'

Editor: I would like to respond to the "Lighten Up: Buying a Junker…" column written by Dawn Weber on last week's back page. To start off with, teens of the 70sand 80s are not the teens of today! More...

Heath's traffic cameras driving customers away

Editor: This is an open letter to Mayor Waugh of Heath. I am writing to inform you and the city that since you implemented your moneymaking scheme, my wife and I will no longer be doing any business in your city. More...

Milestone year for Keener Classic

Editor: On Saturday, Sept. 5, we will host the Annual Ken Keener Classic 5-K Run through the streets of Millersport and along South Bank and Summerland Beach Roads. More...

Opinions sought on trustee candidates

Editor: I have been approached by people hoping to convince Vince Popo and Doug Hallam to run for the office of Walnut Township Trustee. I would like to conduct a survey of Walnut Township voters. More...