October 9, 2010 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Two weeks left for election letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 2 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...

Hebron festival supporters thanked

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Guest column: It’s the morning after

Dear friends and ieighbors, this is the morning after....and we can all breathe a sigh of relief! More...

Writer praises Jon Luzio

Editor: I have known Jon Luzio since I returned from service in the USAF in 1967. I am a close friend, but I have also criticized the Animal Control Departments use of huge vans to pick up 30 pound dogs (about 5 vans). More...

VFW Post 1388 Auxiliary sponsoring Coins 4 the Cure on Oct. 16

Editor: On October 16th, the Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 1388, will be sponsoring Coins 4 the Cure. More...

You can make a difference!

In this day of 24/7 news on cable and Internet with almost hourly crises or outages, it is tempting to just say “whatever” and shut it all out. We do have to live our lives and care for our families. More...

Correction

Our story last week on Walnut Township Trustee Sonny Dupler’s effort to cancel the township’s contract with the Millersport Fire Department mistakenly said Fiscal Officer Lynn Kraner helped Dupler write the draft letter. More...

Rules must apply to everyone

Editor: I wasn’t planning to write again about Karen Cookston and her new illegal parking lot until the Planning Commission, Village Council and the mayor had a chance to address it. More...

Lions aid storm victims

Editor: On Thursday, September 16, several tornadoes touched down in Southeastern Ohio. The hardest hit areas included Reedsville (near Coolville), The Plains (near Athens), and areas near Nelsonville, Roseville and Crooksville. More...

Clay’s Cafe supports Lakewood levy

Editor: Lately some rumors have been spreading around the Lakewood Community that Clay’s Cafe does not support the Lakewood School Levy. I don’t know how these rumors started, but I want to set the record straight. More...

Guest column: Tough times, tough choices

I am pastor of New Life Community UMC and Hebron UMC and director of the New Life Community Center in Hebron. As I write these words, please understand I am not speaking for my congregations. These are my opinions. More...