October 8, 2011 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

Just three weeks left for election letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the Nov. 8 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...

Writer wants Baltimore to ‘live within its means’

Editor: This is my final comment on the Village of Baltimore and its spending habits. If you vote for the proposed police levy, property owners, as well as renters will pay more. It is on the November 8th ballot. More...

‘Watchdog’ says county dog pound is doing less with more

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More support for Holman-Lynch

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Coleman supported for trustee

Editor: This letter is to lend our support to the campaign of Bob Coleman for Thorn Township Trustee. We view Bob as a friendly and honest person who will always support the best interests of our community. Howard & Bobbi ChristyThorn Township More...

Bowling Green Township Trustee responds to critics

Editor: To the Citizens of Bowling Green Township: More...

‘Watchdog’ wonders why accident details weren’t discussed

Editor: I heard an interesting story recently about how the township’s new truck (delivered August 2010) was damaged last winter. More...

More support for Holman-Lynch for fiscal officer

Editor: I am writing this letter in support of Andrea Holman Lynch running for Licking Township Fiscal Officer. More...

Chorpenning supported for trustee

Editor: So Jeff Chorpenning is running again for Bowling Green Township Trustee. Well good!! Let me congratulate him for his courage to go up against the old boy regime once more. More...