February 18, 2012 RSS feed / Editorials & Letters

One more week for election letters

Letters from lake-area residents about candidates and issues on the March 6 primary 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...

Marx supported for prosecutor

Editor: Fancy brochures and endorsement look good on mailers. Nearly all serious candidates spend big bucks trying to convince voters they will be the best office holder. More...

‘Watchdog’ checks police logs, animal shelter

Editor: Continued from last week... More...

Patriotic Art Contest set for high school students

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Police chief responds to some letters

Editor: I am the Chief of Police for the Village of Baltimore. I have not answered any of the questions that have been raised in this section but now feel that some things need clarified. More...

Kiger endorses Bowman

Editor, I am writing this letter urging support for John Bowman for Fairfield County Clerk of Courts in the March 6 Republican Primary election. A friend and coworker for over 38 years I know and trust John Bowman. More...

Writer questions new store site

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Writer wonders about Baltimore voters

Editor: Much has been said about the November 2011 election, and I would like to discuss what I think is happening concerning the Baltimore voter and their overall happiness with the administration of this village. More...