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Today's Opinions

  • Stark pledges District 4 fairness, consistency

    Editor:

    Primary time once again prompts me, Stephen Stark, to ask you in our district to vote for me. My pledge to you has not changed since you voted for me last time: It is to represent us in the district and the county con- tinuing in a fair, consistent, and respectful manner.

  • Prom is a privilege for students, not a right

    Editor:

    Although prom season has come and gone, this is in regard to the April 21 letter about prom and the student not being able to go.

  • Autism event raises $1,100 for charity

    Editor: I want to thank everyone that helped, attended or donated to my third annual fundraiser for autism awareness. This year has been successful, as of the end of April I have raised $1,100. This money goes directly to Michala Riggle’s Charity “Beading To Beat Autism.” I am appreciative to the brownie bakers and the

  • Firefighters to collect funds for Crusade

    Editor: This community has always been very supportive of its causes whether it be Relay for Life, Susan G. Komen Foundation or the WHAS Crusade for Children. As a member of the Carrollton Fire Department, I want to thank you for your past support of the Crusade and, again, appeal to you for your continued support of this great cause as t

  • Henry County coroner backs David Wilhoite

    Editor: I, Jimmy Pollard, coroner of Henry County, would like to take this opportunity to address the election of the coroner of Carroll County. During the illness of Jimmy Dunn, long-time Coroner of Carroll County, I have had the privilege of working with David Wilhoite covering Coroner’s calls in Carroll County. Therefore, becaus

  • Closing Camp Kysoc is a tragedy

    Editor: In regards to the closing of Camp Kysoc...this is a tragedy, not only for the many people with disabilities who enjoyed spending time there but also for those whose lives were touched by those very same people. None of those who have been touched by Camp Kysoc understand why it has been closed. It is a loss felt deep in our heart

  • America turned its back on best friend

    Editor: The majority of Americans have turned their backs on the best friend and ally that we will ever have. We are not allowed to speak his name in the courts of America. We are not allowed to call on him for help in our schools. Many people want his name off our money and out of our Pledge of Allegiance. Prayer can’t be spoken at g

  • 97 percent should be re-elected in May

    Editor: There are many who know me that may ask me who would I vote for come May? First of all, I would say I will vote every time there is an election in this great county of ours; but, I will not tell you how to vote. This time I cannot say that. I will, for the first time, say there are some that has been in public office way too long that takes care of family and friends t