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LETTER: A simple plan to ‘Save Our Society’ includes flat tax

Monday, November 28, 2011

Reader: If government interference and over regulation would be reduced, jobs would be created, private industry would prosper and more than sufficient tax revenue would be generated.

LETTER: Animal owners have to get involved

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Do we have to wait for the governor to pass laws on how we raise and care for our birds and animals?

LETTER: When it comes to dairy reform, be careful what you ask for

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Editor: The recent in-depth economic analysis by Mark Stephenson of National Milk’s “Dairy Security Act,” which was introduced by Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.), brings to light several unintended consequences that will harm the future of the U.S. dairy industry. Stephenson’s analysis shows only a modest reduction in the volatility of milk prices, but a significant […]

LETTER: Dairy act has drawbacks

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Editor: Taxpayers on the hook for $3 billion to push small dairy farms out of business? The proposed cure is worse than the disease. The disease is farm milk price volatility and ongoing narrow to negative milk-to-feed margins that have crippled many dairy farm businesses. The proposed cure is the Dairy Security Act which was […]

LETTER: Readers want to end ODNR’s witch hunt in Ohio

Thursday, November 10, 2011

One might ask why Kasich has given ODNR the right to go on a witch hunt for Ohio animal owners. ODNR can come to your home, search your barns and house because someone says you raise exotic animals.

LETTER: Bond issue would keep United schools strong

Thursday, November 3, 2011

We write to encourage citizens in the United School district to vote yes for United’s future and support the 3.92 bond issue.

LETTER: Some exotic animals should be banned, but not all

Monday, October 31, 2011

Editor: I am writing about Keith Campbell’s letter. I do not think we should ban all exotic animals, but why do we need to keep lions and tigers in Ohio? Do these wild and dangerous animals really belong in pens in Ohio, or anywhere else for that matter? Do you want to wait until the […]

LETTER: United Local schools bond issue makes good financial sense

Monday, October 31, 2011

Editor: This November we have an opportunity to make an investment in our community and our future by passing the 3.92 mill bond issue that will be used to renovate United Local schools. This will raise almost $9 million that will be matched by $30 million from the state of Ohio. Not paid for by […]

LETTER: To the voters of United School District

Monday, October 31, 2011

Editor: Well, it’s almost time to vote on the new school project. We have been given the opportunity to learn the facts on the bond issue. I hope you took advantage of them. Are you ready to put this district into more debt for the next three and a half decades? This means you and […]

LETTER: Celebrating ‘food choice’

Thursday, October 20, 2011

We, in the agricultural community, would like to remind you that every day is “food day” and celebrating should be done with each meal, whether the food comes from your garden, farmers market, grocery store or the local food pantry.


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