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LETTER: Reader suggests another option in Facebook farmer-bashing scenario

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Yes, farmers need to do a better job of educating their nonfarm neighbors.

LETTER: Farmers will do a better job than can-kicking politicians

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Editor: Cowboys and business people can clearly explain how the “cow ate the cabbage.” They can explain how she ate it, and where she spit the seeds. Today our elite elected ones can’t generate an original or conclusive sentence. Listen to them defend themselves, interviews, press conferences. Try to understand what — if anything — […]

Readers says mental illness is not an excuse for violence

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Editor: The letter to the editor, Addressing the issue of mental illness and violence, (Dec. 27, 2012 issue) by Dick Patterson, of Corry is begging for a rebuttal. 1. Patterson writes “our hearts have been saddened with the terrible tragedy in Sandy Hook.” I ask, how about the countless tragedies every day of young black […]

Addressing the issue of mental illness and violence

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Editor: Our hearts have been saddened in recent weeks with the terrible tragedy in Sandy Hook, Conn. The event has sparked much dialogue in the media and in our communities about this event. Government leaders, school districts personnel, psychologists, newspaper and news media professionals and religious leaders have discussed excellent ways to prevent such tragedies […]

America has avoided driving off the fiscal cliff in the past

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Editor: We are reminded several times daily that a fiscal cliff looms threateningly in our future. There are two opposing views about the way to avert disaster. Anybody with a reasonable degree of mastery of his mental faculties who was driving a car speeding toward a cliff should be concerned with finding a way to […]

Reader: Farm Bureau members did the right thing

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Editor: Interesting story by Alan Guebert (Did Mississippi Farm Bureau railroad state director, Nov. 29) regarding Mississippi farm bureau state director Fred Stokes and his Kansas City news conference. His comments regarding the lawsuit against the USDA and the Cattlemen’s Beef Board about the beef checkoffs were not that far out of line. But, he […]

Community needs to unite to stop animal abuse

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Editor Why is it that in our society, when abuse occurs, the first thought that comes to mind is “What did the victim do to deserve it?” In the case of rape, we ask what was the woman wearing? In the case of child abuse, what did the child do to push the adult to […]

People today do not need to live in fear of pesticides

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Editor: I am currently a student at Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and I wanted to shed light on a controversial topic of agriculture I believe many people do not understand. The topic is the use of pesticides in growing and managing plants. I feel many people have outdated ideas about […]

Reader: Educate yourself and start saving our society now

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Editor: Watch out America; there is a funeral coming for the American dream. Our children won’t be better off financially than us. We’ve reached the point where the number of people dependent on government benefits is approaching the number of people paying for these benefits. Our children will be saddled with debt incurred from all […]

Reader cites dangers starting with the SB 310 passage

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Editor: Now that the registration of animals has passed, the danger of this bill has started. One group — the ODNR — stated you don’t have to register certain animals. ODA stated yes you do. Grouping of animals that are not listed in SB 310 are added. Yet if any animals are added it is […]

Reader: Religion and government should be kept separate

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Editor: While I have my own personal disputes with Obamacare, I believe it is imperative to keep religion out of government matters ( “Administration ignores our First Amendment rights, Oct. 25). I agree that some legislation may be an imposition on personal religion but it is very hypocritical to justify your reasoning based on your […]

Reader: Can’t ignore Obama’s accomplishments

Monday, October 29, 2012

Obama has improved health care coverage, saved the U.S. auto industry, lowered student debt: Reader thinks there’s a lot more he can do if re-elected.

LETTER: Ohio will lose jobs, opportunities if Renewable Fuel Standard waiver granted

Friday, October 26, 2012

Reader: If the RFS waiver is granted, the negative impact on Ohio’s agriculture and ethanol industry will be overwhelming

LETTER: Outdated natural gas production leases ignore current realities

Friday, October 26, 2012

Landowner says: We don’t have a problem with the natural gas storage field, but we do have a problem with Columbia Gas and NiSource claiming they own our minerals.

Reader: Administration ignores our First Amendment rights

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Editor: Our first amendment right of freedom of religion was trampled on by the current administration. They approved the edict from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, making mandatory health insurance coverage of medication and procedures that are against the teachings of my church. [As part of the health-care reform law some] Catholic-based […]

Reader says SB310 doesn’t protect animals or the public

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Editor: One year after the tragic incident of Zanesville, I would say that Ohio has not taken a step forward but a giant step backwards. Legislation forced upon Ohio citizens was neither for the benefit of the public nor the animals. SB310 does not protect the public nor will it stop another incident from occurring. […]

Letter: Under-educated doesn’t mean un-trainable

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Editor: I read with mixed thoughts, the commentary, “The jobs are there, the education is not” (Sept. 27, 2012 issue). Yes, education and learning is important, if for no other reason but to keep the mind from becoming stale and one-sided. But education should not be a criteria for not getting a job. What is […]

S.B. 130 isn’t perfect, but a start to animal welfare

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Editor: Ohio is one of the least protective states regarding animal care. Why does the Senate in Ohio refuse to realize this? It is a known fact cruelty to children and cruelty to animals go hand in hand. Is this really the reputation Ohio wants to promote to the rest of the country? Many years […]

A farm legacy of speaking out

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Editor: Bryan Wolfe was tragically killed in a machinery accident Aug. 7, 2012, on his farm in Rome, Ohio. Bryan one of the last of the small dairy farmers, who knew his cows so well that they weren’t even tagged. Bryan’s passion for his cows forced him into equally passionate political activism. He believed that […]

Letter to the editor

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Dear Editor, It seems to be that evety good person’s goal is to contribute something positive to society, and that evety town hopes to claim that famous achiever as its own. The most important person from Youngstown, however, has been denied his due fame. I’m referring to our great educator William Holmes McGuffey. He was […]

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