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Guardian angel on board

Monday, October 12, 2009

Editor: The current recall from Toyota Motor Corporation brings to light an experience we previously had. Last fall while motoring to the Amish country, we exited off the Route 30 ramp toward Navarre onto Route 21. In doing so, our floor mat slid forward without any notice causing our accelerator to stick. This rubber floor […]

Sen. Wilson: Issue 2 makes sense, vote yes

Monday, October 12, 2009

Editor: As someone who grew up down the road from a dairy farm in Belmont County, I have great respect for Ohio’s farmers. If you ever need a straight forward answer to a question, just ask a farmer. You can count on folks who work hard and play by the rules to have a lot […]

We must be proactive with support for Issue 2

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Editor: There continues to be a belief with some livestock farmers in Ohio that no one can or will regulate animal care in the state. California farmers probably had the same opinion several years ago. Now today they are facing the complete elimination of certain types of livestock production. The reality is that there will […]

I am voting no on Issue Two

Monday, October 5, 2009

Editor: Issue Two is the attempt by the Ohio Farm Bureau to negate the efforts of HSUS on behalf of the animals being raised on the industrial livestock farms in Ohio. Being a neighbor of one of Park Farms’ grow out sites and also being a Farm Bureau member, and having called the plight of […]

Cap and trade is a bad idea

Monday, October 5, 2009

Editor: In regard to your Oct. 1 column, we agree that cap and trade is a BAD IDEA for Ohio AND farmers !! South Central Power has told its customers that if cap and trade passes the AVERAGE bill per customer will go UP a WHOPPING $1,800 a year!! That alone is enough to scare […]

Concerns for Fairfield Township

Monday, October 5, 2009

Editor: As a former Fairfield Township trustee who served for 32 years and now retired, I am still greatly concerned for the people I worked for as a public servant. I am going to share what I believe is in the best interest of the residents. 1. I do not want a township handed over […]

Keep your farm decisions in your hands

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Editor: Every morning I wake up, this country of ours seems a little more unrecognizable. The government seems to have its hand in just about everything and we stand by and let it happen. Now it seems that our livestock industry needs some sort of guidelines for the care of our own animals. Guidelines to […]

Ruritan club will no longer hold annual turkey supper

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Editor: The Washington Ruritan Club regretfully announces that they will no longer be holding their annual turkey supper. We wish to thank the many people who attended and supported this fundraiser over the last 50 years. We want to recognize those non members who have helped each year, especially the Marlington High School groups. Also, […]

What are parents — and others– really afraid of?

Monday, September 21, 2009

Editor: In Editor Susan Crowell’s Sept. 9 column, “Obama school speech furor: You can tell it was a slow news day,” you dismissed as unwarranted the criticism of allowing the speech to be broadcast in classrooms all across America to children starting at 5. One of the spins produced by the White House press spokesman […]

Harrison County Junior Livestock Sale thanks

Monday, September 14, 2009

Editor: The 2009 annual Harrison County Junior Fair Livestock Sale has come and gone, and was a tremendous success. A special thanks goes out to all 4-H and FFA exhibitors. The hard work and dedication you have shown throughout the year was well advertised throughout the sale. You all deserve a pat on the back […]


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