Saturday, May 28, 2022
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The apostles and martyrs didn't have the Bible, but reader Kevin Sherlock bets they're "saved" anyway.
farmland

A reader shares the story of land seized from a farmer near the village of Lagrange, concluding eminent domain may be legal, but perhaps not ethical. 
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Patsy M. Stuckey, 94, of Alliance, Ohio, responds to Hugh Earnhart's Feb. 20, 2020, column, Orphan trains carried at-risk youth west.
pipeline installation

All along, the NEXUS pipeline route county auditors have been alerted to the fact that NEXUS has not paid its easement conveyance fees.
natural gas rig

A reader shares the story of Austin Lakes RV Park and Cabins, which benefitted from the natural gas and oil industry in Ohio.
Farmland

Letter writer says the Kasich administration has given tax benefits to businesses, while farmers have been made to pay more.

We can not keep slaughtering an excess of 100,000 horses every year and say this is a necessary evil to dispose of horses. We need to control the breeding of the horses to regain ground in price and value for the horse.

Editor:According to an article by Dog Trainer Casey Lomonaco, breeders and rescuers should be equally considered when adopting dogs.Consider this alarming statistic. Every 6...
Dairy cattle

Letter writer says the dietary guidelines are incorrect, and that food with some fat in it is good for you, citing author Nina Teicholz.
natural gas rig

The West Virginia Senate and House leadership is offering citizen's property rights for sale to the natural gas industry.