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Liberalism makes world complicated

May 8, 2016 To the editor: As I write this, the big dustup seems to be allowing transgender people to use public restrooms of their choosin. more »»

Handling area’s addiction problem

May 8, 2016 To the editor: This is what needs to be done to address the addiction in the Steubenville area: Education, responsibility, accountability and consequences for one’s actions. more »»

Let’s get back to fundamentals

May 8, 2016 To the editor: I watched Steubenville’s Monday night townhall gathering with piqued interest. more »»

It’s time to move on

May 7, 2016 To the editor: I have lived in Steubenville for a few years and have met some really nice people, yet I’m so much wanting to move to a place I feel I can call hom. more »»

Students help clean community

May 1, 2016 To the editor: I am writing this letter to express the gratitude of the city for the cleanup activities at Beatty Park on April 30. more »»

Teachers earn thanks

May 1, 2016 To the editor: I would personally like to thank each and every teacher for all that you do. As someone pursuing a career in education, I understand that it can be a thankless job sometimes. more »»

Senior housing needed

May 1, 2016 To the editor: As a healthy senior citizen in the middle-income bracket, I have discovered there is little to no housing available in the Steubenville-Wintersville area. more »»

Councilman gets a firsthand view

May 1, 2016 To the editor: When I interviewed for the 3rd Ward council position in Steubenville, I stated I wanted to ride along and work with the police, fire and sanitation crews. more »»

Our manufacturing has disappeared

April 24, 2016 To the editor: The definition of manufacturing sector is: Make (something), or produce on a large scale using machinery. more »»

An interesting listing of businesses

April 24, 2016 To the editor: The March 2016 edition of Fast Company magazine has hit the newsstands. It lists the world’s 50 most innovative companies and explains the selection process on Page 110. more »»

Community Easter dinner a blessing

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Grace Point Ministries held its second-annual Community Easter Dinner on March 26. more »»

Questions about the election

April 17, 2016 To the editor: What kind of presidential primary are the people voting for today? I know that the candidates are all arguing among themselves and not doing anything about the most important things,... more »»

Pastor Protection Act bad legislation

April 17, 2016 To the editor: I condemn in the strongest way the GOP attack on minority LBGTQ populations through unneeded and insulting legislation like the bogus “Pastor Protection Act,” HB 28. more »»

Appreciation helps accelerate growth

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Jefferson County is geographically located on the edge of a powerful underground river and waterfall of positive earth energ. more »»

Terrorists need no army

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Republican John Kasich, another war party candidate for president, wants to try a George W. Bush approach to defeat ISIS. more »»

Cooperation helped with landlords’ suit

April 17, 2016 To the editor: In respect to the article “Landlords association withdraws lawsuit” which appeared April 2, concerning my lawsuit against Steubenville, I have to thank my attorney, Aaron Miller; City... more »»

Bill will protect seniors

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Fewer seniors qualify for one of our state’s major property tax breaks — the Homestead Exemption — because Gov. more »»

Standing in way of change

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Is it division or are we just sick and tired of government elites such as Paul Ryan and his statement “an election will not be run by dividing the people?” What world is he from? This... more »»

Hoagland right for state Senate

April 17, 2016 To the editor: I believe that our future endeavors need to be in the hands of the people and not another career politician. The status quo stops now — our safety, security and economy depends on i. more »»

Thoughts on today’s politics

April 17, 2016 To the editor: Hillary Clinton is a joke. She said, “We lose 90 people a day from gun violence.” Yeah, mostly in Chicago, New York and Detroit. more »»

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