Opinion Archive

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
America’s demise

Dear Editor: America: Born July 4, 1776….will her demise occur on Nov. 8, 2016? It is up to you voters! Do you want a president who has been under investigation for over a year? Do you want a president who has lied on many, many different occasions per the FBI? Do you want a president [ Read More ]

RICK HOUSER
What made a community

Our farm was three miles north of Moscow and five miles west of Felicity. Until I entered eighth grade at Felicity I had attended Moscow school. So when we went to town, we went to Moscow for a few of the needed items but for most items we went to Felicity, as it was a [ Read More ]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Painter is the endorsed Republican

As the election gets closer and people begin to think more seriously about who they will vote for I have had several people ask me about the candidate Tom Bixler and his signs that read “a real Republican.”   The only real Republican candidate for Clermont County Commissioner is David Painter.   Mr. Painter is the only [ Read More ]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Vote for David Painter

Dear Editor: It is sad that national politics has become a fighting match of tactics aimed a deceiving the American public. It appears some of the same techniques being used at the national level have made their way into our local political races. Mr. Bixler is using the term “a real Republican” and using the [ Read More ]

ROB PORTMAN
Honoring an Ohio legend, Thomas Edison

There have been a lot of remarkable Ohioans in our history: eight presidents, Neil Armstrong, John Glenn and 22 other accomplished astronauts, Jesse Owens, and two brothers named Orville and Wilbur. Ohio has produced a lot of leaders; the list is long. Each state gets to honor two of their own with a statue in [ Read More ]

GARTH SHANKLIN
The NFL needs to fix its priorities

By Garth Shanklin Sports Editor For the last three weeks, it seems like the NFL has spent most of their time doing something wrong. Be it introducing a new social media policy that actually directly contradicts the entire point of social media, fining and flagging players for touchdown celebrations or suspending players for domestic violence, [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
‘Ugly’ is a beautiful book

You already have a name. Your parents gave it to you when you were born. It might’ve meant something special to them, it might’ve been a name they liked, or something that sounded beautiful. Whatever the situation was, you have a name that’s served you just fine but, as in the new book “Ugly” by [ Read More ]

Creature Feature
DR. DAN MEAKIN
Keeping your pets safe from Halloween tricks and treats

The HSUS wants to remind people with companion animals that Halloween can be a really frightening holiday for pets. While adults and children alike enjoy the costumes and candy, these things can actually distress or endanger a companion animal. Nancy Peterson, HSUS companion animals issues specialist, cautions, “Dogs and cats rely on daily routine. When [ Read More ]

MARC HOOVER
Does your vote really matter?

November is almost here. For me, I love Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy my vacation time with loved ones. But this November is different. It is an election year. Like everyone else, I am glad the process is nearly over. The Trump vs. Clinton presidential election has been the worst ever. It’s been scandalous and has [ Read More ]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Meeting on Bethel-Tate levy

Residents of Bethel-Tate Local School District are encouraged to attend an open forum meeting to be held at the Bethel Middle School in the cafeteria at 7 p.m. on Oct. 26. This meeting is to inform voters about the upcoming 6.6 mills emergency operating levy to fund facility and maintenance repairs. Let us answer your [ Read More ]


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