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Printed Letters: April 5, 2015

By Staff

Put your cellphones down while driving To the person in the large SUV pulling out of the parking lot on Patterson: How did you not see a large, bright yellow Harley in your path? Oh yeah, you were on your phone. Because whatever texting, ...


Email letters, April 3, 2015

By Staff

Marijuana is much safer than alcohol It always surprises me that the people who oppose marijuana are always ecstatic when a brewpub or winery opens. Marijuana has been shown to be safer than alcohol. Using the federal government’s own ...


Printed Letters: April 3, 2014

By Staff

Thanks to Rep. Willett for taking on food laws I am responding to the article on the Cottage Food Act and in support of Rep. Yuelin Willett who has supported the expansion of the law. Since this act was passed in 2012, I have been ...


Email letters, April 2, 2015

By Staff

North Fork would welcome benefits of Bull Mountain development A few weeks back I saw a story in the Sentinel about the proposed Bull Mountain natural gas development. An opponent of energy production in the North Fork said, ...


Printed Letters: April 2, 2015

By Staff

It’s likely that ‘gender pay gap’ doesn’t exist “Stubborn pay gap between genders found in nursing” – so read the headline from the New York Times article published in the Sentinel’s Tuesday ...


Email letters, April 1, 2015

By Staff

Editorial was the voice of religious bigotry Most politely, Wednesday’s Sentinel editorial – “The Indiana firestorm” – should be dubbed an April Fools’ joke. The editorial gets off to a good start by ...


Printed Letters: April 1, 2015

By Staff

R-5 needs repairs and needs to be respected The former Lowell School – now known as R5 – on historic North Seventh Street is no doubt in need of rehabilitation and repair. However, it remains an iconic, historic and architectural ...


Email letters, March 31, 2015

By Staff

R5 needs to be repaired and respected The former Lowell School – now known as R5 – on historic North 7th Street is no doubt in need of rehabilitation and repair. However, it remains an iconic, historic and architectural landmark ...


Republican Men’s Club opposes Measure 2B

By Staff

Republican Men’s Club opposes Measure 2B Thumbs down on the Westside Beltway – 2B – and thumbs down on the local elected officials trying to peddle their influence for whom we should vote in the ...


Email letters, March 30, 2015

By Staff

Littwin’s reasons for opposing Cruz may drive some to support him In Sunday’s Sentinel, I had to wonder if the cartoonist who portrayed Ted Cruz as a snake speaking with a forked tongue thinks the voters are nitwits. I’d ...


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