Letters to the Editor

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One would have to be devoid of basic human decency and compassion to turn their back on the Capitol Police Officers who vividly and passionately testified to a special congressional panel about the violence, taunts, and racism that they endured on our modern day of infamy, Jan. 6, 2021, as t…

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What happens when a gigantic, 90-year-old diseased tree, located at 113 Searight Ave., falls? Catastrophe is the only outcome I foresee.

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Did you know that our great city has its own Indy 500? Come for free and sit at the corner of Evergreen Terrace and Bierer Lane (above WMBS Radio Station).

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Republican State Sen. Doug Mastriano, who represents four rural counties in central Pennsylvania, has humiliated himself and our commonwealth on the national stage by meddling in the Arizona presidential election vote of Nov. 3, traveling to that state in efforts to secure yet another recoun…

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The pandemic had a severe negative effect on the academic achievement of most students. The pandemic proved that the best learning environment for the vast majority of students is to be in class and taught by a caring, talented teacher. Most students do not learn to their fullest in online classes.

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Finally, Mike Pence has commented on the Jan. 6 insurrection in which he was a key figure and victim. Referring to the former president, he stated, "I don't know if we'll ever see eye to eye on that day." That's it?

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In Pennsylvania alone, there are more than 280,000 people living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 500,000 family members and friends providing 622 million hours of unpaid care. June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and during the month all communities have a chance to lift up …

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I’d be hard-pressed to think of anything good that happened in 2020. It was a horrible year for the health, the economy, and the climate of our world. Don’t get me started on the presidential race. Many people died as a result of the pandemic. A lot of people would have gone hungry were it n…

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While the country is pretty much divided between those who want the government to do more and those who want the government to do less, I think here in Pennsylvania we have one thing both sides can agreed on.

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The last time it snowed I made a snowman. A feminist passed by and asked me why I didn't make a snow woman. So, I made a snow woman. My feminist neighbor complained about the snow woman's voluptuous chest, saying it objectified snow women everywhere.

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Hate. A tiny, four-letter word with such big implications. I don't understand how, when or why this word became so powerful. What ever happened to love your neighbor? What ever happened to obeying and following the Ten Commandments? Why do people think they are so supreme that they are above…

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What happened recently in Fayette County has caused me great concern. The power brokers in county government decided to move forward with "Fayette's Folly." That would be the new correctional facility that soon will become reality. It has been in the making for quite some time. Starting in 2…

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I am a strong supporter of President Biden and Kamala Harris, and I am grateful every day for the civility, respect, decency, and honor that they have restored to our country.

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The human race is a marvelous intricate unit. I believe we are resilient and adaptable. Some of us are headstrong; some are cool and calm. Some are leaders; others are followers. People follow for different reasons: some believe in the leader’s doctrines, some enjoy the company of others, wh…

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I would like to congratulate my fellow members of the Fayette County COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force for the incredible work being done to help our citizens.

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I was saddened to read of the recent passing of Paul Lancaster. As a longtime basketball and baseball coach at Connellsville High School, I've come in contact with many sports officials. There was not another man in officiating that I respected more than Paul.