Letters to the Editor
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After watching the news lately I decided I wanted to express some of my humble views. For a year now we have been challenged with one of the worst–if not the worst–pandemics the world … more
What would all of our seniors do without their Social Security? I knew a man who complained about Social Security for years, but before he died at age 93, he realized it was a good thing. Are … more
We noticed a few folks in the area were flying the US flag upside down. As most know, this is traditionally seen as a sign of distress.  We understand the frustration of seeing policies … more
I’m writing this letter to the editor in regard to the leash law for dogs. I feel I do not have the privilege of walking due to dogs chasing me and the fear of being attacked. It does not do … more
In response to the letter to the editor from Paul Hemken on Jan. 25, you started by stating, “we have all seen the real Trump now.”   We, who voted for President Donald John … more
Patty and I wanted to send a note of appreciation as to how efficient the Montgomery County Health Department set up distribution of the Moderna vaccine shots Friday morning in the new county highway … more
We have all seen the real Trump now. I don’t blame Christians for voting for Trump.  He did get things done that the Bible says have to happen before Christ returns.  He knew he … more
I'm sad and I'm mad. I'm confused and disheartened by the irresponsibility of those that are supposed to govern for the people. There was complete disregard for safety of citizens and for those that … more
Graham Correctional Center, located in Hillsboro, has become a chaotic breeding ground for COVID-19 as prison officials have completely lost control of the spread of the virus.  On or around … more
We are grateful for our local Hillsboro Area Hospital, the emergency department and the team of doctors, nurses and all staff who put themselves on the line every day. Our father was recently a … more
This letter is in resolute opposition to Senate Amendment #2 to HB163 by the Montgomery County Board Finance Committee.  The committee has reviewed the impact this abhorrent legislation would … more
I am a resident at Tremont Ridge in Hillsboro and recieve The Journal-News bi-weekly. I appreciate the fact that someone in the churches of Hillsboro thought about us all for Christmas and sent … more
After 46 years in the electrical field and 41 years of service to the Witt and surrounding areas as Weitekamp Electric Co., we are announcing our upcoming retirement in 2021. I plan on working … more
As we look back on the past year, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Litchfield and the surrounding area for their support.  We appreciate each new item that has … more
Thank you, thank you, Montgomery County Fair Board personnel. Yes, a big thank you is in order to certain members of the Montgomery County Fair who recently donated their saws and time to trim the … more
While some people are content with Biden their time, I am not one of those.   If you don’t get your news from Steven Colbert, the View, CNN, and a host of other Chinese funded … more
While I can still criticize my politicians freely, I give Trump credit.  He got the voters out to vote for him in 2016 and against him in 2020. The real people who are trying to steal the … more
We often don’t realize how lucky we really are.   If you are a Litchfield resident, you have access beautiful parks, a gorgeous lake, a variety of restaurants,  a great educational … more
Thank you so much for the beautiful story about Brenda Cobetto. She is one of the greatest people in the world.  I am sure–because of her story–there will be people who have … more
Beginning Nov. 1, the Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center will be operating under winter hours.  We will be welcoming visitors from 10 to 4 Tuesday through Saturday, and will be … more
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