... to people who are supposed to be good doing bad things.
It is a sad world we live in when police officers are arrested for drugs, or our priests and clergymen, scout leaders, coaches and parents, arrested for abuse and molesting our children.
I thank God my kids are raised and pray that He will watch over my grandchildren.
Shame on all you people.
— Janet Sprague
... to the Charlestown Christmas Parade planners.
Double cheers to all those who braved the weather — the floats, the high school band and all the many people who turned out to enjoy that beautiful sight on such a cold night.
— Marjorie Cox, Henryville
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NEWS AND TRIBUNE LETTERS — For March 11
Cutting clutter; Red Cross heroes
- CUMMINS: What does the opposite sex want?
- HAYDEN: Prosecutors’ advocate remembered as compassionate expert
- HOWEY: Sen. Delph’s re-election isn’t a foregone conclusion
OUR OPINION: Spacing out high school plays would help
For all the strengths of the theater programs, why isn’t inter-program communication one of those? Opening so many shows in one week seems counter-productive for every program getting ready to debut a play.
- CHEERS & JEERS: March 8-9
DODD: The heroin epidemic
On a daily basis, I meet people who use drugs. It’s almost amusing when it’s a young person who is only driving drunk from too much alcohol or simply smoking a bit of pot. It almost seems like you breathe a sigh of relief.
Heroin is the biggest problem today.
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- NASH: I give up
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