... to the News and Tribune for an amazingly rapid newsbreak on its website Thursday night regarding the New Albany/Gahan parks dissolution.
— Randy Smith, New Albany
... to the Street Department in Clarksville.
Several weeks ago, the department paved Brooks Avenue. When they reached Marshall, they finally got rid of the hump that connected Brooks and Marshall. For 40 years I’ve braced leaving and entering Marshall because of the dip/hump.
It is now level with Brooks Street, but my hips still brace for the hump.
— Frances Harris, Clarksville
... to the new restaurant, Charlestown Train Station, in Charlestown.
I am not a restaurant critic, but I do appreciate good food. The menu is simple, but the food delicious, with an emphasis on seafood. Service is exemplary. I hope the people of Charlestown and Clark County support this new addition as it is much needed to the area.
— Sandra Johnson, Charlestown
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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.
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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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