• Letter to the Editor

    Remembering King, Eastman crash Each year during this time of year, I usually find a time to reminisce over some parts of my life and celebrate the birthday of possibly the greatest civil rights leader in history, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Yesterday as I awoke, I began …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Praise for symphony “That was amazing” were the words of my 8-year-old grandson following the performance of our own Batesville Symphony Orchestra. We were blessed to be able to take seven children ages 8 to 14 to experience this “amazing” concert. All of us enjoyed …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Response counterproductive Dear Editor: I have followed the unfolding story of the terrorist attacks in Paris over the past few days. I have great sympathy for the victims and their families and for the people of France. Many may want to blame all Muslims for the …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Daycare owner responds There are a few things I would like to say regarding the recent daycare incident (Editor’s note: involving a 2-year-old boy who wandered away from the Little Blessings daycare on Dec. 18, in which one employee was cited for endangering the welfare …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: I want to know why it’s called freedom of speech if we have to watch what we say or how we say things. That is going against the constitution that was written by our forefathers for us. We shouldn’t have to watch what …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Studying insurance terms, definitions takes sting out of shopping for plans There’s no doubt about it. Health insurance can be confusing. Next to affordability, lack of knowledge is a major factor that prevents people from following through with signing up for healthcare coverage under the …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    The “war” against Christianity Even President George W. Bush, supposedly a devout Christian, has failed to withstand the Progressive/atheist assault on Christianity. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, called by many educational institutions including local colleges “fall break,” I visited the George W. Bush Museum and Library …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Expedite passage of GM-modified food labeling laws Dear editor: I’ve noticed in the news lately that there is public interest in genetically modified (GM) foods. McDonalds ran a TV ad on 11-15-14 announcing that its company would not buy genetically modified (GM) potatoes, and a …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Ten Commandments Dear Editor: In response to Tina Dupuy’s op-ed column that appeared in the Nov. 18 edition of the Batesville Guard, let me say that while the U.S. may no longer be “under God” its history is one that at least gave lip service …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: Members of Army Airborne Troopers are like a big, happy family when they get together. Recently I had the pleasure of meeting two troopers who served in the 503rd Airborne Battle Group during 1958 to 1961. They had read in the paper about …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Where is MSB money going? About 3 weeks ago in an article of our local newspaper a Main Street Batesville spokesperson said that no taxpayer money was being used on that project. Then an article of Oct. 29 reported that $20,000 had been given to …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Bypass around Batesville is much-needed Dear editor: As I sat in yet another traffic delay on Ramsey Mountain secondary to a vehicle accident this morning, I was reminded of how much we need a bypass around Batesville. It is clear that everyone is in a …

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