• Letters to the Editor

    Happy with Veterans Day coverage To the Batesville Daily Guard Staff: On behalf of the American Legion, Jenkins-Henderson Post 114, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank You” to all of you for providing such wonderful coverage on all the Veteran’s Day ceremonies that …

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    To the Editor: Friends, Batesville is losing a treasure. Vanessa Adams, the Independence County librarian, is leaving at the end of November. Vanessa has been innovative in promoting the use of the library by addressing civic groups explaining the resources available, by providing free computer …

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    Questioning county money for dance program, others To the editor: In the article “JPs fund NADT, reduce others,” I found their reasoning perplexing. I have trouble understanding how a group of 25 dancers whose membership is limited to “anyone who has completed dance training” is appropriate for a grant, while the …

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    Wake up, veterans To the Editor: Veterans Day is coming up. We want to say “thank you, veterans” for what you have done for our country, our children and grandchildren. Wake up, veterans, wives and widows! Do you not care anymore? We have close to 50 veterans …

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    Drug dealers are taking over To the Editor: As we hear of the drug lords running Mexico, I remember the words of the professor who taught the first course in marriage counseling at Arlington State, Dallas, Texas. He was interesting to listen to and had experience running the old …

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    Moved by heartwarming video To the Editor: Thank you for the beautiful job on the homecoming of Amy. I was moved to tears seeing the hometown newspaper doing a heartfelt video of the homecoming. I am thankful that you shared it with the public. This world has so …

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    Bifocal wearer just needs more time to get adjusted Dear editor: After reading Danny Tyree’s story about wearing bifocals, I wanted to call him up and tell him this but can’t find him listed anywhere in the phone book. So I assume he has a cell phone or only a computer of which …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: In response to (last week’s) letter regarding chemotherapy, radiation and a cancer cure. All a person needs to do is read G. Edward Griffin’s book, “World Without Cancer, the Story of Vitamin B17,” to understand that Big Pharm and FDA will never release …

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    Enlightened about chemo Dear editor: I would like to respond to a letter that ran on Tuesday, “Thoughts on Chemotherapy.” I truly felt the pain of the writer who signed “Bitter and enlightened.” Sir, I don’t know about the latter. Before a person starts chemo they do …

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    Thoughts about chemotherapy Dear editor: Chemo — Cure for cancer or money making scam? Everyone who has had a loved one that has been treated with chemo eventually asks this question. Chemo does kill cancer cells. Unfortunately it also kills healthy cells, too! A fact that is …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Talent enhances community Dear editor: It is my life experience that the texture of life in a community is enhanced by the presence of the arts, especially music. I had the opportunity to attend the “Levon Helm Tribute Concert” in the Fellowship Bible Church that once housed …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Weapons disposal Dear editor: Isn’t it funny, what goes around comes around? First, Hussein’s Iraq had weapons of mass destruction (probably made in Russia), then he didn’t have any. Then Assad’s Syria had chemical weapons of mass destruction; he used them on his own people. …

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