• Letters to the editor

    Proud of re-enactment Dear editor: The citizens of Batesville should be proud. The Civil War Re-enactment of the Union Invasion of Batesville was a success. The stunning location on the White River set the stage. And though rain was predicted, the clouds parted Saturday and …

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    Government drug control   Dear editor: I am hoping to get replies concerning prescription drugs which started while Bill Clinton was president and gave our government some control over medicines. But first I want to make this clear. Doctors, pharmacists are not responsible for the …

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    More complaints about park tax To the editor: I hope the people who voted in the latest city sales tax are satisfied (but I doubt they are). As of last October, we have to pay to reserve the pavilions at Riverside Park (although there is …

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    Volunteer advocates sought for nursing home residents Dear Editor: I recently became involved in the Volunteer Ombudsman Program for the Office of Long Term Care in Arkansas. Getting older and depending on the care of others is inevitable for all of us. Many residents of …

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    Behavior was unbecoming of an elected official Dear Editor: The following letter was filed in our minutes March 2, 2012 at our Planning Commission meeting so that it would be public record.  Honorable Mayor and Batesville City Council Members: The Batesville City Planning Commission, in …

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    Ethics of college students voting in election I learned an interesting fact about the recent sales tax election that I think all the county and city residents need to know.  I had a customer tell me one method the supporters of the tax used was …

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    Dear editor: I would not be surprised if the Batesville Guard received multiple positive letters regarding the Batesville High School production of Godspell, which was performed last week and again this past Monday night. The play, which originated in 1971, has been made into a …

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    Charity begins at home Dear editor: Mr. McGuffey, I’m writing in response to your article on March 7th about the homeless shelter. It was distressing to me to hear a city councilman make a remark that goes so beyond politically incorrect to the core of …

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    Judge says he’s NOT trying to increase property taxes Dear editor: I wish to make clear that I do not want to increase property taxes by over assessing property on already stressed taxpayers. The assessor or one of his equalization board members told the committee …

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    Seeking input about homeless shelter To the editor: During my four terms as a member of the Batesville City Council I have never received as many telephone calls and personal visits concerning one subject as I have recently with the Hellfighters Ministries’ proposal to establish …

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    Fulmer shares thoughts on leaving office  Letter to the Editor: I want to express a heartfelt thanks to the people of Independence County for their confidence in me in allowing me to serve as your County Assessor for the past 12 years. My overall tenure …

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    Bullying never acceptable Dear Editor: “I was just kidding”! How many times have you had someone say something mean, hateful or simply untrue to you, then when you confronted them about their words, they responded with “I was just kidding”? In our society this type …

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