• Letters to the Editor

    Mother-daughter time marred by what feels like judgement While taking advantage of a beautiful Indian Summer day and a pumpkin patch on the grounds of one of Batesville’s local churches as a backdrop for a photo op Wednesday, October 8th, my daughter and I were …

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    Dear editor: I would like to know how the majority of the people feel about the changes on Main Street. Many people tell me they just don’t come down the street since it has been narrowed and all the obstacles put up. This is a …

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  • To the Editor

    Fool’s paradise — requiem for America Dear editor: The fool saith in his heart there is no God. Gather ye rosebuds as ye may For Olde Father Time comes in a-flying And that same flower smiling today Tomorrow could well be a-dying. America, America: I …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    What they’re against Dear editor: I was going to write a long letter about how Batesville bit off more than it can chew in building the ballparks that we didn’t need, the water park that we didn’t need (or want) and the mess they made …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    What the cross represents Dear Editor: In response to Lacy Mitchell’s Sept. 15 opinion column that appeared in the Batesville Guard, let me say that I understand her confusion of what intolerance means. Just as I believe that God exists, I also believe that Satan …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    ‘Majority rules’ doesn’t feel fair Response to Mrs. Margarett Henley, Batesville City Council member: First off, larger cities do not get more government grants than small ones unless they are entitlement cities (metropolitan areas over 50,000 population). They have funding set aside for them. They …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Why would anyone want to move to Batesville? Why would any company want to locate in this town of high taxes, high crime, and dictatorial leadership? I have heard numerous comments from people who often drive through Batesville that it is such a beautiful little …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Let’s dissolve the animosity and unite communities Letter to the Editor I am writing this letter on behalf of my “YES” vote to the annexation ordinance. Batesville is a wonderful place to live and work and Southside is a wonderful place to live and work. …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Annexation plan was ‘hidden’ I have been following the international scene quite extensively lately, mainly the Russian shenanigans with the forced annexation of parts of Ukraine and the blatant ISIS upheaval in the mid east due to financial implications on our economy and security issues, …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: If Charles R. Fuqua can write a letter and talk about Russia and Vladimir Putin and stuff like that, well, I’m John Taylor and I’m writing this letter about the library getting a new building with better parking space, because the women at …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Abuse takes many forms Dear editor: As you know, some NFL football players have been abusing their wives or girlfriends and they wind up taking back their abuser. I don’t care if you play for the NFL or not; you don’t need to put hands on a woman. …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Thankful for our country In the United States, we observe Constitution Week during Sept. 17-23 annually to commemorate the Constitutional Convention’s work in drafting the Constitution by which our nation is still governed. The Convention met May 25, 1787, to discuss the provisions to be included in the …

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