• Letters to the Editor

    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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    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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    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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    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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  • Letters to the Editor

    Respect for principal Dear Editor, I appreciate the Guard’s recognition of area educators upon their retirement and other noteworthy accomplishments. When Mr. Qualls called to say that you wanted to print an article recognizing my years of service, I was flattered. I enjoyed visiting with Mr. Qualls, …

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    Growing problem of dog attacks Dear editor: On the evening of Aug. 23, 2013, I let my four little dogs outside to use the restroom, something I have done for the past 15 years. Shortly after they had gone out I heard a lot of barking. I looked out …

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    Ambulance owner disputes story about transport Dear Editor, I was amazed at the article written by Angelia Roberts regarding Ozark EMS. I believe in freedom of the press and freedom of speech, but only if it has been verified by all parties involved. Ms. Roberts misquoted me quite a few …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Final lap was bittersweet Dear Editor: Saturday’s “Final Lap for Sara” Sara Low 5K was bittersweet. I have never run for a better cause, never been with better people, and never been so touched as with everyone who gave their time resources year after year for this event. …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Museum offers maps on website Dear editor: I was pleased to see in the Batesville Daily Guard on Aug. 8 that the Commissioner of State Lands had presented a reproduction of a historic plat map to the county. In case you would like to research …

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