• Letter to the Editor

    Dear editor: We want to share an event that illustrates just why Batesville is such a wonderful place to live. Friday, Aug. 1, was the opening day of Batesville High School’s football practice. After practice 23 hungry football players went to lunch at Mi Ranchito …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Returning to the ‘old school’ Dear Editor: I want to register a few comments about some current events. First, I want to comment about the “humanitarian” crisis happening at our southern border. It is not a “humanitarian” crisis, it is nothing less that a criminal …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor, I am sick and tired of the constant phone calls! I called the 800 number to join the “Do Not Call List” and I am still bombarded by phone calls. One day alone I received 11 calls on my home phone and another …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Time stops when your child is hit by a car Dear Editor: Ms. Angelia Roberts’ column that appeared the July 16 edition of the Batesville Guard reminded me of my own experience with the “dead.” My experience occurred in March of 1997, the year I …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor: I would like to respond to Tina Dupuy’s opinion column that appeared in the July 2 edition of the Batesville Guard. First, she implies that Conservative Christians do not and will not stand up for the religious freedom of other faiths. Pro-life views …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor: Honestly, I never thought that Tina Dupuy and I would see eye to eye on any issue. I must admit that I agree with her op-ed piece that appeared in the June 3rd issue of the Batesville Guard. Ironically, that was the day …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    One person’s battle with Obama care My Nightmare: In November 2013 my insurance agent contacted me regarding health insurance. The agent stated that Blue Cross Blue Shield had contacted them stating that my health insurance rates would be going up and that they thought I …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Debate on e-cigarettes Dear editor: Here comes the sound of anti-smokers talking about the harms of e-cigarettes, you know the ones that burn no tobacco, only heat up a solution containing nicotine. No harms are known either to the smoker or anyone close by but …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Questions about sirens Dear editor: To the mayor and city council — Congratulations on the many improvements, amenities and needs that you have completed and are working on in our fair city. As a former elected council member, fire chief, businessman of 43 years, cattle …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Hysteria about Agenda 21 needs to stop To the editor: Do you know what Agenda 21 is? Don’t worry most people don’t. However a few vocal advocates insist it’s affecting you! And it is, just not the way you think.  Agenda 21 is a rather …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Stop Clean Line energy Dear editor: I am writing to warn the citizens of your county of a coming monster called Plains and Eastern Clean Line electrical transmission line. We in western Arkansas have been meeting with Clean Line Energy for over a year now. …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Wet/dry ‘passion’ not equal to energy expended upon taxes Dear editor: I sure wish everyone with all the passion about the wet/dry issue would have paid more attention and energy to the taxes they have voted for. All of a sudden people are finally waking …

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