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Letters To The Editor

BDC executive director offers response

To the editor: The Business Development of the Northern Panhandle, BDC, has worked with county, state and federal officials to secure over $1 million in grant funding to environmentally clean up the TS&T property in Chester which had been neglected and abandoned for nearly 30 years. ...

Victims of fire offers thanks for all who helped

To the editor: We would like to thank, God for His protection over us and also to local business, family, churches, friends, neighbors, first responders, and community members for all of your donations, kind words and prayers. As we watched nearly everything we owned going up in flames, we ...

Appreciates the humor of The Review’s columnist

To the editor: Only Fred Miller can bring humor to getting a colonoscopy! He certainly made my morning by his description of the preparation and the term "Up Periscope" had my wife and I laughing out loud! Fred’s continuing sense of humor is appreciated in a time when many people only ...

Democrats need to flee from Trump

To the editor: Aha! News flash! Here it is Tuesday, February 4, and the results of Monday's Democrat caucus show no winner. Yet the Republicans report Donald Trump has won the Republican caucus overwhelmingly. Something smells. What further proof do you need? Trump, Russia and the Ukraine ...

Upset with message posted by former East Liverpool mayor

To the editor: I’m writing this letter to address an issue I have with a post from the former mayor of East Liverpool, Ryan Stovall. As a previous elected official, he needs to be held accountable for his actions and called out for the response he posted regarding The Review’s front page ...

Subjected to another Washington fiasco

To the editor: Here we go again as Americans being subjected once more to a Washington fiasco. It just saddens the heart to think of our founding fathers who with all their concerned efforts tried to establish a country that provided all Americans assurance of a free and earnest government ...

Contends lack of transparency in Hancock County

To the editor: In July 2016, the Hancock County Commission refused to renew its animal shelter operation contract with the nonprofit which had operated the county shelter for over twenty years. Then, the commission immediately requested a legal opinion from the W.Va. Attorney General's ...

Frustrated with providing proof of ID

To the editor: Who am I? I don't know for sure who I am. I went to get a new driver's license the other day. To be able to fly on a plan, your driver's license must have a little star on it, that proves who you are. I took my old Medicare card, my new Medicare card, title to my car, an ...

A rebuttal: Everyone wins with defeat of traffic cameras

To the editor: Recently a former city auditor voiced an opinion on how the only people who win after the defeat of the traffic cameras are speeders. As an American, and as one who was an elected official, you should be ashamed of yourself. Absolutely no one that fought to end the cameras ...

Speeders are winners with defeat of traffic camera issue

To the editor: The voters in East Liverpool have done their city a grievous act. When the traffic camera issue was defeated, only the abusers of speed laws were the winners. These are people with an inability to control themselves within the laws that have been set up to protect the ...