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Letters To The Editor

A public thank you for helping his father

To the editor: Alzheimer’s is an awful disease. To witness a loved one travel this path is a deep hurtful pain I wish on no one. In the advance stages, like my father’s, they crave routines. With great anticipation they look forward to the mailman delivering mail and, yes, garbage ...

Thoughts from former Board of Elections administrator

To the editor: As a retired elections administrator for the Columbiana County Board of Elections this is a communique that I thought I would never consider to write with reference to the non-stop nonsense of how fraud and ballot tampering occurred nationwide in the last election. The false ...

Where are our political leaders?

To the editor: I have seen tremendous support and love shown to the nurses of East Liverpool City Hospital from the community. But their support has made blatantly clear the absence of one very influential group. Where are all our political leaders? Their silence is loud and clear. They are ...

Welcoming the New Baby

To the editor: A new baby is always a welcome joy to the family — the innocence, the helplessness and the noise — are memories parents hold in their hearts forever. Can you imagine being Mary and Joseph? All they wanted to do was to be married and have a life together. But God, the ...

Our elections require informed voters

To the editor: Friends and neighbors and all those concerned about the outcome of the Nov. 3 election: The news media has been pointing out that “Sleepy Joe Biden” has six million more votes than Donald Trump. Trump claims this result was brought about because of massive voter fraud. Let ...

Nurses are heroes and essential to our communities

To the editor: One of the most monumental figures in my life is my Auntie Mar. I was the youngest of five and was being raised by a single mother. My Auntie Mar was a superhero in my life in helping buy school clothes for five kids, sending cards for every holiday, and taking us to the movies. ...