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What is objective may not be true
Editor, The News: Culture is the lived, conscious and unconscious principles, animating its denizens’ actions.
Police chief’s efforts help to thwart ATVs
Editor, the News: I would like to publicly acknowledge New Castle’s chief of police, Bobby Salem, for aggressively addressing the all-terrain vehicle problem in our neighborhood.
Local dentist lauded as true humanitarian
Editor, The News: With the passing of Dr. James Paige, New Castle has lost not only an excellent dentist but a great humanitarian.
Treatment of veterans is disgrace to nation
Editor, The News: What is or has been happening in the Veterans Affairs Department is, to me, a national disgrace and a slap in the face to all veterans who served honorably.
State budget costs hurt economic growth
Editor, The News: John K. Manna’s recent column (“Lagging Revenues Create Budget Woes,” June 9) says chronic taxpayer burdens like our $50 billion state pension liability or welfare spending have nothing to do with our current budget shortfall.
Schools are cut back but not administration
Editor, The News: School enrollment is down.
County needs ideas for boosting turnout
Editor, The News: According to unofficial figures from the website for Lawrence County, very few citizens turned out to vote in the primary election on May 20.
Letter writers lack facts amid claims
Editor, The News: There is a big difference in understanding what is true and what is outright false.
New Lockley facility needs traffic control
Editor, The News: I cannot understand why.
Blundo offers inspiring program at church
Editor, The News: I am writing this letter to express my feelings about Ralph Blundo, the New Castle basketball coach.
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