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Letter to the editor: 9th District - A dynasty or a diffference?
37 weeks ago -
Bill Shuster’s father held the 9th Congressional District seat for 28 years, plus Bill added 13 more for a total of over 40 years, creating a Shuster dynasty. Serving in Congress should be an honor and not a lifetime career. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Stewart Museum extends appreciation
37 weeks ago -
We would like to extend our deep appreciation to the many local people and organizations that played a role in the recent James M. Stewart Museum Foundation fundraiser ... [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Rep. Reed deserving of another House term
37 weeks ago -
In order to be as brief as possible, I will get directly to the point of my letter. I have read several letters supporting a change in the leadership of our representative to state government. The thing that struck me about those letters was the sincerity of the writers. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Don't dismiss role of state's teachers
37 weeks ago -
Mr. Randy Cornman (“Corbett, Reed will get my vote in election,” Oct. 1) has made up his mind on the single issue of the Second Amendment and gun rights; he will vote for Gov. Tom Corbett and state Rep. Dave Reed in November. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Regulations protect all of us
38 weeks ago -
Pennsylvania is endowed with important ingredients for a prosperous economy: not just coal and gas, but also a resilient workforce. [Read More]
GAZETTE EDITORIAL: Thanks to you, newspaper thrives GAZETTE EDITORIAL: Thanks to you, newspaper thrives
38 weeks ago -
With this being National Newspaper Week, we at the Gazette want to say thank you to all who turn to us as their reliable, accurate source of news and information. And you may be surprised to know that there are more readers of our content now than ever before in our newspaper’s history. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Discerning God's word
38 weeks ago -
Several letter writers have recently addressed the “Word of God,” especially as it speaks to the “sin” of homosexuality. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Against all odds
38 weeks ago -
I traveled to a Grant Township supervisors’ meeting about the proposed injection well that I had seen mentioned in The Indiana Gazette. At the meeting, a spokesman for the gas company said the company he represented wanted to be a “good neighbor.” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Do conservatives live in a fact-free world?
38 weeks ago -
After several readings of McClellan Blair’s Sept. 22 letter, “Liberals know pennies’ source,” the only fact I can detect is the author’s name. Here are a few facts for Mr. Blair to ponder. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Another magician waiting to be elected
38 weeks ago -
After watching and studying the first two gubernatorial debates, I experienced flashbacks to past elections and the unfulfilled promises and failed policies. We elected a president without substance based on “Hope and Change.” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Shelter's open, but support still needed
38 weeks ago -
Congratulations are in order to the Indiana County Humane Society and its many diverse supporters. The long-awaited animal shelter on Airport Road is now open and provides an environment designed from its inception with the needs of the animals and potential adopters in mind. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Making gas industry happier and richer
38 weeks ago -
In a recent letter, state Rep. Dave Reed dismissed critics of his voting record as part of an attack culture where “facts give way to opinion,” then painted a picture of a generous and environmentally conscious gas industry paying impact fees ... [Read More]
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