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Political letters deadline set Political letters deadline set
3 days ago -
Monday, May 1, at 5 p.m. is the deadline to submit letters related to the May 16 primary election. [Read More]

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Letter to the Editor: Columnist shows disregard for poor Letter to the Editor: Columnist shows disregard for poor
5 weeks ago -
Several years ago during a Republican Party debate, the moderator asked candidate Ron Paul that if a person was deathly ill and didn’t have health insurance, should we just let him die? Before Paul could answer, a loudmouth in the audience shouted “YES!” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Teaching, not building, means the most Letter to the Editor: Teaching, not building, means the most
6 weeks ago -
Glad to see today the Gazette print a second story reflecting viewpoints of others attending Monday’s school board meeting. A recent article made no mention of the number of citizens in attendance, eight who spoke during public comment all opposed to the school project and debt. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Cutting educator positions is a bad move Letter to the Editor: Cutting educator positions is a bad move
6 weeks ago -
It seems a very sad time for most of the community when it comes to our students and teachers in the public school system. In an age where we are seeing pingpong tables replace handwriting in class, and bigger buildings replace valuable teachers, we have to ask ourselves where we went wrong. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Offended by the Ten Commandments? Letter to the Editor: Offended by the Ten Commandments?
6 weeks ago -
There are a few people in America who take offense to displays of the Ten Commandments. They demand that they be taken down from around schools, removed from courthouses or wherever the Ten Commandments are found. Let’s think about this for a moment. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Florida contingent roots for Saltsburg Letter to the Editor: Florida contingent roots for Saltsburg
7 weeks ago -
Besides the Saltsburg fans in Indiana County, there is quite a Florida following here in the Lake Wales area. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Misinformation abounds on IASD plan Letter to the Editor: Misinformation abounds on IASD plan
7 weeks ago -
There has been a lot of misinformation bandied about over the past six months or so regarding the proposed megaschool project in the Indiana Area School District. [Read More]
How to send your letter to the editor How to send your letter to the editor
7 weeks ago -
Letters to the editor may be submitted online, by email or by postal mail to Mike Petersen, editorial page editor. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Don't count Clarion University out yet Letter to the Editor: Don't count Clarion University out yet
7 weeks ago -
As a proud alumnus of Clarion University, I am somewhat dismayed at the negative publicity that has appeared recently during state budget hearings in Harrisburg. You would think that Clarion University is about to close or is shaky at best. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Let vote up to next board Letter to the Editor: Let vote up to next board
8 weeks ago -
With the closing of election petitions for school board in the Indiana Area School District, the existing school directors should vote to take no action on the mega-school project until after the primary election in May. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Time to end property taxes Letter to the Editor: Time to end property taxes
8 weeks ago -
I anxiously await the vote on Senate Bill 76. I believe that most who understand this bill are very clear on its purpose. SB 76 eliminates school property taxes. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: State police and municipal coverage Letter to the Editor: State police and municipal coverage
8 weeks ago -
The state police commissioner, Col. Tyree C Blocker, recently reported it costs the state police (taxpayers) $600 million a year to provide full-time police services to nearly 1,300 municipalities with 2.5 million residents or $234 per capita. [Read More]
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