×

Letters to the Editor

Celebration set for Rosie the Riveters

Dear pastors, choir directors, choir members, church members or members of the community at large, On Labor Day, Sept. 6 from noon until 1 p.m. there will be a celebration for Rosie the Riveters (Those women who were employed in the home front doing any type of defense work during World War ...

Official: Tire recycling events much needed

My name is Clark Martin and I am chairman of the Randolph County Solid Waste Authority. I am writing to you concerning the tire recycling project which has been put on by REAP for many years now. REAP is apart of DEP. It was halted in 2020 due to the pandemic. There are a smattering of ...

Reader has questions about football fields

In June when I heard the Randolph County Board meeting would address the new football field. I decided to attend the meeting. New to the procedure, I accept responsibility for failing to follow protocol. One must sign in to speak and, due to some vision problems, I was unable to see the ...

Official: Please attend redistricting hearings

The West Virginia Constitution requires Congressional and Legislative boundary lines to be drawn every 10 years utilizing U.S. Census data to indicate changes in population. Despite Census delays at the federal level, public hearings throughout the state will allow residents to weigh in on the ...

Readers object to syndicated column

Anti-racism is not a liberal or conservative value, but it should be an American value. Over the last few years misinformation has consumed social and mainstream media. Discerning fact from fiction and legitimate and illegitimate news sources has become an everyday challenge. Information is ...

Top officials being coddled by media?

How much longer will the far left media let Biden, Harris and their lackey dogs go on lying to us? Like cosmic rays that bombard the atmosphere we get hammered with faux “facts” day after day. The salivating over these two and the major players in Congress (you know who they are) is ...