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Letters To Editor

To the Editor:

I had to chuckle when I read Stranger’s recent column on canoeing the Allegheny River. I loved it. That’s because it brought back cherished memories of the exact same spot he describes. It’s where we used to play on inner tubes as kids. And many thanks for publicizing the new location ...

A welcoming community?

The term “welcoming community” has appeared on local TV news reports out of Erie, PA recently. It became a popular term which appealed to, and has often been used by, governments, consultants, and many other parties with an interest in immigration. The term and its usage remains vague and ...

Humanitarian emergency?

The emergency is fostered by the liberals. Violence, poverty, drug cartels, lack of jobs are not listed reasons to seek asylum. 90% of asylum seekers do not show up for their hearings. There are 733k pending cases backlogged 2 years. Of 73k cases heard in 2016, only 20k were granted asylum. The ...

Readers Speak

Humanitarian emergency Celebrating freedom on Independence Day seems like an affront to the deplorable detention happening on our southern U.S. border! If it were a natural disaster like a forest fire or hurricane approaching we would establish safe and secure locations for ...

Readers Speak

Dear Editor, I am writing to provide clarification for your July 6th front page article titled “Gold Rush”. The gold colored polyurethane track pads pictured on the excavator were indeed produced locally. They were designed and manufactured by many of our 280 expert teammates at Superior ...

Readers Speak

Fake news and now stupid news President Trump has stated, actually read, or if you accept his account misread, that the Continental Army ‘took over the airports’ from the British Army during the American Revolutionary War. This statement should keep cartoonists, comedians and letter ...

Philharmonic

Dear Editor, We would like to thank the Philharmonic of Warren for the wonderful evening on June 27 that we attended. The performances were wonderful. Never were so lucky to hear such beautiful voices singing with male and female singers that were amazing. Their voices echoing downtown ...

June 20 flooding

Dear Editor, On June 20, during the major flooding on Second Street, three guys from the Youngsville Fire Department showed up in time to save my structure and totally-flooded basement. Those guys were a life-saver for us and it moved me so much that I donated my brand-new Honda powered ...

Winning

Dear Editor, Are we tired of “winning” yet? My president hopes not, however the one “win” he might claim is slowly fading. Not divisive issues like borders, Russia, missiles, size of crowds, or what the heck is Ivana doing? But the economy, estupido. Despite an upward, but ...

Bullies

Dear Editor, (A blustering, quarrelsome, overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates smaller or weaker humans.) “I’m agnostic, pro-choice and not a vet.” I’m told that we’re not born with racism, so that must mean bullies aren’t born bullies. Does that mean we ...

Let arts grow

Dear Editor, Thursday evening, the Warren Philharmonic and the Warren County Summer Music Program performed an exceptional community concert. This free outdoor concert brought out neighbors and friends to experience the charm of Warren and the pride we have in our community. There’s just ...

Humane society

Dear Editor, Sometimes it takes a special circumstance to prompt our actions; write a letter in support comes to mind. That circumstance is an abandoned dog in the neighborhood. After learning about the dog, a call was made to one of the PAWS’ board members, several hours before the ...

Unfavorable

Dear Editor, The June 25th Our Opinion gauges potential 2020 victory of Trump by crowd size at rallies and amount of money in campaign chests. I, on the other hand, go by the authentic 9 recent polls, including Reuters, Quinnipiac, and CNN where Trump averaged 43.8% Favorable and 52.2% ...

Trump’s 2020 platform?

Dear Editor, So let’s take a look at just a few issues which Mr. Trump probably won’t be focusing on in his efforts to rally enough voters to win re-election in 2020. A relentless disregard for truth and facts, with over 10,000 documented and demonstrably false statements over the ...

‘Pet Peeve’

Dear Editor, Hello, after reading your recent article about the Warren County Humane Society, I have some questions. I feel like the article was more fluff than anything. The humane society needs to start being more transparent like other shelters in the area. First of all, I understand ...

Farmers’ Market season

Dear Editor, It’s Farmers’ Market season in Warren, PA, and there are definitely many advantages to buying food at our farmers’ market. I have been encouraged to shop locally and support small local business. One way is supporting local farmers and small business owners. Local ...

‘Thank You’

Dear Editor, It is with great pleasure that we, the Board of Directors of the Tidioute Area Health & Dental Center, say “Thank You” to Robert E. Schwab, former President of the Board. Bob has stepped down from his position as President due to illness and we want him to know that ...

Iran

Dear Editor, “I want to know what it takes to remember when you know that you’ve heard it before, when a government lies to its people, and a country is drifting to war... I want to know who the men in the shadows are, I want to hear somebody asking them why, they can be counted on to ...

World Wide Web

Dear Editor, In today’s Times Observer, there is a front-page article on the state of Internet Service. Our area ranks the lowest in the region. We all know that Warren, PA is a quaint city that is difficult at times for visitors to come to. That is part of the charm of our city. We ...

Enantiodromia

Dear Editor, Washington noted that the two pillars upon which society rests are religion and morality, with each supporting the other. Widespread support of these pillars has changed into apathy within a large segment of our country. Many aspects of our culture including religion, ...