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Letters to the Editor

Thanks from the The Way Station

To the editor: The Way Station hosted its annual Thanksgiving meal Wednesday, Nov. 24 at the Upper Room Fellowship. The meal kicked off just shortly at 4:30 p.m. with the introduction of the event’s guest servers: Prosecutor Vito Abruzzino, Judge Scott and Kay Washam, Judge Katelyn Dickey, ...

We need to return to energy self-sufficiency

To the editor: Energy is the backbone of the economy of the United States of America. Quite frankly, I don’t trust politicians to meddle with such an important part of our Republic. Let me share an example of what I call stupidity or just plain ignorance in implementing our federal ...

In support of the city and the mayor

To the editor: I was delighted to read in the local newspapers that Salem’s ytd 2021 tax receipts are markedly better than anticipated despite the difficulties which most of the nation’s communities are experiencing with the lingering effects of the Covid 19 pandemic. Let’s hope that the ...

Heart of our downtown needs a commitment

To the editor: We are writing to the citizens today because we know you are Salem supporters. Salem Preservation needs your help to meet a challenge for our McCulloch Park restoration project. The downtown of any community is considered the “Living Room” of that city. This is true in ...

Paying homage today to an unknown soldier

To the editor: The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, has instituted a Centennial Project to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sacred site at Arlington National Cemetery. On November 11th at 11 a.m. all citizens are requested to stop what they are doing. All ...

Salem Township Trustee responds

To the editor: Recently there have been some allegations regarding decisions made in the past by Salem Township Trustees. In the matter of action taken of our township constable, the trustees acted solely on the legal advice received from the Columbiana County Prosecutor’s ...