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Letters to the Editor

What about all the other non-Lordstown workers who have lost jobs?

To the editor: I applaud the continued support and compassion for the laid off GM employees. These individuals have been offered buyouts as well as the opportunity to transfer to other GM facilities. I found the support by our Republican and Democratic elected officials somewhat ...

What about the rights of an unborn child?

To the editor: God gave us death, but for death he gave us our greatest treasure, children. It takes on average a jury less than two weeks to decide the fate of a convicted murderer. The average return policy of a purchased item at a store is thirty days or less. Yet, the Supreme Court ...

Americans must have a clear picture of what is happening

To the editor: I cover financial markets for a living, and I've become accustomed to encountering dreary data about the current condition of the United States. I could provide an entire book's worth of data, but someone has already done that work for me, and he's even running for president in ...

Gratitude expressed for Salem Schools, community

Gratitude expressed for Salem Schools, community To the editor: From grade three until graduation in 1952 I received my education in the Salem School System. Since then I earned undergraduate and graduate college degrees and eventually taught 25 years in higher education. I am writing this ...

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Appreciates gesture by the Salem Honor Guard To the editor: I would like to thank the Salem Honor Guard for honoring my dad (Daniel Sanor) at his memorial service on Feb. 8. I had never been at a service in which the honor guard was present and it was a beautiful ceremony and send off for my ...

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Salem Rotary Foundation continues to serve To the editor: The trustees of the Salem Rotary Foundation met on Jan. 15, 2019, to reorganize. Officers elected to serve the Salem Rotary Foundation for the year of 2019 were George W.S. Hays, president; Shelby Mingus, vice president; Frank A. ...

Thanks for those supporting the Salvation Army

To the editor: Because of the generosity of our community, the Salvation Army was able to make this Christmas season more joyful for 200 families, over 400 children this past holiday season. We appreciate each person’s contribution, whether time, talent or resources. In particular, we ...

Church Women United will distribute mattresses to needy

To the editor: Church Women United of Salem has ordered a truckload of 128 mattresses to give away to needy families in Salem whose children are sleeping on the floor. The mattresses are set to arrive in February and we have been able to acquire a flat sheet, fitted sheet, blanket and ...

“SPS: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed”

To the editor: As National Catholic Schools Week begins, I again feel compelled to write in support of St. Paul School (SPS), operating in Salem since 1904. A retired public-school educator, SPS Class of 1962 graduate, and proud member of our St. Paul School Family, I am delighted this ...

CCCTC Adult Education Center: Thanks to MAC Trailer

To the editor: Columbiana County Career and Technical Center (CCCTC) Adult Education Welding program would like to recognize MAC Trailer at both its Alliance and Salem locations for being an exemplary example of the business community supporting education. CCCTC would like to thank MAC ...

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Very happy with their stay at ‘Stables’ To the editor: The weekend of the ice storm (Nov. 11-17) we had no power. Our power went out at 2:15 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15. We slept all night at our home on the 15th. The house was so cold the next morning we went to “Stables,” it is part ...

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For shame David Johnson! To the editor: Should David Johnson resign as chairman of the Columbiana County Republican Party? He absolutely should, for blaming the California fires on liberals. Democrats control every office in California and kept the forests friendly to spotted owls and ...

ROC invites community to Christmas service

To the editor: I am writing on behalf of the ROC of Salem. The ROC is a Christian youth ministry located on South Lundy Avenue in Salem. Our goal is to reach young people with the message of Jesus Christ and get involved in a church youth group. We are not linked to any one particular church. ...

Consider local options this holiday season

The “official” holiday shopping season is finally here and with it comes many questions and choices. What color sweater should I buy for Grandma? What size slippers does Dad wear? Cash or credit? And do I venture out to enjoy the sounds and sights of the season in stores or do I sit ...

Donations to United Way help with local needs

To the editor: At this time of year we all get flooded with requests from charities for donations, and it can be overwhelming to know where your dollars will help the most. This year, please consider our local United Way. Our local United Way is one of 1,300 independent United Ways across ...

Passing along responsibility of murals

To the editor: In the past few years, since the inception of my “Murals of Salem” idea and under the auspices of the Salem Preservation Society, my associates and I have produced and hung seven murals. Our first mural, “The Stark Electric Railway Company,” hung on the original ...

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State representative candidate clarifies record To the editor: I wish to set the record straight regarding the Journal’s election coverage. In the paper dated Wednesday, Nov. 7, it was reported that I was not available to comment on the election results. I was available that evening, ...

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Fighting drug abuse with education and rehabilitation To the editor: “Today in the news we report a 10-year-old boy has tragically died after accidentally touching fentanyl, which was left on the floor by his parents.” Yes, this is real. Yes, it happens almost every day inflicting death ...

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Infant mortality rate is big concern To the editor: Maria is the mother to her prematurely born son, Ryan. After spending almost 40 days in the neonatal intensive care unit, Ryan is finally able to come home for the first time. After just a few days of adjusting to his new surroundings in ...

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Crestview teacher:  Our school is falling apart To the editor: Voters in the Crestview School District will wake up on Election Day with a choice. They can vote “yes” on a bond issue to fund $5.2 million of Crestview Local School District’s building project. The other option is ...