Letters

As mayor, VanCamp won't play politics

To The Herald-Whig: I feel compelled to set the record straight as to why I ran for 6th Ward alderman in 2013. I originally had no intention of running for alderman in 2013. Although I am a registered Democrat, I consider myself to be an independent becau

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Dennis Williams, Teen Reach and Quincy deserve a hand

To The Herald-Whig: It was interesting to read the background on Dennis Williams, who is personally trying to keep Teen Reach alive and serving the Quincy community. Because of the lack of state funding, Williams went many months without compensation in o

Letters

Thanks for birthday open house

I would like to thank all the friends and relatives who attended my 80th birthday open house.

Letters

City should tell us where water funds went

Some time ago, articles appeared in The Herald-Whig regarding some vitally needed repairs at Quincy's drinking water treatment plant and the wastewater treatment plant.

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Violent protests after election flout federal law

As a senior citizen, I am a product of the 1960s. There are '60s-style protests still occurring in the U.S.

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Moore made hard choices that were necessary

To The Herald-Whig: I have repeatedly asked the VanCamp campaign to stop using my name in conjunction with his ads. Thus far, to no avail. I guess they think it helps them. Please know, they are using my name without authorization and I believe there are

Letters

Lovelace trial brought tears, riveting testimony

To The Herald-Whig: We all experience those rare moments in life when we are moved to tears, be they happy or mournful. Not expecting such a reaction attending a murder trial caught both my wife and me way off guard while observing nearly every day of the

Letters

Trump's comments, actions diminish his presidency

To The Herald-Whig: William Mussetter is right in his soapbox letter saying the office of president deserves respect. Unfortunately, the man occupying this office, due to his comments and actions, has lost mine.   Al Witte Quincy

Letters

Ipson has right skill set, attitude for Hannibal council position

To The Herald-Whig: Gordon Ipson is running for councilman in the Hannibal 5th Ward. I have known Gordon for over 11 years. Gordon has lived in Hannibal for approximately nine years. Gordon is extremely knowledgeable in community and economic development.

Letters

Ipson will go extra mile on Hannibal council

To The Herald-Whig: I'm writing this letter in support of Gordon Ipson for 5th Ward Hannibal city councilman. I've known Gordon for a number of years, starting back when I was Hannibal tourism director. When I started working for Northeast Missouri Econom