Letters

Thanks to woman who paid for groceries

Two days before Christmas I was in the checkout line at Hy-Vee and the lady behind me, Linda, surprised me and said, "I just paid for your groceries."

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Parties, food, entertainers good at Vets Home

This is a thank you for all at the Illinois Veterans Home who put on the Christmas parties.

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Most scams can be foiled by those who are prepared

To The Herald-Whig: Several scam reports in The Herald-Whig, on the TV and our experiences has prompted me to write a letter to the editor.

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Finding solution to climate crisis will take time, effort

Part of Mr. William Postle's letter on Dec. 27 is correct. HR 7173 and Senate versions of the Carbon Dividend Act won't solve climate change. They will only reduce the rate of the yearly increase of our greenhouse gas emissions.

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Tell lawmakers about opposition to medical marijuana

Since children are our future, I feel it would be nice if the church leaders would write to the governor and let him know their feelings on legalizing marijuana.

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NECAC among agencies that support housing programs

Ten years after the housing market crash, we are still a nation at risk. If we are not careful, we could find ourselves plunging head-first into a repeat crash.

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Governments should act to reduce climate change

"All aboard," yells the conductor, just before the train leaves the station. Everyone needs to be on board this train, the one that takes us toward responsible action regarding climate change.

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Return of coin purse is greatly appreciated

I would like to thank the person who found my coin purse at Sam's Club.

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Tax authorities obfuscate what amount to tax hikes

John Wood Community College Trustee Andy Sprague seems to think that raising the levy for JWCC by 3.9 percent is "not increasing the burden" on taxpayers. (That was the comment made in a story about JWCC's tax rate remaining unchanged.)

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Support for one-room school project much appreciated

Thank you to the community friends, teachers and businesses who gave contributions to the Adams County One Room School for new siding, doors and windows.