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Letters to the editor

Words do not mask agenda

After voters passed amendment 1 and thus added to the West Virginia Constitution that there is no protected right to an abortion or the government funding of abortion, the usual assortment of crusaders have emerged from the shadows to champion the cause of ending the lives of helpless babies. ...

A Veterans Day salute

As a Wood County citizen and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 15 member, I wish to thank everyone that participated in the Veterans Day parade and ceremonies held at the City Park. Area residents showed their appreciation by being part of the largest attendance seen in recent years. Respect and ...

Noise must be eliminated

In reference to Jim Weigle’s comments in an article in the Nov. 17 News and Sentinel about the screeching noise from Eramet, I could not agree more. It is a great disturbance to our life and to our sleep. I live about one mile off Rt. 7 in Ohio, a few miles up the road from Eramet. In the ...

Put energy into renewables

The economic reality is that the full transition to renewables just makes sense. Asset management company Lazard, LTD has just released its annual Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) study. Lazard “surveys energy buildouts that occurred in the previous year and divides the estimated cost of ...

Thank you to Edison Middle School

Many thanks to the Edison Middle School students, teachers and staff for the patriotic display honoring veterans on Monday morning at the corner of Rayon Drive and Gihon Road. It was inspiring to see their banner thanking veterans, waving flags and waving to the traffic. Also, it was ...

Just stick to the facts

This is in reference to comments made by Mr. Michael Seely, president of the board of directors of the Wood County Senior Citizen Association, Inc. On Thursday, Nov. 8, members brought concerns to the Wood County Commissioners in hopes that a suitable agreement could be reached with the board ...