Loss of historian felt by community
Once again reading a letter to the editor encourages me to respond. I like the fact that Al Gore gave up on global warming and now touts global climate change. I also remember the acid rain scare. And for my vegan friends, I quote Romans 14:2.
I just want to thank you sincerely for the nice write-up about our community theatre, the Opera House Theatre Players of Jefferson, in The Good Life magazine.
Editor's Note: The estimated individual travel cost for a migrant caravan's journey to the U.S. border is $1,000 each, not $100,000 each, as originally stated in the letter.
I’ve always thought of public libraries as the supreme example of government at its most benign. They’re egalitarian, require no fee for service, and exist solely to serve the needs of the general public. That was true over 50 years ago when I first started using my local library, and it is …
Mr. Boersma, I’d like to add some context to your remark that Democrats “bled and died to preserve slavery.” While technically accurate, the faction of Democrats in the states that formed the Confederacy were almost entirely a different group of the overall national party. Hence the reason w…
I read with interest the editorial concerning Steve King by George Smith. In the eye of God no person, let alone a race, is superior to another, but we are different. My understanding is that Mr. King agrees. His contention is that our society is founded on white, Christian principles stemmi…
I’ve lived in the Marshall area for 13 years. I’m a retired navy officer who has lived in many places, and I can tell you that the current animal shelter would be appalling even in a country less developed than the U.S. Most people seem to agree that it should be replaced, but with what?
We always appreciate feedback from our community and feel it is important for us to take this opportunity to reiterate our continued commitment to Marshall, Harrison County and to those we have served for many years.
Your feature article telling the story Gertrude Jenkins in Sunday’s News Messenger was outstanding. I remember Miss Gertrude during the years she was head custodian at William B. Travis School. She was a valuable and unforgettable “fixture” in what she referred to as “her school.”