Letters

Press needs to be fair in coverage

To the editor: In reference to John Krull's column ("Start doing something meaningful," Oct. 28, A4), there is so much corruption in...
Outdoor sports bring many benefits to Indiana wildlife

To the editor: Lack of suitable wildlife habitat, not hunting, causes scarcity of wildlife. Indiana’s monoculture of corn, soybeans and dense hardwood...
Letter: Extension Homemakers grateful for help

To the editor: Hancock County Extension Homemakers wish to thank the following people who contributed to the success and pleasure of the 2017 Riley Festival...
All must work together to keep the Ricks open

In a recent article, the headlines screamed, “Curtains Closing?” (Sept. 23, A1.) My immediate reaction was simply this: Why? I, like many...
Letter: Means of protest should include choices at ballot box

To the editor: Thank you, Michael Adkins, for your column on the meaning of protest ("Form of protest can muddy the message," Oct. 19, A6.)...
Letter: Area fortunate to have top-notch sports coverage

To the editor: One of the primary reasons we are longtime subscribers to the Greenfield Daily Reporter is the Hancock County high school sports coverage. We...
Redistricting deserves attention

To the editor: In 2020, the United States will undertake the Census per Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution of the...
Letter: Dwindling wildlife population doesn’t support hunting

To the editor: Why would anyone want to hunt these days? 200 years ago, all sorts of wild animals roamed freely around this part of...
Letter: Who promotes media ethics? The media you’re blaming

To the editor: David Hill’s Oct. 5 response letter ("Condemning press for lack of integrity not the real problem," A6) to Mr. Schafer’s Sept. 26...
Letter: Commission made right choice to support downtown theater

To the editor: On Sept. 10, I witnessed the finest in local politics when the Hancock County Tourism Commission voted to approve the grant request...

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