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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Thank you for your tribute to Editor Tom Phillips published int he Sunday, Sept. 4, edition of the Breeze-Courier. Mr. Phillips, of the Pana News-Palladium and Mr. Ed Ovca, Sr., of the Nokomis Free Press-Progress, were the first editors to publish my submissions. The summer of 1962, my dad announced he had accepted…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, To the person who made the accusations against the Langleyville Public Water District in Tuesday’s paper, you should know all the facts before you make all the accusations. The water district owned the community center and was advertised for bids. We only had one person who made a bid. As for the lots,…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Help save the Christian County Health Department. I have intimate knowledge of the past two years of operation as I was one of the Public Health Covid 19 Response Team Members. I say “Team Member” because it took all of us to perform the duties required of us by both the CDC and…

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Dear Editor, To Mr. Eric Murray, thanks for your one sided opinion. Susan Estrich can say what she wants. It’s called freedom of speech. Sincerely, Sylvia Nelson

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Dear Editor, After reading Susan Estrich’s opinion piece, “Liz Cheney for President” (Thursday 14 August), I’m baffled as to why you continue to pay for her opinion pieces! If you are paying more than a nickel for this dribble, your not getting your money’s worth! Although her resume appears to display some level of intelligence,…

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Dear Editor; Each day, I drive down Elm Street, coming to town. Behind the VFW a subdivision of “affordable homes” is being built. Each day, I have a myriad of questions, some of which may have been answered in the Breeze-Courier at a much earlier time. Who is building this subdivision? Are they a local…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Why is gas 30¢, 40¢ and even 50¢ higher in Taylorville. Rochester is $3.99; Springfield, in the $3.60 to $3.70 range. Decatur, $3.99. When people leave town for gas, they likely will spend money on groceries and other needed items. That takes money out of town . Does not help the campaign for…

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Dear Editor, Most Americans — and most Christians — don’t want religious doctrine dominating our laws. So how did we get here? It’s because a small group of right-wing billionaires didn’t want to pay their taxes, wanted to get rid of their unions and didn’t want regulation of the pollution from their refineries and other…

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, We are so lucky in Taylorville to have Springfield Clinic Taylorville, Dunn’s Ambulance, our fire department and Taylorville Memorial Hospital available when needed for medical help. My husband has been under medical care for 3 weeks and I can’t thank these folks enough! The level of care they provide is above and beyond.…

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Letter to the Editor

In regards to the recent speak out entry, this is not the beginning of the end of our local school system. Not passing this will however solidify the continuing down spiral of opportunities for the kids of our district. Whoever submitted this needs to read the article that starts on the front page of Sundays…

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