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Letters to the editor

December 14, 2014 Stop blame game and move on DEAR EDITOR: I knew from the beginning when I heard about the shooting in Ferguson, Mo. more »»


December 7, 2014 ‘Love Thy Past’ and be true to yourself DEAR EDITOR: You have to have a past to open a door to a future. No matter if your past is sad, imperfect, memorable or great. more »»


November 30, 2014 Schools can’t take away art, gym classes DEAR EDITOR: I was reading an article in a recent edition of the Tribune where it says, “Art, gym class at risk?” Taking away these classes would put our... more »»

Letters to the Editor

November 28, 2014 Remember first responders this winter DEAR EDITOR: As the chaplain of the Hayes Crossing / Halneman, Ky. more »»


November 23, 2014 Library appreciates levy passage DEAR EDITOR: The McKinley Library Board of Trustees would like to thank the residents of the McKinley Memorial Library district for their overwhelming support of the... more »»


November 16, 2014 Congratulations on performance DEAR EDITOR: I want to congratulate the Chamber Choir Committee of District V Chamber Choir Festival Concert, Ohio Music Education Association for the outstanding... more »»


November 9, 2014 Residents’ support is appreciated Dear Editor: Since this is Community Foundation Week (Nov. more »»

Social Security raise a slap in the face

November 2, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: The Social Security raise that will be given come January 2015 from our politicians of this country is a slap in the face. We are the generation that paid into this. more »»

Families also are victims of crime

November 2, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: I would like to write about the victims of crime people seem to forget. Yes, there are whole families that are into crime; then there our others that are as innocent as the victim. more »»

Crime isn’t only in 6th Ward

November 2, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: I attended the meeting that Councilwoman Saffold held Oct. 22 in reference to surveillance cameras being put in high crime areas, particularly in the 6th War. more »»

‘Crime wave’ story misleading

November 2, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: Your October 5, 2014, front page story “Crime Wave Has Residents on Alert” may have misled some readers. more »»

JD Williams represents best of Trumbull County

October 30, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: JD Williams represents the best of Trumbull County and will be an excellent county commissioner. more »»

Gun rights issue in race for state representative

October 30, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: State Rep. more »»

Cantalamessa should get nod

October 30, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: I've read with interest the letters to the Tribune regarding the Mahoning / Trumbull Labor Council's endorsement of Mr. Mauro Cantalamessa for Trumbull County Commissioner. more »»

Williams is man of integrity

October 30, 2014 DEAR EDITOR: Chances are that most Trumbull County citizens can't name even one county commissioner. All they know is the commissioners have always been Democrats and that's good enough for them. more »»


October 26, 2014 TCTC is a good investment DEAR EDITOR: There are many requests of Trumbull County taxpayers in every election, but I feel none is more important than the renewal levy for the Trumbull Career and... more »»


October 19, 2014 Cantalamessa keeps worrisome company Dear Editor: They say a man is measured by the company he keeps. more »»

Letters to the editor

October 12, 2014 Public shouldn’t pay for charter schools DEAR EDITOR: Fifteen years have passed since Ohio’s Supreme Court ruled that property tax, based on funding for public schools, is unconstitutional. more »»

Pillich packs punch for protection reforms

October 7, 2014 DEAR EDITOR, The Democratic candidate for Ohio treasurer, Connie Pillich, is right to support adding an independent inspector general for the office and modifying the duties of the office’s internal... more »»

Letters to the Editor

October 5, 2014 O’Brien does not represent status quo DEAR EDITOR: The Sunday, Sept. 28 edition of the Tribune included a letter to the editor. more »»



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