Category: Letter to the Editor

Letters To The Editor

Letter to the Editor Small Business Saturday is Saturday, November 25th.  Please save a few items from your Black Friday shopping list to purchase from your local businesses.  Those businesses not only have what you need, when you need it but give back to their community. As I browsed the Westbend newspaper this week, I…

Letter To The Editor

Too Much Whine Why are dimms the only ones who feel they can spew out outrageous insults to whomever they please when incidences do not coincide with their political beliefs ? We have a group of fascists showing up to quell someone’s free speech and these fascists come ready for battle. They bring bottles filled…

Letters To The Editor

When Johnny comes marching home again     I’ve been listening to the news again and wouldn’t you know it? The far right and the far left clashed in CharlotteSville, Virginia. Three died, six critical, and a dozen or more injured seriously. They want a statue of Robert E. Lee sitting atop his horse, Traveler,…

Letter To The Editor

Well here it is August sixth, the anniversary of our dropping the first atomic bomb during wartime. Now we have been getting threats from Japan’s neighbor to the northwest. The little fat dude in the pantsuit and a lousy haircut. He has been threatening the United States with a nuclear strike. For those readers who…

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor I just read the editorials on the director of the Chamber of Commerce refusal of announcing the Democratic Veterans float! I was in the parade pulling a display for the Flat Rock Creek Fall Festival, and she screwed up  announcing  the festival she’s the head of. OK, I wasn’t too concerned,…

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The current attempt by the Senate majority to secure the 51 votes necessary to approve an $800 billion cut to Medicaid, overturning the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and eliminating its Medicaid expansion, on a timetable designed to avoid any committee hearings or debate, will do great harm to thousands of Ohioans in Paulding County. Here…

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor, Last week in his letter about the Women’s March, Ken Barnes characterized the movement as a radical, violent group. Obviously he was under the influence of “alternative facts”.  There was passion, to be sure, but the world-wide march was well-planned, orderly and peaceful and the speakers for the most…

Letters to the Editor

Editor’s Note: We here at the West Bend News print all “Letters to the Editor” because we believe that everyone has a Constitutional right to freedom of the press.  In saying that, we do not necessarily agree with the content that is printed. We are just the messengers. The name of the person who wrote…

Letter to the Editor – all for This week

Letter to the Editor Here we go again the Clinton email fiasco is back on the front burner!! F.B.I. Director, James Comey has found new information concerning Hillary’s emails. It seems this time it is related to Hillary’s long time aide Huma Abedin and it may also involve her husband, Anthony Weiner. No one really…

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor This letter is to the residents of Paulding Village and Paulding County, served by Paulding EMS. My name is Con Shuherk and on Friday, June 17, 2016, I resigned my position as an EMT for the Village of Paulding. I have done this in response to the wrongful termination of Brandon…

Are The Recent OHSAA Rule Changes Consistent With Its Mission?

By: Jim Lowther, Matt McGowan Are the recent OHSAA rules changes consistent with its Mission? “The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s mission is to regulate and administer interscholastic athletic competition in a fair and equitable manner…” COMBINED ENROLLMENT The new rules treat cross country differently than the other 23 sports the OHSAA sponsors. For cross…

Letter to the Editor

The Right Thing To DoOn Saturday, January 3rd, I was taking down my Christmas tree and I heard the dog barking and the door bell ring. First, I went to the garage to get the dog in, but she wouldn’t come to me. I then hurried back to see who was at the front door.…