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READERS' VIEWS: Use Lottery to fund services for the blind

Editor, Recently, as the director of development and public relations for Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania, I accompanied our executive director, Danette Blank, to the state Capitol to assist in a day of visits to our state … more

READERS' VIEWS: The bigotry you spout is stupid

Editor, Wow. Reading some of the posts from people hiding behind Sound Off, spewing their hate against gay people and the black community ... Cowards. You do know that is what you are, correct? If I were God, I would gladly accept a gay … more

READERS' VIEWS: Outlaw "Redskins?'' Let's not stop there ...

Editor, Here are some other politically correct issues to consider: I agree with our Native American population. I am highly insulted by the racially charged name of the Washington Redskins. One might argue that to name a professional … more

Librarians are vital to schools

  Editor,   I apologize that I have been asleep at the wheel. While I have known that the situation regarding a certified librarian at Middletown Area High School has been an issue for several years, I naively assumed that this … more

READERS' VIEWS: Thanks for the coverage

  Editor, We greatly appreciate your newspaper spread of our donkey basketball event in your publication (Press And Journal, #outandabout, May 7).This newspaper distribution and online article are great representations of how truly … more

Vets deserve better care

  Editor,   The Veterans Administration has been caught with its pants down. VA Medical Centers all across the country are under investigation, a scandal that should not have happened.   Forty-plus veterans died … more

Vitriol threatens to destroy our town's good qualities

  Editor,   Middletown Borough Council member Anne Einhorn’s column in the April 30 edition (“Vitriol runs rampant in Middletown,’’ Viewpoints) was outstanding.   Her message regarding the current state of … more

READERS' VIEWS: Frenzy killed bill in Arizona

  Editor, On Feb. 26, as the gay community marched in the streets of Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, opposing Senate Bill 1062, Arizona Gov. Janet Brewer was holding a nationally televised news conference announcing that she was … more

READERS' VIEWS: Frey Village's unfair ban

  Editor, Frey Village Retirement Center in Middletown has had a wonderful reputation for many years in our community, but in the last several years things have been in an uproar. I don’t want you to think that I am a disgruntled … more

Readers' Views: Preserve cyber school funds

  Editor, Why would you cut cyber school funding? Funding already has been drastically cut. Cyber education plays an important role in a growing number of children’s lives in Pennsylvania. In fact, more than 42,000 students are … more
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