Letters to the Editor

Description goes here


Letter: Lifting up civic duty

Two columnists from two completely different geographic and political sections of the country, and both understand the importance of civic involvement and political duty, and not just for the biased and trend-following portion of our urban population.
Read More

Letter: A societal oddity

Isn’t it ironic that South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg qualifies to be president of the United States but couldn’t be employed as a counselor at Roncalli High School?
Read More

Letter: Writer misunderstood Indiana Forest Alliance

Mr. Moistner calls the Indiana Forest Alliance a “conflict industry” that only exists to fight. Actually, the IFA and the Indiana Hardwood Lumbermen’s Association began a dialogue in good faith; while we still disagree on some matters, we agree on others.
Read More

Letter: Time to move away from high-stakes tests

Currently, school success is tied to student performance on high-stakes tests, like ISTEP 10. Our outdated, one-size-fits-all graduation and diploma system limits student potential and does not fully prepare every kid for life after high school.
Read More

Letter: Restore bias bill

In today’s economy, the best way to build a broader tax base and a more dynamic business community is to embrace a diverse workforce.
Read More