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Letters to the Editor

Words throughout history

To the Editor, Sentences that resonate throughout history. Historically, millions of words are written and millions of words are spoken only to be remembered in bits and pieces. Patrick Henry: “Give me liberty or give me death.” Wish granted. Veni, vidi vici: Julius Caesar in a quick ...

Zoning variance encouraged

To the Editor, All across West Virginia, communities welcome investment, job creation and opportunities for economic growth. In recent years, it’s been oil and natural gas producers, pipeline operators and the small businesses in the supply chain, as well as manufacturers and power ...

Support project in Weirton

To the Editor, I have been a commercial real estate developer in Weirton for more than 20 years. My experience tells me that Southwestern Energy’s proposed well pad is a good project for Weirton. Over the years, my developments have contributed more than $100,000 in tax revenue inside ...

More preparation needed

To the Editor, If our children at Weir High are exposed to a positive case, they will be forced to quarantine and be sent home. The school is considering this an absence and there is no protocol in place for these children to learn virtually while not in school and your child will then have ...

Dire thoughts on the rise

To the Editor, America has a habit of getting into wars it doesn’t want to win, by drawing lines in the sand not to go beyond. Korea, Vietnam, in Iraq we got to the walls of the city and quit. Now we’re into a war on terrorism, where shall we draw the line? First question, why would ...

A concern for the city

To the Editor, I want to reach out to every citizen in Weirton to have them contact their respective council person and tell them not to support Southwestern Energy’s proposal for mineral extraction on the Park Drive property. I do want to congratulate and thank the Weirton Water Board, ...