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Letters

  • The truth about Easter

    Most people now think that Easter is all about the Easter bunny, Easter eggs and bunnies. But it’s not.
    Easter is all about the one and only Jesus Christ. Parents just aren’t teaching their kids about the true meaning of Easter anymore, but they need to. Easter is all about the day that Jesus rose out of the tomb where he spent three days and three nights.
    God told him that he was to rise from that tomb, and like the noble Christian he was, he followed his father’s order.

  • World is getting more corrupt

    Our economy is bad and our world is corrupt.
    When I was growing up, life was bad. But now it seems like the world is coming to an end because people are killing each other and drug dealers are getting away with murder.
    The president needs to do something before it is too late.

    Therine Jr. Miller
    Lancaster
     

  • Do-gooders are at it again

    The do-gooders are alive and well. Just read an article in that metropolitan daily that two women have a campaign to remove the food color in Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. Seems they figure the added colors are a health hazard.
    I do remember a time when some do-gooder wanted to remove the caramel color from soft drinks. Why, that was just laughed to death. Who in the world would pay good money for bottled water?
     
    W. B. Evans
    Lancaster
     

  • Time to bring jobs back to America

    I’ve read where gas is going to cost us almost $5 a gallon by summer. How have we allowed this to happen?
    England has paid high gas prices for years. So, I guess we must do the same. Yet, we broke away from the mother country hundreds of years ago.
    In America, we once did our own drilling. We had industries. We had jobs.
    Now, what has happened? Instead, our drilling, industries and jobs have gone overseas – in search of cheap labor.
    We need to bring back drilling and industries.

  • Writer applauds Whittlesey’s column

    Franklin Whittlesey’s guest column, “Gun-ban effort infringes on our right to bear arms,” in the March 1 edition of The Lancaster News was thought-provoking in several ways. I felt as though I learned a lot by reading his comments. Then on March 15, letter writer Robert Gilliberti suggested more research on Whittlesey’s part.
    I am not sure what subject needed clarification, but the home-schoolers in this family benefited from the firearms history mentioned in his article.

  • Craig seeks information for project

    Lancaster native and civil rights historian Jamaal Craig is seeking people from Lancaster who attended the historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
    He seeks to conduct oral and video interviews for a project commemorating the 50th anniversary of the march that will be celebrated this August.

  • Memory Lane Cruisers car show to honor HOPE

    The time has changed, spring is springing, and the old cars are starting to come out of their winter homes.
    Memory Lane Cruisers of Lancaster is one of the oldest car clubs around. We were established in 1998 and we are still going strong. Memory Lane Cruisers was begun to promote an interest in classic cars to keep their memory alive.
    Memory Lane also wants to introduce new generations to the beauty of older cars, when you could actually tell the type of car just by looking at it.

  • Smoking ordinance has positive impact

    Members of the Lancaster County Health & Wellness Commission feel the response to the implementation of the county smoking ordinance has been overwhelmingly positive.
    Several restaurants changed to smoke-free at the beginning of this year or prior to the March 1 compliance date.
    The process of developing and implementing the county smoking ordinance has taken more than four years.
    The U.S. Surgeon General’s 2010 report verified that there is no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke.

  • Family appreciates Valvoline employees

    On Thursday, March 14, 2013,  we celebrated the life of our grandmother who was affectionately known by many as “Mrs. Polly.” On our way to the cemetery after the service we were riding by Valvoline Express on U.S. 521 and noticed the kind employees. They stood at the front of the business, put their hats on the ground and bowed their heads in respect of the family.
    We were so appreciative of their upmost respect they had for complete strangers. They are a perfect example of how we should be.

  • Writer: Why attack a company that is hiring

    I read Jane Tanners letter. “Red Ventures located in Indian Land, not Fort Mill,” in the March 15 edition of The Lancaster News, and I’m still trying to figure out her gripe. Who cares where they say they are? The company uses a Fort Mill mailing address because I would guess there is no post office in Indian Land to get the large quantity of business mail it receives. I Googled post offices in Indian Land and the Fort Mill Post Office came up.