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Today's Opinions

  • Letter: Thanks to those who helped at event

    The Intercessory Church of Prayer held a community appreciation event April 23.
    Many people came to help make the appreciation successful. We thank the community for their presence and their fellowship. We thank the church’s family and the community for help with this event.
    Rev. Stanley Truesdale
    Intercessory Church of Prayer

     

  • Letter: 60 percent of us approve of Obama?

    The Associated Press says President Barack Obama has a 60 percent approval rating?

  • Letter: Fraternities, sororities plan Greek Week

    The Lancaster Pan Hellenic-Council is made up of five Greek organizations – Omega Psi Phi and Alpha Phi Alpha fraternities and Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta and Zeta Phi Beta sororities.
    The National Pan Hellenic Council was incorporated in 1930, composed of nine international Greek letter sororities and fraternities. The NPHC promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions.

  • Letter: Remember vets at Memorial Day program

    On Sunday, May 29, at 3 p.m., we will conduct our 20th annual Memorial Day program at Lancaster Memorial Park.
    We ask our community members to join us in remembrance of those who have given so much to assure all our freedoms and now rest in cemeteries throughout this county and state. We remember them all.

  • Our View: Stop by VA office to read 'The notebook'

    Lancaster County employees have a “new boss” today. It’s Brooklyn Springs Elementary School first-grader Nathan Gibson.
    Nathan will spend the day with Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis, after winning the grand prize in “The Veteran in Your Life” essay contest. Nathan, a student in Rena Cunningham’s class, chose to write about his “big brother,” U.S. Army medic Dwayne “Big Mac” Mackey.   

  • Column: Courthouse grand opening should have been open to all

    As I was driving down Main Street on Thursday (May 12) afternoon, I was marveling at the beautiful new courthouse we, the people of Lancaster County, are having built. It is truly a sight, compared to our previous courthouse, but as I looked at the building and its surroundings, something suddenly drew my attention.

  • Letter: God help us

    I agree with everything that brother Steve Stewart said in the May 6 issue of The Lancaster News (Take care in celebrating death of bin Laden).
    But I want to add this:
    Christian people don’t rejoice when lost people die (whom the Lord died for) and go to hell.
    Religious people do.
    Christian people don’t rejoice when more than a million babies are murdered each year.
    Religious people do.
    Christian people didn’t stand around the cross and laugh and mock Jesus when he was crucified.
    Religious people did.

  • Letter: Charrettes need your input

    As per the “Notice of Charrette” in last week’s paper, no, the USS Charrett, a Navy destroyer launched in 1943, isn’t coming; and we are not getting a charrette in front of the horse as usual. Charrette, an American design supply retailer headquartered in the Boston area, is not locating next to Walmart.