Letters
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Letter to the Editor: Writer urges a ‘Tea Party challenger’ to take on U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta

In the sequel to “Alice in Wonderland,” the Red Queen tells Alice, “Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place.”

Letter to the Editor: Salvation Army bell ringer finds experience spirit-raising

On Dec. 16, it was cold and damp. Still, it was a chance to be a bell ringer for the Salvation Army. This was not on my “bucket list,” but it should have been.

Letter to the Editor: American Legion District 12 extends holiday greetings

We wish a merry Christmas and a happy new year to all the American Legion posts of Luzerne County, to their members and families.

Letter to the Editor: Does Obama live up to expectation of ‘enlightened and reliable leadership’?

While sitting in church on a Sunday (Feast of Christ the King), I was in prayer and went through my missal.

Letter to the Editor: Holiday strategies available for people grieving the loss of loved ones

Christmas is approaching. But this year, instead of thinking about Christmas cards, Advent preparations and entertaining, you wonder how to celebrate the Lord’s birth while the loss of a loved one weighs heavily on your heart.

Letter to the Editor: Little Eric’s Foundation established to combat childhood cancers, writer says

It was year ago today that our dear sweet Eric, 14, became free of cancer and gained his angel wings.

Letter to the Editor: Enough with the phony ‘war on Christmas’ claims

I just finished reading the drivel written by yet another person lamenting the phony “war on Christmas” and felt compelled to respond.

Letter to the Editor: Wilkes-Barre benefits from top-notch fire department and emergency responders

Reporter Ron Bartizek’s article Monday about the Wilkes-Barre City Fire Department’s improved ISO rating does a good job of explaining the hard-earned honor recently bestowed, and I’m writing to congratulate Mayor Tom Leighton,...

Letter to the Editor: Gov.-elect Tom Wolf’s tax on natural gas would spell trouble for state’s economy

Consumers are finally catching a break now that fuel prices have dropped to their lowest numbers in years. And, with the holidays just around the corner, the timing couldn’t be better.

Letter to the Editor: Tax on natural gas drilling needed to put Pennsylvania on solid footing

Well, our outgoing governor will be leaving us with a $2 billion deficit on top of a decimated educational system. We’ve gone from the top 10 of job-creating states to dead last.

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