.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Letters

  • Wishing Hawkins well

    The Henry County Republican Party would like to wish New Castle Magistrate, Nick Hawkins (District 4) well in his move, and truly thanks him for his tenure on the Fiscal Court and for his years of public service.  

  • Snakes serve purpose

    Thank you for Chris Brooke’s informative editorial on snakes. 

    Snakes are very beneficial in that they eat agricultural pests like mice, rats, chipmunks, grasshoppers, etc. 

    They do frighten people, but snakes generally will not bite unless attacked first. Even poisonous snakes, which are rare, want to get away from a threat rather than attack it. 

  • Heartfelt thanks

    Mark and Margie Fassio would like to thank everyone in the county who has been so generous in helping them prepare for Mark’s latest cancer surgery.  The outpouring of prayers and support has once again shown us how generous and caring the people of this county are, and it has made a lasting impression on us as to realizing the true value of “friends.”   And what friends you are!

  • Magistrate resigns
  • Christians have rights, too
  • A thank you from Harvest Showcase organizers

    A thank you from Harvest Showcase organizers

    The Henry County Harvest Showcase Organizing Committee would like to express heartfelt thanks to everyone who joined us on Saturday, July 25, to shop, play, eat and enjoy the day at the fairgrounds during the 16th annual Showcase event.

  • CodeRed should be used for city emergencies

    CodeRed should be used for city emergencies

    I’ve been signed up for CodeRed for some time now and, while this service could be very useful, I have to admit that I don’t understand how the city is using it. 

  • Patriotic Festival had community support

    Patriotic Festival had plenty of community support 

    The New Castle Patriotic Festival Committee would like to thank all of the sponsors that helped support the Patriotic Festival on June 13.  

    Without you, the volunteers, county employees and Judge John Logan Brent, City of New Castle employees, and countless others, this event could not have been held. 

  • Tingle thanks community

    Cambree Tingle, 7-year-old daughter of Michele Thompson and James Tingle, will soon participate in the Amerifest Nationals at the Gaylord in Nashville, Tenn. The pageant will take place July 24-26. She will be competing for Humanitarian, A.L.I.C.E. community service award, Runway Fashion Model, National TV Talent, National Festival Wear, National Spokesmodel, as well as formal wear, photogenic and cover model. 

  • Radio station memories

    I found your article on WSTL very interesting and thought you might want another part of the history of the station when it was brought back to life in 1966 by Woody and Helen. 

    They were two dedicated people who loved broadcasting especially, to the local fans in their community of Eminence. I miss both of them dearly. Woody gave me my first break into the business. I am forever grateful to both of them.