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Wednesday, December 02, 2015
  • To the editor:
    As Indiana nears its 200th birthday, citizens statewide are embracing environmental stewardship by supporting the Bicentennial Nature Trust. This program joins public and private funds to purchase properties to be maintained as parks and natural areas. 
  • To the editor:
    Thank you once again to our Arts Place supporters. 
  • Brace yourself. It’s another “things someone is thankful for” column. 
  • To the editor:
    I would like to respond to Jack Ronald’s editorial and Kathryne Rubright’s column that ran in Saturday’s edition of The Commercial Review. 
  • Do yourself a favor. 
  • At first, I wasn’t sure what I was watching. Then I saw my mother’s face smiling back at me. 
  • To the editor:
    As a young man, proudly wearing the dress blues of a United States Navy sailor, I took a trip. 
  • Is there a record for the number of times a sitting governor can embarrass the State of Indiana?
    If so, our guess is it belongs to Mike Pence. 
  • Both the United States and Indiana have proud traditions of welcoming individuals and families who seek the safety and refuge that all Americans find within our borders. 
  • I could write a dozen or so different columns related to refugee issues.
    So I’ll just give what the main points of some of them would be. 
  • To the editor:
    Xi Chapter, Delta Theta Tau, Portland, would like to thank the many individuals that participated in the success of Xi Chapter’s 31st annual Delts’ Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. 
  • To the editor: The Portland Evening Optimist Club recently held its annual holiday auction, and it was once again a success. 
  • Like most people, I’ve been thinking a lot about Paris the last few days. 
  • To the editor:
    A few weeks ago I wrote a letter to the editor asking you to help with the fight against addiction. 
  • To the editor:
    Thanksgiving Day is quickly approaching and the committee for the 25th annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner is busy making preparations for serving a hearty and festive meal to hundreds of individuals. 
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