Letters to the Editor
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The truth about lying John Bernardi, Galena Everyday Americans have been lured into the political arena, and the result is that many of them have developed the skills honed by many in that now … more
Along with most other adult Americans, I have closely watched countless COVID-19 “health news” specials, where a dizzying array of “experts,” many being reporters and … more
Galena is a compassionate and caring community of which I am proud to be a part. And so, I would urge our citizens to not forget our merchants and restaurateurs on Main Street and other places by … more
Misleading statements are common, from politicians and the general public, especially in an election year. John Bernardi complains that if someone accuses him of lies and half-truths, “You owe … more
This letter is in reference to an exchange of letters to the editor between Feb. 5 and March 11. They focus on issues brought up by John Bernardi and others. I value passionate debate a lot and am … more
We are facing a healthcare crisis in this county and in this country. Jo Daviess County no longer has a nursing home-health care organization which could have been vital at this time. The original … more
If you think the resolution passed in the Illinois Senate to enact year around Daylight Savings Time was a good idea, you must be looking forward to no sunrises before 8 a.m., for two months. At … more
I read with interest Michael McCoy’s letter (Gazette, March 4) on the proposed legislation in the Illinois House to make daylight saving time (DST) year-around standard time in the state. I … more
The Illinois Democratic primary election will take place March 17. At age 81, I have voted in many presidential elections, beginning in 1960 for John F. Kennedy. Usually I’ve had to settle for … more
If you disagree with a person’s opinions, you can present facts which you believe undercut those opinions. That is the “reasoned” and scholarly method of debate. Then there is … more
This is an open letter to anyone who thinks closing St Mary’s School is a good idea. I attended St. Mary’s Grade School from 1996 to 2006 for kindergarten through eighth grade. As a … more
This past November the Illinois Senate passed Bill 533 by a vote of 44-2. The bill would make daylight saving time the year-around standard time for the entire state effective the second Sunday of … more
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