Only in America could things like this happen
William Tunney continues to be given the readers commentary monthly (“Never have the rich owed so much to so few,” May 30 Times-News.)
Why not give him his own column? It could be called “Nothing new” or “Class warfare from the trenches of privilege.”
Year-round events are what’s needed to stimulate economy
Todd Helmick’s “It’s high time for DelFest to fire up local economy” (May 25 Times-News, Page 1A) was informative and entertaining; however the intent of DelFest is shortsighted in stimulating the economies of Cumberland and Allegany county over the long haul.
The idiot redneck was to blame, but the genius is not
Liberals live in heaven because the media explains the world away each day. There are five scandals that mean nothing to society, according to them.
Religious freedom events oppose HHS mandate
With public attention focused on recent Obama administration scandals, the controversy over religious freedom — ignited last year by the coercive Health and Human Services contraceptives mandate — smolders relatively unnoticed.
Nobody ‘wins’ the Medal of Honor; they have earned it
I'm writing to correct something that was improperly worded in the May 27 edition. On the front page was a photograph of Mike Gregory, superintendent of Rocky Gap Veterans Cemetery sitting beside the grave of SSGT Robert Hartsock.
A problem has been created where none existed before
I have numerous questions that your article (“City: Fireworks won’t be set off at Constitution,” May 29 Times-News, Page 1A) doesn’t address.
North/South Highway project fits the system
The Greater Cumberland Committee is a not-for-profit member based organization of 80 civic and business leaders representing Allegany and Garrett counties in Maryland, Mineral and Hampshire counties in West Virginia and Bedford and Somerset counties in Pennsylvania, who advance long-term economic development projects.
They obey the rules of the road, safely and in a friendly manner
This letter is in response to a reader commentary that appeared in the Times-News on May 29, in which Don Carns Jr. questions the presence of bicycles in the Beans Cove area (“What effects will the new casino have on us?”).
Raising our children with love will help
A couple of days ago a young lady wrote a letter about bullying (“Fixing community’s problems starts with our young people,” May 24 Times-News).
The money they already have isn’t being spent wisely
I am sick and tired of the liberal Times-News always publishing letters from those who want to spend more money on education without looking at how much we spend already and how much the Allegany County Board of Education wastes on unnecessary programs.
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