This is a thank you for all the people who helped so much in the weeks before the Jefferson County 4-H Fair began.
To the editor: The morning of July 2, my husband, Charles, returned home from work earlier than expected. As I heard the door open I asked if he was all right. He stated that he thought that he had had a heart attack.
To the editor: I have held my opinion to myself about actions of our government in Jefferson County long enough.
To the editor: I am a 71-year-old man, and I must write that I am very proud to live in the most beautiful and clean city as Madison is.
To the editor: The Indiana state legislature wants a study to determine why education majors are dwindling in our universities. The understanding that they are searching for is well documented in the laws, regulations and contracts they themselves fought for the last dozen years.
To the editor: Thank you for publishing the editorial in last week’s Courier about “Embracing the process of elections.” At a time when a lot of Americans are disillusioned about the electoral process nationally, it is still very important to encourage everyone to vote, particularly in local elections. The ability to go to the polls and cast a vote for the candidate that one feels will do the best job is a very important part of preserving our democracy and letting our voices be heard.
To the editor: I invite anyone that is opposed to the roundabout to sign a petition that has been started. I noticed in many forums community members complaining about the roundabout that is being constructed, so I started a petition. I wanted to give those that were in opposition a voice. Some say that it is too late to change the project, but my thought is that we won’t know unless we try.
To the editor: As the rector of Christ Episcopal Church, I would like to invite anyone affected by the recent flooding in Jefferson County to a Healing Service at our church, located at 506 Mulberry St., which will be held at noon Thursday.
To the editor: On June 17 the Madison Courier featured headlines and lead story concerning a complaint against Madison Consolidated Schools and Southwestern School involving meals catered by members of the Madison Assembly of God for staff members from these schools during teacher in-service days.
To the editor: As a downtown resident and building owner I was happily surprised this past week when I witnessed bicycle riding police patrolling our city. I generally associate bicycle patrolmen with big cities wracked with crime.