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Letters

  • Letter: Editorial was ‘juvenile’

    I grew up in Lebanon and I still read the paper every week. I am not usually an outspoken person, but after reading the editorial in last week’s issue, I had to respond. Stevie Lowery is entitled to her opinion, just as everyone is, but since I don’t have a page in the weekly paper dedicated to my opinion, this is the only option I have, so this is how WE see it.   

  • Letter: Public apology

    My most sincere apology to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell for not recognizing either at the recent Black History Program. Both are long time, most supportive members, of the Marion County Branch NAACP. Both serve on the Executive Board. 

    This oversight should be attributed to the mind and certainly not the heart.

    Jerry Evans

    NAACP Branch President

  • Letter: Seeking answers from and about the post office

    In my experience with individual people, businesses and organizations, I have found that those who "have nothing to hide, hide nothing." This past week, I have attempted to get more facts and figures from the Postal Service regarding the situation that will affect our postal routes in St. Francis and Loretto.

  • Letter: Don't forget the gym

    I was surprised that last week's extensive article on health and fitness through Zumba failed to give any information on our locally owned and operated Lebanon Health and Fitness center on Main Street. Open 24 hours, it features a certified trainer in-house, weight training equipment, kick-boxing, an aerobics class and the popular Silver Sneakers program. Silver Sneakers is a nationally recognized fitness program for seniors. It is so popular and effective that many insurance companies sponsor membership because of its preventative aspects.

  • Letter: Remember those in need

    The Community Service Center Board Members would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to anyone who donated food items or money to help others in need.

  • Letter: Book recommendation

    I just finished reading Homegrown and Memory Closet. How many of you remember Ninie Sooter Glasscock who is now Ninie Hammon? She used to write for our own Lebanon Enterprise and other local papers. She lives in London, England, now and has written several books. I really enjoyed these two books.  They are both about things that really happened around here, and if you lived here during the 80's you will recognize the specific events.

  • Letter: Kudos on snowflakes

    I would like to take this opportunity to publicly express my gratitude to the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission for purchasing the "Snowflakes" for downtown as part of our decorations for the Christmas season.

    I have personally received many positive comments concerning the added beauty to our lighted garland and  peace banners.

  • Letter: We need more about our post office
  • Letter: Superintendent problems started with the paper
  • Letter: Fix your pets, don’t be cruel

    Kudos to you for the column on “Don’t be a litterbug, get your pets fixed” by Weny Doric. Kudos again for the letter submitted from the St. Francis community about dogs (pets in general) being shot. I believe there can never be enough articles written and published about abandoned and abused animals.