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Letters

  • Readers Write


    Dear Editor,

    To whom it may concern, especially residents of Rizer Avenue and Neal Street. Cats are being caught in ‘Have a Heart’ cages and taken out on the highway and turned loose with no water, food or shelter.
    This is inhumane and is being reported to the Humane Society.
    Also, it is against the law to dump animals on the road.
    If your cat goes missing, you can be sure this is what happened. I hope this doesn’t happen to you.

    Cecilia Warner
    Springfield

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  • Letter to the Editor

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  • Readers Write

    Dear Editor,

     The sun shined a lot brighter on Washington County this afternoon and, in fact, on Sunday too.  
      It should be remembered as a proud moment for Washington  County,  regarding how the local, neighboring counties, state and national  resources came out in force to search for Randall Chesser.  

  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    To the Editor,
    April is Prevent Child Abuse Month and the theme this year is  “It’s Your Turn to Make a Difference.” The Washington County Homemakers are trying to make a difference by making people aware of this problem. In 2010 in Kentucky there were 61,754 children reported as abused or neglected and 19,500 children substantiated. In Washington County there were 116 reported and 48 substantiated.

  • Readers speak out on Sunday wine sales

    Editor’s Note:
    A story announcing the plans for Horseshoe Bend Winery to expand its business hours and offer Sunday wine sales and tasting was published in the March 16, 2011, issue of The Springfield Sun. The Washington County Fiscal Court voted to approve the proposed ordinance on Friday, March 25, 2011. In the March 30, 2011, issue of The Sun, it was announced that the fiscal court had approved the measure and conducted the first reading of the ordinance.

    Dear Editor,

  • Readers Write: Prayers for Japan

    Japan, we are thinking of you today. Here is my heart.
    I awoke this morning and turned on the light; thinking about thousands of Japanese who have no light switch left to turn on.  For those who do, flipping the lifeless switch means nothing because they have no power.  Oh God, we pray for those who remain in darkness.

  • Fire department addresses citizens, says fire protection will continue