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Letters

  • Support has made my dream come true

    To the editor:
    As I prepare for my Heart of Europe trip as a student ambassador with the People to People Program, I want to thank the many people who have helped make this trip possible. First, I want to thank the anonymous person that nominated me as a candidate for this program.

  • Thank you for all your support

    To the editor:
    I would like to publicly thank the people who have helped me to be able to participate in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation’s Student Ambassador Program. I will leave June 28 as an Ambassador to Italy, France, Switzerland and Austria for three weeks.

  • 193 40th reunion

    To the editor:
    The Class of Harrison County 1973 is busy planning its 40th reunion. We are missing several addresses and would love for evryone to attend. Our plans are Aug. 3, 2013, we will meet at the Elks Lodge in Cynthiana, Ky at 6 p.m.

  • County should have renewed contract

    To the editor:

  • Blame should not be placed on paper’s editor

    To the editor:
    After school I was a social worker in eastern Kentucky for a year. I then was a probation and parole officer for three years. Then I was a cop in Lexington for 21 years.
    When I read the front page article on the William Chambers event I did not think too much about it. Another one vehicle fatality that we see all too often.
    Then came the deluge of nitrolic letters that beat on the editor.

  • What is Obama actually wanting?

    To the editor:
    Praise should be given to Obama for his program on health. After reviewing the program to ensure better health for young and old, male and female. The initial concept is good, even though it will cost more money on our insurance policies. Some policies will increase by 40 percent to provide this coverage.
    A big concern is that this program promotes contraception in schools for youth as young as 15 years old. This encourages promiscuity among youth which is contrary to moral and natural law.

  • Lack of compassion by the Democrat

    To the editor:
    Sadly I should not have been shocked by the articles about Obie and William Chambers.
    On Aug. 1, 2000 our daughter and Andrea’s sister, Jessica Marie Simpson passed away. Jessica had Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare and aggressive bone cancer.
    Becky Barnes heard that Make a Wish had given Jessica a Ford Mustang. Someone from the Democrat office called me wanting to do an article about Make a Wish. I informed them that Jessica’s dad, Ed, bought the car. She said that if she could think of anything else to write about she would call.

  • Summer break is pinching food pantry purse

    To the editor:
    I would like to give an update on the Food Pantry. Things have going well until the past month. School being out and more people without work and food stamps being cut, things are getting tougher.

  • Chambers family owed a public apology

    To the editor:
    I was recently reading all of the letters that were written to your paper regarding the story condemning William Chambers on the day of his death. I totally agree with everyone on this matter and I was reminded of something that happened to me two years ago. We requested for you to write about it in your paper and you refused to for fear that you would be sued for printing it.

  • Chambers lived life to the fullest with no regrets

    To the editor:
    Recently in the May 23, 2013, edition of The Cynthiana Democrat, I read a very disturbing and sickening article. Myself, as well as many other citizens (not just of Harrison County) were ashamed of your newspaper after reading the article in regards to the death of our young friend, William Chambers.