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Lead in ammo, sinkers threatens wildlife

Lead in ammo, sinkers threatens wildlife

Editor:

Recently, a bald eagle was fortunate enough to be released back into the wilderness after spending months recovering from lead poisoning. The distressed bird was found along Patterson Creek...

County needs time to heal from Plants

County needs time to heal from Plants

Editor:

I was shocked this morning to read that Mark Plants might consider another political office.

This is the very last thing Kanawha County needs after nearly a year of turmoil, controversy, ...

Dems who voted for GOP are in for shock

Dems who voted for GOP are in for shock

Editor:

I hope these so-called Democrats who voted for Republicans are happy because now they will get what they deserve — nothing. It will be hard for those who are trying to get black-lung...

Insecticides can save lives of military

Insecticides can save lives of military

Editor:

If you have a loved one or a good friend in the our Armed Forces serving in Africa, you may be saving his or her life if you send them a care package having several cans of insecticide...

Young guitarist gives Charleston the blues

Young guitarist gives Charleston the blues

Editor:

If blues, jazz and Carlos Santana fans were disappointed the B.B. King Show (The King of Blues) was canceled and the Aretha Franklin (Queen of Soul) performance date moved to May 17, 2015, ...

Letters: Punishments might get message acrss

Punishments might get message across

Editor:

I’m sure many other West Virginians share my disgust with the repeated hooligan behavior after football wins. It has been tolerated far too long. I am happy to have my tax money support...

West Virginia voters have a lot to learn

West Virginia voters have a lot to learn

Editor:

You gotta love West Virginians. We had one job to perform on Nov. 4, and again we’ve proven just how incompetent a hillbilly can be.

Instead of “Wild and Wonderful West...

Goldwater changed GOP’s course

Goldwater changed GOP’s course

Editor:

After reading the Gazette’s Sept. 26 editorial on the Republican Party’s change from liberal to conservative, I feel the need to answer the question posed by that essay....

The names of those who gave lives should live on

Names of those who died should live on

Editor:

In the shadow of Veterans’ Day, I want to thank all those who gave tribute. We were blessed with great freedom in the creation of this great nation, and many have sacrificed to keep...

Letter: High school should inform parents

High school should inform parents

Editor:

Your recent report concerning a student bringing a handgun to George Washington High School (“Student carried gun at George Washington High School,” Oct. 21) is greatly appreciated....

Letters: Longtime voter puzzled by midterms

Longtime voter puzzled by midterms

Editor:

I am 83 years old and have been registered as an independent voter since 1952. The first president I voted for was Ike. I liked him, and I was in the military at the time. Ike promised to get us...

Letters: Astounding generosity from W.Va. employees

Astounding generosity from W.Va. employees

Editor:

One wouldn’t think any good could come from one’s contracting two forms of cancer at the same time, but I can lay claim to exactly that.

I came out of retirement to...

Enact the single tax, and avoid war

Editor:

In regard to the Gazette’s editorial about wars, the last time the USA won a war was the first week of September 1945, the week I turned 16 years of age.

About 10 million people derive employment from war (active duty,...

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