Letters to the Editor

County faces bigger problems than this

To the editor:Both parties involved in the library debate need to grow up. We have bigger issues to deal with than a childish spat. How about finding a solution to the drug problem in the county?Mifflin County is the second poorest county in the state. We also need to find a way to bring ...

Disagrees with Dunkle on library funding issue

To the editor:Mr. Dunkle, you profess to having a degree in "Library Science" - was fund raising included in your studies? Why do you insist Library Director Molly Kinney do some fund raising? Do you realize your insistence on an "apology" letter is not helping your political career?I am ...

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Editor's note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. Comments are verified when possible, but should be taken as opinion, rather than statements of fact. Comments should be brief and to the point. Longer comments will be shortened. Comments ...

Commissioner: It’s about process and integrity

To the editor:The time has come to offer clarification on the Mifflin County Library and the controversy surrounding it. Let's start from the beginning. Soon after taking office, the present board of commissioners appropriated the sum of $15,000 to be split evenly between the Rothrock Community ...

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Editor's note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. Comments are verified when possible, but should be taken as opinion, rather than statements of fact. Comments should be brief and to the point. Longer comments will be shortened. Comments ...

Thank you for honoring America’s veterans

To the editor:On behalf of all United States veterans, I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to the W & L Sales Company, its owners Steven and Susan Symons and fellow workers, especially Peggy Nies. This thoughtful company extended a "Memorial Day" gift to all veterans and their families ...

If voters want term limits, vote against incumbents

To the editor:In The Sentinel recently, a gentleman cited "term limits" as an important issue in the upcoming election. How right he is!Much has been said and written about the need for term limits at both the state and national levels. Every voter should be aware that this is an election ...

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Editor's note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. Comments are verified when possible, but should be taken as opinion, rather than statements of fact. Comments should be brief and to the point. Longer comments will be shortened. Comments ...

Readers’ opinions

Voting for Trump would shame our forefathersTo the editor:I believe our forefathers and mothers are turning over in their graves at seeing us vote for a person like Trump. He is a blowhard rich kid thumbing his nose at everyone.Our ancestors sacrificed over many years to give us a country to ...