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Vevay, Indiana
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Road congestion

To the Editor:

I agree with Abe Hall that our county roads have become increasingly congested, but I disagree as to the source of it. Our roads have become clogged with drivers who think that the potential speed of their vehicle gives them more of a right to their destination than others .

Remembering a friend

Dear Editor:

I would like to take a moment to remember Kenneth L. Russell, Jr., who tragically passed away Saturday, March 11th, 2006.

Child Abuse

Dear Editor:

April is "National Child Abuse Prevention Month." Sadly there are children in our own community who are victims of child abuse.

Safe Highways?

No one seems to be willing to "properly" discuss a "real" problem developing on our county roads, (especially our state highways).

Fans admired

To the Editor:

I want to compliment Switzerland County Athletic Director Kent Dunning, Principal Derek Marshall, the Switzerland County student-body cheer block, parents of players, and spectators who attended the 2006 boys’ basketball sectional at Southwestern High School for displaying positive sportsmanship during the tournament, but particularly in the championship game.


To the Editor:

To the students of Switzerland County High School:

A few weeks back, my wife and I attended the last regular season girls’ basketball game between Switzerland County and Shawe.

Jail demolition

To the Editor:

Kudos to Bovard and Leap for a job well one-half done.

Raspberries to the county commissioners for their end-run around the historical society and all other constituents with any interest in the old jail.

Court happenings

Dear Editor:

I promised to let the readers know what happened in court and I have been late with my letter. Sorry.

Peace Corps celebrates

Dear Editor:

On March 1st, the Peace Corps will celebrate its 45th year anniversary. Congratulations to the agency, its mission and to the people who continue to make it happen “Peace Corps Volunteers.”

Better communication

To the Editor:

Switzerland County has needlessly lost another piece of its architectural heritage with the demolition of the sheriff’s office. Am I pleased that the stone jail structure was kept? Absolutely. But had the two-story attached brick office building outlived its usefulness? I don’t think so.