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Letters to the Editor
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The time to support local news is now

Congress has an opportunity to pass legislation that benefits all local citizens, businesses and even protects our democracy. The Local Journalism Sustainability Act, LJSA for short, should be … more

Fayette Ministerial Alliance Benevolence Fund

To the Editor: The Fayette Ministerial Alliance exists for the purpose of giving benevolent care to the communities of Fayette and Armstrong. The year 2022 has been both a productive and … more

Higbee Senior Center

To the Editor: In June 2019, with the election of new board members for the Higbee community and senior center were faced with the challenge with dwindling funds and a $75,000 building to be paid … more

Thanks for making Easter Egg Hunt a great success

The Fayette Lion’s would like to thank the following people, organizations and businesses. It is thanks to you we could have this Easter Egg hunt be so successful. Ronnie and Jean Lessly, … more

Pursuit of the 5 Day School Week

To the Editor: I am coming to the public for your advice on how I should proceed in the case against  Fayette R3 School Board over the 4 day school week, because it is harmful to the … more

Thank you for Jordan Coller story

To the Editor: Thank you so much for the biographical article on “Jordan Coller: Fayette’s forgotten Civil War hero” published any February 16 copy of the Advertiser. What a … more

Opposes four-day school week

To the Editor: The front page article in The Fayette Advertiser, titled “Fayette ACT Scores Drop Significantly” was well written. I happened to present these same statistics to the … more

Fayette Senior Center a valuable resource

Fayette Seniors, did you know the Fayette Senior Center is a great place to meet your friends for lunch? Lunch is served Monday-Friday from 11 am to 12:30 pm. Healthy meals are prepared in-house and … more

The generosity shown by the residents of Howard County is amazing!

The generosity shown by the residents of Howard County is amazing!  Monetary donations, work from energetic volunteers, and the community gifts of toys, games, and books contributed to a … more

The Economy

To the Editor: I just heard on a newscast that we Americans will spend an estimated $800 billion on Christmas this year.  That’s a lot of gifting!  Indeed, it is about four-fifths … more

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: The tragic death of David Moore inspired me to write what has been on my mind all summer.  Since I live in the country and do not want to walk along the highway, I come into … more

Vulgar banner denigrates president

To the Editor: An ugly banner appeared in my neighborhood this past week-end. The people who are displaying it also fly a beautiful American flag on a tall standard, suggesting that they have … more

To the Editor:

Few issues have elicited more concern and engagement from the community than the Council’s recent decision to forego hiring a new City Administrator. To be sure, I believe that a visionary City … more
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