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  • 4/19/2019 Dear Noblesville Community,
    Recently I have seen and heard remarks regarding Chris Jensen’s journey in his pursuit of serving as our next mayor. As someone who highly values trust in the integrity of leadership, I understand the concerns I have heard. In running against Chris four years ago, one of my top concerns in him representing and serving Noblesville was in regards to his campaign’s financial contributions. I was also concerned that he was part of what I refer to as “the good ole boy” network and was being groomed to just do as donors and long-term representatives dictate. Neither of these conjectures were true of Chris then. And neither of them is true of him today...
  • 4/19/2019 Dear Editor,
    In the spirit of fellow Hoosier David Letterman here is our campaigns top ten list, my case for why I am the right choice to serve the people of Noblesville. I am grateful for the opportunity to make my case and humbly ask for your vote. Thank you.
    1). I choose to live here and have for the last 32 plus years. I’m emotionally invested in Noblesville. I care deeply about the people that live here, what happens to us and how we are governed. I have vested roots here and this is where my people live and are growing up/old. I raised my family and made my life here. I have family in Noblesville from age 94 to age twelve months. I am passionate about the community where we live our lives not only for my family but for all our neighbors...
  • 4/19/2019 Dear Editor,
    I am writing to endorse Julia Church Kozicki whom I feel is the best-qualified candidate for Mayor of Noblesville. I have had the pleasure of knowing Julia on a professional and personal level for over a decade. During that time, we have served together on the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation board and have been Tri Kappa sisters. I have always found her to be a great leader. She is patient and takes her time when working with others. She is thorough in her research, has tremendous listening skills, and gives great thought in her response and delivery when speaking in a group or one on one. As a leader, Julia makes sure to address everyone's needs, is inclusive to newcomers and life-long members, and truly enjoys working to achieve a common goal...
  • 4/17/2019 Dear Noblesville Community,
    Recently I have seen and heard remarks regarding Chris Jensen’s journey in his pursuit of serving as our next mayor. As someone who highly values trust in the integrity of leadership, I understand the concerns I have heard. In running against Chris four years ago, one of my top concerns in him representing and serving Noblesville was in regards to his campaign’s financial contributions. I was also concerned that he was part of what I refer to as “the good ole boy” network and was being groomed to just do as donors and long-term representatives dictate. Neither of these conjectures were true of Chris then. And neither of them is true of him today...
  • 4/1/2019 Dear Editor,
    Do you remember what made America great? So often, as we are enjoying life in today's world, we forget, or seldom think about our heritage. A few years ago, as I began writing a book, I took a look back into the past and found, in my amazement, that much of what made America great, has long been forgotten. I was so captivated by it, I could not quit writing, and so today I present to you my book; He Called Himself a Barnstormer. For those who would like to read a true story about this nation, I will be at the Barnes and Noble Book Store in Noblesville signing my book Saturday, April 6 from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
    -Charlotte J. Reynolds,
    Noblesville
  • 3/28/2019 Dear Editor,
    Regarding John Sutton’s letter in the March 25 issue of the Times, I wish to clarify something. I agree with him about the release of the documents and have been working for several months on this goal. The statements being quoted about my hesitation in this are from 24-year-old newspaper articles that came out during the tumult of the initial donation. Nearly a quarter century has passed and I believe that it is time to reconsider that decision. A greater understanding of the issues could be learned in an open discussion of this material. I appreciate Mr. Sutton’s support in this matter. 
    -David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian
  • 3/28/2019 Dear Editor,
    I will always remember the reactions of the American people who voted for Hillary Clinton and what they did when she did not win the 2016 Presidential election; they reacted worse than two year old toddlers. They and all of the Media became an “uncontrollable and destructive force”. They spewed Hate and Lies beyond belief towards our president...
  • 3/25/2019 Dear Editor,
    It is difficult to think about citizens marching in our streets wearing the sheets and hoods of the Klan and burning crosses next to the courthouse square, but perhaps it's time to stop pretending it didn't happen. It’s time to stop worrying about being embarrassed by the actions of family or neighbors who, for a variety of reasons, joined this white supremacist movement in our hometown in the 1920s. It’s time to make Klan records discovered over two decades ago open to the public.
    When I first heard about the discovery of the Klan records, I also read why membership lists had been restricted....
  • 3/23/2019 Dear Editor,
    In the lead-up to the 2019 Indiana General Assembly session, the board of directors of our organization established a policy position calling for a meaningful bias crimes bill – with the top priority of removing Indiana from the list of five states without such legislation.
    That position has not changed. The need to pass a bias crimes law because it is the right thing to do has not changed. What does have more clarity today is what it will take to exit the likely shrinking list of five. That requirement is an enumerated list of protected categories, which is missing from the bill the Senate passed or the proposal the House majority caucus had previously indicated it prefers...
  • 3/13/2019 Dear Editor,
    This letter is primarily addressed to non-Christians, who may read the ‘Joy in the Journey’ column each week and get the impression that all Christians agree with and believe what they read there.
    There are many of us who believe that God's plan for man, is far superior to what man thinks is the right way to live. He knew that a man's attributes and a woman's attributes, combined in marriage, create the perfect foundation for a home and family.  
    We believe God's Word is His owner's manual for the human race. He shows us the right way to live and warns us of the dangers of the wrong ways.
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