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  • 1/13/2021 Dear Editor,
    To our Noblesville High School Alumni: 
    At our Alumni Board meeting Monday night, the NHS Alumni Board had to make a difficult decision.  By unanimous vote, we canceled our 2021 NHS Alumni Banquet,that was to be held in April of this year.
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  • 12/19/2020 Our president gave an eloquent 46 minute speech on December 2, 2020. He was sincerely pleading to the American people about the situation at hand, and the consequences of this very tainted election.
    In the beginning, he explained how he has been attacked continuously since his inauguration with the Russia Collusion, the 48 Million Dollar Muller report, and the false impeachment scenario and was found innocent of the crimes.
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  • 12/12/2020 Dear Editor,
    Mrs. Peck, Mr. Howell, and Mr. Johnson - As your Noblesville School Board terms come to an end in weeks ahead, I want to say thank you. Thank you for serving the students, families, and staff of Noblesville Schools so well. 
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  • 12/4/2020 Dear Editor,
    The debate has started again as to whether the US Constitution should be amended in order to change the presidential election process. Some promote eliminating the Electoral College in favor of a direct popular vote for president while others believe the Electoral College should remain unchanged.
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  • 11/20/2020 Dear Editor,
    Joe Biden did not win the 2020 election. It was handed to him on a platter made of criminal collusion, lies, cheating election workers and supervisors, machines that flipped the candidates voted for and mail-in ballot fraud. How could he have won when he rarely came out of his hideout, the basement? At the very few rallies he had, only a handful of people came compared to thousands that attended the Trump rallies. Lady Gaga was hired to try and inspire the ones who did come while boat and vehicle parades supporting Trump in many states were happening around the country.
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  • 11/20/2020 Dear Editor,
    I was very disappointed with in the “no recommendation” vote by our Commissioners on 11/16/2020 as respects the proposed gravel pit construction at beautiful Potters Bridge Park. You would think that with almost 5,000 citizens signing a “vote no” petition on-line and in person, with Indiana American Water talking about the adverse effect on water quality, safety and supply in growing Noblesville (41,000 persons affected), with the adverse and potentially disastrous effects on the natural environment and flood way/flood plain brought up at the meeting by HEC representative, and finally, with professional realtors telling us that the construction will cause value loss of 20-30% to some 400+ nearby homeowners, this vote would have been an easy “unfavorable recommendation” by the Commissioners.
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  • 10/29/2020 Dear Editor,
    State Senator Victoria Spartz is being accused of passing legislation that would drain all wetlands and was for the benefit of her family, the legislation that was passed earlier this year does neither of the two.
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  • 10/28/2020 A lot of my friends are angry with me for supporting Victoria Spartz, and some may never talk to me again. That's sad, because I really value the relationships I built in this country over twenty years and don't think politics should come between us.
    However, I do feel that it's right – and my right -- to vote for Victoria, who is at her core a non-politician.
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  • 10/27/2020 Dear Editor,
    The (televised) political ad depicting Hamilton County circa-1956 making accusations against Jerry Torr and Todd Huston is incorrect with issues of that era and the clothing worn. Women wore house dresses, little girls wore dresses with collars and sleeves and most men did not wear suits unless it was Sunday after church. The newspaper is correct in getting the news and most children were not involved with adult conversations.
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  • 10/24/2020 Dear Editor,
    The fifth district must elect Victoria Spartz to Congress. Not just because she is the best candidate to represent the fifth, but because the United States desperately needs a voice who has witnessed first-hand the horrors of socialism.
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