To the editor: Education priorities mixed up
Written by Bruce Dunlavy   
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 10:21
In 1963, the television cartoon series Rocky & Bullwinkle aired a segment in which a fictional university, Wossamotta U, decides it can solve its financial and enrollment problems by creating a successful football team.
When the question arises of how to pay for it, the answer is, "How else - we'll fire a few English teachers."
Fifty years later, life is imitating cartoon art.
Bruce Dunlavy
Bowling Green
To the Editor: BG woman thanks girl for help with store bill
Written by Betty Espen   
Wednesday, 04 December 2013 10:21
A couple weeks ago I was at a store and was short cash was getting ready to take things out of my order when this sweet young girl gave no thought to giving the clerk her debit card to pay. I just wanted to thank you again. I would be proud to have you as a grand daughter........
Betty Espen
Bowling Green
To the Editor: Dog shelter full of furry friends
Written by Pat McCutchan-Vernier, M.D.   
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:21
I am a member of the new volunteer group at the Wood County Dog Shelter in Bowling Green. Everyday stray dogs are brought in to the shelter from all over the county. Almost all of them are very nice, adoptable dogs. I can't understand why, when owners realize their dogs have gone missing, they don't visit the shelter to see if the dog is there? I realize in some cases the dogs are intentionally abandoned on the rural country roads, and others are surrendered to or left at the shelter, but I would think most of the dogs brought in as strays have a family somewhere missing them. Please, if your dog runs away or is otherwise missing, please call or better yet, visit the shelter to see if he or she is there waiting for you.
To the Editor: Writer offers firearms facts
Written by Doyle H. Phillips   
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:20
I've been reading with amusement the sparkling repartee between Dr. Feeman and his numerous detractors; and while I'm not qualified to comment on his non-peer reviewed "studies,"I will take issue with some of his pronouncements on the issue of firearms. First he asserts that if our elected officials pass a stand-your-ground law, the streets will run red with blood. This inspite of the fact that states with this type of law have experienced no major bloodbaths to date. They have, however, experienced a drop in violent crime.
Dr. Feeman's asserts that, "many of the killers of our citizens are apparently stable people who, for one reason or another, just snap and if they have a gun in their hands will shoot someone..." This claim is particularly revealing. To a gun-ban fanatic, a firearm is not an inanimate object, but rather a living, breathing force of evil.
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