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Today's Opinions

  • Ramblings–My mind at large

    The comic book geek and I saw The Rise of the Dark Knight Saturday. He didn’t have to persuade me–I’d been curious too after reading several reviews of the latest Batman movie.
    The theater was filled, but not packed. As we sat there watching the trailers for upcoming movies, I couldn’t help but think about the Aurora, Colo. massacre.

  • City workers get kudos

    To the editor:

          I want to publicly thank two of our city employees, Paul Lord and Kurt Heine.  While reading our gas meter, Paul thought he smelled gas and reported it.  A pin-hole leak was found on the city side and within two hours the pipe was replaced. 

     And even though we don’t like to see trees cut back, the tree trimmers, Michael Miller and Franklin Tyndal, also need to be recognized for the very dangerous work they do to keep limbs out of the power lines.

  • Wake up America, we have a sin problem

    To the editor:

    In the aftermath of the Friday night massacre in Aurora, Colo., one only needs to turn to the statements of Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate

    “We don’t have a crime problem or a gun problem, or even a violence problem. We have a sin problem.

    And since we ordered God out of our schools and communities, the military and public conversations, we really shouldn’t act so surprised when all hell breaks loose.”

  • Letters to the editor-July 19

    Signage is important

  • Letters to the editor July 12

    Principal grateful for support

  • Letters to the Editor

    Thank you, Williston

  • We protect victims

    Newspapers have established policies on what they will or will not print.
    Each newspaper is different based on its editorial management practices.
    Typically, those practices can vary from one editor to another even at the same newspaper, unless a managing editor or publisher has established set policies.
    The Williston Pioneer believes in protecting victims.

  • Letter to the Editor June 28

    To the editor:
    Levy County residents can directly affect their families, neighbors, schools, businesses, property and our pets safety when we vote for the critical  position of Sheriff.  
    The Sheriff should come with academic training w/certification and a record of field, administration and correction  experiences and build on Sheriff Smith’s legacy. The candidate who excels in  knowledge, training, experiences, and integrity is a proven leader and the  current Director of Law Enforcement for the LCSO.