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Send letters to P.O. Box 685, Lahaska 18931, or bridget@buckscountyherald.com or fax to 215-794-1109. The Herald is a nonpartisan publication that aims to print only factual accounts. Letters are readers’ opinions.

I’m writing in regard to the article posted Dec. 16, about the celebration of World Kindness Day at School Lane Charter. It seems that kindness has been a concept more than a construct in …

I’m 79 and retired. I use a Rollator to get around, so voting by mail is very important to me and I would like to keep that ability. I don’t have much disposable income, so it really …

By way of background, let me tell of an actual event. Back in the late ‘60s, a worldwide well-known manufacturer ran a television ad that I felt was very offensive. It tried to be funny about a …

If you love truth, you must hate lies. If you love children, then you must have contempt for the adults who create lies to manipulate children.There is currently a body of lies being circulated …

On Jan. 5, the Arizona Mirror, Arizona’s Independent News Organization, reported that nearly every claim that the state Senate audit firm made about the “fraudulent, stolen” 2020 …

Thank for the article “Clean Water Act violations net Authority $450,000 fine.” The fine was great, until you realize, Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority is a public utility, …

Bucks Countians who thought that the Jan. 6 insurrection was a fluke, should look to Middletown Township. A candidate for auditor publicized her extremist, conspiratorial and racist views freely on …

In last week’s issue of the Herald (Jan. 6), gerrymandering was the subject of one writer’s letter and how redistricting is based on the latest U.S. Census.Has there been such a …

With the trendy movement by politicians (most recently Gov. Hochul in New York) wanting to jump on the bandwagon to ban natural gas, propane and heating oil from new construction I figured now is a …

As a resident of Doylestown Township, I urge state Rep. Labs to support the adoption of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). RGGI is a cooperative agreement of 10 states in the Northeast …

Someone in my family who is a national sales manager just received a $20,000 Christmas bonus. What did he do to deserve this? Before the coronavirus affected us, he would fly all over the country …

Many Bucks County residents are interested to know how the new voting districts will be drawn for the state House and Senate. Many citizens, including the president of the League of Women Voters of …

The year 2021 was a quiet but stable year for the Gallows Run Watershed Association. We miss our events and community building, and we look forward to getting our feet wet in the stream again this …

Born in Amwell Township, N.J., to a free Black mother, Jacob Francis lived 82 years in a world of change. He was caught in the rising tide of Revolution in the 1760s and 70s and served 14 months in …

I am writing in response to Toni Kellers’ interesting letter (Dec. 30) about the possible utility of antibody testing in place of rapid antigen COVID-19 testing. While I understand the appeal …

Jim Miller, outgoing West Rockhill supervisor, built beneficial partnerships and was the catalyst for impressive accomplishments to benefit residents. Jim’s initiative, vision, and teamwork …

The current status of inflation in the United States is loudly and repeatedly proclaimed by media on the right, the center, and the left as an existential threat to life as we know it. The folks on …

The contribution by David Segarnick Ph.D in the Dec. 23 Herald triggered an opinion I heard on TV yesterday. I did not record the name of the speaker, but he was a epidemiologist who put forth an …

The reporter failed to cite the historical reference of the Quill and Ishmael homes in Lower Makefield (Dec. 16, page A8), a cultural miss for the paper. Concerned Citizens for the preservation of …

Josef Stalin is reputed to have said, “It doesn’t really matter who or how many people vote. The important issue is who counts the vote.”Republicans in many states are trying to …

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