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Health fair wonderful

Dear Editor: This last weekend Saturday I had the opportunity to go to Farwell to see Annual Paula Pirnstill Memorial Health & Safety Fair.  They had Cholesterol screening, Diabetes Information,…

I wish I could be happier

Dear Editor: It’s a “baker’s dozen” kinda Friday…he was unarmed but they shot him anyway…he was well known to the police as mentally ill but not dangerous; they shot him…

Cops & Doughnuts Land – Coming soon

Although I realize that Mr. Allen’s article on Cops & Doughnuts was mostly “Tongue & Cheek”, it is very true that for a reality show to be successful there must…

Ambulance service terrible

The last thing I ever expected on November  1, 2011 was a call from my brother-in-law, Paul Weber, saying that he had requested an ambulance for himself. He did not…

Knows how you feel

I read your comments about your mom and how it is affecting you now.  As I told you I have many years of experience with Alzheimer family’s and those stricken…

I so much liked your editorial about your mom…this is what we are dealing with as well

It’s a “my 3 sons” kinda Friday…boy, oh boy, could we use a sister right about now!!…so many of you have traveled this road with aging parents but it is…

What a shame

Dear Mike, What a shame for the Village of Farwell to send our only “patrol a packing”. Many visitors and citizens depend on them for info as well as safety,…

911 to call or not to call

I like most persons in this county presumed that when you call 911 for a medical emergency help would be sent forthwith. Unfortunately that is not always the case here…

Tough life is no excuse to break law

Dear Editor, I am writing in response to the February 10th issue of the Review.  The front page and Letters to the Editor were loaded with support for accused meth…

“How Would You Feel?”, “What Happened to the Golden Rule?”

 What does ajudgmental society, irresponsible school staff, and bullying all have in common? These are three main factors that push teenagers to their limits.  In the United States alone, on…