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School Suppoter Says She Will Vote ‘No’ on Bond

Dear Editor,  I am a school supporter.  I will have the best interest of the students and the Farwell Area School District in mind when I vote “No” on the…

Arthur Township Recall – Time For a Change

Dear Editor:Recall of the Arthur Township Supervisor, if you think a change is necessary you will want to vote on this. In addition you will want to voice your opinion…

Vote Yes! on November Bond Issue

Dear Editor: Farwell Bond IssueDo we need to upgrade boiler systems that are over 32 years old? Yes! Do we need to replace failing roofs? Yes! Should we have windows…

Remember the Poor…………..

Jesus said, don’t forget those in need, but do for them as you are able. The poor of this state have been asking for lower car insurance premiums for years.…

Reader Upset Over Griffin Article

Dear Editor: Hello I just got done reading your article about Tina Griffin I was very upset when I read this article. It makes Tina look like she did a…

We Need the Farwell Bond For Our Students

Dear Editor: Farwell Area Schools, like most school districts, doesn’t usually have extra money on hand. So when large capital expenditures are needed to make major repairs like new roofs,…

VA Cancels Vet’s Oxygen

Dear Editor: I am a 76-year-old army vet diagnosed with C.O.P.D and other smoker related ills. After using oxygen, I am told I do not qualify for it. The oxygen…

Vote Yes for the Farwell Bond Proposal

Dear Editor: It is time that we continue to make an investment in our local schools and our students. Many children will benefit who are not now of school age…

Farwell grad says he is grateful for the experience, urges yes vote

Dear Editor: I am a recent graduate of Farwell High School. I have autism and I am very proud to have graduated with my diploma. I am grateful for the…

New bond issue, saves money, makes needed renovations

Dear Editor: This spring Farwell Area Schools leaders heard from community members that they wanted to be more involved in the development of the district’s facility and infrastructure improvement planning. …