Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: New information source for stuttering community

Dear Editor,

I’d like to ask your readers: Do you stutter? Do you know someone who does? Most people do. More than three million Americans and 70 million people across the globe stutter, but sadly it is still quite misunderstood. Help us change that.

May 13th-19th is National Stuttering Awareness Week. To support the stuttering community, the nonprofit Stuttering Foundation launched a new website with easy-to-find information like articles, brochures, magazines, videos, research reports and counselor referrals, with a new laptop- and mobile-friendly interface.

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

Recently, I was in rehab at Arbor Woods Nursing Home. The doctors, nurses, and therapy departments were wonderful. I was treated professionally and I can certainly recommend this place for rehab. If ever I need long-term care, I can recommend Arbor Woods.

Thank you for the good care I received,

Wynema (Lucy) Fuller

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

Let’s talk about the American flag!

The last time our flags were displayed, they were still red and white stripes with white stars on a blue field.

The display of our flag is for all government buildings: city halls, schools, all federal buildings, etc.

A red flag with a white “200” is not our American flag.

If you do not know the code of the American flag, don’t fly something else in its place.

Signed,

Ken Lucas,

A Concerned Citizen

Aliceville

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

The way we pave a highway today sure has changed. Let’s take seven miles on Highway 86 between Carrollton and Highway 82.

Changes made in the city around the court house, going out of Carrollton, were paved for a stretch. Then comes loose gravel, another paved section, then patched sections.

If this is the way we accept paved roads in Alabama, we need a new ALDOT supervisor.

Signed,

Ken Lucas,

A Concerned Citizen

Aliceville