Galloway Current | Opinion, Letters to the Editor

Remembering a woman of amazing accomplishment

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Written by CATHERINE JAGGARD Wednesday, July 17, 2013 04:50 pm

Evelyn Evans Evelyn Evans

To the editor:

August 23, 2003, on a hot Saturday morning, I had the most unique opportunity in interviewing a very active and competent individual, Evelyn G. Evans (nee Garman) of Galloway Township.  Born in Reading, Pa., on June 3, 1918, her life just beginning - and if her parents could have seen the future they would be very proud of their daughter’s accomplishments. 

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No justice in Zimmerman verdict

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Written by LAWRENCE UNIGLICHT Monday, July 15, 2013 03:55 pm

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To the editor:

Despite the fact that George Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of teenager Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman is morally responsible for Martin’s death.

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Green Tip of the Week: How to dispose of a mattress

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Written by MEGAN FORNUTO Thursday, July 11, 2013 10:14 am

Go Green Go Green

Are you in the market for a new mattress? Not sure what to do with your old one? If you want to go green, don’t put it in the landfill.

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Absegami graduate Falon Irwin sums up four years

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Written by FALON IRWIN Sunday, July 07, 2013 01:50 pm

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When Falon Irwin was assigned by AP English teacher Carolyn Rosenberger to write a piece about the end of her high school career, covering all four years, she decided to do a play on Shakespeare.

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Green Tip of the Week: save our bees

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Written by MEGAN FORNUTO Wednesday, July 03, 2013 10:04 am

Go Green Go Green

You may have heard about the flight of the bumblebee, but what about the plight of the bumblebee? You can go green and save the bees by choosing pesticides more carefully. The most widely used pesticide uses neonicotinoids.

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Letter: Ending quantitative easing is a bad idea

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Written by Lawrence Uniglicht Monday, July 01, 2013 01:35 pm

To the editor: 

Stock prices plunge as Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, hints at phasing out quantitative easing, the process of buying bonds to the tune of $85 billion per month, thus adding purchasing power to our still-struggling economy.

Investors know very well what works.  Obviously, those on the political right demanding that the Fed stop in effect printing so much money either are economically obtuse or would like nothing better than to see our economy tank and President Obama’s presidency with it, not to mention a landslide victory for Republicans in the next congressional election.

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Jobs needed in Galloway

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Written by MIKE SULEIMAN Monday, July 01, 2013 11:04 am

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To the editor:

The policy website NJ Spotlight ran a story on recently-released data from the U.S. Census Bureau about daytime populations in New Jersey. That is, the number of people living in a town versus the average population of people in the town due to work, leisure, etc.

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Green Tip of the Week: Some sunscreens shield harmful ingredients

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Written by Steve Prisament Thursday, June 27, 2013 09:43 am

Go Green Go Green

Don’t judge a sunscreen by its cover. Not all sunscreens are created equal. Most block the sun’s UVB rays which cause sunburn. Only a few block UVA rays which can cause cancer.

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Graduation ruined again by poor decisions

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Written by Freda Beltrone Monday, June 24, 2013 04:42 pm

To the editor:

Well, it’s three strikes and you are out for Jeri-Lynn Gatto, principal at AbsegamiHigh School.

For the past two years you have made poor judgment calls about graduation and have ruined the day for family, friends and of course the graduates. Maybe running Absegami should be left to someone more qualified.

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Time for an Election Day revolution in America

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Written by Joseph J. Picardi Monday, June 24, 2013 04:39 pm

To the editor:

In a few short weeks America will celebrate Independence Day.  Many of us will attend parades and barbecues to celebrate our independence from Great Britain – freedom that was paid for by the blood and sacrifice of our brave patriots more than two centuries ago.

It would be difficult to find any American that doesn’t believe our country deserved to govern itself free of British rule.  The Stamp Act, Tea Act, and the phrase “taxation without representation” are ingrained in us as some of the reasons our forefathers chose to revolt against what they felt was a tyrannical government that didn’t have the support of many of the American colonists.

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