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People should be scared of climate change

"Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh my!" is what Dorothy, the Tin Man and the Scarecrow say when they get scared. This comes to mind when I see the various letters to the editor railing against climate change.

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Abortion ends lives without due process

To The Herald-Whig: I noticed the story on Page 16A of the Feb. 15 issue of the Herald-Whig, written by Summer Ballentine of the Associated Press. I also have a copy of the U.S. Constitution.

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Quincy streets need asphalt

To The Herald-Whig: The city of Quincy's streets are in pitiful condition. The mayor and his group need to spread asphalt rather than malarkey.

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Thinkers and doers can make 36th Street safer

I want to thank the thinkers and doers that made Quincy what it is today. We now have five new elementary schools, a larger, more modern jail, two updated colleges and the continued growth of many of our modern industries.

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90th birthday one of happiest

Thank you everyone who helped in any way to make my 90th birthday one of my happiest.

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50th anniversary was so special

It is with grateful hearts that we say thank you to our family and friends for making our 50th wedding anniversary so special.

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Lots of information on QMG surgery center is available

This letter is regarding the proposed new surgery center from Quincy Medical Group. There's lots of information out there about this proposal.

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Vox fails to cite Obama order halting pay for contractors

On the Internet I stumbled upon what appears to be a "fake news" site for liberal, socialist and other left-wing fellow travelers of the Democrat party. It is called Vox.

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QMG ambulatory surgical center would be good move

I welcome the move of the Quincy Medical Group to build a surgical facility in the former Bergner's store at the Quincy Mall. Not only will this help to stabilize the mall, but it will also offer convenience to medical patients.

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Herald-Whig carrier helped stranded motorist

It was cold and dark, and our rural side roads were snow covered, early on the first Sunday morning in February. When our neighbors' truck stalled and quit, the Herald-Whig carrier pulled them out and wouldn't take a penny.