If you're interested in submitting a Letter to the Editor, click here.

In your March 13 editorial, “Let TMI close,” you cite three reasons why Pennsylvania should let Three Mile Island close. Unfortunately, by not outlining all the facts, you reached a misguided conclusion. Let’s take a look at all three.

When South Carolina’s utilities couldn’t get private financing to build new nuclear power plants, the state stepped in and allowed the utilities to fund the projects by raising customers’ rates. In 2017, construction of the partially completed V.C. Summer nuclear plant near Columbia, South C…

I continue to be appalled at the coarseness of language displayed by so many people. It now seems that bodily functions can be referred to indiscriminately, and one often sees or hears the vulgar word for urine or urination, not to mention the other area, which is even worse. 

Craig Stedman versus Right-to-Know has taken a predictable course. When challenged over his lack of transparency about the seizure of drug-related property, he does what is a standard practice for him: Bluster and evade. He first decides that the public has no right to this information. When…

I am responding to the Feb. 20 letters “Why the right fears Rep. Ocasio-Cortez” and “The importance of honesty.” They have touched on two issues I have been preaching about for many years — namely, the imbalance of wages and the destruction of Lancaster County’s rich soil. As I addressed the…

In a May 13, 2018, Sunday LNP article about Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania (“A new push for change”), Kevin Askew, communications director for Hunters United for Sunday Hunting, or HUSH, said that much of the group’s work is focused on educating state lawmakers and the public. I suggest that…

Regarding April Kelly-Woessner’s March 3 Sunday LNP column, “Our kids’ stress might be rooted in income inequality,” while I agree with some of the points she made, I was outraged by an irresponsible sentence she included. She wrote, “In fact, I’m secretly hoping she intentionally bombs her …

The Feb. 17 Sunday LNP headline “Tax season shock” is deceptive and misleading. Eventually, if you read the entire article, the truth is revealed. You do make out better even if your tax refund is lower. The deception is even followed through with the political cartoon on E5. Even CNN Money …

Redistricting in Pennsylvania is about to get a lot messier. Last year, the majority-Democratic state Supreme Court redrew the congressional map, which many legislators saw as partisan revenge against the majority-Republican General Assembly, which drew it in 2011.

Re: Your May 7, 2018, LancasterOnline article “A growing trend.” It is true that the percentage of male nurses is trending up. It is wonderful to advocate for males with good morals to enter into nursing, not because of their gender but for the sake of continuation and promotion of the profe…

It’s finally come, the headline I’ve been awaiting for two years: “As budget deficit balloons, few in Washington seem to care” (March 10, LancasterOnline). When President Donald Trump announced his campaign-promised tax cuts, the Trumpsters went wild with glee — more money in their pockets. …

I want to thank Joel Martin for his enlightening Feb. 9 op-ed, “Thoughts on Trump and America from a WASP”). He talks about his particular species stinging redcoats and other perceived threats to his way of life. He brags about being from rural Lancaster County and of the many WASP species t…

To be taken from this world in such a horrific way — senseless (“Stabbing death,” March 7). Anyone who knew Ian Shannon knew what a loving, caring, kind-hearted, compassionate, thoughtful, intelligent young man he was. To cause such devastation to so many — senseless. May God rest your soul, Ian.

I’m writing in response to the Feb. 18 letter “Letter was offensive.” She said she was shocked that you printed the Feb. 9 letter “Only hope is faith in resurrected Christ.’’ She needs to get a Bible.

I must tell you about my granddaughter, Cecelia. She works in a memory care unit at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown. In January, one of her clients passed away and left to Cecelia some of her books. One was a cookbook that contained a favorite family cookie recipe. Within a week of this lad…

The recent news about District Attorney Craig Stedman, leased vehicles, drug asset forfeiture money and candidacies for DA and judge has managed to encapsulate so many shortcomings with our government — all in one story. The following isn’t a complete list; I’ve pared it down in the interest…

In all your coverage of the Lancaster County commissioners’ ongoing “back and forth” with Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman, I have not read or heard these questions being asked: Does Stedman believe, because he’s an elected official, that he’s accountable to no one? Does he b…

So an article was published March 6 in LNP, headlined “DA’s car lease under scrutiny.” Simple solution: Everyone being paid in a political, “taxpayer-utilized monies being spent position” be required to account for everything they deem “taxpayer monies worthy,” and have it approved before it…