There were no reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our May 13 edition. That week’s question was: In what ways can the City and the community work together to keep local parks clean, safe and fun to use?

KISSES to Kylan Higgs and the Plain Dealer & Sun from Rob and Sue Ann Hooker of North Vernon. Thank you for being the new editor of the Plain Dealer! You are a breath of fresh spring air!!! The look of the paper & the articles are soooo much better.

KISSES to retired Chief of Police James Webster. The following are comments in response to James’s retirement party announcement on Page A11 of last week’s Plain Dealer & Sun:

The following are reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our May 6 edition. That week’s question was: This week’s front page of the Plain Dealer & Sun revealed that Jennings County is to be awarded $1 million for roads and bridges. What other…

The following are reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our April 29 edition. That week’s question was: The location of the North Vernon Fireworks Display for the Fourth of July was discussed at Monday’s City Council meeting. Besides the City Pa…

KISS from Tom Taylor, North Vernon, to the Plain Dealer & Sun for including the information on the U.S. Yard Sale.

The following are reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our April 22 edition. That week’s question was: Would readers rather keep Sodoku and Word Cross on the TV pages or have larger comics?

KISSES: Kisses to North Vernon City Police Officer, Adam Driver, for his graduation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Kisses to Former North Vernon City Police Chief James Webster upon his retirement. Kisses to our new North Vernon City Police Chief Keith Messer. Good luck to you in …

There were no reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our April 1 edition. That week’s question was: What is your favorite activity to do in Jennings County during springtime?

The following are reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our March 25 edition. That week’s question was: What community events (ex: Railroad Days) from years past would you like to see resurrected and why?

The following are reader-submitted responses to the Plain Dealer & Sun “Question of the Week” from our March 11 edition. That week’s question was: What kind of businesses need to be added in Jennings County to fulfill all your hometown shopping needs?

Readers, you’ve told us you want an opinion page. Some of you feel your voice has been taken out of the newspaper and that the most important part of the community newspaper — the community — is gone. We do value our community’s voices and want to include you.

HISSES from Marie Perry to the woman who took my car on Thanksgiving.

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Kisses from the Jennings County Health Department to Pat York for donating pizzas for volunteers and health department staff at the COVID vaccination clinic on Monday.