•  
  • Listen Live
  •  
  • Listen Live
  •  
  • Audio On Demand

Letters
Letters Policy
 
DeWittDailyNews.com welcomes letters to the editor, as a way we can let our readers and listeners sound off on the issues most important to them. If you wish to submit a letter, please note the following guidelines: 
 
  • All letters should be no more than 500 words in length, and should include the writer's name, address and phone number. We will not publish street address, e-mail address or phone number; rather, we reserve the right to contact writers to determine their validity.
     
  • We do not accept handwritten letters or letters submitted on paper.  All letters must be submitted electronically to whow@randyradio.com
     
  • If the editor comments about a letter, the reader may respond with at least as many words as were used by the editor. We would like to stimulate a sincere dialogue.
     
  • All letters become property of DeWitt Daily News.com and Kaskaskia Broadcasting, Inc., dba WHOW/WEZC Radio, and are subject to editing for length, content, grammar, punctuation at the editor's discretion.
     
  • Material that may libel or slander an individual or group will neither be accepted nor posted.
     
  • You may email letters to whow@randyradio.com; to ensure your message is received, please include "Letter to the Editor" in the subject line.
 
We look forward to hearing from you.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted December 14, 2016

 

Dear Editor:

 

This is an open letter to all area businesses that are not yet members of the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau:

Please consider joining Chamber members who pay their modest dues each year for the betterment of our community.  The value of the Chamber was recently showcased in its relentless effort to keep Clinton Power Station open.  The Chamber recognized this threat to economic stability in the area and had an undeniable role in the seeing the passage of the Future Jobs Energy Bill.

Also worth noting is that dues support Chamber sponsored activities such as Maydays, Business Expo, Farmers Market, Christmas Parade, Agri-Business Banquet, and the celebrated and award-winning Terror on Washington Street, to name a few.

I urge you to stop by the Chamber office today and pledge your support.

 

Francis Jackson, owner Big “D” Food and Liquor

Clinton

 

Local Weather
 
Main Office:
217-935-9590
© 2017 DeWitt Daily News, Miller Media Group
LinkedUpRadio
Built on Envisionwise Technology. Administrator Login
Envisionwise Web Services