• Marijuana a godsend for reader

    Yes, Citrus County, it’s all true: There really are some people who need marijuana. A shock?

    I was a freshman in college, began having vision issues and went to the campus medical center where, after tests, I was told that I had glaucoma and that I’d likely be blind by 25. Not the sort of thing you ever want to hear. 

  • Pipeline forum well-presented

    I would like to thank the Unitarian Universalist Church for hosting the Nov. 21 Public Educational forum on the Sabal Trail Pipeline project, especially the Social Justice committee. The forum was both well-presented and informative.

    Both guest speakers were excellent and the promotion and use of the hall is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you very much!

    Harriet Heywood


  • Thank you to newspaper carriers

    I, would like to thank two great Chronicle delivery people. They are Charles and Karrie Bacome.

    These young parents, with two babies, are outstanding workers.

    I always give them a good tip.

    The Rev. Anna M. Clark


  • Through rain, sleet or snow

    I would like to say thank you to every single person who delivers our mail. I know one personally and you have no idea what comes with this job!

    I won’t go into all the details she has shared with me except to say I admire and respect her a lot.

    She has a full plate with her personal life, yet she gets up every day and makes sure we get our sale fliers, letters from loved ones and whatever else we look forward to getting via the mailbox (except maybe the bills — ha-ha!).

  • Thank you for kindness, honesty

    On the Wednesday eve of Thanksgiving, I had been shopping at Walmart in Inverness and foolishly left my purse in the shopping cart when I left to go home. 

    After realizing my mistake, I went back in hopes of finding my purse but also felt that it would be highly unlikely. However, it was my good luck and fortune to have a good Samaritan find it and turn it in at the store. 

  • Can’t trust Hillary Clinton

    During the election, when poll after poll virtually predicted a victory by Hillary (Clinton), she very loudly and arrogantly berated and criticized (Donald) Trump for his statements that he may not accept the election results if he lost. She repeatedly said that Trump should accept the results of a legally conducted election, and, not to do so, would “undermine the Constitution and the election process.”

  • Give Trump a chance

    Regard: Nov. 22, Trump may trigger progressive renewal.

  • Trump is a true leader

    “Make America Great Again” is an action statement of positive and powerful determination that can be achieved by everyone of us, in our own way, with confidence.

    Hope and Change was a motto that left a taste of defeat, as if we the people were to watch and wait and hope those in power made the changes America and her people need.

  • I will continue to pray for my country

    The election is over and while Donald Trump has lost the popular vote, he has won the Electoral College vote. This means that he will enter the Office of the President knowing that the majority of the people do not want him sitting in the Oval Office.

  • Sabal Trail forum was informative

    I was an attendee at the Public Forum on Sabal Trail on Nov. 21.