Sharyn Digneo

Reader Input: Unjust that pet Scrappy taken

After reading the story in the Sunday Journal about Mr. Donnas “Martin” Hoskins, the gentleman and his dog, Scrappy, I felt very sad for him and his beloved friend, Scr ...

Reader Input: Walmart the American way

I’m in complete agreement with Sharyn Digneo (“Why do you hate Walmart?,” Reader Input, June 16) who opposes opposing WalMart. And I wish my detractors would stop ...

Reader input: Why do you hate Walmart?

I do not understand why so many people hate Walmart. I promise you they will not come to your house and drag you to the store and make you shop there. On the positive side they wil ...

Wal-Mart evidently a polarizing force

For me it started with the “attraction of lowlifes” (Reader Input, April 4) and now it’s a “Chinese conspiracy” (Reader Input, April 11). I guess I am more startled by ...

Wal-Mart fills needs of many

This is in reply to Sally Stanley’s (April 4) letter, “Wal-Mart draws undesirable low-lifes.” I wish she would go down in front of a Wal-Mart and take a survey and talk to t ...

Hearing good about Wal-Mart

I do not understand why so many people are so against Wal-Mart coming to Auburn. It seems like the only store that wants to come here. The people who are so against it, do they not ...

Girl, 9, offers lesson for many

This is in response to your super article on Danielle Colburn on Monday, Nov. 29. By the time I finished reading it, I was full of pride for her and her family, and I do not even ...

Wal-Mart means food and medicine

I do not believe getting a Wal-Mart in Auburn would change us from a small town. We still have our great old town, which visitors come to. But, Wal-Mart would help in several ways ...

Give helping hand to hungry homeless

Regarding your front-page article on homeless in Auburn, Journal, Aug. 3: Yes, there does seem to be a great many of them, but we are also a small town. And I am sure that some of ...