Letters

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Printed Letters: Jan. 4, 2015

By Staff

Dispose of school property with an eye on the future The decision by the School District to dispose of “surplus school properties” should be done carefully and with an eye toward the future. The Comprehensive Plan for the City of ...


Email letters, January 2, 2015

By Staff

Disposing of ‘surplus school properties’ should be done with future in mind The decision by the School District to dispose of “surplus school properties” should be done carefully and with an eye towards the ...


Printed letters, Jan. 2, 2015

By Staff

An old idea, born of frustration with federal land management policies, is once again making its way around the political landscape. The notion of shifting the control and title of federal lands to the states can be, on the surface, an ...


Printed letters, Jan. 1, 2015

By Staff

I would like to respond to the Daily Sentinel editorial from Friday with the headline, “Enjoy cheap gasoline; it won’t last forever.” First, I don’t believe there is anyone that believes that these prices will last for ...


Email letters, December 31, 2014

By Staff

Letter writer took shot at Bush and failed to address other issues under Obama I really don’t like to criticize anyone else’s Letter to the Editor, but wanted to respond to the writer who claimed that the economy is ...


Printed letters, Dec. 31, 2014

By Staff

Once-failing economy better under Obama For six years, congressional Republicans have blasted away at President Obama for his terrible handling of the economy. The truth is that the shambles of an economy that President George W. Bush left ...


Email letters, December 30, 2014

By Staff

Rejecting federal school funding in favor of local control is a dangerous fantasy Frank Roger Little’s letter on Sunday decrying federal spending on education is a real eye opener to a certain point of view that exists these days. ...


Letters to the Editor, Dec. 30, 2014

By Staff

I enjoyed reading the letter about the Christmas tree on Highway 50 in Wednesday’s paper. I’m sure the person who wrote the article must know that this tree is the second tree. The first one died a few years back. There was an ...


Email letters, December 29, 2014

By Staff

Torture of prisoners at the mercy of our democracy is deplorable I hope you will add my voice to those who deplore torture of prisoners who are at the mercy of our democracy. To hear men say this was useful; to drag the American flag through ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 28, 2014

By Staff

Federal efforts show no benefit to school districts Dec. 10 must have been a day for education at the White House. Once again millions of federal dollars will be dangling (enticing) state and local education entities to begin and strengthen ...


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