Letters to the Editor
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Editor: Thank God for president-elect Joseph Biden. Finally a human being with integrity to run our very damaged government who will be fair, honest and follow the laws of our land. Everyone … more
Editor: I take exception to the editorial from Mr. Tubbs in which he shouts that everyone must “GET YOUR SHOTS.” Yes there are risks from COVID, but there may also be risks from this hastily … more
Editor: Lately the Cedar County Sheriff’s Office has received several school bus violation complaints. I want to explain the law so everyone understands when you can legally pass a school bus. … more
Editor: The United States has been in a world of hurt in 2020. COVID-19 has spread across the country, affecting businesses and families nationwide. To make matters worse, alcoholism and … more
Editor: President Trump and everyone else wanted to know who was the president-elect the night of Nov. 3 — election night. We all know when we watch a baseball game through nine innings, … more
Editor: Sometimes it doesn’t seem like Democrats and Republicans agree on much anymore. But one thing that unites us, and all decent Americans, is our respect for each others’ freedom of … more
Editor: I think one thing we can all agree on is that it is time for this election to be over. Despite countless negative ads against me, I am proud to have run a positive campaign. I grew up in … more
Editor: After four elections for sheriff, I thought I’d seen it all. But this election for state Representative in House District 73 exceeded my expectations. I was honored residents in … more
Editor: We come to a strategic inflection point in our state and our nation. We no longer have a two-party system that was only divided by an aisle and differences in ideas that could be hammered … more
Editor: We need to rant for just a moment. We worked hard all our life. We have struggled with our job, our family and made many sacrifices to secure a life for our family. It wasn’t always … more
Editor: It is unfortunate that topics involving police reforms have become so politically polarizing. The Democrats in the State House this summer wanted to take away Qualified Immunity from … more
Editor: Though I am currently a registered Democrat, I have, multiple times in the past, voted for Republicans when I felt that they truly represented me better than their Democratic opponent. Or … more
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