Letters to the Editor
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Editor’s note: The following letter was sent first to Durant Superintendent Joe Burnett and High School Principal Joel Diederichs. Editor: Having a senior child this year with the COVID-19 … more
Editor: Hi kids! Just want you to know I miss all of you guys. We always had so much fun and treats, along with learning too. I miss Miss Kirkman too — we talk a couple times per week. I … more
Editor: If the great Yogi Berra could sum up the current Muscatine County Board of Supervisors and County Sheriff, it would be “Déjà vu all Over Again.” We have a county government that has … more
Editor: From one senior (high school) to another senior (citizen), I’d like to share a wonderful service that is underutilized in our community. Meals on Wheels is the only federally supported … more
Editor: I firmly believe that the city of Wilton needs to take a proactive approach to the coronavirus and other current changes in our society. To think that life will go back to life as usual … more
Editor: “Be careful what you wish for, you might get it” is an ancient warning that was ignored by the leadership of the Muscatine County Board of Supervisors. Now it’s doubly true. In … more
Editor: The Wilton Fine Arts Guild started to celebrate our 34th Dinner Theatre the weekend of March 13. We were very fortunate to have wonderful audiences for those first three performances. … more
Editor: Cedar County residents are amazingly resilient! Over the past couple of weeks, many of you have worked together to solve problems and overcome challenges that have been presented by the … more
For the first time in the 122-year history of the WHS Alumni Banquet, we are compelled to cancel the event due to the COVID-19 virus lockdown. The event will not be rescheduled for this year. We will … more
Editor: Being a dad isn’t what I expected. I once told a friend, “I haven’t fully relaxed since she was born.” There is always something to consider, while trying to juggle emotions, … more
Editor: In a recent Tipton Conservative article featuring Sgt. Matt Bowers from the Muscatine’s sheriff’s office who is running against Warren Wethington for Cedar County Sheriff, he … more
Editor: An uplifting act of respect for our constitution by Cedar County deputies, voting “no confidence” in our county attorney. His rude and disrespectful comments as Campus Review … more
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