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Letters to the Editor, June 20, 2018

Letters to the Editor, June 20, 2018

God and Trump According to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the U.S. government has a right to separate immigrant children from their parents when they cross the border illegally. Sessions says this right was defined by Apostle Paul through “his clear and wise command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God

Letters to the Editor: Thoughts on McKinley, Trump and other pressing matters

Leave McKinley alone I have watched the statue of William McKinley be trashed and mocked for no good reason and for years on end. McKinley became President in an era when Irish workers were greeted with signs  saying “No Irish Need Apply.”  Thank you for noticing that he deserves better. Julie Timmons Eureka A slice

Letters to the Editor Sept. 21, 2016

Walking to end Alzheimer’s My husband Alan was diagnosed with dementia nine months after we were married. I was 53 years old, he was 61. Before the end of our sixth year together, in July 2011, he had passed. I am wildly grateful for having had Alan in my life. But it still breaks my

Letters to the Editor through mid-September

Talk about shameful! The Mad River Union’s “coverage” of recent Manila Community Services Board of Directors’ meetings would benefit from fuller disclosure, that is, when reporting or opining on meetings, writers/reporters should disclose that they have not attended the meetings on which they are writing or opining. For example, Jack Durham “reported” on a meeting

Letters To The Editor Through May 19, 2014

Elect a future-focused BOS There are some good candidates in this year’s Board of Supervisor’s race. Interactions during debates and community forums give them the chance to zero in and respond to the issues most important to us, their constituents. This year the immediate concerns seem to be safety within our communities, adequate law enforcement,