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Crop signs are very much appreciated

Letter to the Editor

Seeing the crop identification signs along Highway 95 from Winchester to Grangeville is such a pleasure.

USFS letting road deteriorate to Whitewater Ranch

Letter to the Editor

Apparently the good-old USFS is letting the road to Whitewater Ranch on the Salmon River knowingly deteriorate to the point that it is almost, or it is by now, impossible to use even in a four-wheel pickup.

Either smear them or find way to fire them

Letter to the Editor

Wow, “The action was not taken for political reasons.” “It’s not political.” “It’s definitely not political.” Sheriff Giddings, is that how it is all handled in California?

Giddings: Trust him a little less than Hillary

Letter to the Editor

Two deputies in Asotin County knew about the abuse of a minor and did not take proper action. Neither of them are public officers any longer. Good. Luckily the sheriff there did not follow our Sheriff Doug Giddings example.

Hope they are true conservatives ...

Letter to the Editor

They just lie about their party affiliation to cheat the system. No big deal to them.

People pitched in for Riverfront Park cleanup

Letter of Thanks

Kamiah Community Partners Coalition wishes to say a big “Thank You” to all those who helped clean up Riverfront Park on Thursday, May 12.

Enlightened advocates foist vision on county to fund ambitions

Letter to the Editor

So, will Idaho and Idaho County residents actually trade their children’s “innocence” for a few “federal dollars” (these are “tax” dollars that theoretically started in your pocket) for public education funding. Obama’s counting (blackmailing) on you funding your own child’s worldview (transgender mandate) transformation/breakdown. It’s one thing for a liberal/socialist to embrace a “village raising/inculcating their offspring.” The test is if those folks who think they’re conservatives will bow before the altar of “political correctness.”

Some politicians never understand constituents

Letter to the Editor

I offer some comments and advice to misguided politicians seeking public office by obtaining votes from constituents in a country founded on the principle of, by and for the people. The recent primary election in the Grangeville area shows that one candidate didn’t seem to understand elections are based on the will of the people

Credit to all those with Women on Target event

Letter of Thanks

I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation to all of the IDFG, law enforcement, and voluntary personnel who contributed to the success of the recent “Women on Target” event.

USFS: next to God, above law or what?

Letter to the Editor

I see where the U.S.F.S. is doing prescribed burns again, which accomplishes several things: destroys the duff under the trees which holds the moisture, so the ground will dry out, kills underbrush and trees which makes a place for beetles to start and then migrate to standing trees; however ...

‘Beautification’ work not more important than our kids

Letter to the Editor

First, it’s clear you have very little understanding of the families you were elected to serve. It’s not “some families” that have two parents who work... it’s most families that do. Kids Klub isn’t a “niche market,” and it’s an absolute necessity to the “vested interest” you say you have in developing healthy, functioning families in our community.

Smart thing to back wonderful program

Letter to the Editor

I was saddened and disheartened to hear that the commissioners have only given a tentative “yes” to be decided at a future date on the grant money that could be given to Kids Klub. They are a wonderful organization that not only helps out families but improves the whole community. They offer so many things to children that they would not normally obtain in a rural community.

Would this play out by the house of prosecutor or judge?

Letter to the Editor

I wonder, how would this play out if it were next door to the prosecutor or the judge? Well, fortunately for them, they can’t see it from their house.

Offer hope in midst of difficult situations

Letter of Thanks

I wanted to express my gratitude to everyone who planned, supported, and participated in the mental health activities in Grangeville last week.

Patience, help during search efforts

Letter of Thanks

We wanted to take a moment to say thank you to the Riggins community, and especially the sheriff’s department’s search and rescue for all you did for our family.

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