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When did right of way law change?

Letters to the Editor

When did the law change?

Lester: true steward of taxpayer money

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Wes Lester has the experience to be the next mayor of Grangeville. With his knowledge of how city government works and the things that don’t work, he is the most qualified to make the best decisions.

Lester: has skills, understanding of city responsibilities

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Wes Lester’s years of serving on Grangeville City Council gives him the leadership skills and in-depth understanding of city operations and responsibilities. He is ready to serve as mayor on day one.

Abandoning kittens to starve: cruel, unlawful

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This is very sad, and it’s also heartless and cruel, and I do believe it’s against the law.

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‘Wilderness’ scheme way to control lands and not care for them

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The U.S. Forest Service office at Riggins might want to consider chain-link fence if they can’t (or won’t) keep flammable weeds away from their plastic ones.

Need new structure to ensure ethics of drug manufacturers

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We need a new structure of corporate governance that ensures the ethical responsibly of drug makers to do what they are supposed to do: create high-quality, low-cost products for the national interest.

Lester: knows how the city works; someone with experience

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We need persons who are aware of the budget process of a government agency, have been exposed to the ins and outs of running a municipality. Wes Lester has been on the council for 20-plus years and has the experience needed for the job of mayor.

ARF gains momentum; facility plan for 2020

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ARF’s mission is to develop a “no kill” regional animal shelter that will: protect the welfare of abandoned and abused pets, provide care and shelter to pets, spay and neuter to prevent future unwanted pets. Secure adoptive homes for pets and support community awareness of ethical treatment of animals.

Oktoberfest help was appreciated; lot of work but worth it

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The Grangeville Merchants Oktoberfest Committee would like to thank everyone who came to our second annual Oktoberfest!

Athletes should kneel to kiss the ground of this great land

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Andrew Ottoson’s op-ed [Oct. 4 issue] concerning professional football’s player protests prompted me to submit the following comments. I never was a big fan of the NFL to begin with so my low regard for them has dipped even further.

Interested to serve? Take EMT class

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Kooskia Ambulance will be conducting an EMT class starting Nov. 7. This is for people who are interested in serving their community.

Players not intelligent nor honorable

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I am gravely disappointed in professional sports. From the servitude of the public in supporting stadiums, through bonds and the immense costs associated with viewership for the benefit of benefactors, to the decline of decency and gentlemanlike sportsmanship that I observed in earlier years.

Good work put into Octoberfest; great job

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Thank you, Octoberfest staff. You did great. It takes a lot of work to put this on. I was on the very first one and know how much you three – Melinda Hall, Nancy Asker and Peggy Wright — did.

Many thanks to those who donated to drive

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The generosity of community members is amazing! Many thanks to those who donated.

Staff could not stay on; know this meal program will continue

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The kitchen staff of the Grangeville Senior Center and Winchester Senior Center would like to extend a heartfelt apology to all the seniors who attend our center and receive meals on wheels.

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