Letter: Carol Asher Kamiah
Although I see the hour as very late, it is nonetheless encouraging to see more people, the world over, beginning to question a lot of the sorry mass media propaganda that daily passes for globalist "network news."
Letter: Arthur Bedford Grangeville
Executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, 3,500 new business crushing regulations, the feds attempting to regulate our local police departments.
Letter: Harold Gott Grangeville
I am writing to offer my support for the upcoming Mt. View School District levy election.
Letter: Bettie Cox Grangeville
The parents of the children who found the money near Keuterville should be given high praise and applause for the lesson they taught their kids that day.
Letter: Carol Schmidt Camas Prairie Food Bank Grangeville
Camas Prairie Food Bank Board and volunteer staff thank all who have helped us, this past year, continue to serve those needing food assistance in our area.
Letter: Jim Holsinger Grangeville
There seems to be a continual push for enacting moral laws to protect us from ourselves. Consider those who fight to establish anti-gun laws.
Letter: Glen Scott Swearingen Kooskia
The Northwest Passage Scenic Byway, U.S. Highway 12, in Clearwater, Lewis and Idaho counties is the Rodney Dangerfield of the Idaho Transportation Department’s 2nd District. It gets no respect. The last time it got respect, Captain Meriwether Lewis had something to do with it.
Letter: Steven Wassmuth Grangeville
Call me the “Valentine’s Day Scrooge” if you wish but something last week made me wonder why this had to happen.
Letter: James Haeder
I received an e-mail from my sister-in-law, Dawn Kennedy-Haeder, outlining the visit from the Varsity Blue Choir, to my brother, Dewey Haeder. Again, this group has shown compassion and grace to visit my brother and to serenade him for Valentine’s Day, as he and my sister-in-law struggle with his medical and physical decline. Thank you, Varsity Blue and Mrs. Stefani, for your touching and generous gift of time and music, and a quote from Dawn’s e-mail: “When he was awake later, I asked him if he had been awake enough to hear the choir. He whispered ‘Oh yes,’ and smiled again. Then he began to hum.”
Letter: Mary Lycan
Regarding Ms. Perdue’s letter [Feb. 11 issue] of living within budgets, I think she needs to look a little deeper into what takes place with road maintenance. She may be an authority on equipment maintenance and snowplowing but that is not all the districts are responsible for.
Letter: Robert A. Nida, One Hour Photo Express, Inc. / Radio Shack
As reported in the news, Corporate RadioShack has filed Chapter 11. How does this affect our store in Grangeville, Idaho?
Letter: Michelle Perdue, Grangeville
As I recall, the Secure Rural Schools, or “SRS” funds were originally the Craig-Wyden Funds that began in 2000.
Letter: Leonard Wallace New Meadows
Supposedly the U.S.F.S. is going to restore our forests back to what they were in 1900; virtually impossible with the current management plan.
I would like to bring awareness to a problem that I am seeing quite a bit in our local area. This issue is regarding pets that people are trying to re-home. My family believes in pets as family members. We don’t take them in on a whim. Our family is blessed in the fact that we are rural and have the luxury of room to let our pets run. A lot of homes are in town and need to be aware of, not only the room they have, but their neighbors also.
Letter: C.M. “Chuck” Vogelsong
A few weeks ago I got a letter from a man named Mark Meckler who is trying to organize a Convention of States under article five of our U.S. Constitution.