Letters to the Editor
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Editor: Some of us are weary of the two parties attempting to only embarrass the other party while avoiding solving real problems. Here is a short list of subjects that any voter can ask … more
Editor: I am writing in response to a Wilton Beaver Tale editorial printed March 28 by Katelyn Buckland. It is sad to hear high school kids have so much stress. Is it jobs, sports or family … more
When I heard that Wilton Jr./Sr. High language arts teacher Marcia Hetzler had resurrected the Wilton eighth grade Washington, D.C. trip, I was extremely happy. Around five years ago, the annual … more
Editor: Why would Gov. Kim Reynolds, when visited this past week by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, insist on a closed-door meeting to strategize the introduction of DeVos’ so-called … more
Editor’s note: The following is a paid editorial by Fred Grunder of Wilton.Editor:The Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act was voted on in the U.S. Senate on Feb. 27. This bill would … more
Editor:After reading about Wilton’s recent city council meeting, I saw there was concern over Triple B’s “mountain” of concrete.I see a large pile of money sitting there on a … more
Editor:What makes me an American?Not just that I was born here. Being an American carries a larger meaning than that simple accident of birth.I am an American, because I believe in the principles and … more
Editor: I know the left feels that only Democrats and minorities can be offended but that isn’t really true. When presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg decided to quote scripture in the … more
Editor: In offense to both Christ and our Constitution, leaders of the conservative agenda continue to present ideas from the Bible’s “Old Testament” as “Christian.” They are not the … more
Editor: As everyone knows, the year 2019 has been very difficult for area farmers because of the inclement weather conditions. The Wilton FFA was in the same boat as everyone else, working … more
Editor: There are many benefits to adapting to a single payer universal system of healthcare. Overall costs will be lower. Despite fear-based misinformation, reality is this: the system will … more
Editor: Congratulations to the Iowa Hawkeye football team on a memorable Holiday Bowl win. The Hawkeyes dominated the game from the opening kickoff, playing nearly error-free with intensity and … more
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