Letters to the Editor
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"I guess this is photographic proof that people in the North Scott area are not concerned at all about the Omicron variant ..." more
"It is pretty clear that there is a race issue in North Scott when parents fill a gymnasium to complain about a teacher pushing their children's thinking and/or making them aware of the situations and experiences of people of color, different cultures, and socioeconomic status. ..." more
"We, people who pay taxes, who produce, who have ethics, who think, must loudly and unequivocally protest the inevitably destructive goal of the media to pit ethnic groups against each other ..." more
"Congratulations Dan, you have had a career that most people could only dream about ..." more
"I was proud of my hometown and agree with Jack Darland and others who had a strong response to the  UPONS Group’s Q& A article. I did not recognize the racist and anti-science views of that group ..." more
"Thanks to all who make the Scott County 4-H program so successful. 4-H is a great program for all youth starting with Clover kids (K-3) into the 4-H clubs (4-12). Congrats to everyone who makes 4-H a success ..." more
"Fox News hosts knew who was controlling the Jan. 6 insurrection attempt ..." more
"Groups and movements similar to UPONS have assuredly contributed to teacher burnout, with some great teachers leaving mid-year, and college kids choosing different career paths. This will play out disastrously for our kids in the coming years as the pool for highly-qualified teachers dries up ..." more
"Don, perhaps Bill might wish to make our duel a regular part of his paper: we could take turns in presenting an opinion. Call it 'Battle of the Don’s ..." more
"In 2020, even though Republicans were elected to almost every office in Iowa, the legislature decided that voter fraud existed. I don’t get it. We used to want more voter participation, but after the 2020 election, new restrictive requirements were enacted ..." more
"Using American Rescue Plan (ARPA) dollars to partially fund the new oversized juvenile jail will cost us plenty in the long run. Taxpayers deserve a vote on a $21.7- million expenditure and the additional $1 million in annual expenses. Using ARPA funds instead of bonds allows the board to arrogantly ignore the will of the people and denies us a vote ..." more
"I have a couple of concerns regarding the article in The NSP ... regarding the United Parents group (UPONS) ..." more
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