Letters to the Editor
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Editor: After reading your letter, Mr. Hammer, I’d like to address a few of your concerns: 1. Yes, there are employees, family members and students on this committee. The employees and the … more
Editor: The Durant and Wilton Community School Districts will pose the question on the election ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to reauthorize the current Revenue Purpose Statements for SAVE funds … more
Editor: On Tuesday, Nov 2, Durant will be electing a mayor and three members to the city council. I applaud all who have submitted their names to be candidates of these offices. I urge you to go … more
Editor: The Durant school board is at it again, attempting to put forth another tax bond issue after the last one a few years ago was resoundingly defeated. This time they have hired an … more
Editor: Here are the lessons most people try to teach their kids: play by the rules, play clean, accept the calls of the referees, and be a good sport if you lose. If those are what we expect … more
Editor: I drove over to Wilton a couple weeks ago. Occasionally, I like to pay my respects at the cemetery, then stop at the Candy Kitchen for a treat and to chat with Lynn Ochiltree to catch up … more
Editor: The Muscatine County Freedom Rock Smorgasbord was held a week ago Monday, Sept. 6, a beautiful day in downtown Wilton. The Freedom Rock Smorgasbord committee would like to thank everyone … more
Editor: Mariannette Miller-Meeks has supported a few House votes, but not the legislation that matters most. House Democrats passed the “John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act of … more
Editor: To whoever recently took the kitten from our property at 507 Maurer St. in Wilton: A few weeks ago, a little tiger kitten came to our yard crying. It looked to be only a couple weeks … more
Editor: Over and over, Marianette Miller-Meeks states that clean water is a priority. The House voted and, sure enough, her priority went down the drain along with the steady flow of contaminants, … more
Editor:The Fourth of July reminds me that this is one nation, indivisible. Americans can be of many political stripes, many races and religions, but we are all Americans. What binds us together in a … more
Editor: Iowa Republican Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst voted to make it harder for Americans to vote. The procedural [test] vote, S.1, “For the People Act,” would reform voting … more
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