Letters to the Editor
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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
Editor: Iowa was the first state since the COVID-19 pandemic began to enact legislation constricting an Iowan’s ability to vote: in-person and by mail. An official with Heritage Action … more
Editor: Like most group activities, spring of 2020 saw an end to the Tri-County Community Band. This was an interruption of over 40 years of summer concerts in Durant and other communities. Most … more
Editor: The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary would like to welcome home the three young men who have recently returned from service. We regret we did not know that they were in … more
Editor: The Wilton High School Alumni Association wants to recognize the community of Wilton and the Advocate News for their support in our re-boot of our Alumni Banquet this past April 17. The … more
Editor’s note: The following editorial was received from the Iowa Association of Track Coaches April 28. Editor: As an association we have been through many ups and downs in the past year. … more
Editor: I have been watching as legislators from across the state have been meeting in Des Moines for the last few weeks as they advance their priorities and set a budget for the coming fiscal … more
Editor: Watching the NCAA basketball tournament on television is changing from watching basketball to watching commercials. Each team has their timeouts, then there are TV timeouts, game … more
Editor: I would like to send a shout out to the crossing guards at the Wilton schools. They do a great job protecting our children — getting them across the busy street — plus they keep … more
Editor: Provisional 2nd District congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks has voted to support childhood poverty and food insecurity for Iowans and all Americans. In voting against House … more
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