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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Who really pays the costs for sports fields?
    Editor:
    The Nov. 24 article about the master-plan finalist contained the following message: “Sports teams that use park-maintained soccer fields will be asked to bear 50 percent of the upkeep costs.” Does anyone see what’s wrong with this idea? Don’t we already pay ALL of the costs? If not, then who is?
    John Rybon
    Kittredge

  • Our Readers Write

    Who really pays the costs for sports fields?
    Editor:
    The Nov. 24 article about the master-plan finalist contained the following message: “Sports teams that use park-maintained soccer fields will be asked to bear 50 percent of the upkeep costs.” Does anyone see what’s wrong with this idea? Don’t we already pay ALL of the costs? If not, then who is?
    John Rybon
    Kittredge

  • Our Readers Write

    Museum says thanks for Hank’s article
    Editor:
    The volunteers and board of the Humphrey Museum are most grateful for the very heartfelt article written by Hank Alderfer. We appreciate this tribute to the museum and love the Alderfer family photos, which we had never before seen.

  • Our Readers Write

    Registry can help in ALS research
    Editor:
    Combat operations are over in Iraq, declared President Obama earlier this year. So the Iraq war has ended. Our troops have returned home. But what the American public doesn’t know is that for some veterans, the war has just begun.

  • Our Readers Write

    Humphrey Museum story failed to recognize dedicated volunteers
    Editor:
    Having just read the article by Vicky Gits in the Oct. 27 edition of the Canyon Courier regarding the Humphrey Museum, I have two questions: How did Ms. Gits article help the Humphrey Museum, and was anyone else as dismayed as I was at the negative tone of her article?

  • Our Readers Write

    Anderson family says thanks
    Editor:
    Our family would like to extend to the people of Evergreen our thanks for their support, cards and wishes when our dad passed away. He will be missed deeply by us and all of the friends he touched over the years. This community has always pulled together to help each other when times are hard.

  • Our Readers Write

    Killing elk with arrow on golf course was inhumane, unnecessary
    Editor:
    While the human population can apparently shove its way around the planet with impunity for any purpose, including golfing, elk that dare to tread on the golf course are not allowed to conduct their lives without threat of being shot.

  • Our Readers Write

    School board policy goes the wrong direction
    Editor:
    The news story that informed us concerning the “muzzling” of school board members is interesting but not in the least surprising. In a time when “open and honest” are buzzwords that are constantly thrown about, the Jefferson County School District has gone the other direction.

  • Our Readers Write

    Two Democratic lawmakers also deserve recognition
    Editor:

  • Our Readers Write

    Smiling or not, you’re still on camera
    Editor: