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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    State faces tough budget decisions
    Editor:
    In response to Katherine Hahn’s letter to the Editor in the Feb. 9 Canyon Courier:

  • Our Readers Write

    Now we know where Gerou stands
    Editor:
    I live in Cheri Gerou’s district. Now I know exactly where she stands with regard to taking care of children. Nice job, Ms. Gerou, denying funding for breakfast to children whose parents for whatever reason are poor.
    Every child (rich, poor, immigrant) has the right to an education, and a child who hasn’t had breakfast can’t learn.

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks for MLK Day service
    Editor:
    I’d like to express my gratitude and appreciation to the Rev. Dee Cooper and the Rev. Mary Ann Dimand for the fine Interfaith Martin Luther King Day service they lovingly crafted for Evergreen this year. 

  • Our Readers Write

    ‘Whitewashing’ of Twain an affront to American values
    Editor:
    NewSouth Books’ “whitewashing” of Huckleberry Finn is an affront to integrity, and substantially harms the work of art as created by Samuel Clemens by scrubbing away his indictments of racism. What NewSouth Books is doing is morally and ethically wrong, and should be regarded as criminal.

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    Election influence a key problem
    Editor:
    In reply to Hannah Hayes’ column “Wealthiest 5% must come to the rescue,” I agree with the comments on election influence. This external funding essentially kept the real national and state issues off-point.

  • Our Readers Write

    Ignorance comes at a high price
    Editor:

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    Thanks, Evergreen!
    Editor:
    As local chairman of the Evergreen Salvation Army Bell Ringing Campaign, I would like to thank all those people who so generously contributed of their time, energy and money to make the campaign a huge success in the Evergreen community.

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    Thanks for hosting Interfaith Thanksgiving

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    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