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Letters

  • Letter to | the Editor

     

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    To the Editor:

    Montgomery County Farm Bureau board of directors is celebrating National Agriculture Week, March 19-25.  The theme this year is “Agriculture: Food For Life.”

  • Letter to | the Editor

    To the Editor:

    About 11:30 this morning (March 13) I paid $132.50 by personal check to the Montgomery County clerk and submitted the attached affidavit along with the citation. 

    The Clerk said, “Oh, if you’re paying this, nobody will see the affidavit.” I responded, “Oh, I’ll make sure other people see it.” It was a pleasant exchange. I thanked her and left.

    Affidavit: 

  • Letter to | the Editor

    To the Editor:

    Russia has become, under Vladimir Putin, an organized criminal enterprise on the grandest scale, with a large territory, a military (including nuclear weapons), and a determination to expand. 

    Donald Trump attempted, over a 30-year period, to get in on the action there; he used to brag about that, now he denies it. The question is, did he succeed and if so, how did it affect his election and how might it affect his governing? We need to know.  

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    To the Editor:

     

    The Arts Education Partnership (AEP) reviewed studies that document student learning outcomes associated with an education in and through music. The results show conclusively that music education equips students with the foundational abilities to learn, to achieve in other core academic subjects, and to develop the capacities, skills and knowledge essential for lifelong success. 

  • Letter to | the Editor

    To the Editor:

    Monday, Feb. 27, the superintendent of the Red Oak School District made a recommendation to the school board that a music teacher be pink-slipped in order to save money. Let’s take a look at the consequences to student learning, student involvement, the impact of our community pride, and the overall quality of our superior music program this action would bring about.

  • Letter to | the Editor

    To the Editor:

    Students around the nine southwest Iowa counties which participate in Healthy Relationships curriculum and/or Mentors In Violence Prevention (MVP) through the Catholic Charities Phoenix House were presented with a Teen Dating Violence Awareness table in their schools during their lunch periods. 

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    To the Editor:

    My father, Ross Armen-trout, was a soldier in Word War II, and he often told me stories of going to Dachau, the oldest Nazi concentration camp in Germany, after it had been liberated. Maybe growing up hearing stories of Hitler’s destruction makes me so fearful that Hitler’s type of madness could happen again, right here in the United States.

  • Letter to | the Editor

    To the Editor:

    I write this letter to address concerns and questions regarding the safety improvements to Evergreen Ave. and 200th St. (H-34). This intersection was recognized by the county over eight years ago as a major safety concern, not only to local residents but neighboring counties as well.