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Letters to the editor: June 12

Let’s go it alone and make deals with countries that want our business and vice versa. In the article Food fight pits vegans against eateries (June 9) —which in the print edition had the headline ‘Vic... read more

Letter to the editor: Youth center writing was appreciated

It has been my great pleasure to be the director of the Glens Falls Area Youth Center. I can assure you my life is enriched due to the teens in this area. Letters to the editor on topics of general in... read more

Letters to the Editor, June 9

Re “Area explodes with projects” (Jenny Yuen, June 5): I only have a few problems with all of this development. The first being, “Why do we need to do this?” I’ve always wondered when a city is full. ... read more

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Letter to the editor: Thanks to those who made June 3 historic house tour a success

(“Where the majority doesn’t really rule,” Friday, June 9) Gouveia could not pass a reasonable test on American history and civics. Bill, America has always been a collection or set of “free and indep... read more

Letters to the editor - Sunday, June 25

Unfortunately, the thieves are not reading this letter, and have no scruples about taking what belongs to others. I simply ask, leave our homes alone. On June 19th, the editorial page featured two ver... read more

Letters to the Editor: June 11

Regarding the article Abuser worked at Mount Hope; St. Joe’s chief apologizes (June 9). One can only ask how such lack of proper care and abuse of residents could occur under other employees’ eyes and ... read more

Letters to the Editor for June 20

Letters have a 250-word limit. Letters may be edited for length, style and grammar. Send to letters@tulsaworld.com. Mail to Tulsa World, Letters to the Editor, Box 1770 ... who lives within our circul... read more

Letters to the editor: June 5

On June 7, voters in Ontario have the opportunity to change how the province is being governed. So before you go to the polls to vote, ask yourself what is the most important issue facing Ontario. Is ... read more

Asheville Archives: The annexation of West Asheville, 1917

Photo courtesy of the North Carolina Collection, Pack Memorial Library, Asheville On June 9, 1917 ... for the perks of city life. In a letter to the editor published on Jan. 12, resident Joe ... read more

Letters to the editor: June 9

Your May 24 editorials in the Tidings and Mail-Tribune express the opinion that court claims against the cities of Ashland and Medford regarding the constitutionality of their expulsion ordinances are ... read more

Letters for June 9

We appreciate the community's participation and look forward to Veteran's Day in November. In response to W.R. Klemm (Eagle, June 8), the hatred for President Barack Obama, both ideologically and pers... read more

Letters to the editor - June 4

I recently attended the dedication of the refurbished snake sculpture at Wrightstown and Pantano roads — a wonderful partnership between the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona and the Por... read more

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