Letters to the Editor

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    Dixon set the bar for how to serve

    Sen. Alan Dixon was clearly a historic person who exemplified all that is good and wholesome about American politics.

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    Who's considerate, who's not

    I would like to say thanks to all of the inconsiderate people who felt it necessary to pass my daughter's funeral procession on the right side by Sonnenberg's landscape business.

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    Murray residents given the choice they deserve

    Although federal Judge Marvin Aspen ruled that Murray Center in Centralia may be closed, he also made it very clear that the state must offer residents a full range of services, including Intermediate Care Facility-Developmentally Disabled (with 24-hour on-site nursing care) services.

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    Where are the new bridge signs?

    New bridge? As you approach the entrance to new bridge from Interstate 55 or Interstate 64, why is there no sign telling motorists the name of the bridge? After you pass the entrance six or seven signs name other bridges. The signs at the new bridge read Interstate 70, Kansas City. What about St...

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    Get tough on white-collar-crime complaint

    I read in the July 11 edition about three people whom willingly robbed individual townships and business. These three people are educated, not dumb bunnies.

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    No money but no layoffs

    With all the talk we get from our illustrious leaders about how we need more money (taxes) for everything under the sun, we must eventually ask the question of exactly why.

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    Don't wait for help to arrive

    My heartfelt sympathies go to the family of veteran Thomas Breen who died from stage four bladder cancer before being seen by the Veterans Administration in Phoenix.

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    Build a no man's land

    While the House of Representatives and the Senate debate the issue of all of these children that no one wants to do anything about, I have a suggestion. First, buy all of the property along the Rio Grande River for a distance of one mile deep. Second, remove all foliage and trees to create a no-...

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    Give compliments when due

    When we check out at a store, we are often given a website to which we can go and take a survey. We are enticed to take the survey by the promise of a coupon or discount, but the promised reward seldom entices us to complete the survey.

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    Sanctuary for the children?

    With the ongoing influx of children crossing our southern border, the biggest problem seems to be what to do with them. With so many cities and states refusing to accept them, it occurred to me that there are many places where they would be welcomed with open arms.

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