Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: The 2020 pandemic has resulted for many as an opportunity to slow down life, to evaluate priorities, and to realize that we all have basic human needs. We have found out how important mental health and wellness is for healthy … more
To the Editor: Have you noticed? Hundreds of thousands of new neighbors have moved into our neighborhood. Only they're not the kind of neighbors we're used to. These neighbors don't send their kids to our schools, attend our Churches, shop in … more
Editor’s Note -- John K. Kenyon’s letter is continued from Tuesday’s issue of The Reporter: If you can't stand President Trump or don't like his tweets, then at least look at what his administration has accomplished: Defunded Planned … more
To the Editor: When I was 10 years old, I stayed up until midnight with my Mom and Dad to watch the returns between Kennedy and Nixon. We had to wait until the next day to find out that Kennedy had won. Our parents were extremely excited and … more
To the Editor: As elected officials, we can only properly serve Iowans by meeting with our constituents as much as possible and hearing from them directly so we can take their fight to the statehouse or to Washington, D.C. Senator Joni Ernst … more
To the Editor: Iowa dirt, life blood of our county, has provided generations of hard-working farm families the opportunity to feed the world and support our local economy. But did you know this same Iowa dirt built one of the first churches in … more
To the Editor: The week of September 13th-19th, 2020 is a time of celebration at Horizons Unlimited. It is a special time to recognize the Direct Support Professional and the amazing work that they do. During the National Direct Support … more
To the Editor: I first met Vitus Terveer on a personal basis when he invited me to the annual Legion Soup Supper in the fall of 1970, the same year I got out of the Air Force. It wasn't long before he signed me up as a member of the Ayrshire … more
To the Editor: Despite repeated attempts by several local citizens to convince our city officials that there is widespread support for a dog park, our Parks Board members remain unconvinced. These excerpts from the 7/13/18 minutes of the Parks … more
The 2020 Palo Alto County Fair was held July 14-19 as a 4-H and FFA only event. Youth were able to have their static exhibits evaluated by judges and livestock shows were held on a "show and go" basis with only immediate family in attendance. We … more
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