Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor are welcomed and encouraged. Please complete the form at this link Submit letters to the editor with the actual text of your letter in the text box. Letters will be edited for length--keeping no more than 500 words. Your letters should take the form of a statement of your issue, supporting evidence of your thinking, and a suggestion for a solution or a conclusion. We are grateful for your input.



Letters to the Editor — Robby Johnston

By The Publisher | March 25, 2020 |

Dear Editor, Most of society has viewed, or is aware of, the fictional portrayal of what are known as “Zombies”. These are humans that were once dead who have become resurrected by some means but remain lifeless. In addition to being lifeless, Zombies are also heartless; cruel; angry and destructive. They are not known to…

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Letter to the Editor — Northside Early Learning

By Editor | April 30, 2019 |

Editor, Attached please find the letter I submitted to each of the CCSD school board members in regards to their decision to no longer fund NELC to any extent from the general fund. CCSD Board Members, As an itinerant early childhood special education teacher at NELC I would like to express my heartfelt disappointment with…

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Letters to the Editor — Remembering the Past and Designing a Future

By The Publisher | March 22, 2019 |

The sign that once stood off of Highway 50 below Bench Road encouraged a phone call if you noticed odors. I was unaware of the seriousness of the situation that began in 2007. I didn’t follow the newspaper stories but I’ve since learned the sign was from a small but tough community in the midst…

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Letter to the Editor –

By The Publisher | March 7, 2019 |

“Thank You!” to Sheriff Hickcox for his column on the recently passed Background Check Law passed by our new Democrat controlled Nevada legislature. His words were reassuring to those of us who are now and have always been law abiding gun owners. Thank You Again. –Ron Duntley, Sr.

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