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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor - Bud Bennett

| Bud Bennett | Letters to the Editor
As many of you might know, I live on Maine Street in Eads, Colorado and am the guy who flies the multitude of flags in front of my home every single day. I have collected a large array of flags representing just about every occupation, organization, state, and country that exists.

Letter to the Editor - Roberts and Zimmerman

| Alexa Roberts and Karl Zimmerman | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

This long overdue letter is to thank the people of Kiowa County for their long-standing support of the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site. It has been an honor for the two of us to have lived and worked in this incredible community for most of the last two decades.

Letter to the Editor - Floyd Griswould

| Floyd Griswould | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

Well Priscilla Waggoner not sure where to write this letter to the Editor but here goes.

Letter to Editor: Kiowa County Commissioners to Governor Polis

| Kiowa County Commissioners | Letters to the Editor

Letter to Governor Jared Polis, President of the Senate Leroy Garcia and Speaker of the House K.C. Becker From Kiowa County Commissioners
Re: Don't Give Our Votes for President to California and New York

Letter to the Editor - Wiley and Robin Madewell

| Wiley and Robin Madewell | Letters to the Editor
DEAR EDITOR

My name is Wiley Madewell. On Sunday, February 3, 2019, myself, my wife, and our friend Chris Armstrong were traveling through your community.

Letter to the Editor - Sean Lening

| Sean Lening | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

For those that attended the Saturday portion of the “Border Wars” basketball tournament in Syracuse, you were able to witness school pride at its finest first hand. The Syracuse student section put on a clinic in school pride that was something right out of the movie “Hoosiers”.

Letter to the Editor: Eloquence & Grace: All you need to know...

| Jeff C. Campbell | Letters to the Editor
Eloquence & Grace: All You Need to Know ...

Letter to the Editor - Sylvia Shields

| Sylvia Shields | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

A friendly wave, and a “Hi, How are you?” This is the greeting as I enter the front doors of Prairie Pines and make my way down the hall to see my dad. What a friendly, inviting and warm atmosphere.

Letter to the Editor - Clay Copeland

| Clay Copeland | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

Letter to the Editor from the Kiowa County Commissioners

| Kiowa County Commissioners | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,
Landfill, a place to put one’s trash, is NOT so simple!  For the past two years, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Kiowa County, plus many other counties and towns of Colorado, have been in often heated discussions concerning operations.

Letter to the Editor: June 20, 2018 Cindy McLoud

| Cindy McLoud | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

I believe that one of my duties as a commissioner is to share information with the people of Kiowa County whenever I think they might find it useful. So, I’m writing to this publication in hopes that you will allow me to clear up a little confusion about how special districts work and what state mandates involve. 

Letter to the Editor - March 28, 2018

| Daryle Lovett | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor:

I read Mr. Stum’s letter of March 14, 2018 and re-read his letter of February 28, 2018   I agree we must be coming more callous.

Letter to the Editor: March 14, 2018 (Stum)

| Linly Stum | Letters to the Editor
Mr. Stum originally wrote a letter to the editor, titled “I have seen the enemy, and it is us”, which ran in the February 28, 2017 issue.

Guidelines for Submitting a Letter to the Editor

| Priscilla Waggoner | Letters to the Editor
There are a handful of mainstream issues in this nation that engender strong feelings among people, on both sides, and the freedom to express our disagreements is one of the beauties of living in a democracy. When we express those disagreements in ways that are mature, civil, reasonable and respectful of the other person’s right to an opinion--even when the opinion opposes that of others--the dialogue is elevated, and the community benefits, as a whole.

Letter to the Editor - March 7, 2018

| Ron Healy | Letters to the Editor
In response to the Letter to the Editor "We Have Met the Enemy", printed in the February 28, 2018 edition:

“Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Fear Itself”-- Franklin D. Roosevelt