• Letters to the Editor

    Reader wants to keep Sharp dry Dear editor: Wet or dry? Sharp County is facing that decision next week. We need to know the facts and vote responsibly and informed. True, there will be additional revenue brought in to the county. But not what most …

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    Voter says no to ‘bigoted’ writings  On Saturday, Oct. 20, Charlie Fuqua came campaigning to my home. I told him that, having read his views, I would not vote for him. Mr. Fuqua told me that what I had seen printed was out of context, …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Dear editor: Over the last three decades: 20 years with Republican President 12 years with Democratic President 16 years with Republican Senate 16 years with Democratic Senate 14 years with Republican House 18 years with Democratic House Spending continues and grows. Debt continues and grows. …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Quilting replaces UofA football? Perhaps the president of University Arkansas regrets firing the previous Hogs football coach as a hasty decision in view of this season’s embarrassing losses. In retrospect a past president of the United States got caught, let’s say, with “his hand in the cookie jar” …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Dear Editor: I read where Gov. Mitt Romney made a statement that 47 percent of Americans don’t pay income taxes and implied that President Obama will receive their votes this coming November. While no one seemed to dispute the governor’s claim about the percentage, there …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Dear Editor: “The Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty-seven and of the independence of the United States of America the twelfth” (quoting the Constitution of the United States of America) was the date the Constitution …

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    To the editor: In the midst of all the crime we read about in the paper, listen to on the radio and watch on television, there is much good that abounds in this world and especially in our community. Much of this good goes unnoticed …

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  • Letter to the editor

    To the Editor Astounding! Our editor shows interest in tax policy. It’s a shame she didn’t show an interest earlier in the year. Perhaps debating debt in the form of municipal bonds and increased sales taxes would have been healthy both for our county and …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Dear editor: Well, I notice the cemetery thieves have struck again. This is four floral arrangements that have been stolen off the top of my Mom and Dad’s tombstone. Do you have a vendetta against them? If it is against me, please face me with …

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  • Letter to the editor

    School addresses girl’s nut allergy   Dear Editor, I have a 5-year-old daughter who at the age of 18 months was diagnosed with a severe nut allergy. My husband and I were very hesitant to send her to school, because we were very fearful. We …

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  • Letter to the editor

    Dear Editor, Pioneer football season is quickly approaching, and that means hunting season will soon be here also. As hunters are getting everything ready to enjoy the seasons, I want to remind all gun owners it is your duty to keep yourself and your household …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Apology offered Dear Editor: The quorum court supported small business on Aug. 13 with the tabling of tax increases till next year. I wrote a letter to this paper last week criticizing the court for what I called a “tax and spend” mentality. Monday night they …

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