• Letters to the Editor

    Respect for principal Dear Editor, I appreciate the Guard’s recognition of area educators upon their retirement and other noteworthy accomplishments. When Mr. Qualls called to say that you wanted to print an article recognizing my years of service, I was flattered. I enjoyed visiting with Mr. Qualls, …

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    Growing problem of dog attacks Dear editor: On the evening of Aug. 23, 2013, I let my four little dogs outside to use the restroom, something I have done for the past 15 years. Shortly after they had gone out I heard a lot of barking. I looked out …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Ambulance owner disputes story about transport Dear Editor, I was amazed at the article written by Angelia Roberts regarding Ozark EMS. I believe in freedom of the press and freedom of speech, but only if it has been verified by all parties involved. Ms. Roberts misquoted me quite a few …

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    Final lap was bittersweet Dear Editor: Saturday’s “Final Lap for Sara” Sara Low 5K was bittersweet. I have never run for a better cause, never been with better people, and never been so touched as with everyone who gave their time resources year after year for this event. …

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    Museum offers maps on website Dear editor: I was pleased to see in the Batesville Daily Guard on Aug. 8 that the Commissioner of State Lands had presented a reproduction of a historic plat map to the county. In case you would like to research …

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    Dear Editor: Reference “Second person arrested after aerial surveillance”, Wednesday August 7, 2013: Were I the US Air Force, US Army, the DEA, Arkansas Game & Fish, Arkansas State Police, 3rd Judicial Drug Task Force and the Sharp County Sheriff’s Office I would be embarrassed …

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    Trayvon, voter ID Dear editor: Things that bug me: 1. The George Zimmerman case. Why did Trayvon Martin not just go on home? No one had stopped him. But no, he came back to challenge a man who had a gun. He hit him and …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Racism in America Dear Editor: I must say that I did not follow the Trayvon Martin trial very closely. I don’t claim to know all the facts involved and, also, admit that I haven’t followed all of the aftermath either. What little I do know, …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Bathroom complaint Dear editor: To the mayor, park director, city council members: I attended the Independence Day festivities at Riverside Park and I was ashamed of our city. It was regarding the condition of the rest room facilities. There is one each for the men …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Thanks for listening to the people  Dear editor: Regarding White River being designated National Blueway and watershed: I am writing to thank Judge Robert Griffin for representing Independence County during the National Blueway issue. We thank you for listening to We the People. Reports from those …

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    Fire dues on top of taxes ‘double dipping’ Dear editor: To the Bethesda community: We are being asked to pay $30 a year fire dues for the Bethesda Fire Department. But we have not been told that there is $156,000 coming to the fire department. …

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    Remembering a letter written ‘just in case’    Dear editor: Many people in the U.S. will not realize that next month will be the anniversary of a “cease fire” signed in Korea 60 years ago. It has been called the forgotten war. It only lasted three years, …

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