Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor: We would like to give a well-deserved shout for a local who could be considered a perennial candidate for Citizen of the Year for Mineola. This person retired from an effective career as our local travel agent to only become more busy on the volunteer scene. more

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Dear Nanny State: more

The Forgotten Who Serve

Dear editor:

I wrote this in response to a kind veteran’s wife who thanked me with a card this day. more

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Dear editor: Given the important role the Mineola Independent School District plays in the life of almost every single child and family in our city, I expect to see very diligent reporting by the … more

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I was at the Mineola/West Rusk game on Friday night and was blown away with the behavior of the Mineola fans during the West Rusk HS marching band halftime performance. more

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I hope you go out of business. Your reporting is absolutely the worst I have ever seen. You sure do know a lot about what was said and by who during a meeting that was closed door. more

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Dear Editor: Thank you for the excellent story about my brothers last week. John Arbter wrote the most comprehensive and remarkably accurate article of any of the dozens I’ve read through the … more

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On behalf of the staff at Kelly Drug, I am writing to personally thank our local law enforcement agency and its personnel for their quick and professional response to our recent break-in. While we … more

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Dear Editor: I experienced the goodness and kindness of a complete stranger last week. more

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As a senior in Mineola High School, I am very hurt and concerned by the recent change within our school board. There may be things that I don’t understand, but I would like to reiterate how much this affects me and the community.

Dr. Tunnell has been here for my class since the beginning of our high school career. She was the first superintendent to make an impact on us in a long time. She is the superintendent that we saw at every single sport event, induction ceremony, band competition, and any other thing that involved the students on a Mineola campus.

Many of us can attest to this. more

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Dear Editor: Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in this country. It touches millions of lives—people of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds—but the research is clear: suicide is … more

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Dear Editor: Texas Sunset Advisory Commission voted to keep Quitman’s driver’s license office open. When it is open, it really isn’t. I have been three times in two weeks and haven’t … more
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