Letters to the Editor
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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

Scattershooting

I was on my way to the post office the other day when I happened to think of my favorite sports writer, Blackie Sherrod of the old Dallas Times Herald. more

Letter to the editor

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

Letter to the Editor

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

Letter to the Editor

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

Letter to the Editor

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

Letter to the editor

Dear editor: What we’re experiencing in our world today is nothing new. more

I have met so many caring people in Mineola

Thank you Cody, Russell, Rhonda, Johnnie, other employees at Brookshire’s, and Bo at Byford Automotive. (...) I will always remember all of you. Again, I have met so many caring people in Mineola. You truly are a wonderful community. more

Letter to the editor

Mr. Tucker, sir, that was a political ploy if ever I saw one! What exactly did you hope to accomplish? You’ve given the political opposition to State District Judge Fletcher and Wood County Sheriff Castloo an unfair advantage. Placing Jim Brown’s and Miles Tucker’s photo on the front page and then top billing in the article was a bit much.  more

Letter to the editor

The citizens of Wood County should be outraged that the charges against former sheriff, Jim Brown, and his chief deputy, Miles Tucker, were dropped because of the statute of limitations. more

Letters Policy

Letters to the editor are opinions expressed by the writers and in no way reflect opinions or policies of this paper. Publication of a letter does not necessarily mean the facts have been confirmed. more
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