Letters to the Editor
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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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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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Dear Editor: Years ago I wrote about the way so many quickly blame any and all violence on guns. This past week has been an emotional rollercoaster for the poor victims of the latest shootings, … more

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Dear Nanny State: more

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Dear Editor: The following is meant to clarify the mystique of Freemasonry. more

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Dear Editor: The duties and responsibilities of judge and prosecutor are different. If they do not remain separate, the system breaks down. more

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Gospel music has made an impact on society. In the last 50 years there have been numerous songs and singers who have emerged in the Christian arena. more

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I am writing to thank Quitman residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. more

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As a concerned U.S. citizen, I am speechless that Washington lawmakers and President Trump have locked horns over securing America’s southern borders. more

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

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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 Editor: Before moving to Wood County from the Metroplex about 11 years ago, I never knew that buying a vehicle could actually be a stress-free pleasant experience. I first encountered this with Cindy from Brian Toliver in Quitman when I bought my Ford Escape. Even financing was a breeze. more
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