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Time to talk safety
This is in response to a letter from Ed Brocksmith that appeared in the Dec. 19, 2012 edition, regarding the mass school shooting in Connecticut.
Take a chance on tax, or sit on hands
Zack Smith brought up some valid thoughts in his Letter to the Editor on Jan. 2 regarding the bond issue the mayor and city council have proposed.
Villages, sacred cow, and the sales tax
Many years later, upon a time, the village was still trying to cross the threshold to greatness, but it continued to be thwarted by the educational bureaucracies of the village. They continued to fight like piglets over the villagers’ golden teat of sales tax money. Their budgets dwarf the minuscule budget that barely sustains the village. Decades of pillage of the villagers’ gold led to disintegration of roadways and structures.
Tired of NSU ‘freebies’
It’s that time of the year again. The mayor and city council have decided that we need more taxes for a longer period of time.
I have read with interest the articles and comments on the football team at Sequoyah. I don’t even know where to begin, but I think it will be with Chief Bill John Baker.
Hospice work is great
I would like to send a letter of great gratitude to a local hospice.
There is good news from my doctor. I am off my blood pressure medication! Because of the 28-Day Wellness Challenge, I have been encouraged to change my old eating and exercise habits, become more educated, have a plan for my personal health goals, and I can truthfully see and feel the difference as I go about my busy daily life.
OSSAA robbed players
I am writing in support of the Sequoyah coaches, parents and individuals who may have contributed their money and efforts into getting some athletes to summer camps.
Focus on education
When I became an educator more than 35 years ago, I had no idea the amount of joy and fulfillment it would bring to my life.
I just have a word or two to all of your people who have been whining because you lost your job at Sequoyah High School.
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