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Cats are an invasive species

Editor: What unabashed BS from “cat lovers.” From the Ledger’s 27 Feb 2020 edition. I suppose it would be okay for them to have their children...

 

Columnist strikes a cord

Response to Blackstone Maybe because I’m pretty much home-bound because of the coronavirus, or maybe because he struck a cord – and possibly...

 

Misinformation causes concern

Dear Editor, After reading the letter titled “Media Causes Concern” (March 12, 2020), as well as answers to the “Question of the Week” in the...

 

Military memorabilia wanted

Editor: I would like to use this venue to ask your readers if they have any U.S. military memorabilia and war effort materials, pre-1955, they would...

 

For the greater community

Last weeks editorials caught my attention! It seems with some folks it’s all about themselves and their little world. Thank you Mayor Lacy and...

 

Media causes concern

Dear Editor, In your viewpoint this week (February 27, 2020), you incorrectly stated that Coronavirus started in China. This is incorrect. The...

 

Council's control frightening

I would like to address this sewer project that the city council and mayor have forced upon their residence. A petition against the sewer system was...

 

Cat law not necessary

Last week’s Ledger had a letter, “City should have restrictions for cats…..”. It would seem that the words of Governor Aldlai Stevenson are...

 

Poking fun at ourselves

A few years back, there was a pious Norwegian Lutheran lady named Lena who had dealt with alcoholism in her family for some time. As a result of...

 

City should have restrictions for cats just the same as dogs

I am a long-time resident, taxpayer and former dog owner and I would like to use this venue to ask the City of Thompson Falls to address the problem...

 

Practice by example

Ledger Couldn’t help but notice the photo in the Feb. 6th edition of the first graders celebrating their 100th day of school depicting their...

 

Quitting tobacco important to health

Editor: There is no safe form of tobacco. Smokeless tobacco (dip, chew, snuff, snus, and dissolvable tobacco products) can cause cancer of the mouth,...

 

Be safe and mind your manners

Hello neighbors, Per last week’s Ledger, I see that the Trout Creek Bridge schedule is set. I was diligently anticipating a mention of Black Tail...

 

Outlook not so good

I haven’t picked up a Ledger in a while, but I was curious to see what our local political heroes had to offer. First I read that our local...

 

Respect for country's history

Editor: There is no Constitutional crisis, only a need to follow the United States Constitution. Our forefathers gave with faith in God and courage...

 

State should consider SOS policy

I appreciate last week’s letter on the wolf problem (Hunters can get things changed, December 12, 2019). I don’t dislike wolves, but I am...

 

Commissioners don't support act

The Lake and Sanders County commissioners received a draft of Senator Steve Daines’ “Montana Water Rights Protection Act,” a proposal to...

 

Letter: Doing the 'right' thing

The Education of an Idealist, by Samantha Power (Harper Collins 2019) In this wise, informative, autobiographical account from recent history, author...

 

Hunters can get things changed

Dear Editor: Last winter local sportsmen held a meeting in Trout Creek with the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to discuss the wolf problem in Region...

 

Blackstone is right on

Mr. Blaine Blackstone: Just now I have had the opportunity to read your article in the Sanders County Ledger (Nov. 21, 2019) entitled “Quid Pro Quo...

 

Reaching our own conclusions

Dear Editor, I appreciate the overall positive writing in your paper and the transparent coverage of local news. I’m writing after reading several...

 

Polite communication needed

Oh my goodness, the TV does not work this morning. Signal loss due to weather. I suspect it is upset at me for accusing it of spying on me. No news...

 

Fate of festival is in jeopardy

After six years of being president of Huckleberry, Inc. and chair of the Huckleberry Festival, I am stepping down. It has been a fantastic run and I...

 

The art of reasoning

Recently I watched a portion of an interview with an articulate young conservative black political activist. She (I missed her name) has given up on...

 

Giving thanks

Dear Editor, I would appreciate your assistance in getting information out to our community in an effort to thank all of the wonderful volunteers who...

 

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