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Tony: Black socks and sandals

April 24, 2014 Dear Editor, I am writing to let you know that one of your columnists (Mr. X) discriminates. I wear black socks with sandals as I have varicose veins and a few corns. more »»

Mayor Svoboda: Be Proud of your Community

April 23, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Be Proud of your Community Most people as a rule take pride in their dwelling, or in the vehicle they drive, whether new or old. more »»

Wieting Guild appreciates support for Supreme Court evening

April 16, 2014 Letter to the Editor: The Wieting Theatre had the honor of hosting the Iowa Supreme Court for Oral Arguments on Wednesday, April 9th. more »»

Celebrate National Library Week

April 11, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Libraries offer history of the past as well as offering possibilities for the future. They are a place for education, entertainment and socialization. more »»

D.A.: Questions Grassely, Republicans

April 8, 2014 Dear Editor: Question for republicans. If Chuck Grassley is a lawyer where did he get his law degree? When did he practice law? If Chuck Grassley is a conservative. more »»

Former Juvenile Home student speaks up

April 4, 2014 Letter to the Editor: My name is Chelsea Reasoner and I am 17 years old. I was at the Iowa juvenile home for a period of three years. more »»

Toleod Mayor praises Public Works efforts

April 2, 2014 Letter to the Editor: I do believe that most people will agree with that this has been an extremely long winter. I personally am not a cold weather type person. more »»

A Nature Center

March 28, 2014 written by Jeannie Sieck, Toledo, last wekeend in recognition of the Fun Night this Saturday evening, March 29, at the Otter Creek Nature Center at rural Toledo. more »»

Charge "voter suppression" movement afoot in U.S.

March 21, 2014 Letter to the Editor: There is a frightening move afoot in our country. It harkens back to the time when Blacks, women, and those who owned no property were denied the right to vot. more »»

D.A. takes issue with Wiese

March 5, 2014 Dear Editor: Dallas . more »»

Puts fault on voters

February 27, 2014 Letter to the Editor: I recently received an e-mail which voices my thoughts exactly, and would like for others to se. more »»

Says Iowa Juvenile Home staff are special people

February 24, 2014 Letters to the Editor: My name is Jessica Suhr, but most people know me as Jessica Gabriel. more »»

Challenges Governor on Iowa Juvenile Home

February 21, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Let me see if I get this straight, Governor Branstad. You have chosen to close the Iowa Juvenile Home in Toledo even though: 1. more »»

Calls for reopening Iowa Juvenile Home

February 19, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Let us as a community accept whatever new challenges lie ahead. Look not upon the past as a failure but a process towards a new beginning. more »»

Promotes planting prairie wildflowers

February 4, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Why garden with prairie wildflowers? From pioneer times up to now, the Midwest’s prairie landscape has been dramatically altered. more »»

Urge support of South Tama levy

February 3, 2014 Letter to the Editor: On Tuesday, February 4, the PPEL (Physical Plant and Equipment Levy) comes up for a renewal vote. more »»

Remembers Lavonne Jacobsen and family

February 2, 2014 Letters to the Editor: For many of us we first met Lavonne at the Tama Elementary School and she followed us for over 60 years. Her smile was a wonderful gift. She will be missed. more »»

Proud of Tama-Toledo in Iowa Juvenile Home efforts

February 1, 2014 To the editor: I am proud to be a part of the Tama-Toledo communities. more »»

Opposes South Tama PPEL

January 31, 2014 Letter to the Editor: I would like to make one last summary and encourage all citizens especially business owners, property owners and senior citizens to get to the polls and vote NO on the tax... more »»

Iowa Juvenile Home - “Home is where the heart is”

January 30, 2014 Letter to the Editor: “Home is where the heart is.” It is more than just words. It tells a story. 93 hearts were broken when their lives were uprooted at the closure of the ”Home. more »»

 
 

 

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