Letters

Letter to the Editor: Severe storm this past Friday

Dear Editor, Many of us were out during the storm that hit Brown County on Friday. Most of the county sustained damage due to the high winds, hail and torrential…

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Letter to the Editor: Headstone flower arrangement stolen

Dear Editor, On Sunday, June 6, when I was at the cemetery I was very disheartened to discover that the saddle flower arrangement I had made to put on the…

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Honoring our fallen

Dear Editor, It is always very heartwarming to see all the American Flags flying in our local cemeteries, thanks to the work of many volunteers who place the flags on…

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Letter: Post Master discusses customer mail receptacles

Dear Editor, Use for Mail Mail receptacles may be used only for matter bearing proper postage. No part of a mail receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not…

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Letter: Questioning the integrity of local medical professionals is unacceptable

Dear Editor, After reading the summary from the Nemaha County Commissioners meeting published in last week’s Herald, we feel it is necessary to publicly voice our support for the health…

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Letter to the Editor: Re: If I identify as…

Dear Editor, The opinion piece written by Curtis Knapp of Seneca in the latest Sabetha Herald edition was startling and revolting in the fact it was published. There is a…

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Letter to the Editor: If I identify as…

Dear Editor, If I identify as a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra (though I don’t play any of the instruments), will they object if I pull up a chair and…

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More officials, better fan behavior needed in high school sports

Dear Editor, After months of working with state government, education and health leaders, schools in all 50 states have been given the go-ahead to resume high school sports at some…

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Letter to the Editor: Talk to your school board members

Dear Editor, The school board is looking into an addition to the Sabetha Elementary building as well as some needed upgrades to both Axtell and Wetmore schools. The driving force…

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Letter to the Editor: Is cheerleading a sport?

Dear Editor, There has long been an argument as to whether or not cheerleading constitutes being a “sport.” After careful consideration, we have concluded that it depends upon one specific…

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Letter to the Editor: Earth Day

Dear Editor, Earth Day 2021’s theme is Restore Our Earth – focusing on ways to prevent and reverse the impacts of climate change. Incorporating more products and materials made from…

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Abortion should be abolished, not regulated

Dear Editor, Since life begins at conception, abortion is murder. Consequently, I have never believed that rape and incest are legitimate excuses for abortion, much less all the other reasons…

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Letter to the Editor: April is Child Abuse Prevention month

Dear Editor, Just as healthy roots help a plant grow strong, positive childhood experiences help a person’s physical and mental health, learning, and social skills flourish. Every child has the…

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Letter to the Editor: Baileyville Benefit recipients sought

Dear Editor, The Baileyville Benefit Committee started making plans for their yearly event with hopes that 2021 would be bigger and better than ever. The committee, with the help of…

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Letter to the Editor: Set minimum wage is wrong, unconstitutional

Dear Editor, I believe it is wrong and, probably unconstitutional, for the government to set a minimum wage. If I offer my time to someone for $1 per hour, why…

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