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Letters To The Editor

Afghanistan, in review

To the Journal editor: I would like to make several observations about Afghanistan. First while I sympathize with Americans wishing to bring home our troops after 20 years of non-victory, I would point to Germany, South Korea and Okinawa where we have seemingly been forever. I would assume ...

Letter appreciated

To the Journal editor: I want to thank Dr. James Reinhart for his letter to the editor published Sept. 11, encouraging parents to talk with their children about the importance of wearing masks in school if they are too young for the COVID-19 vaccinations. This is a wonderful way to teach ...

Rights go in both directions

To the Journal editor: After a year of only video contact and occasional throug- the-window short-term meetings, we finally got near some kind of normal and were able to safely gather the family back home with her. We all did our part to bring the virus under control, practiced social ...

For whom and what do you labor?

To the Journal editor: A question that occasionally comes to our minds is, “Why am I doing this?” As Labor Day approached, I asked my Creator, “For whom and what do I labor?” The reply gave cause for long moments of reflection: “Chuck, you labor that goodness and I may be made ...

Time for optimism: Be an Earth responder

To the Journal editor: While news of another flood, hurricane or wildfire is depressing, it is time to be optimistic and respond with action. Nations are acting. The EU and China are crafting legislation to reduce carbon pollution. Canada has a Carbon Pollution Fee. Nations are moving ...

Physician strongly recommends children wear masks at school

To the Journal editor: I strongly encourage that kids wear masks for the start of school this year, especially children under 12 and older unvaccinated kids. Masks limited the spread of COVID last year, leading to a successful in-person education for our children while many elsewhere were ...