Letters to the Editor

Save the tapes

Editor: I have been having a little fun watching how many of the Democrats have been reacting to the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearing. Some sources say that Democrat politicians have hired people to interrupt the hearings. Regardless, in my opinion, they are acting like a bunch of two-year-olds not getting their way. Sorry, I

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Not your grandpa’s Democratic party

Editor: I want to share this with the El Dorado Springs community. It was printed in the Twenty Nine Palms, CA, The Desert Trial newspaper on Aug. 18, 2018. This is not your grandfather’s Democratic party. Today, the party would not nominate John F. Kennedy for president. In the past there were social disagreements between

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Trump Derangement Syndrome

Editor: Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a mental condition in which a person has been driven effectively insane due to his/her dislike of Donald Trump, to the point at which he/she will abandon all logic and reason. Symptoms for this condition can be very diverse, ranging from hysterical outbursts to a complete mental break. TD

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Our forgotten citizens

Editor: The issue of illegal immigrants seems to be such a hot issue that I believe many of us do not think about our legal immigrants. While many illegal immigrants are getting free housing, food, medical attention, and other benefits, the legal immigrants are having to learn English, pay large amounts for paperwork and forms

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Wishing no ill

Editor: Responding to Mark Rogers letter in a recent issue of the Sun, well I am sure that had Sarah Huckabee Sanders choked at the Red Hen restaurant, she would have been given prompt medical aid and authorities would have been called to help her. We liberals favor preserving life for everyone. She may have

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Flash mob practices set

Final practices for the 8 p.m. Saturday, July 21, Picnic flash mob are scheduled for 6 p.m. on Wed, July 11, and Friday, July 13, and Tuesday, July 14, at the Community Center. Please be prompt.

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Ambulance Board to meet

The Cedar County Ambulance Board is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 16, in its new building in Stockton. Unfinished business will be the sale of the old building. New business will be computer virus protection.

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El Dorado Springs Picnic rules and regulations

By Jarrod D. Schiereck Chief of Police Once more it is picnic time again, in fact the 137th Annual Picnic.  Each year we pause to remember day’s gone bye, renew old friendships, meet new friends, have some school class reunions, and enjoy the carnival and entertainment in our City Park and our downtown area.  Certainly,

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Hire transportation need?

Editor: This is an open letter to those who provide transportation services in Cedar County, be it church, civic organizations or paid services. The need for rural transportation for doctor’s visits, shopping and yes, hair appointments, is something that can’t always be taken care by family members. I am aware that a transportation network exists

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Snowflakes

Editor: While ICE was cracking down on a child sex trafficking ordeal, people came out to protest them. It only goes to show that the far left gives diddly squat about the children. Their only purpose is to cause havoc because they do not like our president. If they really cared, they would have been

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