Letters to the Editor

Make America Great Again

Editor: The Sun Newspaper had two very interesting articles this past week, one on Page one and the other on Page three, both concerning our electric rates. On Dec. 22, 2017, the Sac Osage Board of Directors voted to increase our rates by a flat $4 per month on the availability charge in case of

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Another school shooting

Editor: Once again we have a school shooting that makes every one of us shudder. Then, as always, we start hearing about more gun control. How can we think gun control will solve this horrific problem? Every one of these school shootings have broken several laws. The problem starts with the person, shooter, someone missed

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Journalist Protection Act

Editor: Presidents have had to battle the press ever since America’s founding. Yet, Rep. Eric Swalwell wants to make it a crime to “intimidate” journalists. Poor snowflakes! The president is picking on them. It’s true that President Trump unleashes on the mudstream media by way of Twitter. However, the mudstream media attempts to sway the

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Thank you note

Dear CCMH and Jana Witt, We wanted to let the CCMH Board and Miss Jana know that we are grateful for the change in the policy, allowing organizations like the Calico Clippers Vet Quilt project to rent/use the community room in Stockton at no charge. Last week our letter was in the paper with our

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Father founded KESM

Editor: My father, Paul Vaughn, begin the local radio station, KESM on Radio Lane. He also had a TV and radio repair shop on Main St. two doors from the Sun Newspaper when I was growing up. My family moved when I was 16 years of age in 1971. My father in that time frame

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Problem with phone bill

Editor: I am have a problem with Verizon, which has been my cell phone carrier for many years. In April 2016, they began charging my account for El Dorado Springs sales tax and El Dorado Springs local business license surcharge. I live outside the city limits with a county address, but they refuse to stop

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If only…

Editor: Can you remember when JRK was our president? We were all so proud of the fine young man for our President. He told the people they must keep each other honest and self motivated to do the best they could. He expected everyone to look out for each other, no matter color, gender or

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Why the change?

Editor: We, who on the Calico Clippers Veterans quilt project, were very disappointed to learn that our charitable organization was going to be charged to use the community room at CCMH Stockton Health Center. We as a group want to express our concern and displeasure. As the Veterans quilt project we have functioned for seven

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McCaskill, Blunt Break from Partisan Pack for Missourians’ Benefit

Editor: Amid all the political noise coming out of Washington, something quite unusual happened in the Senate last year that Missourians need to know. A bipartisan group of 24 senators sponsored legislation that would make the first substantial reforms to the nation’s financial system since 2010. The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act

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Government Shutdown

Editor: Did you know that politicians are not affected by government shutdown? They still get paid. The aeas impacted by the shutdown are military personnel, federal employees, state parks, etc. A family was going from somewhere in Kentucky to St. Louis to celebrate two sons’ birthdays by going to the Arch. The Arch was closed

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