September 10, 2009 RSS feed / Letters

Recorder strays from local news, reader says

Editor, The Recorder, For several years, I feel I've been reading a Recorder which has changed. I used to read the paper and find out about farming news, human interest, or other community stories. More...

State will not protect Highland from wind

Editor, The Recorder, In reading The Recorder dated Sept. 3, Highland New Wind Development keeps continuing with their construction while so many numerous legal challenges linger against them. It is my belief that (HNWD owner Henry T. More...

Suggestions for county fair results encouraged

Editor, The Recorder, To The Recorder staff: There's an old proverb out West that says, "If you really want to understand somebody, walk a mile in his moccasins." Well, I have walked that mile and want to thank you for all of the past years of wo More...

Teach sons, daughters family values to hold

Editor, The Recorder, I felt I had to reply to Helen McCune's letter from Aug. 27 before I threw it on the floor for my new puppy to use for potty training practice. More...

Don't trust fools about socialized medicine

Editor, The Recorder, The Federal Emergency Management Agency spent $2.7 billion for 145,000 formaldehyde-soaked trailers to house Gulf Coast hurricane victims. More...

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