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Letters to the editor, April 21

Letters to the editor, April 21

Fellow scientists are expected to scrutinize the work of others and to use new knowledge not only as a bridge to future discoveries but as a means of more complete and accurate understanding of what we think we already know.

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Letters to the editor, April 20

Letters to the editor, April 20

The League of Women Voters of Denton is delivering voter guides for the May 6 election for Denton school district trustees and for Denton City Council.

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Letters to the editor, April 17

Letters to the editor, April 17

I am dismayed by the recent publication in the Denton Record-Chronicle of maps pinpointing the location of a suicide in Montecito and a murder and suicide in Forest Ridge.

Letters to the editor, April 15

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He is blaming the wrong culprit for manufacturing job losses, as new technology has caused 85 percent of the job losses since 2000, with outsourcing to other countries a much smaller cause.

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Letters to the editor, April 13

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Further, another writer claimed that because the word abortion is not in the Bible, Jesus must at least have been neutral about it.

Letters to the editor, April 7

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I am disappointed that news of perhaps the biggest upset in women's basketball history appeared as a single column, 2 and 3/4 inches long on the lower right corner of Page 3 of the April 1 DRC.

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Letters to the editor, April 5

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Also this week The Washington Times reported that despite losing the NCAA championships, NBA All-Star Game and Bruce Springsteen, tourism thrived with hotel occupancy, room rates and room demand setting records for 2016 ( rising hotel occupancies also brought increased revenues for travel, auto rentals, meals, entertainment, other local products and services).