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Letters to the editor, November 19

Letters to the editor, November 19

You know, the one where the wonderfully smooth three lanes of highway in each direction suddenly become two lanes of original 1950s road and one rough narrow bridge over Loop 288. Now I recall.

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Letters to the editor, November 18

Letters to the editor, November 18

This was capped off by one of your players, Ryan Woolridge, walking over to shake Cornhusker coach Miles' hand and then acknowledging the student section's chant of "left-right" with each of his steps.

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Letters to the editor, November 15

Letters to the editor, November 15

It might be fun attending a Mad Tea Party while breathing polluted air watching Trump and his singing and dancing puppets entertain us.

Letters to the editor, November 13

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SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) being a popular relief effort for hunger, is a program that provides funds to families in need to purchase an adequate amount of food.

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Letters to the editor, November 12

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He says he has written about every mass killing that has happened and he will not stop bloviating about the latest church killing in Texas.

Letters to the editor, November 7

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Trump's legacy will be the destruction of our economy, our environment, our educational system, our social support network and our humanity.

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Letters to the editor, November 5

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I am angry that a sculpture of an African-American man is proposed to go into a building because it cannot be kept safe in Quakertown Park!