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Letters to the editor, September 18
On the Denton County Courthouse Square, trees treated 10 years ago recovered and are healthy.
Letters to the editor, September 16
Letters to the editor, September 15
Letters to the editor, September 17
As a retired educator, I totally support education, but why burden current property owners with the expense of tomorrow's education? As an example, a 0. 2 percent construction fee on new homes for schools, paid at issue of the building permit on a $300,000 home would be about $600.
Letters to the editor, September 14
Erected a century ago, the statue was the crowning achievement in the establishment of a white Protestant supremacy to oppress African-Americans, Jews and Roman Catholics, which they referred to as papists. Injustice ruled.
Letters to the editor, September 11
What I see is a segment of our population trying to change history as they think it should be remembered. In the Sept. 4 DRC, Andy Horowitz, Tulane University history professor, weaves white supremacism into the famous Galveston Flood of 1900, which happened in early September like Hurricane Harvey.
Letters to the editor, September 6
I joined Better Medicare Alliances Chronic Disease Task Force to encourage members of Congress to permanently reauthorize special needs plans for the 2. 3 million people who rely on this personalized care.
Letters to the editor, September 24
Since Judge Horn and the rest of the court lack the intestinal fortitude to place the topic on the agenda, it is up to the people to bring civility to the circus by sheer numbers.