LETTER: Thanks for supporting our veterans
LETTER: Do you know someone who is living with memory loss? Are you a caregiver for a family member with dementia?
LETTER: Make sure PERSI returns to its roots.
LETTER: What, if any, are the plans in Twin Falls to deal with the increased traffic?
LETTER: Nice to see a little sanity poking its head up.
LETTER: Support Rep. Chenele Dixon for another term
LETTER: No wonder that so many Idahoans are fleeing the Gem State
LETTER: A lot of exposure to technology, overall, can be dangerous for children.
LETTER: As a teenage girl in high school, I can attest to the fact that when dress codes are instilled in schools, girls are usually more adversely affected.
LETTER: The overturn of Roe v. Wade is a change in the wrong direction, putting strains on women’s freedom.
LETTER: If the orchestra program was better funded and more represented, more players would join, and students across TFSD would have a better musical opportunity.
LETTER: When kids spend more time on electronic devices, they are spending less time socializing with the people around them.
LETTER: If there’s one thing we are good at, it’s that we are quick to arguments and rage.
LETTER: Although lockdown drills are not going to solve the underlying problem of school shootings, students should be prepared for the worst-case scenario.
LETTER: Parts of our pop culture need to be changed to better improve our online community, and that change is up to us.
LETTER: As a rancher in the Magic Valley, my family and I are committed to producing high-quality beef in the most sustainable way possible.
LETTER: As both a student and a worker, I believe that having a four-day workweek could be the best thing that America can do for its workers.
LETTER: As a freshman in high school, I see teenage boys on a day-to-day basis take advantage of girls while no one else is watching.
LETTER: We would like to thank all the phenomenal individuals who helped in any way with the Community Thanksgiving Meal!!
LETTER: Our Magic Valley faith leaders hold open a window of opportunity to move forward as a functioning community and nation.
LETTER: As a dairy farmer, I want a legislator who will be aware of the dairy industry’s needs and Chenele Dixon is that legislator.
LETTER: If you want to improve your health — not to mention help animals and protect the environment — make some simple swaps in your diet.
LETTER: First Lady Rosalynn Carter walked her own path, inspiring a nation and the world along the way.
LETTER: Should Trump win reelection, he will invoke the prerogatives of office — real and imagined — to evade punishments that rightly are his to bear.
LETTER: The 60 Hours to Fight Hunger fell short of our goal this year. However, we were still able to provide turkeys and hams for many economically-disadvantaged families.
LETTER: We need to make small sacrifices to go out and vote and speak up in favor of basic principles like respect, kindness, and commitment to uphold our Constitution.