Letters

Letter: National Healthcare Decision Week

Dear Editor, The week of April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Week. The theme for 2017 is “It Always Seems Too Early, Until It’s Too Late.” The Federal Patient Self-Determination…

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The Lobos need our help

Dear Editor, The Sabetha Lobos, a collegiate summer team, will be back and call Sabetha home for a second consecutive year. The Lobos will compete in the Mid Plains League…

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Letter to the Editor: April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Dear Editor: Did you know Kids Count ranked Kansas 19th nationally for child well-being in 2016? While Kansas has worked hard to make our state a place where children and…

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Letter to the Editor: April is Alcohol Awareness Month

Dear Editor, April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Underage drinking poses many risks for youth and for the community. Early alcohol use can cause permanent damage to the still developing teen…

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Sabetha – Open for expansion, but not for Girl Scouts

Dear Editor, To my hometown-I want to shed light on the City Commissioners and the people you have voted into office, put in place to ensure our growth and sense…

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246-75 intersection is too dangerous

Dear Editor, This letter I direct to the Sabetha City Commission. How many more accidents, fatal and otherwise, will it take before some corrective measures are taken at the 246,…

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Contact your Senators and Congresswoman

Dear Editor, I would like to add an addition to the letter that I wrote last week about Obama signing into law by executive order that the UN should have…

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Reader recommends book written by woman with ties to Sabetha

Dear Editor, I would like to recommend Terri L. Patton’s new book, “I Am Responsible: The Journey from Doing to Being.” I have read it and it is interesting, informative,…

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Reader appreciates Endowment article

Dear Editor, I especially enjoyed reading Amber Deters’ column acknowledging Kent and Donna Saylor’s generous investment in Sabetha’s youth. It’s nice to see the benevolent spirit is alive and well…

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Letter: U.N. global gun ban is treason

Dear Editor, I received a letter in the mail the other day from Bob Russell, Project Chairman with To Keep and Bear Arms, below is a portion of that letter….

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Kindness: Glenna Aberle

When I think of people who have shown kindness to my family, the list is a long one. We have been blessed by so many, and try every day to…

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Kindness Letter: Lucylle Cannon

Melvin Harold and Raymond Thieme are kind citizens Dear Editor, Melvin Harold will be 97 years old on April 3, he has done so many good deeds to help me…

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