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Letters to the Editor

Stealing Hand Over Attorney General Fitch

Dear Editor Our admitted feminist Attorney General Fitch’s website says: “….. She acts as counsel to state agencies to defend them or bring suit on their behalf. Most importantly, the Office is charged with the representation of the people of the State of Mississippi.” So, who is our feminist Attorney General defending first, state employees…

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Gas Prices Should Be Below $3.20 Per Gallon

Dear Editor When I last checked our gas prices were down 12 cents a gallon from when I wrote last week’s Letter to the Editor about exorbitant gas prices in our city. That is good news, but I won’t be satisfied until gas hits $3.20 per gallon in Water Valley. When I checked Monday morning,…

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Documented, Published Truth Will Never Be Erased

Dear Editor, The article by Dottie Reed in last week’s Herald is a great tribute to Bishop Thomas L. Brown.  To see his journey outlined in the article through a lifelong friendship from the University of Mississippi to now speaks volumes. Articles like these document the truth of the past and current times. I sincerely…

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It’s Not Too Hard To Pick Up After Yourself

Dear Editor It’s not my favorite thing, but I can’t resist stopping when I am walking up thru the woods and find a beer can with the word “Natural” on it. I take a picture of it and add it to the digital pile. I have to wonder who passed thisaway, thru all this beautiful…

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Appreciation Is Extended To Our Veterans

Dear Editor, We want to let the veterans know that they are in our thoughts and prayers during this beautiful Christmas season. We offer our heartfelt appreciation for your service to our country. We know that as a country and as a family, we would not have the peace, safety, religious freedom and blessings without…

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DES Is In The Bottom 50 Percent Of Schools In The State

Dear Editor, What do school rankings really mean?   What is a D rating? “Reading, Mathematics, and Science proficiency rates are below the state median for the given year. Reading or mathematics growth in the all students group is below the state median for the given year.” This is according to a publication from the…

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Bypass Signs Create Confusion At Intersection

Dear Editor, I have recently observed several near misses at the intersection of Wise St, with Miss No. 7, and Miss 315.  Vehicles crossing No. 7 appear not to yield  the right of way after stopping due to the sign which states “cross traffic does not stop.” I have been told that sign indicates “cross…

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