Letters to the Editor
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Writer gives facts about William Penn radio show
Aiyanna Looney is correct in her letter to the editor published April 19th, 2007, that “freedom of speech is valued in America,” but that freedom comes with a responsibility.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Theatre and Oskaloosa culture
This past weekend provided wonderful opportunities for enjoying life. The three major theatrical entities in town: William Penn University Theater Department (WPU Theater), the Oskaloosa High School Drama Department (OHS Drama), and the Oskaloosa Community Theater (OCT) offered various projects for our viewing pleasure.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Freedom of speech molested by William Penn students
Freedom of speech is valued in America. So much so, we as a country still allow the KKK to have public audiences and public events. However, we can only allow only so much free speech.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The prevailing wage law is in the public’s interest
Please don’t be fooled by opponents of prevailing wage laws who claim that the cost of public project construction will increase.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Writer urges public to tell city leaders to support Musco’s efforts
Did anyone notice the irony of the article on the front page of the Des Moines Register yesterday? The Iowa legislature is trying to come up with tax incentives to lure an unnamed company to the Council Bluffs area.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Catch the Oskaloosa Symphony Orchestra in concert
I wonder if enough people are aware of the many talented musicians we have in Oskaloosa.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Councilman responds to letter
First let me start off by saying, I feel strongly that every person is entitled to their own opinion and they have the right to express that opinion. But the other side of this is respect for that person.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Sexual assault victim’s advocates express concerns with 2,000-Foot Rule
The Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (IowaCASA), which is composed of 27 sexual assault crisis centers across the state, including Crisis Intervention Services, supports the proposed Safe Zones legislation.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Accusation of conflict of interest absurd, writer says
I agree with Jeff Peterson, the golf pro at Edmundson Golf Course, that the more services the course can provide the more customers they will attract. I think an outdoor deck and a “19th Hole” area are great ideas that have been talked about for sometime.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Council members impose their views on others with liquor license votes
Gridlock was finally broken at the Council’s last meeting on the 2nd of April in regards to the beer license for Edmundson Golf Course.
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