Letters to the editor
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Dear Editor- On any given night at Chatterbox, I will get to visiting with customers in from out of town, and so often the conversation turns to “what a great little town you have … more
Speaking as a person who has been attacked by a loose dog resulting in a hospital visit with stitches in my arm and the dog I was walking on a leash hurt horribly with months of recovery, I would … more
There were several reasons my wife, Melissa, and I chose to makeLyons our home. Most important among them was that the school system allowed our three boys to attend pre-k through twelfth grade right … more
The Vote FOR LDNE committee would like to remind you to vote in the upcoming school bond election. Ballots need to be returned to your county election commissioner offices no later than 5pm on March … more
The financial burden of the proposed bond levy on our rural neighbors appears to be understated. According to the Nebraska Dept. of Revenue Property Assessment Division, the agricultural real … more
I attended the community meetings in Decatur and Lyons about the proposal to build a new school. I found the presentation informative and persuasive.  The portion of the building proposed to … more
I am writing this editorial to add clarity to the University of Nebraska at Lincoln's Diversity and Inclusion Plan. I am a proud alumnus of UNL (Educational Specialist, 1994, B.S.1972, M.S, 1985). I … more
Does anybody remember the rest of that famous passage? (Ask what you can do for your country). The passage seems very distant from the modern mantra, but it is as true today as it was in 1961 when … more
Does anybody remember the rest of that famous passage? (Ask what you can do for your country). The passage seems very distant from the modern mantra, but it is as true today as it was in 1961 when … more
It has been difficult to obtain official validated information which pertained to the business transactions between Mercy-Trinity (MD and the Oakland Memorial Hospital (OMH) and the Oakland … more
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and The Bridge is hosting a few events to honor and celebrate those who have survived, to raise awareness about the prevalence of domestic violence, … more
Dear Editor, I have a question. Is World History being taught in our schools now?  Are they being taught about Mao Z-dong’s Tiananmen Square Massacre, Japan’s attack on Pearl … more
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