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Letter to the Editor: Embarrassing comments made at public hearing

In my opinion, there was an embarrassing amount of ignorance on display at Monday night's Front Royal Town Council meeting.

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Letter to the Editor: Citizens concerned about schools aren't bullies

In response to the letter to the editor on Aug. 8 by Steve Shaffer, I respond that, first of all, I am a citizen of Shenandoah County and not a "growing element."

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Letter to the Editor: Taxation seems to be revenue of choice

Shenandoah County Supervisors Chairman David Ferguson and supervisors Conrad Helsley and Steve Baker all voted "for" the humongous debt for the regional jail, ignoring Sheriff Timothy Carter.

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Letter to the Editor: Peace can come at a great price

America dropped two atomic bombs on Japan to stop a war. Two cities full of men, women and children. Was that appalling or a morale outrage?

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Letter to the Editor: Supervisors ignoring our best interests

Let's give kudos to Shenandoah County for proposing regulations to control adult business locations. But, one good judgment call doesn't make up for many bad ones.

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Letter to the Editor: Share country life with a city child

Last week several dozen valley families hosted children from New York City for a week in a "friendly town" in the country. It was sponsored by the Fresh Air Fund. My husband and I were blessed to welcome to Woodstock two little girls, 10 and 11, from Brooklyn and the Bronx.

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Letter to the Editor: Quit picking on schools in Shenandoah County

It is back to school time; time when our children are excited about the hope and future they have through their education. Yet in my 20-plus years living in Shenandoah County, I have noticed a growing element that enjoys attacking the public schools. Instead of seeing the positive contribution education adds to our society, this element only sees the dollars they cost.

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Letter to the Editor: Consider foster care for children crossing border

During World War II, I lived with my parents in Barbados. During those years, my parents provided a home for children who were sent there from England due to the bombing. When my youngest sister was born (at home) , e had 15 children living with us, plus myself and my two brothers.

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Letter to the Editor: Challenger: Do as I say, not as I do

What can we do about health care in Virginia? We have suffered through the General Assembly budget drama and now are poised to have a special session in September focused on Medicaid expansion. The Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission was established to review and recommend proposals. What have they accomplished?

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