Thursday, January 17, 2019

Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: On September 29 we held the 5th annual “Clean Out Your Freezer Day” for Hunters for the Hungry. I would like...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: Although the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reaffirmed the Army Corps of Engineers’ review of Bayou Bridge, protests have continued at construction...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: Republicans officially selected their 2018 midterm campaign slogan: Better Off Now. I don’t know about you, but compared to a year ago I...

Reader: Pipeline will carry oil safely, efficiently

Dear Editor: The energy industry has long been a cornerstone of our state’s economy. And the reality is that timely investments in oil and gas...

Reader says guns not the problem: It’s society

Dear Editor: When a shooting occurs, the gun control activist and leftist media start advocating restrictions on gun ownership. They do not try to analyze...

Reader believes in right to choose form of government

Dear Editor: As many of you are aware, a petition was recently circulated to give the people of Natchitoches parish the opportunity to choose between the two forms of parish government:...

No wake zone means No Wake

Dear Editor: Summer is right around the corner and the downtown riverfront is seeing a resurgence of activity in kayaking and standup paddleboarding. All these...

God’s blessings because of bad ward roads

Dear Editor: When I first started checking into the Home Rule Charter, I thought it was still the Police Jury. I heard stories about how...

The Citizens of Democratic Action

Dear Editor: The Citizens of Democratic Action are urging you to vote “yes” on the District No. 9 Bond Proposition. We feel it is unfair...

‘It’s all for the children’ Superintendent says about bond issue

Dear Editor: As the bond issue election to improve schools in the city Saturday approaches, I believe the accomplishments the system has made will speak...

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