Letters to the Editor
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Editor, Kilgore News Herald A couple of weeks ago, you printed a column by Clint Decker, which gave some excellent advice to our new graduates. It was a very excellent and inspirational column. I … more
To laugh or expound on the misfortunes of others is stupidity. To think this is alright is ignorance. There is a person who is being accused of lying, theft, taking a bribe, and fraud, who is loved … more
Editor: Think about something... Public education is “socialized education.” It is funded by tax dollars and administered by government (local, state and national). Most Americans would be … more
Not What We Always Like! (Aug. Board Meeting) The one good thing about living in America we all can have an opinion on different things. We live in a country where we can agree to disagree. The … more
Sabine ISD Problems! To clarify the problems at Sabine ISD. These problems started with superintendent Bryce’s own actions. The board members at the time did not follow school board policy to … more
Make Your Vote an Informed one! Within the last few years, America has endured some of the most challenging times in our history. We can no longer sit back and say that our vote is not important … more
I must reply to a letter sent about SISD. Yes, there is a MAJORITY, but unfortunately on moral, religious ,social and how our tax dollars are spent this MAJORITY is not heard, because the … more
Editor: Google Earth is a marvelous thing... a very detailed “satellite view” of where we live. Today, I took a close look at the portion of the Sabine River between the Highway 42 bridge and … more
Dear Editor, As a personal friend of the Sabine ISD school board’s “Majority of Four” I am compelled to tell, as Paul Harvey used to say, “the rest of the story.” Martha Wright and … more
Anyone who has known me for more than 5 minutes, knows I love Kilgore. It’s not because I grew up here, and it’s my “home town”. I didn’t and it isn’t. Kilgore is my HOME town, by choice, with joy. But it’s not the town, per se, but the PEOPLE of Kilgore whom I love so much. Whether we call ourselves Kilgorites, or as some of us sillier folk say, “Kilgoreos”; we are compassionate people of integrity, ready to do the right thing, even when it’s inconvenient. more
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