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Today's Opinions

  • Parade, Light Up Williston were successful

    Editor:

    On behalf of the GFWC Williston Junior Woman's Club I would like to thank the Williston community for their overwhelming support of this year's Christmas Parade and Light Up Williston. The Junior Woman's Club has sponsored the Christmas Parade for many years and this year we also sponsored the Light Up Williston festivities. Our club feels these events bring joy to many in the area and are worthy of our support.

  • Thanks for bread from Ryan's Deli

    Editor:

    I would like to thank Ryan's Deli for donating to the Sunshine Group Home their extra bread. Ryan's Deli is located on Main Street, great place to eat. Welcome Ryan's to Williston.

    Sunshine Group Home for mentally challenged. It is a ALF home.

    This home is located at 719 N. Main St.. They accept any donations, of food, clothes,Christmas gifts for the residents. Come on Williston, show that you care.

    Barbara Allen

    Williston

  • Election year is about to arrive

    We're soon to arrive in 2008, which is a presidential year.

    You could have fooled me. I thought the election has been going on for more than a year already.

    Things change so fast you can ignore, or forget, what is past. What would your reaction have been if six months ago I told you that Mike Huckabee was a front-runner in Iowa among Republicans?

  • Woman tries to care for dogs

    Letter to the editor

    We had been open for business for less than a week, hardly prepared for Nov. 19, when Kathleen, a financially strapped, lovely young mother of two young children, walked through our door with an emaciated, gaunt dog and a box full of faint whimpering noises. Three weeks ago, Kathleen started caring for a stray dog hanging around the house which now had eight puppies barely clinging to life due to malnutrition, dehydration, fleas, worms and ticks among other problems.

  • Horses need better care

    Letter to the editor

    I have read Cheri McDemott's letter on the 18 Arabians that were removed from their life of neglect and abuse from their owners and sent back to hell. What kind of animal protection laws is this legal system enforcing?

  • Bombarded by modern technology

    We've been bombarded by technology from all sides recently, and some of it has not gone smoothly, as many readers are aware.

    If you're reading this in print, I'm quite happy, because it means we got the newspaper out this week on a new technological system.

    If you're reading this online, then I'm happy, because with all the Web site problems it's the little things, like getting stories on there in a timely fashion, that please us.

  • Landfill fees and the county

    Editor:

    It seems to me that Nancy Bell is working hard for the residents of this county, at times standing alone. The latest disagreement with fellow commissioners has been the landfill tipping increases. She was against the increase.

    Yes, it may have been a long time since there has been an increase. But, I agree it is ?too much at one time.?

  • Business wants stolen items back

    Editor:

    Citizens of Williston, Williston Sports needs your help.

    On Nov. 18 someone broke into our business and stole a substantial amount of paintball guns and accessories in broad daylight. By the way, we?re only two blocks away from the police department. This theft is devastating to our business and future as a business.

    A description of the suspects are as follows: a young white woman with blondish hair and bad acne on her face, 5 to 5 1/2 feet tall and possibly works or worked at a convenience store or restaurant nearby. I have a witness that can identify her.