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Today's Opinions

  • Thanks for the food

    To the editor:

  • Celebration of Life successful

     

    To the editor:

    Beauty’s Haven Farm & Equine Rescue, an all volunteer charity organization, held its 5th annual Celebration of Life in conjunction with the ASPCA’s Help A Horse Day on April 26. More than 25 volunteers and 100 guests attended the educational fundraising event.

  • Red Devils make us proud

     

    If you were watching or listening to Tuesday night's game, you know how excited the Red Devils' fans were. You may have been excited yourself.

  • Excitement was contagious

     

    It's been a  rough baseball season here at the Williston Pioneer. Our sports writer quit and despite advertisements, Facebook pleadings and discussions with teachers and students alike, no one came forward to do the job.

  • VA nurses appreciated

    To the editor:

    Each year, National Nurses Week is celebrated beginning May 6 and ending May 12 on Florence Nightingale’s birthday.

    National Nurses Week is one of the nation’s largest health care events, recognizing the contributions and commitments nurses make and educating the public about the significant work they perform.

  • WAG leaders step aside

    To the editor:

    It is with sad hearts that the Board of Directors of the Williston Animal Group (WAG) has accepted a letter of resignation from Claudia Parkhurst, Vice President. Claudia and her husband Bill are two of the founding members of WAG. As Claudia stated in her letter, they have seen WAG progress from its meager beginnings of adopting out dogs in the Sparr parking lot to the full-fledged non-profit organization with kennel facilities here in Williston with many fun activities in between.

  • Letter to the Editor

     To the editor:

  • Letter to the Editor

     To the editor: