Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor, I just don’t understand why all Americans aren’t hopping mad at our politicians and administrators, but thanks to indoctrination and ignorance, we remain complacent once … more
Dear Editor, An audit of the diocese, the chancery and the bishop is a tall order. I have been told that an audit has been requested before with no success. Apparently, the chancery and the … more
Dear Editor, Two weeks ago, when the street department completed their disgraceful repair of Jefferson Street in front of my driveway, they left a clump of concrete to harden directly in front … more
COLUMBIA — During drought, plants and livestock suffer. So do farmers. Life in rural America can be rough, especially when weather-related events such as drought and flood put crops and … more
Dear Editor, I would like to take just a moment to voice my dissatisfaction of the job done by the Linn Street Department after the Water Department repaired   the water leak in front of my … more
I have questioned from the very beginning of my letter writing, even before that, just what is the bishop up to. What is his agenda? I have always felt that he will not be bishop for long. He is … more
True patriots of this country must ask themselves, who is the strongest, most knowledgeable person to fix the innumerable disasters the Biden administration has caused? Biden’s killing of … more
Or the end of the beginning?   I won’t try to determine that, but I will say that events have moved from a glacial pace to very fast.   After a very slow start in getting to the … more
Dear Editor, It’s been an interesting news week, full of surprises.   Some examples: It seems the DOJ secretly subpoenaed Trump’s Twitter account back in January 2023.   … more
Dear Editor, Sometime ago a woman and a man wrote separate letters to the editor in the News Tribune in Jefferson City about the renovations of the cathedral. The lady wrote it was fit for … more
Dear Editor: A recent letter to the UD suggested that “Trump’s woes continue”; one must ask “why?”   The normal Leftist response runs along the lines of … more
The sad fact after an unprecedented attack upon our government 06 January, 2023, we have a long way to go to get to the truth.   If Ex-President Trump was truly innocent as he claims, he would … more
Dear Editor, I am urging people to Vote No on the Annexation into the Osage Ambulance District within the Folk/Westphalia area Aug. 8. As many people know, I have volunteered as an Emergency … more
Dear Editor, It is time that the Linn City Police Department familiarize themselves with existing city ordinances and enforce them. Including enforcing speed limits on side streets (i.e. … more
In the State of Florida, State Farm is raising insurance rates by 40 percent, and not selling any new policies.   Farmers insurance is simply abandoning the state.   If you don’t … more
Dear Editor: I would like to thank Mayor Dwight Massey and the Water Department for the work they did restoring water to my residence after a leak was detected under Jefferson Street in front of … more
The indictments against Ex-President Trump are underway, and more will certainly follow.   Special Prosecutor Jack Smith appears to be just warming up, as Ex-President Trump keeps provident more … more
Dear Editor: Again? A 37-count criminal indictment has been unsealed on Trump and the Lefties are just giddy.   Comments of “painted into a corner” and “walls closing … more
I had just returned to Missouri. I found a nice home in a small hamlet along the Osage River and surrounded by farmland. The town was a former mill town with a river transportation access. Today it … more
It must be summer break for State Tech. No distracting and for some, painful traffic sounds on Main Street in Linn. Oh, don’t you just love it when you can finally open your office or home … more
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