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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Hatcher has demonstrated ability, cooperation

Having stuck my neck out a month ago, I did what we should all do before deciding on a candidate: research the track record. So I gathered some information both from Jerry Hatcher and from a number of his supporters for Benton County Sheriff (comments I received from his opponent’s supporters convinced me they knew little about Jerry).

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Where is the empathy for other shooting victims?

I’m enjoying the Eagles rout of the Cardinals after just reading some guy’s repugnant exposé of the losses the NFL is suffering because of their decision to kneel in support of the Black Lives Matter (whose goal is to end the senseless, unnecessary killing/slaughter of black Americans and refuse to prosecute despite overwhelming indisputable evidence).

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