Letters to the editor
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Dear editor, “During the first round, it seemed almost everyone was on the same page. We all did whatever we had to to get through it. Now that the majority of Americans are vaccinated, … more
On Friday, Aug. 6, we experienced a helicopter landing on top of a refueling truck nearly 100 feet in our drive. The truck driver did not ask permission to use our private property for business … more
Dear editor, As veterans, sons and daughters of veterans, and spouses of veterans, we encourage everyone to hold a special place in your heart for the parents, siblings, spouses, and friends of … more
Dear editor: I am writing as a point of needed clarification. Over the preceding months, there have been repeated stories and letters to editors with incorrect understanding. Nebraska did not join … more
The Blair Congregational United Church of Christ thanks you! We want to thank our community for its generous support of our bell restoration fundraiser! While planning our 2020 … more
Dear editor, I’m curious if Blair has a statute about a time limit to remove political signs/flags after an election & if there is, why is it not upheld? It seems that a lot of flags are … more
Dear editor, I am writing in response to the letter by Dan Rosloniec in the March 19 Enterprise.  First of all, I was shocked to see that you would publish a letter with racist commentary … more
Dear editor, This is a response to Jean Miller (Letter to the editor, “Love one another?” March 12 Enterprise). One of the problems today is that people think that to disagree with … more
Dear editor, Gov. Pete Ricketts' criticism of the distribution of funds in the third pandemic relief program was summed up in his quote “You're penalizing people who have done the right … more
Dear editor, I found it interesting that Tom Venzor, executive director of NE Catholic Conference, spoke in opposition to LB102, which prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and … more
Dear editor, Nebraska’s Sen. Ben Sasse recently boasted that he was one of the most conservative senators. The curiosity is, what is he so proud of?  Is it how the conservatives … more
Dear editor, Filling in the blanks of Chris Rhoades' memory of Ronald Regan, (Point-Counterpoint, Jan. 29 Enterprise). Reagan was a great orator, exalted by his stand on the Berlin wall, but as … more
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