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Letters

  • Party affiliation does not matter

    Dear Editor,

  • I support Wismer, Milder

    Dear Editor,

    I served four years with Councilor Michael Wismer and found that he served with honor and integrity. Contrary to what Mr. Kerr would have you believe, Councilor Wismer did an outstanding job for the citizens of Los Alamos.

    While we did not always agree, his voice represented many of the community. I also witnessed the pressure that the local Republican party used on Councilor Wismer to further their goals.

  • Wismer deserves your vote

    Dear Editor,

    I support the election of Mike Wismer to the county council. Mike is as interested in the future of our county as anyone I know. While on the council, Mike took on one of our most contentious issues by chairing the committee that dealt with animal problems.

  • Comments just too much

    Dear Editor,

    Concerning the letter from George Chandler published during the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 4: Way to go George!

    It’s probably impossible to regurgitate all the negative propaganda uttered by Democrats about President Bush and his administration because there is so much of it. However, you sure gave it the old college try.

    But fret not, any newspaper whose staff recommends Tom Udall and Barrack Obama to the voters will certainly publish any further correspondence that you send in.

    Los Alamos

  • CROP walk helps thousands

    Dear Editor,

  • Video should be rejected

    Dear Editor,

    Over the past few days, citizens of Los Alamos have begun receiving copies of a DVD entitled “Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West” in their mailboxes. This mailing is part of a campaign to distribute 28 million copies of this debunked and discredited three-year-old “documentary” throughout the most contested swing states in this year’s election. It is a blatant attempt by a shadowy “charity” calling itself the Clarion Fund to sway an election through fear.

  • GOP signs taken

    Dear Editor,

    Those “sign-stealing Republicans” are at it again! And now they are stealing McCain-Palin signs from yards. Ours was taken Sunday evening.

    As a reminder to the thieves, there is a bright street light in front of our house. You and you car were very visible.

    Los Alamos

  • An appeal

    Dear Editor,

    Arise, scientific heirs of J. Robert Oppenheimer. For over 60 years scientists here have only followed orders, only done their job, only done their duty. Scientists! Awake from that long slumber. Tell the powerful, warmongering leadership, the politicians, the CEOs of the military/industrial complex that mute scientific compliance is an option that is no longer acceptable.

  • Hospital process very hard

    Dear Editor,

    I had routine appointments at Los Alamos Medical Center. I am sharing my two-week experience to complete the routine procedures in hope that a broken process can be fixed. First, I want to say that all of the people I encountered at the medical center were extremely pleasant and professional. I appreciate the service and the fact that we all can have testing done here in Los Alamos.

    I appreciate more than ever the physicians and their office personnel. Here is my routine:

    1. Sign in at hospital registration to schedule test #1.

  • Schools can learn from each other

    Dear Editor,

    As a 7th grader who has been homeschooled for three years and public schooled for four years, I feel I know the strengths and weaknesses of both. They can learn from learn from each other.

    How so? You can’t look at the homeschool as and not see the strength that comes from flexibility. You can’t look at the public school and not see the strength that comes from diversity.