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Make a difference with the Red Cross

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arch has been recognized as Red Cross Month for more than 70 years. It is the time of year when Idaho Red Cross recognizes our volunteer heroes.

USFS letting burnt forest go to waste

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Nobody is working any harder to destroy our forest and deny access to said forest by the general public than the U.S.F.S. They are supposed to be managing the forests for the financial good and enjoyment of the general public, not the USFS and employees.

We need to reassess our priorities

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It bothers me to spend countless hours, time, and money donated doing fund-raisers making $500-$1,000 at a time to keep a basic necessity such as a fire department in our community, while last year my household alone paid over $1,200 towards the school district on our tax bill.

Just one area district could make some cuts

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Should they be reimbursed? Absolutely. But what about all those district vehicles? What are they used for? There was a pause from the board and a “deer caught in your headlights” moment. Just one area district could make some cuts.

District has waste they refuse to acknowledge

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The district has waste they refuse to acknowledge. Why worry about it if the money is always there? They are very capable of cutting back and looking for waste. Vote no Tuesday, March 14.

District website has information on where money being spent

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As a school board member I am not actively campaigning either for or against the upcoming supplemental levy. I do, however, get a lot of patrons complaining after the levy vote, they did not know there was a levy to vote on. So here is your notice.

A clear statement how policies have failed

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My words were not divisive nor were they meant to unify; they were a clear statement of fact that pointed out how Democrat socialist policies have failed and will continue to fail; and yet they are still put forward by party leadership as solutions.

Can conservatives, GOP say same thing?

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Idaho Democrats are in the legislature advocating that we do our job, and fully fund education while simultaneously lowering property taxes. The politicians in charge are content with stifling opportunity for our kids. A fair tax policy in Idaho would lower property taxes for all and create a graduated income tax that would increase as income rises.

Cutting to the chase on Democrats

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In response to your Feb. 22 “Open Letter to Jim Chmelik,” let’s cut to the chase, Michelle Perdue. You’re in favor of killing unborn babies, and having taxpayers pay for it. You’re in favor of keeping poor kids in failing public schools by not giving them the option of educational choice through vouchers....

Public education forum nicely done

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Idaho County Democrats: Kudos for sponsoring the public education forum. It was nicely done with a moderator, three district superintendents and refreshments; attendance was great, sad we don’t see same turnout at school board meetings.

Festival of Hearts a wonderful event

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For those who didn’t attend, you missed a special evening. Our next year’s calendar will include the Festival of Hearts. Many thanks to the committee and all the volunteers who made this happen.

You can see MVSD 244 financials online

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To address Mr. Seloske’s letter in last week’s Free Press, Mountain View School District’s complete financials are available on the district’s website [http://sd244.org].

School funding issue not that simple

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The real potential crisis for Idaho County is if SRS funds are not reauthorized by Congress. I think every day about how we are going to make up for a $7 million hole for the schools and roads in this county without breaking the backs of the taxpayer.

What’s your problem with Democrats?

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What exactly is your problem with Democrats, Jim? How is your letter anything but divisive?

Serving as trustee a rewarding opportunity

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Personally, having served as SHD trustee for the better part of six years, I recommend the experience as a unique and rewarding opportunity to support the hospital and surrounding communities within the hospital district.

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