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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.

Right to Life working on consent legislation

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This protective legislation will require that a woman be informed that the chemical abortion can potentially be reversed in order to save her baby if she changes her mind after taking it.

Many helped with book signing event

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My book, “Taming the Meadows,” has brought me pleasure in many ways. I would like to thank everyone who helped on suggestions or construction in any way.

Consider offering skill on hospital board

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Have you considered how important Syringa Hospital, the clinic, the medical staff and emergency service unit are to this town, and to you and me personally? So often we take things for granted and just assume they will manage themselves and be there for us in our time of need. This spring we have an opportunity to have input and to be involved in how this critical facility operates. In May, we will be electing our hospital board of trustees.

Your party owns the rhetoric, division

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In response to Rep. Erpelding’s opinion [Feb. 8 issue] I have a few points for the people to ponder. When it comes to education why don’t the Democrats and Rep. Erpelding support school choice and the right of parents to choose?

Play part in exciting time for Syringa Hosp.

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I invite you to play a part in this exciting time in your hospital’s history. Contact your hospital board members and let them know your concerns. Consider even running for the hospital board of trustees this May to allow your skill set to augment those of this dedicated group of public servants.

It’s time citizens connect the dots of our collective voting and get a full picture

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Review your tax bill. Look at your total taxes, then the School District Supplement. Our family’s District 244 School Supplement represents 43 percent of our taxes! Previously, I’ve voted for every district supplemental levy for nearly three decades. I’m not certain this time.

Obama accomplished one good thing...

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A friend recently pointed out to me that the Obama presidency did actually accomplish one good thing for our country....

Want to understand Democrats? Then talk to some Democrats

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No matter what your political party, it can be a good thing to talk to and listen to people who don’t agree with you. Who knows, you may even find some common ground.

Don’t understand the attitude on politics

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It seems the Democrat Party doesn’t handle losing very well: protests, marches, violence in the streets, etc. I don’t recall seeing such things when Barack Obama was elected and re-elected.

Court remedy fair because information collected illegally

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IDFG has been disingenuous and playing fast and loose on this issue for years. This project was accelerated, banking on the public not being able to hold agencies accountable through the courts. The remedy was fair because the information was collectedly illegally, and its use further threatens wilderness character.

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