Letters To The Editor
Regarding “Death by dirty water: Storm runoff a risk for fish” (Nov. 17):
Who’s blaming whom?
As we approach Dec. 10 — International Human Rights Day — the human rights of the Crimean Tatar people continue to be blatantly violated by the Russian authorities in occupied Crimea (part of Ukraine seized by Russia this year). On Nov....
Not our business
FDA on target
I generally keep my opinions to myself, but after reading “Zoo hospital’s first patient: Fla. panther” (Metro, Nov. 15) about the Lowry Park Zoo hospital I felt compelled to write. What an exceptional endeavor by all who work at ...
Last week we saw another devastating sinkhole strike our region. It becomes national news, it gains the attention of local and state government officials and resources are applied to study and fix the catastrophic problem. Fortunately, the majority o...
Gruber’s the idiot
A failure to serve
The Nov. 12 Letter of the Day “Help available for Medicare beneficiaries” does an excellent job highlighting how seniors can get unbiased information about Medicare through the SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) program. O...