Letters to the editor

Letter: Error in judgment
January 20, 2011
To the editor: After reading the article about the sewer service rate hike in our local paper, I could not believe my eyes.
Letter: Sewer increase will hurt
January 13, 2011
To the editor: Why did we let Glenwood Estates connect to the city of Basehor sewers and not charge the out-of-city fee of $4,200?
Letter: Young Samaritans win praise
January 13, 2011
To the editor: It’s nice to see families with respectable children, hardworking and willing to help.
Letter: Project’s backers thanked
January 13, 2011
To the editor: On behalf of the Basehor-Linwood Assistance Services we would like to thank the many other businesses, organizations and individuals who also supported us.
Letter: Snow removal services lacking
January 13, 2011
To the editor: We were promised to maintain if not improve services in our area when we were annexed.
Letter: Baskets a success
December 30, 2010
To the editor: Another year of thanks for Vaughn-Trent Christmas baskets, and many, many thanks for support, donations and funds.
Letter to the editor: Simple reason for serving
December 23, 2010
There are many reasons that people have for serving or not serving in the military. I have a long list of reasons for why I serve.
Letter to the editor: Finding fossils
December 16, 2010
Did you know every day, locally owned companies crush history?
Letter to the editor: Give thanks for Muriel Jared
December 9, 2010
Thank you for the Chieftain article on longtime former Bonner Springs High School algebra teacher and Vaughn-Trent volunteer Muriel Jared (Nov. 11 Chieftain).
Letter: Nod to Mark Twain
December 2, 2010
“Mark Twain, 100 Years Later,” a presentation Oct. 23 at the Basehor-Linwood High School was fantastic.
Letter: Stop domestic violence
November 18, 2010
To the editor: Domestic violence is a silently common story: The man of her dreams became the abuser of her nightmares.
Take part in Adoption Month
November 11, 2010
November is National Adoption Month. In Kansas there are more than 5,000 children in foster care and approximately 900 of them are waiting to be adopted. Can you imagine the lives many of these young kids have led? Not one person to feed them, to read to them, to tuck them into bed. Not one person to support their desire to become an artist, a dancer, a soccer player.
Vote ‘no’ to electing judges
October 28, 2010
We are voting on whether to elect our district court judges. Why? There is no evidence the current method of selection has created a problem in Leavenworth or Atchison counties.
Publc has input in judge choice
October 28, 2010
On Nov. 2, voters will decide if they want to elect our local district judges. Others state the public doesn’t have input on the selection of judges. This isn’t true.