Letters to the editor
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The new legislation requiring the September 26 public hearing held at the Blair High School Auditorium was pointless. I attended mostly to see what would be accomplished. I understand few if anyone … more
The bane of democracy, a society void of wisdom. 250 years of history and nothing is learned. A war, (1776), against the greed of a monarchy was the beginning of our democracy. A war, … more
Kudos to the Blair Bears' staff and students I would like to commend the staff and students of Blair Public Schools for the show of support at the football game. What a beautiful field! It was … more
With all the work being done in Arlington and surrounding areas by American Broadband (ABB), when will someone from ABB be updating us as to what happens next? People have come into our yards (a … more
Dear editor, On Sunday, Oct. 10, I wanted to stop and visit my daughter's grave. She is buried in the Holy Cross section of the Blair Cemetery. I wasn't able to do this because the cemetery gates … more
To the Editor: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and The Bridge is hosting a few events to honor and celebrate those who have survived, to raise awareness about the prevalence of … more
Dear editor, “During the first round, it seemed almost everyone was on the same page. We all did whatever we had to to get through it. Now that the majority of Americans are vaccinated, … more
On Friday, Aug. 6, we experienced a helicopter landing on top of a refueling truck nearly 100 feet in our drive. The truck driver did not ask permission to use our private property for business … more
Dear editor, It doesn't surprise me that another truck of corn overturned in Blair. You can tell by the pictures he was in fact going too fast, had to go up on the curb, which is how his load … more
Dear editor, A huge thank you to Supt. Randy Gilson and the Blair school board for opposing the proposed health education standards set out by the state department of education. I have cut out the … more
Dear editor, It's good to know that at least one person at the enterprise has common sense — that being Leeanna Ellis. The 4th of July is a national holiday. That's one day, not 12. I can … more
Dear editor, The planning commission has rezoned the area near the Blair YMCA, 10th and Wilbur streets, to agricultural/light industrial manufacturing. Bob and Pam Hanson, who live adjacent to the … more
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