Letters to the editor
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Dear editor, It happened on a beautiful spring evening, May 2, 2020, in Blair, Neb. My daughter called me on the phone and asked, “Mom, would you like to see what is going on uptown?” I … more
Dear editor, The stories reported by Daniel Buhrman and Elizabeth Elliott emphasized the economic stress currently suffered by agriculture producers at a time when they are faced with the … more
Dear editor, What does it mean to be a grandfather? A grandfather does not mean to be blood related. They help you if you need it, they teach you to drive, they teach you to ride a bike and … more
I will start my story from the time we left for our long-planned trip to drive to Phoenix and stay for two weeks, as we have done the past few years. Both of our mothers were in Carter Place, and … more
Dear editor, With the arrival of government “relief checks” coming soon, it’s important to support our local businesses. The purpose of these checks is to help stimulate our economy. As a … more
Dear Editor, We are writing for three reasons. The first is in response to Mary J. French’s letter to the editor in the March 24 issue of the Pilot-Tribune. The second is that we are not the … more
Dear editor, As entertaining as it is to read about the travel of Blair residents, the omission of relevant information is a serious issue.   In the March 17 publication of the Pilot-Tribune, … more
Dear editor, Washington County Food Pantry at Joseph’s Coat is prepared to do whatever is needed to help ensure that no one will go hungry, especially during this unprecedented crisis. … more
Dear editor, I and my family moved to Blair, joining the Blair Clinic in 1964.  I remember well that white panel truck (operated by Blair Rescue). And through  these many years, I have been … more
Dear editor, Recently, I began visiting a dog, Keys, at the Blair Animal Shelter who had been rescued from an abusive situation from Alliance.   This poor boy is broken and needs lots of loving … more
Dear editor, I want to say thanks to the Enterprise and the Fort Calhoun Skills USA Chapter 27 for the work on the teddy bear drive in memory of Will Hodges. God bless all. Harold W. Hodges … more
Dear editor, Today is my last day of employment with the City of Blair. Words cannot fully express my gratitude and love for the many great public servants I have worked with and for the friends, … more
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