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Letters to the editor for Aug. 1, 2021, including submissions from Gary Richardson, Deborah Wirt, Dudley Ward, Arlene Studer, Violet Fuller, Samuel Snider, Marcie Coffman, Elizabeth Roberts and Garrett Randel.


All letters must be submitted electronically, either through the website or via email op-ed@idahopress.com. Letters must include your full name (no initials), home address and daytime and evening telephone numbers for verification. If you have questions regarding your letter, please call (208) 465-8115 or click the button to submit it online.

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I’d like to wish our readers and Idaho Press team a heartfelt thank you and farewell. Friday was my last day with the Idaho Press, the paper that raised me as a reporter. It was 10 years ago this month that I, a 21-year-old new college grad, started writing Best of Canyon County blurbs to tr…

Nearly six months into President Biden’s term and we are experiencing a vastly different America. It’s almost hard to believe the drastic changes we’ve experienced in such a short time, but folks, I’m here to remind you that elections have consequences.


Guest opinions are typically written by industry leaders, people with expertise and training in a field or those with timely and relevant life experiences. Submissions are capped at 600 words, and are accompanied by a headshot and a brief bio. Please direct additional questions to op-ed@idahopress.com

In mid-August, when the Census Bureau sends states the breakdown of their population by neighborhoods, a mathematical marathon begins. Every state will race to map new Congressional and legislative districts before candidates must declare for the 2022 state primaries.

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