Editorial Cartoons

Against the national backdrop of sporadic violence and looting stemming from civil rights demonstrations, locals have been turning out in force to peacefully exercise their rights to free speech. And law enforcement officers have been admirably restrained in their reactions to those demonstrations.

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Letters to the editor for Oct. 28, 2020, including submissions from Walter Varnes, Monty Beavers, Leo Faddis, Sean Niland, Nancy Baxter, Kathy Peter, Gwen Chavarria and Vance Els.

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Cheers to the Discovery Center of Idaho and their current exhibit, King Tut – Treasures of the Tomb. Our family, consisting of a set of grandparents, married children, and three of their five children (ages 6 to 11), had the opportunity to travel back in time to explore the beautiful display…

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