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LETTERS: Bill relief requested

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Without a doubt, a significant percentage of our population will be facing hard times, owing to the COVID-19 virus and related emergency requirements imposed...

LETTERS: They’re not hoarders

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In response to This is in response to “Stockpiled,” your editorial printed March 31. Do you know what a hoarder is? A hoarder is...

LETTERS: Nonchalant distancing

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The new provisions and sanctions for global health safety should pose as a tactical individual standard, but for the multitudes the destructive power of...

COVID rules exaggerated

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From the president to our local officials, everybody is concerned about this pandemic. The recommendations they have imposed on the citizens, like isolation and...

Facilities need help

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As a social work student, I was shocked when I learned about the reality of assisted living facilities in the state of Texas. The...

COMMENTARY: Building fire protection

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By Eugene Fernandez On May 8, 1908, Mayor Frederic Combe’s administration carried out an overhaul of Market Square, whitewashing it and proposing that screens be...

COMMENTARY: A primer on the coronavirus

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NURA SALHADAR, MY TURN As a recent public health graduate, I have found it surreal to watch a major public health crisis unfold before my very...

LETTERS: Where are city leaders?

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For the first time we have had to deal with something fatal called the coronavirus. Where are the seven city commissioners whom we elect into...

LETTERS: Pelosi Blasted

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Thank you, Nancy Pelosi! The next time I visit the Kennedy Center in New York City, I’ll send you a thank-you note. Of course, I...

LETTERS: Advocate for children

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April was National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and CASA of Cameron-Willacy is raising awareness of the need for more dedicated members of the community...