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Letter to the editor: A response to part 1 of the gender-neutral restroom series

Dear Editor, I’d first off like to thank you for bringing up the issue of trans-inclusion on our campus. Many people don’t realize how privileged they are to be able…

Letter to the editor: Green Dot coverage

Dear Editor, I am writing today to express my disappointment at the lack of coverage on Green Dot, UCM’s new violence prevention initiative, in this week’s issue of the Muleskinner…

Letter to the editor: Swap shop harassment

Dear Editor, The event in discussion started simply enough. Someone on the Warrensburg Swaps and Sales! Facebook page inquired as to where one could donate unwanted clothes. I suggested Big…

Letter to the editor: Senator and friend of Johnson County Harold Caskey passes away

Fellow Democrats, Today, October 1, Senator Harold Caskey passed away. Senator Caskey was one of the greatest men that I had the honor of knowing and I send my heartfelt…

Letter to the editor: Universal responsibility

Dear Editor, I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to…

Letter to the editor: a college degree

Dear Editor, A college degree does not guarantee what used to be thought of as a college education. A high school diploma long ago was a mark of distinction. No…

Common sense by the yard

Dear editor, Incidental chemical exposures, contamination of our waterways, decimation of honeybee populations, declining water tables and a general winnowing of bio-diversity. These might seem like amorphous problems we have…

What happened to living wage jobs?

Dear Editor, I recently had a chance to see some of the great work being done at Manna Harvest by a group of dedicated volunteers. They put on a feed…

Disfunction an embarrassment to the city

Dear Editor, The past few meetings at Warrensburg City Council have not exactly gone smooth with arguments and shouting matches breaking out between elected officials. This is a complete embarrassment…

Losing Selmo Park, local heritage

Dear Editor, Selmo Park is on its last legs, with the bulldozers due to move in in less than a month. Instead of an historic house, we’ll have some “green…

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