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Letters to the Editor

Kayla Murdock: Candidate for Kiowa County Sheriff

| Kayla Murdock | Letters to the Editor
"Let’s discuss a hot topic of this election: experience and expectations."

Letter to the Editor: KCFPD

| Kiowa County Fire Protection District | Letters to the Editor
"As VOLUNTEERS, many times we leave our loved ones at a moment’s notice to go into unknown, high-risk situations and try to make a small, positive impact on our community. This was the case last Friday, April 22nd."

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| Sand Creek Massacre Foundation Board of Directors | Letters to the Editor
Thank you for your recent coverage of the discussions regarding Xcel Energy’s “Colorado’s Power Pathway” project in Kiowa County. We appreciate your publication of the Call to Action released by the Sand Creek Massacre Foundation in the November 24, 2021 issue of the Independent, especially reproducing it verbatim to avoid misunderstanding, speculation or rumor about where the Call to Action came from or what it included. As recent articles and Letters to the Editor suggest, it is easy for misunderstandings based on incorrect information to form and, once formed, difficult for them to be corrected.

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| Craig Kerfoot | Letters to the Editor
As board chair, I have an obligation to do what I believe is in the best interest of the hospital and its mission to the community. I take this responsibility seriously. The hospital and the board have been through significant turmoil over the past many months. The most important issue currently facing us is to determine how we want the hospital to be led going into the future. We have three basic options going forward.

Letter to the Editor

| Matt Prince, Doug Uhland, Junior McDowell, Ken Flory | Letters to the Editor
Dear Kiowa County Friends and Neighbors,

Letter to the Editor

| Jennifer Boyd | Letters to the Editor
Thank you to all of you that were so incredibly generous and donated gift cards on behalf of the families that lost everything in the Marshall Fire. I have been overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity and willingness to help from so many.

Letter to the Editor

| Mark Bolton, MD | Letters to the Editor
Thank you for inviting me to comment on the health care challenges facing the Eads community. For those of you who do not know me, I am a physician who practices at Keefe Memorial Hospital in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado – where my wife Karen and I have owned a home for about three years.

Letter to the Editor

| Kit Carson Staff | Letters to the Editor
School board members are ordinary people who demonstrate extraordinary dedication to our public schools. January marks School Board Recognition Month and is the perfect time we thank our school board members for their untiring efforts.

Letter to the Editor: Jennifer Boyd

| Jennifer Boyd | Letters to the Editor
Giving back to Marshall fire kids & families – would you like to help?

Letter to the Editor

| The Archers | Letters to the Editor
To our Eads Family:

Letter to the Editor: Week 68: Annum 1+

| Administrator | Letters to the Editor
Week 68: Annum 1+: 

Letter To The Editor

| Tori Uhland | Letters to the Editor
Let me preface this by saying I don’t care what you choose to eat. If you are a vegan or vegetarian, that’s cool.

Letter To The Editor

| Kemma Alfano | Letters to the Editor
As an organization that operates on your property tax dollars, the Kiowa County Public Library District strives to be transparent with what is happening at the Library. We are, as the saying goes, an open book! With that in mind, we would like to provide you, the Kiowa County Community, with more details about how the discussion began regarding the Library relocating to the Wissell building on Maine Street.

Letter to the Editor: Mary Vasquez

| Mary R. Vasquez | Letters to the Editor
RE:  Mask Requirement for Public School Basketball

LETTER TO THE EDITOR FROM A HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE

| Ally Spady | Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor,

Letter to the Editor: Jeff Campbell

| Jeff Campbell | Letters to the Editor
Week 36 – Justice can’t wait forever.