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Readers in the Inland Northwest can submit letters to The Spokesman-Review. Letters should be no longer than 200 words and must include the writer's home street address and a daytime telephone number.

February 8
  • Good investments

    Page B9 Support for public schools is an investment in children, an investment in your neighborhood and an investment in our community. Today’s fast-paced world requires an agile mind to keep pace. …

  • Strong school, strong city

    Page B9 Please pull your ballot out of the trash. It is critical to ensuring Spokane schools can thrive and be an important driver for the growth and attractiveness of the city.

  • Schools are jewels

    Page B9 Spokane’s public schools are among the crown jewels of our community. On Feb. 10, we need to protect the community’s investment in education by voting yes for both the maintenance …

  • Yes vote brings value

    Page B9 Our community in the past has come together to support kids in Spokane Public Schools by voting yes on levies and bonds, and it has made a ton of difference …

February 7
  • Look past scare tactics

    Page A11 I raised kids educated in Spokane Valley schools, worked for a large employer in Spokane and have retired. Many workmates were successfully recruited to Spokane, in part, because of the …

  • Rethink Monroe project

    Page A11 Does anyone see the lunacy of a projected two-lane Monroe Street while the Spokane City Council is already getting cat calls in print from out of state?

  • Quintrall did nothing wrong

    Page A11 Jan Quintrall, former head of Spokane’s Business and Developer Services Division, was given a budget and stayed within that number. Having a six-hour meeting and not being charged for the …

  • Trapping course suspicious

    Page A11 On Nov. 12, Idaho Fish and Game invited citizens to a forum on trapping rules. About 90 percent of the participants argued for reasonable changes to the existing rules. The …

  • Free speech is paramount

    Page A11 Denyse Erdos’ Jan. 26 letter to the editor says “… making fun of someone or someone’s beliefs is disrespectful and should not be the basis for selling magazines.”

  • WV levies far-reaching

    Page A11 We have had children in the West Valley School District for 10-plus years. We have a large diverse family with biological and internationally adopted children. They all have different needs, …

  • Shea is irresponsible

    Page A11 Dear Spokane: I’m a gun owner. I have a conceal permit. I voted against Initiative 594. And I just wanted to distance myself from Rep. Matt Shea.

  • Invest in our kids

    Page A11 I urge voters to support the Citizens for Spokane Schools “Yes for Kids” levy and bond campaign. I’m the mother of two kindergarten students and a proud educator of some …

  • Seniors should back schools

    Page A11 My wife and I have lived in the Central Valley School District since 1966. We raised four sons, all of whom went through the CV school system and are now …

  • Can’t afford yes vote

    Page A11 Once again, the signs are out and the ads are shown to vote yes on both fire and school levies and bonds. Where does the money come from to make …

  • Show school pride

    Page A11 As a citizen and parent of two children currently in the West Valley School District, I know voting yes is rudimentary to the development of our children and community. I …

February 6
  • Keep oil in North America

    Page A13 President Obama has threatened to veto any construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, which he opposes for environmental reasons. I agree with him, but for reasons of national security.

  • Vote for Cheney schools

    Page A13 As a parent of three Cheney School District students, as well as an employee of the district, I am encouraged by the everyday opportunities made available both to students and …

  • Support Mead bond, levy

    Page A13 In 2013, I served on the Mead Facilities Planning Committee. The committee was made up of current parents in the district and others, like myself, who no longer have children …