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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.

October 3
October 2
  • Vote for Haskell

    Page A11 Larry Haskell joined the military after high school and has spent 42 years as a military policeman, officer candidate, pilot, guardsman and retired lieutenant colonel. During this time he was …

  • Best option chosen

    Page A11 I am writing in response to George Clark’s letter (Sept. 21) as to what to do with the leaking chemical truck stopped at the state line.

  • Leaders can fight ISIS

    Page A11 So a few of our noted politicians in Washington, D.C., are calling for troops to return to Iraq. It won’t be them, or their kids, on the ground charging ISIS.

  • Feminism is basic

    Page A11 Feminism is defined as advocacy or support for women’s social, economic and political rights. The goal is equality with our male counterparts. This hardly seems radical. Feminism is not a …

October 1
  • Bipartisan effort

    Page A13 We cannot afford to lose Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers in Congress. She has time and again stood up and fought for our interests to make our community a better place …

  • Need 40 hours

    Page A13 Having worked in the grocery retail business for over 12 years, I understand how not working enough hours is problematic. When I worked 40 hours per week, I had enough …

  • Tired of incumbents

    Page A13 I will not be voting for any incumbents, except for state Sen. Brian Dansel. Incumbents have done absolutely nothing for us. Can you honestly look at your daily life and …

September 30
  • Tveit best for judge job

    Page A11 As a former Stevens County commissioner, I understand the need for strong, ethical and experienced leadership for elected officials.

  • School funding is enough

    Page A11 The Sept. 11 ruling by the Washington Supreme Court, which found the Legislature in contempt of court because the court’s self-determined meaning of “ample” was not met in regard to …

  • Terror begets terror

    Page A11 To say 9/11 is God’s punishment because the United States lacks morality is not only an offensive assault on all affected by the war on terror, but it’s unfounded and …