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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.

September 28
  • Support this team

    Page B9 Few words today are as overused as “team” but fewer still are as vital to success as creating a fully functioning team with each member contributing their strengths while covering …

  • GOP pulls punches

    Page B9 I see Republicans failing to win the Senate in November the same way they lost the last two presidential races: by not fighting for America.

  • Seeking a peace partner

    Page B9 Thank you for providing the viewpoints on the Arab-Israeli conflict (“Pursuit of Peace: Where To Go From Here,” Sept. 13). Abdallah Amr suggests that Israel has no incentive to achieve …

September 27
  • She is a leader

    Page B5 Richard Magney’s Sept. 6 letter shows the difficult situation faced by so many women in leadership roles in politics and in business. Women-haters cannot accept that women are not mouthpieces …

  • Re-elect McMorris Rodgers

    Page B5 I want to thank Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers for her message to women about empowerment and individual treatment instead of expanding government. The Republican Party supports women as mothers, women …

  • Will miss Dr. Moyer

    Page B5 Our family was sad to hear the news of the death of Dr. John Moyer. John was a lovely man who understood what it meant to be a public servant. …

  • Thank you, Mr. President

    Page B5 If President Obama were to cure the common cold, I believe his opponents would denounce him for killing the cold care industry. Disagreeing with any president is our democratic right. …

  • Elect educator Jones

    Page B5 Idahoans have an opportunity to elect a new superintendent of public instruction, and the choices couldn’t be clearer: More of Tom Luna’s ill-advised “Luna Laws” under Sherri Ybarra, or a …

  • Health career an asset

    Page B5 I support Mary Lou Johnson to be our next Spokane County commissioner.

  • Fortunate to have sheriff

    Page B5 Going back to his first days in office, it was apparent Ozzie Knezovich held a high moral standard and work ethic. I continue to realize and appreciate how fortunate we …