Letters to the Editor
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Letter to the Editor, My wife and I belonged to the Whitehouse YMCA, joining a couple of months after it opened many years ago. We were very dismayed when it shut down, thinking the new management, the Crossroads Church, would not do as good a job as the YMCA. Boy, we were totally wrong. After the total renovation of the building, new equipment, and most importantly, the management by Tony and Lonnie; they more
“I’m just glad I could help.” It’s a quote I’ve heard several times over the past couple of days as the media talks to those who are using their fishing or duck hunting boats to rescue people from homes and roadways in southeast Texas. The flood waters rise, torrential rains continue and so many find themselves stranded.  more
I would like to publically thank Ozarka Water in Hawkins for donating four pallets of bottled water to Arp Independent School District. The water system of the City of Arp has been found to have excessive levels of asbestos in their drinking water. The city water pipes are over 50 years old and in some instances much older. These pipes are beginning to break down and release asbestos into the water. The city is investigating multiple plans to replace these antiquated pipes, but it will take some time. more
Patrick Warren has lived in Whitehouse almost all of his life. He loves God and people and, like his mother, hates trash on the road. He walks daily and waves at most cars. His wife died a few months ago and walking helps relieve the stress. more
About a month ago, I was driving north out of Whitehouse on 110 and saw a man walking south on the eastbound side waving to random cars as they drove by. At first I thought he was hailing a ride, and I felt it a bit “odd” that he would be waving at random cars. Day after day, I have seen the same man waving again to random cars along the way. Sometimes I also see him picking up trash.  more
In Regard to the Elections Integrity Commission The League of Women Voters on national, state and local levels works diligently to register, inform and encourage citizens to become active in our election process. The reliability and confidentiality of the system is critical. It is therefore deeply concerning to us that the new Elections Integrity Commission (EIC) has requested from Texas and other states, sensitive and personal voter information. more
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