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Letters to the Editor

Abortion decision disappoints reader

Full disclosure, I’m writing this as a 70 year old Caucasian woman who follows Christianity and never in my life did I imagine, after almost 50 years, that half of the population would lose the right to make their own healthcare decisions. Choosing whether or not to have a baby is a ...

Reader alarmed by Title IX changes

Far-left activists in Biden’s Department of Education are changing the definition of “sex” in Title IX — and the consequences will be detrimental to women. Title IX prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program receiving Federal financial assistance. The vast, ...

Reader questions anti-abortion laws

In Friday’s edition of the Inter-Mountain, the Cal Thomas column presents a passionate argument to justify his daughter’s personal choice not to get an abortion. The arguments defend her religious beliefs. In making her decision, she enjoyed freedom of religion and autonomy over her own ...

Pool/splash pad choice disappointing to some

I am extremely disappointed in the article praising pool success. I do applaud commissioners in trying to do something active for our families here. But they missed the mark and your article was misleading. 1. Citizens concerned with ability to lap swim have expressed concerns for two ...

IM reader wants to conduct an experiment

I would like to challenge all my fellow conservatives out there to join me in an experiment. You don’t have to do anything but ask a question or two and record the results. As you know, the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) last week set off a firestorm that is still burning when they did the ...

Mamma Mia’ a gift to the community

The gift of the “Mamma Mia” production that the Old Brick Playhouse Executive Director Missy McCollam, staff and community participants brought to the Rotary Amphitheater was a great joy. Ms. McCollam’s opening remarks hit spot-on when she said we were privileged to sit under the ...