Letters to the Editor

Make it stop

Hi, I’ve been trying to find a way to stop the delivery of the blue-bagged newspaper tossed in our driveway each week and came across this article you wrote back in April 2015 (Damn the Torpedoes, “Time to stop the newspaper...

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Here’s an idea

Rob, After reading in your column (“Dothan learns NYE ‘drops’ aren’t always easy,” Jan. 5), I think Dothan should capitalize on the publicity. Instead of removing the phallus of balloons, they should add another nut and call it...

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More to come

Editor: A recent Lagniappe article focused on projects needed and already underway at several public parks. Within the past few years, there have been major renovations of and upgrades to existing facilities at parks across the...

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Shed a little light

Rob: Thanks for an eye-opener column in Lagniappe titled “The state’s wild graduation improvements were never believable.” We need more commentary like this to keep us informed about the true state of affairs in Alabama. It...

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On second thought

Editor: Maybe Hillary Clinton’s choice of the word “deplorable” was a poor decision at the time to describe Trump supporters. But damn it, did they have to prove it by cutting down an old-growth cedar tree for a very lame...

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Don’t let the door hit you

Mr. Colby Cooper, Up to this point, I had considered Mr. Stimpson an above-average mayor, leading Mobile with good judgment and wise decisions. I had likewise assumed that Mr. Stimpson had surrounded himself with equally capable...

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In appreciation of Winthrop Corey

Dear Mr. Corey, You are extraordinary in every way, and your talents never cease to inspire and bring joy to both your dancers and your Mobile Ballet audiences. I can say with absolute certainty that you have had the most...

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A love that permeates

With the Reed family there is always one constant, no matter the situation it is always there permeating any and everything in sight. This constant is love. You would never know how much hardship they face on a daily basis by...

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Local family grateful for Salvation Army

Before the Cisco family became homeless, life was great. They were living in Atlanta and both parents, Charity and Lakeem, had steady jobs. They had a nice home; everyone was happy and healthy. But all of this quickly changed...

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How’s this for charity?

Editor: During my week-long Thanksgiving stay in Mobile, I read your Nov. 17 edition and was pleased to find an excellent community newspaper like yours. I did want to react to “Tongue in cheek — Orange Beach mayor bids farewell...

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