Letters to the editor: Let citizens vote on judges; Animal ordinance makes sense
Tonganoxie fortunate to have Royce Kitts as library director
To the Editor,
In regards to the letter to the editor Dec. 8, Tonganoxie is very fortunate to have Royce Kitts as its librarian. We are also fortunate to have free use of computers at the library. Our library is an asset to adults and children in this community. The ultimate responsibility for the upbringing of children belongs to their parents, not the librarian. Perhaps parents should stop using the library as a free babysitting service.
Local man who took in horse commended for actions
Thank you for the wonderful story about Jay Miller and Levi in last week's edition. Stories like these confirm our belief that Leavenworth County is full of caring and responsible owners, and citizens who believe we can do better for animals and the people who love them. We count on that as we continue to work toward building and operating Leavenworth County's no-kill Animal Care Center. The good people and pets of Leavenworth County need, want and deserve that service.
Crystal Swann Blackdeer,
Leavenworth County Humane Society
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