Submit election letters to editor through Oct. 31

Letter writers who wish to submit an epistle regarding a candidate or issue for the Nov. 6 election may do so right up until Oct. 31, the final edition of the Press before the election.

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 17

Company assisted RCS district

To the editor:

We would like to recognize Rogards of Champaign by thanking them for their effort to offer assistance and outreach to the local communities. 

Reeder: The rich, like J.B. Pritzker, aren’t like the rest of us

“Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me. They possess and enjoy early, and it does something to them, makes them soft where we are hard, and cynical where we are trustful, in a way that, unless you were born rich, it is very difficult to understand.”

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Wang: Art photo exhibition on display at Asian American Cultural Center

An art photography exhibition is now on display through the end of October with a closing reception and artists gallery talk from 5-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, at the university’s Asian American Cultural Center.

Fogal: At shelter, who rescued whom?

Rantoul Press columnist

September ended on a good note for the Society for Hooved Animals Rescue and Emergency with the adoption of four minis and no new rescues.

We still have several adoptable horses on hand. Just go to our website and fill out an application (sharehorses@gmail.com).

Porter: Tired of all the fighting, so I’m backing away

Rantoul Press columnist

I did something last week that I think nobody should ever do. It’s probably something you’d never expect from me.

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 10

It is mandate for our leaders to know justice

To the editor:

Our nation is threatened by violent street theater, its sole purpose being to foment murderous rage among an increasing number of drug-crazed groupies.

Guest commentary: Six-trustee district proposal not endorsed by Rantoul Tomorrow

For Rantoul Press

Last week in the Rantoul Press, Wendell Golston attempted to connect the Rantoul Tomorrow initiative to the political referendum titled “six-trustee district.”

This referendum will be on the Nov. 6 ballot. Before you make your decision on this referendum, please consider the following facts.

Porter: I’m not changing any minds with my writing


Rantoul Press columnist

When column writers can’t think of anything to write, they write about writing.

Kelley: Ingalls Wilder showed life in auld lang syne

I’ve had a fascination with author Laura Ingalls Wilder since the third grade when I first read “Little House in the Big Woods,” which introduces us to 4-year-old Laura living with her family in a log cabin on the edge of the Big Woods of Wisconsin (near Pepin) in 1871.

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