Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I read with interest your Commentary column (Thomas Mitchell, “It may be time to negotiate Yucca Mountain benefits”) in the May 5, 2017 edition. Whether a person opposes or supports the storage or reprocessing of nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain, it should be clear to all that the alternative proposed routing for a… [More…]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, My name is Blake. I am a 4th grader from Evansville, Indiana. My class is doing a state report, and I chose to research your state of Nevada. For my presentation, I would like to include unique items from Nevada. If you would be willing, could you please publish my letter in the… [More…]

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I am writing to you to correct a few inaccuracies in the cover page article from the Week of May 14, 2015 Eureka Sentinel regarding the Memorial Day Rodeo article.  I am sending this in as a courtesy as I was the previous Club Director (2008-2013) prior to Commissioner Goicoechea being very unsupportive of the… [More…]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Once again, Representative Mark Amodei has betrayed his constituents when he voted yes to fund 5 million illegal aliens. And, once again, our Rino (Republican in name only) swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States, yet defied the Constitution and voted with “Obama’s globalist, socialists agenda.” Eighteen million Americans are out… [More…]

Letter to the Editor: Feb. 20, 2014

Dear Editor, We had tremendous community support this year with our fundraising efforts for the High School Prom.  I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of the parents who donated their time, money, supplies, and wonderful home-cooked food, for our Football and Basketball concessions stand. I would also like to thank several local… [More…]

Letter to the Editor: Sept. 5, 2013

Dear Editor, American Medflight Air Ambulance wishes to congratulate the Eureka County Commissioners on their recent addition of the GPS approach to the Eureka Airport. We appreciate the extremely hard work from Ron Damele, Public Works Director, as well as Lumos and Associates to make this project come to completion. John Burruel, Vice President and… [More…]

Letter to the Editor: August 1, 2013

Dear Editor, I attended a meeting of the Sagebrush Ecosystem Council July 30 (my third) in Carson City. Like a lot of things that go on in government, few readers will have heard of the council. It was set up late last year by Gov. Sandoval in an effort to forestall the feds’ putting the… [More…]