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Citizen Forum

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Election letters

Editor:

I believe it is unfair, dishonest and immoral to publish letters to the editor with subjects relative to an election in the last issue of the newspaper before an election. I'd like to see this newspaper stand up and do the right thing.

Jim Simmons

Busch, AR

Thanks from Bonds family

Editor:

The Bonds Family benefit held on Oct. 15 at Faith Christian Family Church was a huge success. We would like to thank all donors for the live auction or silent auction items and Frito pie dinner. We raised over $10,000 for the family. We appreciate each and every one of you.

Dee Kent and Charity Whitley

Passion Play doom "explained"

Editor:

This is ALL due to the City of Eureka's "Diversity Weekend," drag queen parades and Hell's Angels rallies with stabbings (just to name a few). In fact, all of the liberal junk that happens in this city (disgusting art painted in the middle of town) has ruined a place that used to be a place that we could proudly bring our kids. No more. Keep this up and you will lose even more revenue; ALL of your shops will eventually close (more than the usual turn-over) and Eureka will be another ghost town.

City Council, this is a historical city that you are literally defacing! This town has been around for hundreds of years and you are ruining it!

We can recall when The Great Passion Play drew in buses of people from churches all over the country. Obviously, that is no longer happening.

Retirees have invested in land and homes in your county and they will soon sell and leave.

Wake up City of Eureka Springs! You are destined to be a counsel that runs a wonderful and historical town down the drain. Get over yourselves and think about the big picture. You cannot stray from God and not pay the price. The economy is bad enough; we do not need the council's help running businesses, retirees and tourists away. Those people is what makes your city thrive.

You council, need to be run out of town on a rail!

Proudly,

Sue Spencer