Here’s a note for you
To the person who left the nasty note on my vehicle at Superstore ... firstly, it’s none of your business where I park or how, not that there was anything wrong with my parking ... and secondly, there are 500 other places to park, so pick one … and thirdly, smile! You were on camera!
One night of noise not a burden
Excellent letter to the editor in response to the Relay for Life and the noise level. I would gladly give up one or two nights sleep in the hopes that no one else would ever have to go through the pain of losing someone they love to cancer.
Time for a permanent marker
It is really thoughtless on the part of the city that there still is no permanent marker for Errol Black Park. Shame!
Which lane am I in?
Question ... when is the city going to repaint yellow lines on the streets and all school zones, Park Avenue and McDonalds and who knows how many other streets? People are having trouble knowing what lane to be in.
Our postal service leaves much to be desired
My husband was mailed two greeting cards with gift cards in each. Both cards were mailed June 2 from the same address in Alberta. The first one was delivered June 11, the second delivered June 18. The second was delivered to a wrong address even though our address was very plain on the envelope. I guess it’s lucky we got it at all. Postage goes up and service gets worse.
Time to take a stand and do what you can
In response to the Sound Off “Accountability Is What We Need,” regarding Sioux Valley. A lot of these individuals come from a different society or married into a different society. They openly voice their optimism and displeasure with the current elected officials, but there is a reason they don’t make it on the outside world ... they have to rely on the accountability of Sioux Valley’s chief and council. If anything the chief and council are doing a good job we would think and whatever issues they have, that is on their on behalf. It is not what Sioux Valley can do for you … it is what you can do for your own community … and every community should have that. Do what you can in a positive way instead of bringing down chief and council in a negative aspect.