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Free concert honors community veterans

To the editor: On Sunday at 3 p.m., the Pulaski Elks will honor our community guardsmen, soldiers, sailors, marines and airman with a tribute concert. This is a free event…

Vote against Trans Pacific Partnership

To the editor: It’s time the U.S. Legislative branch proved we are not an oligarchy and fulfilled the will of the people. The Trans Pacific Partnership is a disaster for…

Please submit your letters to our public forum!

How to submit your letter to The Southwest Times: 1) Through our website: visit https://www.southwesttimes.com/submit-ideas/ and be sure to select “Letter to the Editor” as type of submission. 2) Through…

Iron bridge should be torn down

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Pulaski Town Council last week approved funding the remaining $3,094 needed to complete the financial portion of the Iron Bridge project, a campaign Friends of Peak Creek…

Fans are supposed to be loud at sporting events

To the editor: In response to a recent letter to the editor, I’m sorry to the gentleman who was offended by my loud nature and that you feel like an…

An embarrassed Yankees fan

To the editor: I love baseball, and I attended all but one game this season at Calfee Park. We are very grateful for what David Hagan has done for this…

Can we learn from history?

To the editor: I commend The Southwest Times for running a recent editorial entitled “What’s happened to the U.S.?” The shameful statistics it contained are appalling. Our founding fathers would…

Is Confederate flag headed to the landfill?

To the editor: I agree wholeheartedly with [former U.S. Representative] Virgil Goode that “pulling the flag down would only lead to pulling it out of the museum altogether. Those against…

Questions about Loving Field answered

To the editor: In Sunday’s Southwest Times, Joel Burchett Sr. provided a letter to the editor with some good questions related to the proposed sale of the Loving Field property…

Daily Bread thankful for postal carriers, Troop 249

To the Editor,  Pulaski Daily Bread extends its appreciation to our local letter carriers for their Stamp Out Hunger campaign that was held May 9. We are so appreciative of…