Letters to the editor

  • Bill will help protect the public

    The Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors has proposed SB 336 to better protect the public from unlicensed scam artists causing severe damages to our consumers.

  • Help us feed the area's hungry

    I have been a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service for nearly 22 years. I have had numerous routes during the course of my career. The people I would see daily became a family of sorts.

  • Why are Saudis opposed to 9-11 probe?

    So the sinister, two-faced Saudis are now threatening the U.S. with the sale of almost $1 trillion in Treasury notes and other securities.

  • A little information about the Postal Service

    Allow me to comment on the nation's leading civilian employer of veterans, the U.S. Postal Service.

  • Diet can help control diabetes

    The World Health Organization has released another report that people aren't going to like: This one says that diabetes — a crippling condition that can lead to blindness; heart, eye, and kidney problems; nerve damage; and more — is on...

  • Proposal bad for patients

    I am writing to say that I oppose Senate Bill 291 that is currently being considered in the Legislature. The bill would not require diagnosis before physical therapy treatment and that is dangerous to the patient.

  • We're in the election twilight zone

    For those of you who remember the popular TV show "The Twilight Zone," the stories each week dealt with strange, sometimes-inexplicable happenings that crossed over into "The Twilight Zone." Well, folks, that is exactly where this presidential race...