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    Letters to the Editor (08/05/2016)

    I attended the special school board meeting on July 26 in the school district office. This meeting was called by Tommy Jones, Dominic Falasco, Marlene Smith and Carol Duffy, even though acting Superintendent Dean Bubar was unable to attend.

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    Letters to the Editor (07/22/2016)

    The excitement and frenzy over the new Pokémon app in the Enterprises story last Friday was interesting and yet not surprising as it seems the young American culture is so quick in its ability to learn all the new electronic games and equipment thrown at them.

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    Letters to the Editor (07/15/2016)

    I happened through your city on July 9 and stopped at a local barbecue place for dinner. It was called Hot City BBQ. Besides the great food, what impressed me tremendously was the owner had a memorial wreath hanging in memory of the Dallas police.

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    Letters to the Editor (07/08/2016)

    The article in the July 1 Enterprise on lack of abortion clinics and the alarming rate of births, especially with 15- to 19-year-olds, did not come as a shock to me.

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    Letters to the Editor (06/24/2016)

    Thank you for your coverage of Our Lady of Fatima 4-H Club’s 2015-16 term, which highlighted the members’ positive difference in project work, fundraisers, events, community service activities and the Merced County Spring Fair exhibits.

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    Letters to the Editor (06/17/2016)

    This is a letter to the people who are rioting, waving the Mexican flag and burning the American flag. What you are doing is not helping your cause, it is hurting it. We all know that Donald Trump is not going to deport all of the illegal immigrants in America; statistically, it isn’t possible...

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    Letters to the Editor (06/10/2016)

    The Enterprise’s June 3 front page had an article involving seven teenagers hurt in car crash after pursuit by police.

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    Letters to the Editor (06/04/2016)

    A group calling itself CAC (Community Advocacy Coalition) is making demands of our school district. They demand that our schools discriminate based on color when it comes to hiring. Their demand is illegal. Why? The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal to discriminate based on color when hiring...

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    Letters to the Editor (05/27/2016)

    There is a group in Los Banos, the CAC (Community Advocacy Coalition). Members include Julian Mancias, Patricia Ramos-Anderson, Ray Martinez, Pastor Felix Jenkins, Barry Anderson and LBUSD board member Marlene Smith.

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    Letters to the Editor (5/20/2016)

    The crash of a stolen vehicle reported in the May 13 edition of the Enterprise is one of two vehicles stolen on the same block of Quail Street. The other vehicle was stolen a few weeks ago four houses away. Luckily, it was recovered intact a few blocks from Quail. Our mail carrier, Todd, recognized...

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