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Posted by Letters | Aug 15, 2017

The midway is cleared and still. The ice cream is gone. The barns and buildings are closed. It was another great year for the Johnson County Fair. And so it...

Posted by Letters | Aug 1, 2017

If you follow voting numbers, you’ll see that people come out in the largest numbers for presidential elections. The next largest group of voters come out every couple years for...

Posted by Letters | Jul 19, 2017

The Hawkeyes take the field at Kinnick Stadium. Thursday, Sept 29, 2016. -- photo by Zak Neumann By Sean Welsh My name is Sean Welsh and I'm an offensive lineman...

Posted by Letters | Jul 11, 2017

Seven hundred-fifty polluted waterbodies. No collective bargaining. Fewer mental health clinics. Poverty wages. Tax breaks for big corporations while our communities struggle. Something isn’t working. It’s time to do politics...

Posted by Letters | Jun 20, 2017

Word Thug is a new, all-volunteer critical and literary multimedia magazine with an emancipatory call for creative expression by community artists, writers and educators. We are writers and artists, rappers...

Posted by Letters | Jun 20, 2017

Months ago, I was shocked to read reports that the Iowa City Community School District has been using small, plywood boxes to seclude students as a form of discipline. But...

Posted by Letters | Jun 6, 2017

Send your letters to editor@littlevillagemag.com By Audrey Keith Yes, racism happens in liberal Johnson County. On April 6, an employee of Coralville Petco used a racial slur against Chelsey Montgomery...

Posted by Letters | Jun 6, 2017

The only good news in Iowa’s new voter ID law, House File 516, is that it doesn’t take effect right away. So if you’re reading up on this now, you...

Posted by Letters | May 16, 2017

I wholeheartedly support the Iowa City Community School District bond referendum. Here is why: 1. Our kids need it. Johnson County keeps growing, and our schools haven’t kept up. We...

Posted by Letters | May 2, 2017

I am writing in support of the use of cannabis for the sick and suffering people in the state of Iowa. I myself am in constant pain from being injured...

Posted by Letters | May 2, 2017

The human brain is fickle. Our memories are unreliable. For instance, I can’t remember the first time I heard David Bowie’s Young Americans, or watched Gene Wilder in Blazing Saddles,...

Posted by Letters | Apr 18, 2017

The opening of the Rapid Creek Cidery at Wilson’s Orchard on Dingleberry Road has been noted in several media stories applauding the project. While I am agnostic about the new...

Posted by Letters | Apr 4, 2017

Photo by Kelli Ebensberger By Loren Glass and Kathrina Litchfield After Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway coined the phrase “alternative facts” in January, George Orwell’s 1984 shot to the top of...

Posted by Letters | Mar 14, 2017

I was picking up passengers at the Cedar Rapids airport. While I was waiting for their flight to land, I read a copy of your magazine, Little Village. On page...

Posted by Letters | Mar 5, 2017

Ed. Note: Joe Flynn, the brother of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, wrote this letter in response to a Democracy in Crisis story "Flynn’s transformation from ‘Water Brother’ to...

Posted by Letters | Mar 3, 2017

By Saffin Parrish-Sams Business and insurance interests are trying to wipe out insurance benefits that cover every working Iowan. Workers’ compensation is a required employee benefit. It covers medical treatment,...