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Current Letters to the Editor:
Mr. Scales........Where are you?, 9/26/01, by Marianne Dusek.
Last Month's Letters to the Editor:
ADD, 5/30/01, by Beth Thrasher.
Parochial/Private School Chatboard, 5/29/01, by Wondering.
Alternative Education, 5/22/01, by Gary Chance(woodbutcher).
Cover story by the Wongs, 5/20/01, by Tom Kelly.
Job Hunting, 5/16/01, by Heather Barrick.
ESL Students, 5/16/01, by tom harrison.
Censorship, 5/15/01, by Robert Zimmerman.