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Pie to the face for local principal should be no laughing matter

It staggers the imagination that, as shown in a recent section-front photo in the Review-Journal, first-grade students were allowed to splatter their principal and assistant principal with whipped cream pies. It’s a breakdown of respect for the dignity of the office, wrong of the school and wrong of the parents to condone such behavior. Then we wonder why kids go bad.

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LETTER: Nevada should ditch the caucus system

We absolutely support your Wednesday editorial advocating for abandoning this chaotic and time-consuming caucuses as a means of awarding presidential delegates. Early voting for the Nevada caucuses was very confusing —- the ballot instructions were poor and volunteers were unsure how to handle questions about the process. They were, however, very dedicated to making sure the voter results were accurately recorded.