When I read the story about the Bristol child who was beaten at school (WKT, March 8) it brought to mind my family’s struggles all over again. I tried to tell the board of education that there is a serious problem inside of the Webster Groves schools, but they chose to dismiss me. In fact, n…

I wanted to respond to John Foster’s letter “Walk In My Boots” in the March 15 issue, but could not find the words to articulate what I wanted to convey until I came across this quote:

An article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (“Town by town, local journalism is dying in plain sight,” March 10, 2019) describes the epidemic loss of small-town newspapers throughout the country, and with them the vital coverage of community and regional issues that residents rely on.

Why is state Sen. Andrew Koenig, R-District 15, the primary sponsor for charter school expansion in the state legislature when he currently represents three AAA rated school districts (Kirkwood, Parkway and Rockwood)? Do we really need charter schools in our area?

My wife and I are fortunate to have a comfortable home in Rock Hill — a great community with excellent police and fire protection, plus a forward-looking city hall.

You gotta be kidding! The Better Together guys are telling me they plan to replace our Glendale police force with a city/county-wide police force, including officers from the St. Louis City police force.