CLARKSON — Thanks to the Daily News for printing the article about the Huwaldts’ love for dogs.

It seems to me that anyone who dumps unwanted animals out in the country needs to reflect about the idea that if they were that animal, how would they feel if someone did that to them?

To be sure, people who do this need to put in a lot of effort in learning about love, caring empathy and how to obtain a warm heart.

Dogs have an unconditional love for their owners. It shows when they put their ears back, like the photo in the Daily News. This is a dog’s smile.

Then their eyes look into your soul and, lastly, they start to vigorously wag their tail. They can’t help it because their tale is connected to their heart.


In other news

STANTON — The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for care, support and research. I am inviting participants of all ages to join in my fight against the disease at the Northeast Nebraska Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 6, …

NORFOLK — I am so tired of hearing the crying about the potato plant and tomato plant in O’Neill. The managers of these plants awarded elite awards so they didn’t have to deal with the illegals. They were circumventing the law. Illegal is illegal.

PIERCE — Growing up on the farm, our family lived one mile north and ¾ mile east of Wee Town. I enjoyed the write up and pictures in the Norfolk Daily News, and have so many fond memories.

After years of debate over the Keystone XL pipeline, both in courtrooms and the public forum, Nebraska’s highest court has given a green light to the route approved by the Public Service Commission.