Letter to the editor: Advice for Toborg

Posted 2/24/21

Advice for Toborg The story “Parker mayor tries to put focus on future” (Feb. 12) clearly makes Jeff Toborg a target for who he is as mayor. My advice for Jeff and people without a grudge in …

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Letter to the editor: Advice for Toborg

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Advice for Toborg

The story “Parker mayor tries to put focus on future” (Feb. 12) clearly makes Jeff Toborg a target for who he is as mayor. My advice for Jeff and people without a grudge in these types of circumstances is to recall the poem “If” by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) that begins “If you can keep your head when all about you [people] / Are losing theirs …” etc., etc.

Look it up and read the rest yourself, you won't be disappointed.

Smith Young

Parker

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