Letters to the editor from this week's Chronicle:

Dear Editor,
I am working with two other authors on a book of history of Idaho ski areas.
We are including historical or “lost” areas as well as current ones. We are almost finished with the book and are now looking for additional photos.
If some of your readers have any photos they would let us use in the book, please call me at 208-549-1820. We especially need more photos of Cottonwood in its early days and of its lodge, of Snowhaven, and of the ski hill on Moscow Mountain called Ski Acres, which was there before Moscow Mountain/Tamarack.
Photos of any other lost areas would be appreciated also. Thanks very much!
Margaret Fuller
P.O. Box 148
Weiser, ID 83672

Dear Editor:
After the election we have needed time to grieve for our beloved America.  We are deeply saddened that this election portends the horrendous potential loss of life of millions of unborn children.  And we are grieving the loss of the ability to gain legal protection for the unborn and the elderly for yet another four years.  One commentator put it well when he said he was grieving because “millions of Americans looked evil in the eye and adopted it.  Abortion, same-sex marriage, and immorality carried the day…The America we love is sick and in need of renewal and healing. Under these circumstances…it is okay to grieve.” 
But we all know that after this time of mourning, we must press forward.  We are called by Our Lord to be faithful whether we succeed or whether we fail.   And that is our sincere commitment.
We are comforted by the fact that Idaho was one of the states whose solid majority voted for a strong pro-life America. We are comforted that most prolife incumbents, who sponsored, voted for and debated for strong prolife laws here in Idaho, won their elections.  These include prolife champions, Sen. Steve Vick, Sen. Sheryl Nuxoll, Sen. Chuck Winder, Rep. Brent Crane,& Rep. Paul Shepherd.  We take comfort that the culture of life was successful in Massachusetts in defeating the assisted suicide measure that was on the ballot there.  And we take comfort in the fact that we are joined by thousands of you in Idaho and across America who will continue to join us to fight for the sanctity of human life.  
In the days, months, and years ahead we will continue to stand up for the lives of the unborn and for the protection of the elderly.  We will continue to speak up for those of our beloved human family who cannot speak for themselves. Please stand with us. 
We encourage you to join us for the Marches for Life across Idaho and America in January commemorating the 40th year of legalized abortion on demand in America. 
May God Bless Idaho and the United States of America!
Kerry Uhlenkott
Right to Life of Idaho

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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