I am writing in response to Cris Rileys letter about Target (Herald, Sept. 14). I enjoy shopping at Target. At Costco, you must pay a yearly fee to join. Costco is for bulk shopping. What about a working couple with no children? How often do we find Walmart shelves half empty or full. In Farmington, Target carries products that Walmart doesnt stock. In fact, I would like to see Target at the mall, with Mercury Payment Systems across the street at Bodo business Park. But Three Springs is OK. In fact, in a matter of time, Three Springs will become its own town.
I also want to respond to Joe Greens letter about Idaho stops (Herald, Sept. 14). Why is it that all must pay homage when it comes to cycling? Sure, cycling is one form of exercise and an alternate means of transportation. But a moving vehicle or device is just that. What are pedestrians supposed to do when a cyclist comes flying around a turn or corner? What about the tourists here who are glancing all around, not paying attention while walking? Cyclists should obey all traffic laws and courtesies, whether on our streets or trails.