Founded in 1920, the award-winning Jewish Press is the Omaha Jewish community’s definitive source for local, national and international Jewish news. The Jewish Press is an agency of the Jewish Federation of Omaha and publishes weekly every Friday.
Editorials express the view of the writer and are not necessarily representative of the views of the Jewish Press Committee, the Jewish Federation of Omaha or the Omaha Jewish community as a whole. The Jewish Press reserves the right to edit signed letters and articles for space and content. The Jewish Press is not responsible for the Kashrut of any product or establishment.
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Letters to the Editor Guidelines:
The Jewish Press welcomes Letters to the Editor.
They may be sent via regular mail to:
The Jewish Press,
333 So. 132 St.,
Omaha, NE 68154;
via e-mail to the Editor:.
Letters should be no longer than 250 words and must be single-spaced typed, not hand-written. Published letters should be confined to opinions and comments on articles or events. News items should not be submitted and printed as a “Letter to the Editor.”
The Editor may edit letters for content and space restrictions, but should be printed as soon as possible to ensure timeliness. Letters may be published without giving an opposing view. Information shall be verified before printing. All letters must be signed by the writer and the Jewish Press will not publish anonymously.
No letters should be published from candidates running for office, but others may write on their behalf unless they are employed by the candidate.
Letters of thanks should be confined to commending an institution for a program, project or event, rather than personally thanking paid staff, unless the writer chooses to turn the “Letter to the Editor” into a paid personal ad or a news article about the event, project or program which the professional staff supervised.