Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Greetings to you all. I hope you all are taking care of yourselves, both physically and mentally. At this time our communities are gearing up for an unprecedented pandemic that will affect everyone. Something I would like to highlight at this time is our mental state during the...
An imaginary message from God: While you’re in time-out, reconnect with your family; come to me in prayer   To the Editor: Thinking about the worldwide pandemic, I was reflecting back on times when God had had enough of the sins of the world and took drastic action to effect a major correction in...
To the Editor: Attend Township Day on March 10 — you have a direct voice and vote! Nearly one million township residents in Minnesota will have the opportunity to participate in their local government by attending their township’s upcoming Annual Meeting. On Township Day, held this year on Tuesday...
To the Editor Beginning in 1790, and every year ending in zero since, the United States Census Bureau has undertaken the decennial census. This year, the 2020 Census is going to be a little different. Although very few homes will receive paper questionnaires when the self-response phase begins next...
To the Editor: Thank you for the care package with letters from my hometown! It is amazing to see the support that Luverne has to give to all the soldiers that are currently deployed. The small gesture is a friendly reminder of all the good people in this world who take the time out of their busy...
To the Editor: It was with great dismay that I read Scott Rall's column, “When Choosing a Lab Puppy, Research Hip Genetics First.” This column not only suggests that hunting dogs cannot be pets, but that they are also a waste of time should they fail to perform. As an owner of both an occasional-...
To the Editor, Because of our wonderful Rock County community, the American Red Cross blood drive was a huge success on Jan. 20.  So many folks braved the cold and came to Grace Lutheran Church to help change people’s lives, and as a result 162 was the potential number of lives saved across the...
To the editor Each year when I sit down to write a thank you letter from Southwestern Youth Services to our community, I have to think for several days about just how I want to convey what is in our hearts.  Inevitably, the words “once again” come to my mind and, inevitably, I say to myself that I...
To the Editor: (How good are you at Christmas trivia? Bill Preuss, Luverne, submitted these questions.)   Christmas Trivia 1. Mary and Joseph left what city to go to Bethlehem? Jerusalem Nazareth Tel Aviv Kanaranzi   2. What were the names of the three wise men? Shadrach, Meschach, Abednego Gaspar...
To the Editor: I want to thank the woman who graciously paid for my sister and me to enter the craft fair at the Luverne School on Dec. 7. We were travelling to Minneapolis and decided to stop, knowing that one of our favorite vendors was going to be there and that we could pick up a few gifts for...

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