Letters to the Editor

Wipf: Business owner grateful for public process on THC regulation To the Editor: I’m writing to express my gratitude for the positive interactions we experienced with city and county officials during the process of making legal cannabis available to community members. •I felt very supported by...
Frakes; "Reparations are in order" Letter to the Editor: I’ve been hearing the word “repatriations” a lot lately. I think it’s a good idea. We can give all the descendants of slaves a free ticket back to their home continent so they could live the life they’ve always dreamed of. Hold it! Hold it!...
Ahrendts applaud Winterfest, choir concert   Letter to the Editor: A job well done to everyone who worked so hard to make the Winterfest weekend a success. The highlight for us was the Cardinal Choir at the high school choir Christmas concert. Hats off to Seana Graber for combining the children...
Input sought by Dec. 5 for ‘Rural News Trust in Minnesota’ research   To the Editor: I’m a senior journalism student at the University of Minnesota working on my honors thesis, “Rural News Trust in Minnesota.” To do this research, I’m looking for rural Minnesota residents who read, watch or listen...
Niessink: Psalm 139 is still relevant for today's world To the Editor: God inspired David to write these words in Psalm 139:13-16: “You created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that...
Fick wants comments on controlling weather To the Editor: So NASA now has sent machinery into outer space, targeting toward an asteroid, in fact striking it, attempting to send it into a different orbit. Controlled from earth? Why then can’t they send a rocket into the eye of a developing hurricane...
Lanphere is eager to see more renewable development To the Editor: Promoting and developing business opportunities in our community is a vital part of the mission of the Luverne Area Chamber and CVB. Strengthening the business climate in Luverne and Rock County will enhance and build our community’...
Precent future heartache; join Sept. 10 'Out of the Darkness' walk in Luverne Sept. 4 through 10 is National Suicide Prevention Week, and Luverne’s Luv1LuvAll will host its second annual 'Out of the Darkness' Suicide Prevention walk from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Luverne City Park....
Ehlers: '...liked the glass blowing' To the Editor: I really liked the glass blowing. I hope they come back next year to the Rock County Fair. Anna Ehlers, Luverne   Kraayenhof: 'I am running for Hills City Council'  Letter to the Editor:I see in the latest Star Herald that the only peoplerunning...
Despite budget surplus, Greater Minnesota seniors left behind in legislative session   To the Editor: During the 2022 session, senior care was on the forefront at the Capitol.Debates were taking place and proposals drafted. The Minnesota Senateapproved substantial funding to increase base wages for...

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