Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:Disappointment: a word to describe the action taken by the county commissioners.On Sept. 4 the board voted to reverse the decision by the zoning committee. This committee actually listened and heard from some of the concerned citizens that will be affected by this tower and many more...
To the Editor: September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Red Cross is reminding donors of the importance of blood donations in cancer treatments. The Red Cross urges donors of all blood types to give blood in support of kids fighting cancer, patients with sickle cell disease...
To the Editor: The support we received from the community at our Senior Citizens “Fun” Raiser last Tuesday evening was absolutely amazing and so very much appreciated! When asked to consider becoming the president of this organization, I was hesitant because I didn’t know if we could revive the...
To the Editor: This fall many Minnesotans on Medicare will be affected by changes in their Medicare. This is due to the sunsetting or ending of many Medicare Cost Plans throughout the country and in many of Minnesota’s counties. This is especially a big issue in our state, as Cost Plans have been a...
To the Editor: Mayors in Greater Minnesota face some unique challenges: a shrinking tax base, population drain, and an aging population, among others. Ever since Tim Walz got to Congress, he has been working for Greater Minnesota, to help towns like ours grow. He’s worked to promote renewable...
To the Editor: There are a few general thoughts I wanted to share as the circus — ahem, election — season is really getting underway. First, regardless of your affiliation — and regardless of what the national news media and political parties that thrive off of our division would have you believe...
To the Editor: I’ve been hearing a lot of extremely negative things lately. Shouts really. About decisions being made in Luverne. Here is my answer. Be involved, run for boards that make those decisions, volunteer, help with ideas and help make them work. Be informed. Too busy? SO IS EVERYONE! We...
To the Editor: Recently my wife, Linda, and I had the privilege of visiting the VFW National Home for Children located in rural Michigan near Eaton Rapids. We pray for the National Home at every VFW meeting so I wanted to see what we were praying for. What I witnessed was much more than I expected...
To the Editor: The progressives would like to open our borders to everyone who would like to come on board. Some would even get rid of immigration agents themselves. Part of the reason they say we need to do this is the fact that we need more workers. I find this more than curious. This is the same...
To the Editor, Regarding the tourism debate and “Nut Cracker Saga” in Luverne, it is nearly 100 percent, unified agreement that the town does not want Luverne’s focus to be on the nutcracker. It is not the heritage to represent Luverne. The first rule of marketing is to know your target group and...

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