Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: I’ve noticed that there are still a lot of college students boycotting, shouting down, or inciting violence against so-called conservative speakers on their campuses. I know that they are on a much higher intellectual plane than I am, so I couldn’t debate with them on anything, but I...
To the Editor: We just wanted to commend the Luverne street cleaning and snow removal crew for their quick and efficient snow removal in Luverne. We needed some help removing snow by our curb and the street drain. They came the same day we called and did an awesome job. The residents of Luverne are...
To the Editor: There’s a lot of great news out of D.C. these days, but the best news yet is that the Republicans seem to have endorsed Obamacare since they actually haven’t repealed it yet. To understand how important this is, you have to know that I was born in the first half of the last century,...
To the Editor: Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) — just another ag story — what does it have to do with me, the person buying beef at the meat counter? The beef industry is continually making improvements toward transparency and accountability.  Today’s consumers are more interested than ever before on...
To the Editor: I’m writing about a scam letter and check from a scam Publishers Clearing House in order to alert others. I received a scam letter and sent it to the real Publishers Clearing House in New York. The rule of thumb, according to them, is, “You don’t pay money to win money.” The way it...
To the Editor: During the subzero nights and days, I stayed indoors and thought about Luverne, its people, government, businesses and education. Here are some of my thoughts as said by others: Fitness centers: Exercise? I thought you said extra fries. (Sign in a café) Coffee shops: A coffee a day...
To the Editor: With the new year in progress, we’ve had a chance to reflect on the challenges and blessings of 2017. As our community knows, the challenges are many at Southwestern Youth Services, but the blessings continue to come to us far in abundance of our expectations.  Christmas 2017...
Mr. Peterson in his last column so eloquently wrote what I have been thinking for years. Luverne is progressive in its thinking and actions. Stepping back to look at this city and also county, we can clearly see its progress. Projects include an ice arena built with approximately $1.5 million...
Dear Santa, I wanted to take the moment and mention a group of people that I have found to definitely be on the NICE list. I have begun working at Southwestern Youth Service (SYS) in Magnolia. Though I have not been here long, the employees and clients have made me feel as if I have always belonged...
To the Editor: The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign in Rock County had a surprisingly successful campaign this year at Teal’s, Teal’s Gas, and Shopko. A total of $7,800 was collected, the second highest in Rock County’s history. I want to thank all the citizens of Rock County for making this possible...

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