Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: A letter to the Republican National Committee: I will gladly contribute to the party again, once I see the party start to act like the party they claim to be. When they acknowledge and adhere to our founding documents again, you can expect financial support. When the system of checks...
To the Editor: June 5 was a beautiful day for a picnic, and around 50 people with disabilities and their support people enjoyed the annual Arc/People First picnic in the park on North Blue Mound Avenue in Luverne. To make a beautiful day perfect, the Arc received a generous donation from the...
To the Editor: Hallelujah! I see our politicians in Washington are investigating the Russians. I know that over the last few years the Russians have been regarded as saints, but now we are going to definitively find out for sure if they are or are not. I wait breathlessly. I don’t know about you,...
To the Editor: I stayed in Luverne last Friday evening and went downtown Saturday morning. What a treat to view the patriotism in each of the business windows as I walked the entire Main Street from one end to the other. Every business is to be commended for the part they played in making Memorial...
To the Editor: I received this text from Jackie (Thinh) Ta last week. Luverne hosted this family of 10 children from Viet Nam. It certainly is appropriate for this Memorial Day time. “This is the highlight of the year for me! It is my best Mother’s Day weekend. It is awesome that I’ve been in the...
To the Editor: I have been retired from school custodial work for five years and was really impressed how nice the building looks. That is only possible by the great administration, custodial staff, teachers, student body, cooks and kids. Luverne can be very proud of their school. We have one of...
To the Editor: As the proud son of a brave World War II veteran who served the better part of three and a half years on troop carriers in the Pacific, stormed beaches the likes of Saipan, Okinawa, Eniwetok and Tarawa or waited in a fox hole to either kill or be killed, I have two thoughts to pass...
To the Editor: The governor of Minnesota signed a declaration stating May to be the official Poppy Month. Many flowers are in bloom, including the American Legion Auxiliary poppy flower. The American Legion Auxiliary units all over the state of Minnesota will be out with poppy posters with the red...
To the Editor: If you’d like to tell the full Congress to balance the budget, there is aBalanced Budget Amendment petition athttp://www.balanceourbudget.com/get-involved. It may be that balancing the budget would bring about a new recession; however, if the national debt meanswe’re headed for a...
Governor Dayton has proclaimed May as Poppy Month. This time is to remember and recognize the courageous efforts of our Veterans who have sacrificed much so we can enjoy freedom and liberty. The American Legion and Auxiliary have adopted the poppy as the commemorative symbol. We ask you to please...

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